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September 10, 2019

There’s something wonderfully childlike and exciting about finding a band that just makes you smile. It could be the lyrics, the melody, the chorus, a guitar solo, or all of the above. That moment when the song hits and the smile is pure magic.

As in love, when you have that spark, there really is no going back.

And that’s the beauty of Amarionette. They have that unquantifiable stardust that makes you grin like a 6-year-old eyeing up a wall of pi...

January 22, 2019

Those unfamiliar with the intensely flavoured wavelengths of Iced Earth axeman Jon Schaffer will surely be set to climb aboard another horror fan club affair with a brand-spanking new EP release; combining the forces of old Iced Earth era musicality to form a past remedy of Jon Schaffer’s Purgatory. Along with Schaffer joins the historic ex-Iced Earth members of vintage lead guitarist Bill Owen and the enduring vocalist Gene Adam; enforcing the o...

December 12, 2017

« Loud sad songs », that's how band Chalk Hands describe their music. The Brighton based band are show off their punchy hardcore sound which is reminiscent of artists such as Caspian or even an early LANDSCAPES. Burrows & Other Hideouts is the result of their hard work, an EP that includes two songs, "Burrows" and "Arms". They're quite similar in their compositions, however are beautiful in their shapes, sounding almost like a cath...

October 17, 2017

Hot off the heels of last year’s Challenge Oppression // Pursue Equality EP, Cope are back and just as grumpy as last time with Tooth  & Nail. Opening with the blistering ‘Stray Bullets’, the band lose no time in introducing their own blend of hardcore, punk and metalcore in the vein of While She Sleeps, shot through with nods to hardcore heavyweights Every Time I Die as well as fellow Brits Feed The Rhino.

If all that sounds like a bit of a melti...

April 11, 2017

Varg are a band that everyone seems to want you to take note of. Perhaps they’re just under-appreciated or perhaps they’re just under the hype. Looking like a darker and more aggressive Turisas but certainly far from them musically, they’re ready with their latest EP – Götterdämmerung!

‘Götterdämmerung’ certainly makes an argument for Varg as under-appreciated. It’s energetic and brutal, his vocals marking one of the ways that Varg are trying to t...

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