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August 26, 2020

It’s almost mad to think that Dream Nails are still yet to release a full-length record. In their relatively short carer thus far, the London punk witches have become synonymous with feminist DIY punk, taking their queer riot grrl rage to all across the European landmass and becoming the sound of protest near and far. Given this, it’s not too surprising all eyes of the punk inclined are now on the band on the run up to the release of their self t...

August 26, 2020

American prog-metallers Oceans of Slumber may be a name unknown to many. Often, music as textured and challenging as progressive metal requires a listener to allow themselves to be immersed into a world created by the artist and, as a result, is lost in the tide of more immediate and instantly-rewarding artists.

However, with their fourth and self-titled release, Oceans of Slumber have created an album of majesty and beauty that few artists in alt...

August 25, 2020

Whereas the genre of punk and its corresponding scene have long been stereotypically perceived as confrontational, a lot of current artists don’t resonate any sense of urgency whatsoever. With the advent of pop-punk, the vast majority of UK punk bands appear to be male dominated units lamenting their dull love lives whilst awkwardly trying to grapple with issues they don’t fully understand, let alone have experience with. Granted, there are a myr...

August 24, 2020

Music comes in waves of trends. Death Metal like all Metal falls victim to these popular ideas. A lot of Metal is complicated by the march forward and looking back constantly. The idea is reigniting the passionate fire whilst finding an original voice. But many bands follow the same path – hence we have trends. Sensory Amusia fall into these ideas with their latest EP being Bereavement.

A well produced release, Sensory Amusia strive for that mix o...

August 21, 2020

Sauntering back into the light of the psychedelic-blues scene after a brief four year break recovering their exhausted and empty minds and bodies from extensive touring, likely readjusting to the chaos that the world seems to be spiralling into. Blues Pills are back with their latest album Holy Moly!, a record that sees the band going back to basicswhilst exploring their love of 60's garage rock and devilish blues to monumental success. 

It s...

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...

August 15, 2020

As death metal continues to maintain a strong following, bands like This Is Endless remain an important part of the framework. The sub genre was never built for all conquering accessibility, instead its survival has hinged on a consistent stream of bands that execute the blueprint with aplomb - something the five piece pull off on Formations Of A World Below

With that said though, to their credit, This Is Endless make specific effort t...

August 13, 2020

The progression of Death Metal from underground heroes of extremity to well produced and clear sounding punishment has left many casualties and a sense of an identity crisis. Many bands look back to the disgustingly brutal atmospheres of yesteryear, of which Bloodbath is the quintessential illustration. Bands looking forward, take many of these aspects, or even other genres as a case in point of their march towards sheer brutality. Orbit Culture...

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