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September 17, 2019

Finnish goth ‘n’ roll band The 69 Eyes give us their latest release West End, 3 years after 2016’s Universal Monsters.

It’s an interesting blend of rich bass-baritone vocals, akin to those of The Sisters of Mercy’s Andrew Eldritch and Type O Negative’s Peter Steele. With catchy anthemic rock hooks, reminiscent of the songwriting of later Alice Cooper, The Cult, Avantasia and HIM.

There is gothic aesthetic for sure, mainly coming from the piano and...

June 11, 2019

As far as debut albums go, Absenteeism from Quiet Lions is a spectacularly ambitious project. From the band’s grandiose Alt-Rock sound, to the social commentary, numerous narratives and subtle and not so subtle political musings, there’s a lot to unravel here.

The Brighton quartet have set out to make a statement with this album and they have gone big. The central theme of the album is social media and its influence on today’s society. But there’s...

July 31, 2018

The American Dream, what does it really mean? By the original definition it states “life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement”. With this interpretation in mind Trophy Eyes have concocted a brutally honest, yet unconventionally inspiring take on living life in the fast lane and the ultimate sacrifices you make to uncover what you truly want from the world around you.


January 27, 2017

London’s Deaf Havana have spent a large portion of their 11 year career as the underdogs of the UK rock scene, despite possessing whirlpool’s of talent and charisma; the music industry hasn’t always been overtly kind to the quintet. Subsequently, the bands’ performance at 2014’s Reading and Leeds festival was set to be one of their last. Citing financial pressures and an ever weakening passion for the band – frontman James Veck-Gilodi came close...

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...

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