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Those Damn Crows // Point Of No Return // Album Review

The hotly anticipated second album from Those Damn Crows drops on the 7th of Feb and it is an absolute banger, thirteen quality tracks that encapsulate all that is good about rock n roll. The touchpaper is lit ...

Crimson Star Talk Influences With Rock ‘N’ Load

Pulling from a range of influences ranging from Queens Of The Stoneage, Foo Fighters, and Black Sabbath, through to Muse, CRIMSON STAR have amassed a sound that is loaded with robust riffery, driving energy and...
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Motörhead // 1979 // Album Review

1979 is the start of a new program thought up by BMG and Motörhead, designed to cover from the ’70s to most recent times, and include the 40th-anniversary editions of the albums Overkill and Bomber along with u...
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The New Roses – Nothing But Wild – Album Review

Hold onto your hats people, The New Roses are back and with an absolute banger of an album in Nothing But Wild. A rollercoaster of a ride that will tear you from limb to limb in a glorious Rock infused frenzy a...
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Collateral – 4 Shots – EP Review

Collateral dropped their short but sweet Four Track EP 4 Shots just last week, but are already making waves for themselves across the UK. Not surprisingly as you delve into this well written and beautifully exe...
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Massive Wagons – ‘Full Nelson’ – Album Review

Massive Wagons are back with their third studio album and their debut under new label Earache Records with what must be their finest work to date. A band that built a solid reputation up and down the country as...