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- Review Tangled Thoughts Of Leaving – Yield To DespairTangled Thoughts Of Leaving take a very interesting approach on alternative heavy rock. It isn't easy to compare them to other acts.
- Review Zeus! – MotomonotonoZeus! is a drums, bass and vocals duo from Italy that brings a thundering form of heavy music without boundaries in the vein of Zu and The Locust.
- Review Planks – Perished BodiesThis last album is the final goodbye to this world and closes the trilogy after The Darkest of Grays and Funeral Mouth.
- Review Terror – The 25th HourTerror returns with their new record The 25th Hour which is short and fast but not as hard hitting and aggressive as the early days of the band.
- Special 15 reasons why you should go to Incubate this yearHere are 15 reasons why you should come to Tilburg and celebrate a week of cutting edge culture.
- Review Tangled Thoughts Of Leaving – Yield To Despair
- Review Implore – DepopulationImplore is a grindcore band releasing their debut and already toured around the globe the last 2 years. Included is the Swedish chainsaw guitar sound.
- Review The Record Collection – Revolutions EPThe Record Collection bring us nothing new, but their EP Revolutions is just perfect summer music.
- Review Spirits – DiscontentDiscontent, Spirits' debut full length needs to be checked out by everyone (remotely) into straight edge!
- Interview Coin Toss RecordsIndy Powers of Coin Toss Records on his love for music and surfing the net too much.
- Review Stick Together – Stick TogetherThe first album by straight edge band Stick Together rocks as hard as their first two EP's. Drugs suck!
- Review Implore – Depopulation
- Review The Stops – Nameless facesOnly a year after their demo The Stops surprise us with a great debut!
- Review True Identity – DemoEveryone with an interest in current Youth Crew sound should check this one out.
- Review Terrible Feelings – TremorsTerrible Feelings return with their second album Tremors which has the hard task to live up to my high expectations based on their previous output.
- Review The Stops – Nameless faces