Monthly Archives: June 2012

Anti-Vigilante – Tempest review

If there’s one thing that the punk scene can do, it’s that it can unite every single person in it’s sight. With that in mind, Anti-Vigilante’s latest record is able to do that and then some – whether you’re into … Continue reading

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Cold Summer – Wake review

Having a cold summer is something that the British are pretty much used to nowadays. Unless you’re talking about Cold Summer, the band from Wakefield who just released their brand new EP Wake. Their post-hardcore in the style of bands … Continue reading

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As We Sink – Ventures review

According to As We Sink they like their “friends and sing alongs”. And that’s all you need to know about them really, apart from the fact that they play punk rock music and reside in the South West of England. … Continue reading

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Device (IT) – The Birth review

Formed in November 2010, Device’s The Birth was released a year later after spending hours hauled away – session after session, riff after riff, member after member, theirĀ “rock n’ core” was crafted and their 10 track (includes one bonus track!) … Continue reading

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Dirt Box Disco – Legends review

If one word were to describe Dirt Box Disco, it would be legends. Not in the sense that the Ramones are a legendary punk band, but Dirt Box Disco are just total and utter legends. For a start, what’s not … Continue reading

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Edward In Venice – Muori review

Edward In Venice’s debut full length album, Muori is a fierce, raging and brutal monster being unleashed to the world. Their hardcore punk takes aspects of many different bands from the genre – ranging from Bring Me The Horizon to … Continue reading

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Lines Across Maps – On Second Thoughts review

Lines Across Maps latest (and second) EP On Second Thoughts is a surprising listen. This time round they show serious and excellent songwriting ability which has helped them to craft and create some great tunes. Their “math fun rock pop” … Continue reading

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