CD Reviews

Straight Lines – Freaks Like Us Review

June 12, 2012

Straight Lines – Freaks Like Us 9/10 ‘Freaks Like Us’ is the second album from Pontypridd’s Straight Lines. Having set the bar extraordinarily high with debut, ‘Persistence in this Game’, this long-awaited and hotly-anticipated follow-up

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Young Guns – Bones Review

June 10, 2012

Young Guns  – Bones 9/10   The UK rock scene right now is really diverse and strong, just look at bands like Deaf Havana, lostprophets, You Me At Six and Bring Me The Horizon having

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The Dirty Youth – Red Light Fix Review

June 9, 2012

This is South Wales metal band The Dirty Youth’s debut album, although to call this album just ‘Metal’ is a little misleading, it’s a unique mix of metal-as-fuck riffs, punk choruses, anthemic vocals and schizophrenic

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Night Verses – Out of the Sky EP Review

May 13, 2012

For a first effort together as this unit (Night Verses were an instrumental band before they aded in The Sleeping’s Douglas Robinson), this record is stunning. It’s got a huge and passionate sound. The scape

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Limp Bizkit – Gold Corba Review

July 13, 2011

Limp Bizkit Gold Cobra There’s those who never liked Limp Bizkit, those ready to slate this album without even a listen, those who are only just discovering them and those who were highly anticipating this

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My Chemical Romance – Danger Days Review

January 19, 2011

So My Chemical Romance’s fourth studio album is here. Danger Days: The True Lives of the Fabulous Killjoys (which is taken from the title for Way’s forthcoming comic series) is a concept album based around

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Smoosh – Withershins Review

July 19, 2010

This slipped off the radar for the latest issue, but we want to bring you a review of this ace album… Smoosh are a well seasoned band. They’ve been part of the US and worldwide

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