Category Archives: EP reviews

Miss Vincent – Creepy review

A little less than a year after Miss Vincent appeared on the scene with their debut single, No One Knew, the Guildford punks recently released their debut EP entitled Creepy. In a world where bands come and go quicker than … Continue reading

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Desolated – Disorder Of Mind review

There’s no doubt that there are some bands that are regarded as jokes of the hardcore scene. Most of those bands are completely unaware of that fact and they probably just don’t care either. Desolated are (fortunately) not one of … Continue reading

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Bloody Mammals – Eventually Your House Will Burn Down

Within the first 10 seconds of Bloody Mammals latest EP, they’re already using everything they’ve got to come out swinging and start shouting in your face. It’s less a bad thing and more the best way for the band to … Continue reading

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Golden Tanks – R.D.H.B. review

The (official) debut EP from Reading boys Golden Tanks has been a long time coming. It might not well be one of the most anticipated releases of recent years from a UK band, but it certainly should have been. If … Continue reading

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Disembarked – I Do Nothing But Regret The Fact I Left review

There’s a reason why Dog Knights have been banging on for ages about Disembarked’s new EP and that’s for the simple reason that it is, in short, fucking amazing. I Do Nothing But Regret The Fact I Left is the … Continue reading

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Coastline – Taken Under review

There’s evidently something quite special about Coastline. It’s hard to put a finger on it, but there’s something rooted deep within them that makes them shine brighter and stand out from the rest. Whatever it is they have, they’ve put … Continue reading

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Neck Deep – A History of Bad Decisions review

If you’re not already familiar with Neck Deep, then it’s about time you should be. Coming straight from Wrexham and playing The Story So Far-esque pop-punk, Neck Deep are on the verge of becoming one of the UK’s best new … Continue reading

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