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September 21, 2020

Back in January – when we were all oh-so blissfully ignorant to the horrors 2020 would play host to – the world of contemporary music was busy ruminating on the albums that were set to be released over the course of the year. Whist such a list was jammed with a plethora of major artists, one such release topped the list in bold italics; the ninth studio album from Deftones.

Following on from nine months of feverish anticipation and speculatio...

September 19, 2020

The problem with Thrash Metal is that it's hard to play, and even harder to break through to the genuinely amazing bands that make it such an imitable genre. It's also a genre that has standard the test of time for at least 40 years. As such, it has been tried, tested, told and retold and with many bands aiming for very similar things. Válvera, from Brazil, are amongst a more modern variety, but have these same difficulties as many other Thrash M...

September 18, 2020

Crossover thrash is having something of a renaissance of late and has always held an appeal for its delighting in the carnage resulting from the collision of breakneck thrash and brutal hardcore. Where better, then, could a band emerge from than the abandoned industrial hellpits of Detroit? If Plague Years have anything to say about it - and they have plenty to say with debut Circle Of Darkness - nowhere does it better. 

Album opener ‘Play the Vic...

September 17, 2020

Promising “all the restrained energy (they) couldn’t bring to the stage” in the times of COVID, the new EP from German metalcore outfit Eskimo Callboy certainly gets off to an energetic start. Recent internet sensation 'Hypa Hypa' manages to provide a simultaneously heavy, catchy, and silly introduction to the band’s latest sound whilst also showing off what new vocalist Nico Sallach can do. The vocal delivery starts strong and doesn’t drop off t...

September 17, 2020

Just a short year and a half after their EP Afterglow showed a band with a knack for catchy, earworm melodies and serious promise Aussie pop punk upstarts Yours Truly are set to release their debut record, Self Care. Despite the short time between releases the band have come a startlingly long way in delivering on the promise of their EP.

Starting strong with ‘Siamese Souls’, Yours Truly certainly waste no time. A very brief acoustic lick moves in...

September 16, 2020

It seems an odd thing to say about a band as famously ferocious as ​Napalm Death​, but they possess a truly compassionate and proudly caring view of the world. Birthed in working-class, industrial Birmingham and honed in the mid-80’s crust punk scene, the band are a fiercely moral and humanist force of nature. Their music has long tackled exploitation, corruption and the myriad evil doings of mankind, all filtered through a prism of very fast and...

September 16, 2020

Despite being newcomers to the realm of blackgaze and all things related, Sheffield's Hidden Mothers have already forged a remarkable reputation for themselves. Following a succession of shows with the likes of Blanket, Planes Mistaken For Stars and Wren, the quintet have more than proved their worth as a unit capable of mirroring the ravaging intensity of their influences. Whilst the Northern live circuit has experienced this first hand, Hidden...

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...

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