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Album Review // THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA ‘The Act’

The Act entwines many different aspects of metal genres to create something unique and intriguing. Drifting between heavy and light, the album depicts how consuming the dark can be, but also how delicate and beautiful life can be too. The Devil Wears Prada’s new album


Album Review // BABYMETAL ‘Metal Galaxy’

With a visionary new approach, BABYMETAL take their sound to new heights on their genre-crossing third album, Metal Galaxy. The anticipation for BABYMETAL‘s third album Metal Galaxy has been growing significantly since their headline show at O2 Academy Brixton this summer. Performing many songs off

Can't Swim Foreign Language EP

EP Review // CAN’T SWIM ‘Foreign Language’

The post-punk band has unveiled their artist-riddled new EP, Foreign Language, through Pure Noise Records. And it’s an aggressive one. “I always told you, grandma always says: fuck them!”, an older woman’s voice sounds. The first lines to Foreign Language immediately grab your attention before

DIIV Deceiver 2019

Album Review // DIIV ‘Deceiver’

Birthed out of the wreckage of their past traumas, DIIV’s latest approach to music is helping them reach catharsis and new beginnings. In the three years that have transpired since their critically-acclaimed album Is The Is Are, DIIV have undergone a kind of transformation. Approaching

Sam Fender album 2019

Album Review // SAM FENDER ‘Hypersonic Missiles’

The debut album from Sam Fender is finally here, and it’s everything we could dream of and more. North Shields’ Sam Fender has been making quite a name for himself in the past year, selling out shows across the country and winning the BRITs Critics’

The Faim State Of Mins 2019

Album Review // THE FAIM ‘State Of Mind’

Showcasing a variety of sounds, the debut album from The Faim brings together everything the quartet have showed potential for so far. Australian quartet The Faim have been picking up some hot press over the last year – with an EP being the longest work

Grayscale Nella Vita 2019

Album Review // GRAYSCALE ‘Nella Vita’

Embracing life, death, and everything in-between in its purest, unadulterated form, Philadelphia’s Grayscale return as genre saviours with their sophomore effort, Nella Vita. After the pain and loss that underpinned their debut album, Adornment, Grayscale bring out optimism and hope with their newest release. Translating

Roam album 2019

Album Review // ROAM ‘Smile Wide’

The third studio album from Eastbourne’s very own ROAM sees the band embracing the pop sound and mixing different genres. Smile Wide opens with a great riff on track Better In Than Out and the words ‘I’ll let you in on a secret if you