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January 20, 2017

London's As Lions are not ones to rest on their laurels. Despite releasing EP Aftermath towards the back end of last year, the quintet have already made their return; this time with a full LP release. With all this taking place within a mere 18 months – As Lions are a band that evidently, are looking to strike while the iron is hot.

Selfish Age sees the quintet apply the thick rock and roll tones found on Aftermath to a broader, more ambitious...

January 19, 2017

 In the midst of a war torn world we currently live in, Betraying the Martyrs are in their case, literally shouting above the hate and anger we all seem to plague our world with. The album name in itself, The Resilient, is showing a stance against the issues we are currently faced with in today’s society, with tracks that deal with tragedy such as the Paris terrorist attacks, and a powerful portrayal of heartbreak.

Two previously released tracks,...

January 18, 2017

With many new and exciting things approaching in the new year of 2017, the release of WSTR's debut 'Red, Green or Inbetween' on the 20th of January is definitely one of them - which luckily for us we snagged ourselves an early listen of. The last two years have seen the Scouse pop punkers move from strength to strength as they found their sound, improving with every release of new material, all leading up to their longly awaited full length soo...

January 17, 2017

A look back the harsh deep and violent cries of Death; a brutal raw smears itself with blood – it’s Death Metal. Memoriam are an exciting new band to burn a raging fire within the past year and ‘The Hellfire Demos II’ is set to bludgeon our ears January 20th.

Immediately a thundering shred weighs is down but with a piercing drum smash it brings us lower. A growl as the vocals then take over and takes a well accomplished piece of Death Metal into r...

January 16, 2017

California alt-rockers AFI, have been relatively quiet since the release of Burials in 2013. However, the end quarter of 2016 saw the band cryptically teasing fans- causing much speculation and commotion that a long-awaited return was looming. The quartet’s social media was completely blacked out, and a number of promotional videos and sound bytes left the music community putting pieces together in what can only be described as a game of musica...

January 14, 2017

Good hardcore is always so hard find these days. With a scene brimming with bands that blend into one big beatdown, it’s South Wales’ very own Constructor that come barging through with a no nonsense, two-step banger of an EP.

Make no mistake, this is pure hardcore. The self-titled EP is a contemporary face smasher that subtly winks to the roots of the genre. These boys just make you want to take a tennis racket to your mum’s prized vegetable pa...

January 12, 2017

When done right, pop-rock is a genre that can seemingly give bands worldwide appeal in an incredibly short amount of time. Whether you’re a fan of the genre or not, the success of the bands at the forefront of pop-rock such as All Time Low and 5 Seconds Of Summer is undeniable. With ‘Ambitions’ Tokyo outfit One OK Rock at times give off the idea that they can be slightly more than just a quartet with a flurry of light-hearted hooks – and instea...

January 11, 2017

Celtic-Punk outfit the Dropkick Murphys welcomed the New Year in by releasing the ninth studio album of their impressive twenty-year career. The Murphys are cherished for their whiskey-laden, blue-collar punk-rock. These traits have been the signature ingredients to their records over the years, which have arguably helped them remain so popular with their fans. As the years have gone by, it is fair to say that the furious ‘pace’ that the band onc...

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