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Noija Through Fire All Things Are Renewed

Noija – Through Fire All Things Are Renewed (Review)

Before now, it would be anyone’s guess as to what a sophomore album from Noija might hold. The Swedish band released Colorblind in 2017, and then seemed to lose creative steam, with…

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Diamond Construct – DCX2 (Review)

I came away pretty excited after hearing so much potential with what Diamond Construct were doing last year on their self-titled LP. An explosive debut with multiple nationwide tours that subsequently saw…

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Anticline – Urgency (Review)

I arrive at Anticline‘s Urgency EP with the strength of their singles sitting like the spicy aftermath of a powerful mint. I’m interested to see what the EP reveals, and it doesn’t…

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Stand Atlantic Pink Elephant

Stand Atlantic – Pink Elephant (Review)

Odds are that if you’re reading this, the name Stand Atlantic isn’t one that’s unfamiliar for you. After their release of their world-dominating debut album Skinny Dipping in 2018, the four-piece began…

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Neck Deep – All Distortions Are Intentional (Review)

For a time now, it’s been anyone’s guess what we’d see next from pop-punk outfit Neck Deep. After forging themselves a new path upon the release of their third LP The Peace…

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LUNE – Ghost EP (Review)

The eerie “Ghost” is where LUNE‘s EP of the same name begins.  The EP is the first release from the Melbourne based band, pulling in singles ‘of “Ghost”, “Manipulator”, and “Mirror Image” to…

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Make Them Suffer – How To Survive A Funeral (Review)

Unless you’re a purist for a physical release, by now you’d have ‘met’ Make Them Suffer‘s album, How To Survive A Funeral. Given that the Perth band introduced their fourth studio album…

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Justice For The Damned – Pain Is Power (Review)

Throughout human history, there have been a remarkable number of cataclysmic events that have changed the future for all. Releasing on June 12 through Greyscale Records, Justice For The Damned’s sophomore LP…

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Banks Arcade Fever Dreams

Banks Arcade – Fever Dreams (Review)

The first time I listened through Banks Arcade‘s Fever Dreams EP, I was admittedly playing Animal Crossing: New Horizons at the same time. Writing had proved to be a challenge for me on that…

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Draftday When I Went Away artwork

Draftday – When I Went Away (Review)

Looking a lot like a cell division photo from a biology textbook, the artwork for Draftday‘s When I Went Away EP doesn’t give much away at first glance. Coupling the title with…