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Album Review: BabyMetal – Metal Galaxy

If there’s a band likely to produce a “Marmite” reaction amongst metal fans, it’s quirky Japanese act Babymetal. Even here in house there’s no agreement about whether they’re great entertainment or “manufactured shit”. There is no middle ground. Three years [...]

October 12, 2019 Album Reviews

Album Review: Global Scum – Odium

I’m constantly amazed at the quality of the bands we encounter and no more so than when I discover that they’re one-person acts. Add Global Scum to the list, consisting of Austrian Manuel Harlander, who recently released album number two, Odium. [...]

October 12, 2019 Album Reviews

Album Review: Wayward Sons – The Truth Ain’t What it Used to Be

If ever there was an evocative album title, it’s Wayward Sons’ newest. And the Toby Jepson-led outfit have a point. In an era of fake news and doublespeak, frankly, the truth ain’t what it used to be. Making no secret [...]

October 11, 2019 Album Reviews

Album Review: Relinquished – Addictivities (Part 1)

Featuring two vocalists, Austria’s Relinquished throw many of the darker brands of metal (death, extreme, black) into a pot and sprinkle in some progressive influences for variety. The result is very interesting, and strangely listenable. Typically for the genres they’ve [...]

October 8, 2019 Album Reviews

Album Review: The Darkness – Easter is Cancelled

In 2017, The Darkness unleashed their finest opus since their debut. Much like Permission to Land, Pinewood Smile was an album for the ages. It was the most Darkness album they’d ever recorded. Full of chunky, balls-out riffs, taking the [...]

October 4, 2019 Album Reviews

EP Review: The Wildhearts – Diagnosis

Right, we’re in the final three months of the year so whilst it was already a fair bet when it landed back in May, it’s fair to say The Wildhearts’ Renaissance Men is the best album of 2019. And if [...]

October 4, 2019 Album Reviews