Rock Reviews

Enter Shikari - The Mindsweep Album Artwork
Enter Shikari – The Mindsweep (, , , , , )
14th January 2015 -

Enter Shikari are arguably one of the flagship bands in the British alternative scene and it’s even harder to believe that 2015’s The Mindsweep is their fourth studio record. Following extensive touring and festival appearances the four piece act from St. Albans are ready to unleash The Mindsweep to the world. But does it live up to the high expectations?… Read More »

The Art Of Escaping - Three Ways E.P
The Art Of Escaping – Three Ways E.P ()
12th December 2014 -

East Anglian hard rockers The Art of Escaping’s début three track E.P, Three Ways, is an interesting glimpse into a band that could have a bright future. Whilst it’s only a small window into what the band have to offer – the initial signs are very good indeed. The opening track, Catch Me If You Can, is a memorable hard… Read More »

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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 »

Wilson Full Blast Fuckery Album Cover
Wilson – Full Blast Fuckery (, , )
17th September 2014 -

Wilson have come flying out of Michigan with their new album, “Full Blast Fuckery”. Their party oriented, southern rock influenced brand of hardcore is a sure fire mosher for those who love their music loud, heavy and fast but they may not have quite the impact that they’d hoped for. The album is full speed from the get go with… Read More »

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FrnkIero andthe Cellabration – Stomachaches ()
21st August 2014 -

It was a ballsy move for Frank Iero to not release a re-hash of the MCR sound that launched him into the stratosphere. On ‘Stomachaches’ we experience his first solo foray, and it’s unlike anything you’d have heard before from him, not the anthemic sound of My Chemical Romance nor the raw aggression of hardcore outfit Leathermouth. The album gets… Read More »