Albums/EPs

ALBUM REVIEW: Anti-Flag – American Reckoning

Some of the best protest songs have come from artists carrying an acoustic guitar and leading the disaffected masses into battle. Political Pittsburgh punks Anti-Flag have decided to pay tribute to the troubadours of the past by releasing an album of acoustic renditions of tracks from their last two albums, completing their American trilogy with ‘American Reckoning’. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Fucked Up – Dose Your Dreams

There are very few bands out there that you can truly say are in a category of their own, but Canada’s Fucked Up have made a career out of fusing together hardcore; a genre associated with anger, aggression and raw vocal and music style, with a level of psychedelia usually reserved for that guy you know who wears floral shirts and only emerges from the woods once a month to collect supplies. Read More

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EP REVIEW: Cheerbleederz – Faceplant

When faced with a band name like Cheerbleederz, you wouldn’t be blamed for expecting a ritualistic emo-goth troupe bathed in black and drinking blood from a chalice. In actual fact, these three London based indie-punk pals are about as sweet as puppies eating candy floss with just enough toughness to prevent you from vomiting. Read More