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The Menzingers – After The Party (, )
23rd February 2017 -

After The Party is a very nostalgic album. From the opening moments of 20’s (Tellin’ Lies) it’s very clear The Menzingers are very keen on looking back on their past very fondly. This album is practically a love letter to the bands 20’s as they constantly reminisce about good times. Everything The Menzingers sing about on this album feels almost… Read More »

Betraying the Martyrs – The Resilient ()
21st February 2017 -

Betraying the Martyrs are a great band, of that there is no doubt. They are often better than most bands they are on any given bill with, yet they don’t seem to have reached the same level of success as those bands. Well, I think that might be about to change. The Resilient, the band’s newest album proves that they can… Read More »

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Def Leppard – And There Will Be A Next Time…Live from Detroit (, )
20th February 2017 -

It’s hard to know where to start with Def Leppard nowadays. They were one of the staples of the 80’s rock scene, and I think we can all agree that their classic material is hard to fuck with. They are also one of the bands that have headlined Download multiple times, which is nothing to sniff at. But herein lies… Read More »

Firewind – Immortals (, )
10th February 2017 -

Basking in the glory of their ancient Greek ancestors, Firewind’s faultless eighth album ‘Immortals‘ presents an epic classical tale through stunning electrics and celestial vocals. Bridging the 5-year gap since ‘Few Against Many’, ‘Immortals’ is a brave yet expertly executed first venture into the conceptual realm. It’s no secret Gus G is a godlike axeman and Henning Basse wields rather… Read More »

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Bowling for Soup – Drunk Dynasty Review ()
9th February 2017 -

Bowling For Soup are now on their 11th studio album, after over twenty years as a band. After glossing over their temporary UK “retirement” the band are back doing what they do best: ignorant, hilarious pop punk with big choruses. Indeed, Drunk Dynasty, as the name suggests, does not reinvent the Bowling for Soup wheel. However, that wheel is one… Read More »