Horndal Remains

Review: Horndal – Remains

“‘Remains’ paints a vivid picture of the despair of those losing everything by combining driving riffs with vocals that spit with fury.”

Review: Blood Youth – STARVE

“‘STARVE’ takes the foundations of Blood Youth’s sound and shakes it until it comes toppling down, and the pile of destruction that remains is the sheer brutality we hear now.”

Review: Slenders – Angry Youth

“‘Angry Youth’ is lacking in a statement sound, leading to an album that gives no clear idea of who Slenders really are.”


Review: Emarosa – Peach Club

Emarosa’s digestible foray into pop territory has enabled them to flourish… ‘Peach Club’ doesn’t deserve to be this fun but it just is.

Review: Set It Off – Midnight

“‘Midnight’ is unashamedly pop to the point you have to question how or why Set It Off were ever considered a rock band?”


Review: Mastiff – Plague

“Mastiff are surely capable of something great on this release… Long may they reign as the kings of the underworld.”

Review: FIDLAR – Almost Free

“Like nothing you’ve ever heard, but somehow comfortably familiar, ‘Almost Free’ is a piece of art to be admired.”

Bring Me The Horizon - amo

Review: Bring Me The Horizon – amo

“Bring Me The Horizon have increasingly shown a willingness to embrace their pop sensibilities and ‘amo’ sees them go all out… It’s sure to polarise fans but BMTH wouldn’t want it any other way.”

Radar State - Strays

Review: Radar State – Strays

“Radar State output thrives on an effortless punk ethos… 13 songs of unambiguous, guitar-driven melodic rock.”

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