Monthly Archives: July 2012

Crowleys Tears – Number 5 review

Crowleys Tears play “psy-indie-rock tunes for the children of the revolution…” according to their Facebook and their latest tune, Number 5, is a mix of a load of genres creating an interesting sound. There’s a pinch of hard rock with … Continue reading

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The Velocity Raptors – The Chupee Life/I, Donna review

The Velocity Raptors (or Sean Buckley to his friends) are an instrumental act that play upbeat post-rock music from Manchester. Unlike many fellow instrumental bands such as the awesome Brontide and the outstanding And So I Watch You From Afar, … Continue reading

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Pleasure Hazard – PH EP review

Hailing from Helsinki, metal quartet Pleasure Hazard recently released their latest record the PH EP. With two demos under their belt since 2007, 2012’s PH EP had real potential to shine, but it seems like Pleasure Hazard fell a little … Continue reading

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Radio Alcatraz – Populous: In The Belly Of The Beast review

Since forming in 2010, London punk outfit Radio Alcatraz have come a long way. From sharing stages with the likes of Anti-Flag, in just two years they’ve been making ripples in the underground music scene and with the release of … Continue reading

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Boxer – Undertow review

Having released Undertow last year, melodic punk quarter Boxer are getting set to re-release it on a 12″ limited edition vinyl through Reveille Records. Bringing to mind bands like Title Fight and Balance and Composure, Undertow is a fantastic debut … Continue reading

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Spine Chilling Breeze – Milky Way review

Hailing from Greece, Spine Chilling Breeze in early 2011. Fast forward a year and a half and their debut full length demo Milky Way is released to showcase their brand of stoner rock infused with heavy metal. The overall verdict … Continue reading

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Despite Exile – Re-Evolve EP review

Despite Exile make short time of jumping straight into things on their latest release, Re-Evolve. The Italian deathcore group get things off to a brutal start with the heavy as fuck Oscillate – with a little bit of djent thrown … Continue reading

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