Punk Reviews

Cavorts - Got Your Brass Album Cover Artwork
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Cavorts – Got Your Brass (, , , )
12th November 2014 -

Having been together a relatively short time, Yorkshire outfit Cavorts are about to emerge fully into the big wide world of the UK rock and metal scene with their début full length album Got Your Brass. Having teamed up with In At The Deep End Records, who are renown for having put out some of the early records of some… Read More »

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Feed The Rhino – The Sorrow And The Sound (, )
11th June 2014 -

Over the past two years Feed The Rhino have built up a reputation of being one of the most intense and exciting live bands in the UK and rightly so, anyone who’s caught them live will be able to tell you how chaotic their shows are. But Feed The Rhino are more than just a great live band, and their… Read More »

Comeback Kid Die Knowing Album Cover
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Comeback Kid – Die Knowing (, , )
5th May 2014 -

Canadian punk band Comeback Kid are back with their latest album, Die Knowing. Nearly four years since their last release, the 2010 Symptoms + Cures. Die Knowing is a clear shift in a darker, grittier direction to a more classically hardcore sound. A lot of Comeback Kid fans have been hopefully waiting for a return to the style of their… Read More »

Ghouls Ten Thousand Words On Album Cover
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Ghouls – Ten Thousand Words On (, )
13th March 2014 -

Introducing Ghouls, a six-piece band currently based in London, with members originally from across the UK. Ghouls were founded in late 2011 and describe themselves as Alt/Gypsy/Punk. After the success of their acoustic EP, they are soon to release ‘Ten Thousand Words On’ (available from the 4th of April 2014) which is being produced by James Routh from Sonic Boom… Read More »

Look Alive Mistakes and Milestones E.P Cover Art
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Look Alive – Mistakes & Milestones (, )
26th November 2013 -

Hailing from Atlanta, Look Alive have unveiled their debut EP ‘Mistakes and Milestones’, which is released under the independent label Autumn + Colour, a label which admirably donate 10% of all profits to charity. Their E.P shows the comfort zone of their sound is Pop Punk, comparable to bands like The Wonder Years. The record starts with ‘Transitions’, which builds… Read More »