Album Review

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Gloo – Stop & Stare – EP Review

Gloo have dropped their recent release Stop & Stare, an energetic and fun fill EP that resonates their passion for all things Pop-Punk-Rock. The self-titled opener is a melodic tour de-force that highlights...
8.5

The Cranberries – In The End – Album Review

The music world mourned the loss of Cranberries vocalist Dolores O’Riordan when she passed back in 2018, and there is no more fitting way to honor the life and legacy left by Dolores by releasing their 8th and ...
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Allegaeon – Apoptosis – Album Review

According to the dictionary, the album title chosen by Allegaeon is defined as “the death of cells which occurs as a normal and controlled part of an organism's growth or development”, which begs the question d...
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Seaway – Fresh Produce – EP Review

Seaway​ are back and treating us with a new album once more. With 3 brand new tracks, 3 alternative versions of previous tracks and 3 covers, there is a lot to be excited about. Not to mention the re re...
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Yours Truly – Afterglow – EP Review

Heading our way, from the other side of the world is another great female fronted Pop Punk band. ​Yours Truly​ have been working the Australian circuit for a few years now, but have just released a bran...
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After The Burial – Evergreen – Album Review

When Extreme Metal meets Progressive Metal and spices thing up a little with outrageous riffs, tasty breakdowns and some very impressive Technical Metal we experience After The Burial. The Twin Cities based fiv...
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Sworn Enemy – Gamechanger – Album Review

Hardcore fans to the front as New York crew Sworn Enemy bring us their latest uncompromising offering, using the skills of Machine Heads Robb Flynn to produce the album and Zack Ohren (Suffocation, Fallujah,War...
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Devin Townsend – Empath – Album Review

The enigma that is Devin Townsend brings us the latest in his mind bending musical productions, posing the question, what is Empath going to include, and where exactly will this journey take us. Those not so...