Prolong The Agony – ‘All We Are’

Prolong The Agony - All We Are - F1

Although metal and hardcore are undoubtedly badass, being cold, aloof, and misanthropic has become dishearteningly trendy amongst fans of said styles. Disconnection, antisocial attitudes, and civil wars are very common within those corners of the music world – and let’s be honest, most of it is the result of Read more…

Posted on 19 April 2015

Burials – ‘Gloaming’ [Review]

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If your face is feeling too solid for your liking, this is the track you need to get it melted off. This is about as far from chirpy, cheeky and cheerful as you could ever hope to get. Read more…

Posted on 16 April 2015

Twothirtytwo / Secret Black Boyfriend / The Small Society [Live Review – The Boileroom, Guildford, 15/4/15]

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Aldershot is on fire right now. Not literally (unless the football’s on), but in terms of incredible musical output. twothirtytwo look set to lead a fresh horde of fucked-off Aldershotians into the future, fuelling that rush with levels of theatrical passion which  Read more…

Posted on 16 April 2015

Morning Bound – ‘Morning Bound EP’ [Review]

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The hell with the UK. I’m moving to NYC.

New York has long been associated with none-more-cool music of assorted kinds, and this EP continues that home-town tradition by eschewing norms and traditions in favour of a purely eccentric, experimental approach to composition and performance. I Did Fine features Read more…

Posted on 15 April 2015

Outside The Coma – ‘Nosebleed’ [Review]

outside the coma press

Although their name may be unfamiliar, Outside The Coma are not a new band. Rather, they’re a renamed version of Outpatients – the brainchild of SikTh vocalist Mikee Goodman, quirky Japanese singer Yuuri B Joux, and a set of Read more…

Posted on 13 April 2015

Princess Slayer – ‘Living’ [Review]

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This release has been a long time coming – and it’s certainly worth the wait. This is the fattest, slickest Princess Slayer release so far, full of spicy grooves, dirty synths, and finely honed, thoroughly gig-tested songs.

From opening single Passion Alley to Fame‘s quirky riffs via the Read more…

Posted on 12 April 2015

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