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September 16, 2020

Three years since the release of their breakthrough debut album Feel Something, Movements have got a lot to live up to on their new record No Good Left To Give. Claiming to have significantly grown since their inception in 2015, the Californian four-piece are exploring fresh territory, but are keeping their emotion-fuelled trademark sound in check.

Musically, they’ve added hints of traditional indie and alt rock into their emo-shoegaze mix. Raunch...

August 21, 2020

Prog rock is a fickle genre, with a fine line present between innovatively driving and tediously dull. Unfortunately for Australian collective Glass Ocean, their debut album The Remnants of Losing Yourself in Someone Else falls into the latter.

The 11-track release is full of confliction. How can an album feel so busy yet unfulfilling? The trouble lies with the instrumentation’s failure to intertwine. In all but one track, it translates as the gui...

July 15, 2020

In recent years, Liverpool has proven to be a hotbed of alternative talent. The hometown of the likes of WSTR and Loathe, post-hardcore collective Decay are yet another Scouse name we’ve been watching closely. Last week brought the release of their debut album, Staring At The Sun, which sees them develop at a remarkable rate.

The foundations of the 10-track release are built on feelings of grief, heartbreak and depression, which contrast with the...

June 4, 2020

Having toured with the likes of Boston Manor, WSTR and even Funeral For A Friend, South London’s Wallflower have become somewhat of a hidden gem in the UK emo/post-hardcore scene. Their first two EPs, Summer Daze (2014) and When It Fell Apart (2017) were undoubtable hits, and there was no questioning if their debut album could continue this momentum.

Teach Yourself To Swim’s four lead singles certainly made it unclear what to expect. Politically-d...

May 15, 2020

Asking Alexandria have been held under the microscope more than any other metal band in the last four years. Their last two albums, The Black (2016) and their self-titled (2017), were both incredibly significant in the band regaining a fanbase due to frontman changes. Original vocalist Danny Worsnop departed in 2015 to be replaced by Denis Stoff, and returned again in late 2016. The Black needed fans to embrace Stoff, and the self-...

April 7, 2020

Metalcore veterans August Burns Red return with their ninth album Guardians; an 11-track indication that less is more.

Prior to release, the Pennsylvanian five-piece spoke about how this album was more of a collaborative effort between all members, which has quite rightly allowed all instruments to thrive. In particular, Matt Greiner’s drum patterns are fiercer and more prominent, while JB Brubaker’s riffs are clean yet still aggressive. So many e...

March 25, 2020

Canadian veterans Silverstein are celebrating their 20th anniversary with their tenth album A Beautiful Place To Drown, but does it highlight their experience or just their age?

When you’ve been writing music for over 20 years, members of this prolific group must have been struggling for ideas. However, they’ve kept the concept of A Beautiful Place To Drown fresh with some of the most innovative collaborations we’ve ever seen. While most band...

February 20, 2020

Just over two years since the release of their breakthrough debut album The Mortal Coil, rising Aussie metalcore stars Polaris are back with an album that shows progress and promise.

Within the ten-track release, Polaris explore multiple areas of metal, from classic chuggy hardcore to melodic, production-filled metalcore and a healthy pinch of nu-metal. All of these subgenres are undertaken with expertise and minimal downfalls, conveying this is a...

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