Albums/EPs

ALBUM REVIEW: Vein – Errorzone

After last year’s ‘Self-Destruct’ EP (four tracks coming in at four minutes no less), there has been a lot of hype surrounding American hardcore crew Vein, especially in the wake of Code Orange laying siege to everything in 2017. Well, it’s completely justified. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Talons – We All Know

There are often key moments in an album which can rise to success; use of interchangeable genres that can surprise listeners, or create a cloud of euphoria around instruments gradually building in intensity to the final crescendo. Maybe even a breakdown that will (hopefully) send shivers down spines and cause crowds to erupt in headbanging unison. In step Talons with their latest offering, ‘We All Know’. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Chin Up, Kid – Chin Up, Kid

Indianapolis based quartet Chin Up, Kid have gone for the self-titled option for their third full-length record, the band’s first release since the departure of their now former vocalist, Cheyenne Smith. Taking to the microphone and center-stage on this release is Josh Cox, with has got some sizable shoes to fill in the eyes of the their fanbase. Read More

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ALBUM REVIEW: Panic! At The Disco – Pray For The Wicked

Over the years, Panic! At The Disco have continuously reduced in band members, with 2016 seeing the ‘band’ become a solo-project for once frontman, Brendon Urie. The record released that year, ‘Death Of A Bachelor’, saw Urie ditch the guitars and opt for a jazz-infused, electronic pop album – and his newest record ‘Pray For The Wicked’ is pretty much an extension of that, but not without its problems. Read More