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    Chance Fakih – Pample [Review]

    Pample is the debut psychedelic journey from Chance Fakih. Self-proclaimed musical procrastinator, Chance Fakih, kicks things off with a bang with a foray into psychedelia...

    Review: Wenches ‘Effin’ Gnarly’ –

    Once upon a time, life was pretty simple. Life moved comfortably, and the music industry, and in particular the heavy metal/rock genre, was in...

    Review: Sow Discord ‘Quiet Earth’

    The World Looks On With Pity And Scorn according to the title of the closing track on this new album by Sow Discord, and...

    Bevan – One & Only [Review]

    Bevan starts 2021 by releasing his infectious new single One & Only. Drawing influence from 60s greats, Paul Simon and Brian Wilson, Bevan brings out...

    ALBUM REVIEW: Epica – Omega

    It should come as a surprise to no-one that Omega (Nuclear Blast), the eighth full-length studio release from Dutch symphonic metal act Epica, is...

    Review: Dead Register ‘Don’t Fail Me’

    Sometimes you stumble upon a band that you can’t turn away from. You can’t pinpoint exactly why, or what it is they have so...

    Review: Socioclast ‘Socioclast’ –

    Is there anything you’ve never heard before from a grindcore band on Socioclast‘s debut album? Certainly not? Does it matter? Hell no. Welcome, friends,...

    ALBUM REVIEW: Architects – For Those That Wish To Exist

    Please indulge me for one moment. I am not usually one for breaking the fourth wall when reviewing an album but bear with…. Back...

    Lou Beauty – Whatever, Forever [Review]

    Whatever, Forever is the latest easy-going bedroom-pop tune from Lou Beauty. Lou Beauty is no stranger to writing music. It’s been a long time passion...

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