Monthly Archives: December 2011

Nevereven – The Progress of Disaster review

Nevereven’s The Progress of Disaster is not, by any means, a masterpiece. It does do the band justice however. That needs to be cleared up straight away. Nevereven are a rock band that do just that – rock. Opening up … Continue reading

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Jackalfeud – Structures review

Northern Ireland. A place where when asked about music the heaviest thing most people would think of is In Case Of Fire (who have now gone all Christian on us) or even The Answer (the highlight of their career supporting … Continue reading

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Ursa Major – The Making Of Us review

Ursa Major are a strange mix of melodic hardcore and a weird form of alternative metal but it’s what makes the band who they are and if it’s not broken, why fix it? Their EP The Making Of Us is … Continue reading

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Theatre Breaks Loose – Stranger Places, Greater Things review

Theatre Breaks Loose state on their Facebook page, that their latest EP Stranger Places, Greater Things may have been a long time coming but it’s “6 of the best songs we [Theatre Breaks Loose] have ever written”. The band show … Continue reading

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Henry Rollins on UK tour and the future

Rock Reviews 24/7 caught up with Henry Rollins ahead of his UK tour next month to ask him what could be expected as well as what he’s up to this Christmas. You’re coming back to the UK again next month … Continue reading

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The Undertones Re-release Two Most Recent Albums

One of the late John Peel’s favourite bands The Undertones are set to re-release their two most recent albums. The band who are currently celebrating their 35th anniversary and will re-release albums “Get What You Need” and “Dig Yourself Deep,” … Continue reading

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Susie Soho – Twelve Twenty Seven mini review

Susie Soho have come a long way since their live debut at Ireland’s Oxegen Festival in 2009. Releasing their debut album in 2010, the band are back with a 4 track EP to close out 2011. It’s hard not to … Continue reading

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