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June 12, 2020

For a band who have built a reputation predominantly on the back of their live shows, it is curious that Black Orchid Empire seem to be going full steam ahead with a powerful new release in the middle of a global pandemic. However, from the opening of debut track 'Singularity', Semaphore is an album that certainly captures both the ears and imaginations. From the strong musicality of the band members, to lyrics verging between abstract and dystop...

April 28, 2020

With another tongue-in-cheek pun title reminiscent of his debut release, 2018’s Abrandon Ship, the scene is set for the second release from one of the UK’s most original DIY singer-songwriters, Leicester’s own Brandon Neal. 

'ThreeFall' provides an understated yet catchy opening; one that will probably be familiar to those who’ve caught one of Neal’s live shows in 2019, having been previously released on social media early last year. The eerie bac...

April 22, 2020

For years now, the Boston psych-prog dreamers Elder have been a consistent and ever strangely calming presence. Through their myriad of releases, which spans EPs, spilts and a number of long plays, the group have proven their aptitude for elegantly intertwining prog heft with lush psych - an aural compound that soothes and allures.

The opening to Omens, the group's fifth full length, once again sets an ambient scene with intric...

April 20, 2020

A new release from Moscow Death Brigade comes as somewhat of a surprise in mid-April 2020, after the Moscow-based circle-pit hip-hop troupe’s relative social media and marketing silence since the single release of “Throw Ya Canz” midway through last year. However, after the success of their debut full-length, Boltcutter in 2018, this is the moment for them to prove they can keep the attention of their international fanbase from the worlds of meta...

March 12, 2020

A "moral panic-inducing heaviness" is how Liverpool's Video Nasties describe their debut album Dominion, and that's exactly how it begins. With a spoken introduction straight out of HG Wells' "War of the Worlds"  or "Evil Dead" that launches into a satisfyingly heavy composition paired with a darkly melodic ambience, the Merseyside quintet seem to hold little back on an introduction that it's already possible to envisage dominating the festival c...

October 17, 2019

Fans of hardcore should know what to expect from the Australian boys of Deez Nuts by now, and just from the title of the album alone, the band promise to stick true to the fast and heavy-hitting party music about drink, drugs, and generally having a fun time. You Got Me Fucked Up opens with an attempt to be anthemic with 'Singalong', it’s a solid track, pacing through the typical hardcore tropes in chugging verses before anthemic gang-vocal choru...

August 18, 2019

In a style as one would expect from a blues rock band, Kent-based Big River’s album debut begins with a harmonica solo. It’s clearly taken from a live recording, and it’s a little odd that no one cut the audience whoop at the end of the track. Thankfully, the album really begins to get into the swing of itself with the sophomore track, “Blues Blood Baby”. It instantly has all the makings of a solid blues rock classic: strong riffing, a catchy har...

June 8, 2019

From the offset, Upon a Burning Body’s latest release, Southern Hostility packs a punch. The eponymous introductory track builds their heavy sound up in a nicely chaotic fashion before a breakdown that somehow manages to sound fresh even a decade after the peak of metalcore.

The band jump unrelentingly into the second track, 'King of Diamond', before a slightly slower buildup to 'All Pride No Pain': two tracks that are set to become staples of the...

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