Single Review: Escape The Fate ft Lindsey Stirling – Invincible

On the 16th of October, American rock quartet Escape the Fate released their latest single “Invincible” featuring Lindsey Stirling. The release marks the beginning of a new Era, as the band prepares for their newest album Chemical Warfare to come out. For the last decade, Escape the Fate have dedicated themselves to redefining heavy rock, … Continue reading Single Review: Escape The Fate ft Lindsey Stirling – Invincible

Single Review: SKYND – Columbine

The 9th of October marked Skynd’s release of their newest single “Columbine”, featuring Bill $Aber, alongside a music video. Before I go further into it, I want to put a small warning: both the video and the song deal with traumatic, violent events that could be triggering to people, and I suggest proceeding with caution … Continue reading Single Review: SKYND – Columbine

Album Review: Broken Hands – Split in Two

Broken Hands are at it again as they release their second album to date, Split in Two. The quintet from Kent originally formed under the name Onlookers at the age of 15 in 2006 but have been going by Broken Hands since 2011. The name came from the 1955 Western film White Feather, after the … Continue reading Album Review: Broken Hands – Split in Two

Album Review: Bury Tomorrow – Cannibal

British metalcore quintet, Bury Tomorrow, have released their sixth album, Cannibal. When they gained the attention of metal fans across the world, they were adamant and explicit in their belief that metalcore was still relevant, despite the press making it seem less so. This release follows the success of Black Flame, which rocketed them upwards; … Continue reading Album Review: Bury Tomorrow – Cannibal

EP Review: Dead Posey – Malfunction

With their second EP, Malfunction, Dead Posey have struck again. After breaking into the rock scene with their debut album in 2018, the husband and wife duo (who came together in California) have outdone themselves. The name comes from the nursery rhyme “Ring Around The Rosey”, instantly showing listeners what kind of aesthetic they’re about … Continue reading EP Review: Dead Posey – Malfunction

Album Review: The 1975 – Notes On A Conditional Form

English pop-rock band The 1975 are releasing their fourth album Notes On A Conditional Form on the 22nd of May (tomorrow as we draft and publish this!). Formed in 2002, The 1975 began as four teenagers playing music together. According to vocalist Matt Healy, the band spent their formative years covering punk-rock songs in a local … Continue reading Album Review: The 1975 – Notes On A Conditional Form