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September 4, 2020

They say love is dead, but according to '68 love is ain't dead. From the land of the brave and free (Atlanta, Georgia), the musical duo delivers a small appetizer in the form of a semi-surprise EP. Following up on the 2017 record Two Parts Viper, former The Chariot frontman Josh Scogin this time employs the young Nikko Yamada as the band's new drummer. Their bluesy punk rock drew the attention of Alice In Chains and Foo Fighters produce...

July 10, 2020

There must be something in Baltimore's waters, because hardcore band Sharptooth are back, bigger and badder than ever before. The quintet introduced themselves in 2017 with their fierce debut album Clever Girl, a piece of work that may or may not have been titled in honour of a certain reptile. A solid piece of work, but riddled with a few beginner's flaws. However, for their newest work -Transitional Forms - they spared no expense. Hold ont...

June 12, 2020

The music scene in 2020 fell flat on its arse on a global scale after everyone was forced to stay inside in order to just stay alive. Tours and festivals got cancelled and many album releases got postponed. In the metalcore scene, however, not so much. Connecticut quintet Currents can't be stopped so easily. After releasing a solid album and EP in 2017 and 2018 respectively, the well still hasn't dried up. Joining them on this current adventure i...

March 27, 2020

The alternative music scene in Germany is on a whole different level than the rest of Europe. Rock and metal may be genres for a select few for the majority of the planet, but in Germany, the scene's still alive, breathing and a permeant fixture within the mainstream. So what if we take a look at one of Germany's own export products, Tenside?

That name might not ring a bell immediately, but the band from München has been around for quite a while....

February 3, 2020

They emerged from the dark. They shook up the music scene as we knew it. They spread musical waves over unseen territory. Just a mere couple of years ago, Loathe invaded the scene with their debut EP Prepare Consume Proceed. Their unorthodox sounds and imagery made every listener's head turn, whether it was through praise or disgust. About five years later and the band is still spreading their roots even further and further, with many hailin...

January 21, 2020

We can all agree that punk is a political genre. But what made it this way? It's bands like The Clash and Sex Pistols that sent off the first big shots, and many bands have followed. One of those bands is Anti-Flag, the American quartet that's existed longer than some of your favourite musicians have been alive. With songs like "Die For Your Government", they made it very clear where they stand early on in their career. From the 20th century we m...

November 15, 2019

When you think about Swedish bands that have left an undeniable mark on music, despite their incredibly respectable tenure it's not likely your first thought will go to Raised Fist. The Swedish punk band have been doing the rounds for over 25 years and are now presenting their 7th studio album, Anthems. Outside of Sweden they may never have managed to reach skyscraper, but in the walls of their homeland you find a band of unstoppable fo...

October 11, 2019

Remember 2014? Those were much simpler times. It was the year when three teenage girls from Japan took the rest of the world by storm, after their music video for 'GIMME CHOCOLATE!!' went viral. Can you imagine a bunch of 14 to 16-year-olds singing cute melodies over a mishmash of extreme metal in front of tens of thousands moshing fans? Yeah, that sounds like a recipe for a cultural clash. Fast forward to 2019, and if you expected Baby...

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