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Kryptos – Afterburner – Album Review

Having been at the forefront of Indian Metal since 1998, Kryptos has been melting faces with their brand of Old School Death Metal which uses Thrash influences heavily at times to bring their music to the world...
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Teramaze – Are We Soldiers – Album Review

Prog anyone? Teramaze return with their latest offering Are We Soldiers and it is a meaty one, gnarly, riff-laden, and intricate whilst maintaining a beautifully melodic balance. Right from the off you can tel...
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Bokassa – Crimson Riders – Album Review

Norwegian (Not Danish) trio Bokassa are back with their latest album Crimson Riders that lands Friday 21st June. Currently on tour with Metallica and Ghost no less travelling through Europe winning over a host ...
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The LaFontaines – Junior – Album Review

The LaFontaines are back! The ballsy Scots return with an absolute beauty of an album in the form of Junior, a catchy, hard edged compelling recording that just grips you from the off and doesn’t let go. If you...
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Sumo Cyco // Live Review // The Cobblestones

From the outside it seemed to be a nice relaxing Sunday night, people heading home for an early night before the start of the week but, inside the Cobblestones, it was a very different story. The party was we...
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Hollis Brown – Ozone Park – Album Review

When you think of Mascot Label Group you think immediately of the likes of Joe Bonamassa, Robin Trower, Kenny Wayne Shepherd and the likes. Blues infused genius and six-string wizardry in abundance. Lately, tho...
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Skypilot – The Affront – Album Review

Skypilot drops their latest offering The Affront, a return to the savagery that gave the Belfast trio their trademark sound. Riffage in abundance and an unapologetic approach to songwriting, their approach is s...