Rock Reviews

Dangerkids - Collapse Album Cover
Dangerkids – Collapse (, , , )
16th October 2013 -

Dangerkids are a 5-piece band from Ohio who were formed in 2012. Having gained considerable attention they were signed up by Rise Records and have recently released an album titled ‘Collapse’. This record has proven evident the group have found the perfect blend of genres between electronic music, rap, rock, hardcore and some nu-metal. Dangerkids have the style that was… Read More »

Press To Meco – Affinity EP Review ()
27th September 2013 -

Press To Meco, the three-man band based around Croydon formed in 2010 recently released a new EP titled ‘Affinity’. There is no doubt these boys have come out of their shell, experimenting after the success of their first self-titled EP. They performed at Download Festival this year after wowing the Red Bull competition judges with new material. ‘Affinity’ kicks off… Read More »

Alter Bridge – Fortress (, )
23rd September 2013 -

Despite the fact that their previous album ABIII was a critical and commercial success, and they have toured arenas (and sold out the vast majority of them) over the last couple of years, in some ways Alter Bridge still feel like something of a well kept secret within the rock community. Whereas most casual music fans have at least heard… Read More »

Bowling For Soup - Lunch. Drunk. Love. Album Cover
Bowling For Soup – Lunch. Drunk. Love. ()
18th September 2013 -

Back in the Spring, Bowling For Soup front man Jaret Reddick announced to the dismay of thousands of their UK fans that their annual October tour of the UK would be the band’s last tour of the British Isles. With the tour rapidly approaching, there also comes a brand new Bowling For Soup album, which has been funded by a… Read More »

HIM Tears On Tape Album Cover Artwork
HIM – Tears On Tape (, )
16th September 2013 -

After two decades together as a band, HIM have returned once more with an outstanding roller coaster of an album in `Tears On Tape`. Although at times the band can sound quite repetitive or straight forward they do have some excellent material. The keyboard/synths that start straight from the beginning in ‘Unleash The Red’ do not prepare the listener for… Read More »