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Album Review: Karma Kids – vibes

Album Review: Karma Kids – vibes

Karma Kids take us on a tumultuous journey with their latest album, vibes. Although they navigate through stages of angst and loss, you’ll also find a sprinkle of optimism and a few moments of light, which, if we’re honest, is a concept that fits in well with the past...

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Karma Kids’ track-by-track guide to vibes

Karma Kids’ track-by-track guide to vibes

FeatureFEATUREKarma Kids' track-by-track guide to vibesfacebooktwitterinstagramTagsWith their brand-new album officially out this Friday, we caught up with Karma Kids to take us behind the lyrics of each song of the record. Welcome to the vibes...

Album review: AFI – Bodies

Album review: AFI – Bodies

When AFI formed in 1991 without any careerist ambitions and the need to create, they may have anticipated an underground following, but never could they have foreseen appealing to the masses as icons... legends... visionaries. All deserved labels, considering their...

Album Review: Rise Against – Nowhere Generation

Album Review: Rise Against – Nowhere Generation

Back with their trademark brand of punchy political punk, Rise Against have once again taken the gloves off as they tackle a whole host of problems on new album, Nowhere Generation.  Sonically, it isn’t too different from the rest of their discography, they continue...

EP Review: Fangs Out – Pretty Bleak

EP Review: Fangs Out – Pretty Bleak

Here's the thing about post-hardcore, metalcore, hardcore, and heavy music in general, it can become stale. Although we've seen plenty of great, heavy releases this year, we've also come across our fair share of copy-and-paste bands who all seem to record songs with...

EP Review: Prey Drive – Neon God

EP Review: Prey Drive – Neon God

Norwich alt-outfit, Prey Drive, return with a colourful new EP, Neon God. Like their 2018 full-length, Once More With Feeling, they’re unafraid of experimentation as they weave a variety of influences throughout.  There are post-punk vocals (think Echo and the...

Album Review: Adventurer – Pacifica

Album Review: Adventurer – Pacifica

If you like your post-hardcore with a side of mathcore riffs, then you’re in luck because Adventurer are back with their third, anticipated full-length, Pacifica. This one follows on from 2017’s Sacred Grove, which saw them head in a slightly less heavy direction...

EP Reviews: The Devil Wears Prada – ZII

EP Reviews: The Devil Wears Prada – ZII

It’s been twelve years since The Devil Wears Prada released their fan-favourite EP, Zombie, which captured a lot of metalcore hearts with its unyielding ferocity and by tapping into everyone’s favourite undead. The sequel to that EP, aptly called ZII, was announced...

Album Review: Fiddlehead – Between The Richness

Album Review: Fiddlehead – Between The Richness

Boston alternative rock outfit, Fiddlehead are back with their sophomore record, Between the Richness and it sees them return to the 80s emo and punk sound with anthemic, indie-style choruses which established them as a respected band within the alternative rock...

EP Review: Softspoken – Where The Heart Belongs

EP Review: Softspoken – Where The Heart Belongs

Whether it’s a universal thing or something prescribed solely to Team Alt Club, we can’t say, but when songs are sassy enough to get you out of your chair for a little shimmy around the office, then you know it’s getting a big thumbs up. And yeah, you wouldn’t...

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