Tag: Albums

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MTS How To Survive A Funeral artwork

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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JFTD Pain Is Power artwork

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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Flip Phone Fantasy Album Cover

Ocean Grove – Flip Phone Fantasy (Review)

I’m going to start a petition to ban bands that are so good it’s hard for reviewers to put into words. Ocean Grove are the first on this list, because damn Flip…

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Hot Mulligan

Hot Mulligan – you’ll be fine (Review)

In case becoming the internet’s number one hot new verified band wasn’t enough, putting out one of the year’s best records sounds just like what Michigan’s Hot Mulligan need on their quest…

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Slowly Slowly Race Car Blues

Slowly Slowly – Race Car Blues (Review)

It’s clear to me that Slowly Slowly keep on winning hearts through their music. Their newest album Race Car Blues is continuing to expand the Slowly Slowly intrigue, adding to the affection…

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Saviour A Lunar Rose artwork

Saviour – A Lunar Rose (Review)

From its artwork alone, Saviour‘s album A Lunar Rose captures a mood of fantasy and escapism. As a collision of worlds, a solid head sits in an ocean and under a moonlit…

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Polaris The Death Of Me artwork

Polaris – The Death Of Me (Review)

When a band makes a great album, does its success feel like a triumphant wave to surf on? Or does it weigh like an anvil of expectation upon their future music? Polaris…

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Loathe - I Let It In And It Took Everything - Artwork

Loathe – I Let It In And It Took Everything (Review)

Up front, I’ve never really felt like I ‘got’ Loathe. I collided with their sound, so to speak, when they appeared on a split EP with SharpTone Records label mates Holding Absence…

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Thornhill - The Dark Pool

Thornhill – The Dark Pool (Review)

Along with Holding Absence‘s self-titled album that released in January, Thornhill‘s debut album is a release that has inspired a buzz of anticipation for me this year. Arriving like a gift in…