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By Simon Crampton, 25th April 2018

Losing a singer would end most bands, and in a lot of cases, it has. It is a testament then to Stone Temple Pilots that they have lost not one, but two of their frontmen in relatively quick succession, that not only have they managed to overcome these hardships, but also return with a brand new album and somewhat new… Read More »

By Simon Crampton, 23rd April 2018

Underoath is one of those that all but passed me when they first hit the scene. Their importance was acknowledged but sadly lost on me. Now 8 years on from the release of their last album ‘Ø (Disambiguation)’ we have a somewhat fiercer more purposeful Underoath with the of their 8th album Erase Me. an album that was clearly born… Read More »

By Simon Crampton, 23rd April 2018 ,

Its been 15 years since we have had a full length album of original material from A Perfect Circle, and I think we can agree that those 15 years have felt agonizing, wondering if we would ever get that elusive third studio album. But fear not, our prayers have been answered, A Perfect Circle are well and truly reborn, and… Read More »

By Simon Crampton, 20th April 2018

Over the years Black Stone Cherry have become the proverbial Ronseal band, because they do exactly what they say on the tin. Heavy groove laden Southern Rock, you can sing along to while drinking and dancing the night away. Family Tree brings us 13 tracks full of good old rock and roll that is high on good times, but a… Read More »

By Philip Whitehead, 20th April 2018

Møl are a fairly new name to the metal sphere. Coming off the back of 2 well received EPs, the Danes attracted the attention of Holy Roar Records and set to work on their debut album, JORD, in an attempt to show they can join the likes of Deafheaven, Alcest and Agalloch in the upper echelons of the blackgaze movement,… Read More »