Review: Zublue – Change the Channel

Southend-on-Sea, the longest pier you’ll ever see... that’s the song sung by Southend FC football fans and now, they may have a new sound to cleanse that palate which belongs to Zublue, and their debut EP Change the Channel recorded at Brighton Electric studios. In their own words the band is formed of Dave Grohl’s … Continue reading Review: Zublue – Change the Channel

Review: A Rebel Few – As The Crow Flies

Coming out of Cambridge Ontario Canada is the debut album of A Rebel Few, As the Crow Flies this 9 track album full of riffs for that heavy sweating neck cranks and the horns flaying in the air while you’re head-banging and you just doesn’t care. “Born Again” is a perfect opener to their debut … Continue reading Review: A Rebel Few – As The Crow Flies

Review: Star Anna – Light in the Window

During the 90s Seattle was the haven for a musical evolution with bands such as Nirvana, Soundgarden, Mother Love Bone and Pearl jam to name a few. The grunge scene hit the world and the world didn’t know what to do. The genre died when Kurt Cobain left these mortal grounds. The music scene in … Continue reading Review: Star Anna – Light in the Window

Review: Yigga Digga – Faded Glory

Bm Tsch Bm Bm tsch, is the sound of someone articulating a drumbeat and Yigga Digga is the verbalisation of a guitar riff... and the name of a heavy rock band from Pittsburgh. More information is heading your way ladies and gentleman. Yigga Digga have released their second full length album, Faded Glory, which came … Continue reading Review: Yigga Digga – Faded Glory

Review: The Chikitas – Wrong Motel

Formed in the city of Geneva, The Chikitas a duo made up of Lynn Maring and Saskia Fuertes have been eliminating rock cells since the release of their debut album in 2011. Five years on, The Chikitas add a third instalment, Wrong Motel is out now. Locked away at the studio of Jim Waters (Sonic … Continue reading Review: The Chikitas – Wrong Motel

Review: Anti-Clone – The Root of Man

In the 90s a generic genre was created. A genre that didn't just explode but took over a scene where a few bands changed the way we hear heavy rock. A small number carried this revolution while many tried to copy it. That Moniker was Nu-Metal, a word that means baggy jeans, chains and dance … Continue reading Review: Anti-Clone – The Root of Man