Albums/EPs

ALBUM REVIEW: All Hail The Yeti – Highway Crosses

‘Highway Crosses’ marks All Hail The Yeti’s third studio record, and comes hot on the heels of their previous effort, ‘Screams From A Black Wilderness’. The outfit are known to combine a fusion of several different styles of alternative music, whether that be stoner metal, prog and even nu-metal into the mix, and this lends itself to an often interesting yet divisive sound. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Old Wounds – Glow

New Jersey post-hardcore crew Old Wounds have carved themselves out a spot in between hardcore, industrial metal, and goth rock to produce their latest record, ‘Glow’. With as many reference points as the aforementioned, you could be forgiven that this album may end up being a little disjointed, to which you’d be sort of correct. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Normandie – White Flag

Normandie were one of the surprise acts from 2016, with debut record ‘Inguz’ receiving huge amounts of critical and commercial praise. The Swedish rockers, with their catchy blend of Bring Me The Horizon-meets-Don Broco, soon found themselves supporting the likes of Yellowcard and Hands Like Houses over the course of the last year and a half. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Hellions – Rue

Australian outfit Hellions are an odd bunch to categorise. Perhaps due to the constant requirement of the industry to pigeonhole a band into a certain style, they’ve felt that it’s their mission to veer in the opposite direction to create obtuse music to cater for as many people as is humanly possible. Read More