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October 31, 2017

Since it’s inception, Deathcore has been a dirty word on the tip of metal fan’s tongues. Having seen it’s better days of the mid to late 00’s come and go, the genre as whole seems to still thriving, with new bands keeping the flame alive. Most of what could be considered the old guard has retired or are nothing more than a memory of simpler times.

One of these bands however refuse to give up the ghost, with Winds of Plague returning to the frontli...

October 31, 2017

Harbour Sharks harmonise gritty djent guitar lines with Post-Hardcore vocal melodies in such a way that delivers the listener the best of both world of Punk and Metal. A History of Violence is a great debut release, from its showcase of musical ability and song writing to its production.

The London based three piece tantalise the listener with a broad spectrum of alternative music. From the records punchy beginnings, which nod to bands such as A D...

October 31, 2017

An ice cold sky oppressively weighing itself down upon us. The night could never feel colder than when ringing out over the wastelands of Europe, Black Metal takes its evil standing. Chilling through your ears. Black Metal lends itself to experimentation and atmosphere in a way like no other Metal genre. Italy doesn’t exactly get the most attention when it comes to Metal or Black Metal, even. Ah Ciliz and Chiral are up and comers from Italy and o...

October 31, 2017

Traditional heavy metal has mostly taken a backseat in modern metal, with the genre’s ongoing fragmentation into the billion-and-one genres on display today. Clearly London’s Savage Messiah never got the memo, and play the kind of rollicking, balls-to-the-wall heavy metal that never truly went away and has been sorely missing from the forefront of the genre.

Hands of Fate is the Brits’ eagerly-awaited fourth full length album and sees them strippi...

October 29, 2017

Let’s be honest with ourselves; the vast majority of rap-rock hybrid acts are a bit naff. The bulk of these groups you see doing the rounds within the alternative scene rely heavily on exasperated gimmicks or genre stereotypes in order to be relatable or notable. Sure, it’s always a laugh to get drunk and raise £4.99 pints in air to Limp Bizkit’s ‘Shotgun’, but can one really stand back and defend the musical integrity of such a track? Not really...

October 27, 2017

Fresh from their recent signing to the exciting up and coming newbloods Apocalyptic Witchcraft, UK Black/death metal titans The Infernal Sea return to the fold with a two track EP Agents of Satan to quell the masses while they work on their follow up to the brilliant The Great Mortality.

Opening with a chilling sample, first track Agents of Satan brings together both their brand of blackened death metal with elements of d-beat/ latter day Darkthr...

October 26, 2017

Isha caught the newcomers in American punk rock, Diet Cig, through the lens a few days ago at a very shiny looking show! Check out her snaps!

October 26, 2017

Nottingham’s Rock City looks busier than ever in what can only be described as an evening of indie excellence. Celebrating a decade since their first release Wait For Me, The Pigeon Detectives (9) are indisputably one of the most exciting live bands in this scene, and with a support as strong as North East quartet Little Comets (9), this Friday night was sure to be a wild one.

Little Comets are certainly a crowd pleaser, despite their minimal...

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