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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...

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SeeYouSpaceCowboy on new music and more

SeeYouSpaceCowboy on new music and more

FEATUREAn interview with SeeYouSpaceCowboyFeatureTheir brand-new split with If I Die First has officially dropped today and to celebrate what is an extraordinary EP, we caught up with sasscore masters, SeeYouSpaceCowboy's Connie Sgarbossa to chat about A Sure...

EP Review: Sad Son – Sad Son

EP Review: Sad Son – Sad Son

For music lovers, the pandemic brought a lot of heartbreak over cancelled gigs, suffering music venues and bands losing the momentum they’d built over years of hard work. Album releases were pushed back, bands took to live streaming and although they were compromises...

Album Review: Devil Sold His Soul – Loss

Album Review: Devil Sold His Soul – Loss

UK outfit Devil Sold His Soul are back with their fourth studio album, Loss, which comes nine years after the release of the acclaimed Empire of Light. It’s fair to say, a new album has been long overdue, and Loss does not disappoint. In...

Album Review: Pay The man – Regulars

Album Review: Pay The man – Regulars

When Cory Wells released his 2019 debut, The Way We Are, it combined acoustic rock with post-hardcore to create a really arresting album filled with aching confessions. With Regulars, Pay The Man captures some of that same energy on this debut.  Thematically,...

Album Review: Dreamshade – A Pale Blue Dot

Album Review: Dreamshade – A Pale Blue Dot

Dreamshade is back and with their fourth studio album, A Pale Blue Dot, they pack both emotion and heavy energy in equal measure. Don’t be surprised when at times you’ll want to sing from the rooftops - best achieved with ‘Somewhere Else’ or ‘Lightbringers’ - or throw...

Album Review: The Hyena Kill – A Disconnect

Album Review: The Hyena Kill – A Disconnect

The Hyena Kill offer a raw exploration of personal struggles and trauma, with their second full length album - their first as a quartet - A Disconnect. There is no doubt that The Hyena Kill want you to feel the pain and torment in their latest release from the very...

EP Review: A Better Hand – Cheap Smokes and Champagne

EP Review: A Better Hand – Cheap Smokes and Champagne

With all the doom and gloom across the globe, we need a high energy band to sing and jump around to whilst pretending we sound anywhere near as good as the professionals. A Better Hand are that band, and Cheap Smokes and Champagne is the new five-track EP that puts...

Album Review: Architects – For Those That Wish To Exist

Album Review: Architects – For Those That Wish To Exist

Architects’ ninth studio album, For Those That Wish To Exist, is both lyrically influential and vociferous, as the quintet delivers a more subdued, yet nevertheless big metal sound. The balance Architects have struck between their refined...

Album Review: Slowly Slowly – Race Car Blues Chapter 2

Album Review: Slowly Slowly – Race Car Blues Chapter 2

Nearly a year to the date since their acclaimed third album, Race Car Blues, Slowly Slowly are back with Chapter 2. Written in the same sitting, this collection of songs were originally destined for b-sides until they took on a life of their own and lucky for us,...

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