Rock Reviews

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6.5
Bring Me The Horizon – amo (, )
8th February 2019 -

It’s no secret that Bring Me the Horizon are no longer a metal band. Their deathcore and metalcore ‘Suicide Season’ and ‘Count Your Blessings’ days are truly over. Having been a massive fan circa Sempiternal (I still abide by the fact this was their best release), I was initially very judgemental of their drastic development. However, Bring Me’s change in… Read More »

8.5
King 810 – Suicide King (, )
25th January 2019 -

A lot of words have been written about King 810 over the last 5 years and no doubt many more will be written in the future. The problem with this is that people are quick to write about who King 810 are rather than what they are. With the story of the band and their background taking priority over their music,… Read More »

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Puppy – The GOAT (, , , )
24th January 2019 -

Calling your debut album The GOAT is a bold move, but bold has been a good way to describe Puppy over the last few years. They have been building up a reputation of being one of the most unique bands in Britain right now. Over two EP’s they’ve mixed doom, groove metal and all kinds of alternative rock together to create something mind… Read More »

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The Yacht Club – The Last Words That You Said To Me Have Kept Me Here And Safe (, )
23rd January 2019 -

London four piece The Yacht Club are a hard band to describe musically. Their sound is something of a primordial melting pot, with elements of shoegaze, alt-rock, old school emo (think early Jimmy Eat World) and touches of Menzingers-esque Americana all present in the makeup. Combining all these varying styles into a coherent album is no mean feat, but The… Read More »

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Papa Roach – Who Do You Trust? (, , )
21st January 2019 -

The Molotov has dropped, but can we still trust Papa Roach or is this the start of the ending? Love them or hate them Papa Roach have maintained a pretty consistent level of popularity over the last 20 years (jesus!), which may have something to do with their ability to evolve with every album yet still maintain that distinct identity… Read More »