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Scour // Black // EP Review

The supergroup like no other, involving Adam Jarvis of Pig Destroyer, Mark Kloeppel from Misery Index, Derek Engemann from Phillip H. Anselmo & The Illegals, John Jarvis from Agoraphobic Nosebleed and Phill...
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VERITYWHITE – Ungrounded – EP Review

An EP full of hope, providing an emotionally charged antidote to the inescapable plight of real life. ‘A Little Bit of Trouble’ begins with plinks of electric guitar which thrum through your ears grabbing your...
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My Dying Bride // Macabre Cabaret // EP Review

Quickly following on from the album The Ghost Of Orion that was released six months ago, My Dying Bride has decided to release a new EP, with three new songs of their finest Death Doom darkness as the band from...
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Amy Montgomery // Intangible // EP Review

The previous two years have seen the career of Northern Irish singer, songwriter Amy Montgomery really start to take off. From playing small gigs at the legendary Duke Of York pub in Belfast to one of her conce...
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Alter Bridge // Walk The Sky 2.0 // EP Review

Alter Bridge are back in 2020 with an extension to their 2019 full-length release Walk The Sky, what we get is a seven-track beauty in v.2.0 with a new original track ‘Last Rite’ written during the Covid-19 pan...
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Keep Up // Win Some, Lose None // EP Review

Check Out The Video Premiere Here:  Badass Punk-Rock trio Keep Up drop their latest offering Win Some, Lose None EP this coming Friday, October 30th, and are exclusively dropping their video for ‘Cigarette...
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Carcass // Despicable // EP Review

Formed way back in 1986 in Liverpool, the English extreme metallers have undergone some significant rebuilding through that time and also had a significant break up in 1996 until 2007, but throughout their year...
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Hands Like Houses // Self Titled // EP Review

One of Australia's finest exports Hands Like Houses just dropped a pretty special Self-titled EP today in the form of a five-track banger! Vastly experienced Hands Like Houses know how to make an impact with a ...
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Purulence // Morphogen // EP Review

Formed in 2011 next to a computer and a microphone located in a kitchen, Purulence began as a joke. Over the next 3 years, several demos (both released and unreleased) were hashed out, all with short songs comb...

State Champs // Unplugged // EP Review

State Champs are consistently seen as the future of Pop-Punk thanks to the quality of their songwriting across the three EPs and three albums that have been released across their career. Now we have their 4th E...