All the new articles
- 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 Beach Slang – Broken ThrillsPim is a bit late to the Beach Slang party, but he found his soundtrack to the summer of 2015
- Review The Stops – Nameless faces
- Review We Never Learned To Live – Silently I threw them skywardsSilently I threw them skywards, the debut of We Never Learned To Live, thrives on emotion and the band gets it across perfectly.
- Review Pears – Go to PrisonThis band has potential written all over them, go check it out. Also if you’re a hardcore fan, with the teeniest soft spot for punk, you will too love...
- Review Death Alley – Black Magick BoogielandDeath Alley (existing of three embryo punks) however sounds refreshing and in no way near outdated. The boys evolved from rambling streetpunks into gifted...
- Review Sonance – BlackflowerSonance is a heavy outfit from the UK combining Postrock, Post-hardcore & Doom Metal. On the new album songs are created as a painter creates his...
- Review Outline – FadingFading doesn't offer any solutions to the worlds problems nor will it inspire a whole new generation of teens to do something positive with their live.
- Review We Never Learned To Live – Silently I threw them skywards
- Review Falling Stacks – No WivesFalling Stacks are 3 guys making Frowncore. With loads of ideas they play music somewhere between Fugazi and Shellac. You'll drenched in punk n' noise.
- Review Noviot Pochetok – Jas sum zemjaAfter three year Noviot Pochetok are back with a new album. A slight change in sound that works out really well.
- Review Super Unison – S/T demoWith Super Unison Meghan O’Neill has formed a new band for you to stop crying over the demise of Punch: Super Unison.
- Review Membrane – Reflect Your PainMaking a living from working with Noise. French trio Membrane does it and combines it with Metal, Hardcore and Rock. Vile, rough and painful for your ears.
- Review Coliseum – Anxiety’s KissColiseum returns triumphantly with a daring new album that you have to sink your teeth in first to appreciate fully!
- Review Falling Stacks – No Wives