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White Stones // Kuarahy // Album Review

The album title pronounced Kwa-Ra-Hee, is derived from the Uruguayan for the word Sun and having moved from Uruguay to Stockholm aged 17, this is one of many links to the homeland of Martin Mendez, the man behi...
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Pestifer // Expanding Oblivion // Album Review

2006 saw Pestifer release their debut EP and 2010 saw the first full-length album by way of Age of Disgrace. This was followed by way of Reaching The Void in 2014 and then a decision to take as long as necessar...
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Body Count // Carnivore // Album Review

Since the formation of Body Count in 1992, the cross over band have been smashing boundaries over the course of the previous 6 albums and now with the follow up to the 2017 release Bloodlust, the latest offerin...
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Tomorrow Is Lost // Therapy // Album Review

Raid mummy’s purse for those crinkly bits because you're gonna need em for this belter of and LP from Northern Metallers Tomorrow is Lost….simples. Hailing from in and around Newcastle-Upon-Tyne these young up...
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H.E.A.T. // H.E.A.T.II // Album Review

Swedish hard-rockers H.E.A.T. are back with their 6th album to date since the band’s creation in 2007.  Titled ‘H.E.A.T. II’, the album is in fact the first to be entirely produced by the band, namely guitarist...
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The Fallen Mafia // Awaken // Album Review

Fallen Mafia​ are an up and coming band who has been making quite the noise and getting noticed. Having toured with the likes of ​Michael Monroe​ and ​Crash Diet​ and even opening the stage for the inau...
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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 ...