Review: The Ocean Between Us – The Ocean Between Us (EP)

January 20, 2011

Looks like there’s big things in the works for Leeds quintet The Ocean Between Us. Fresh from signing to A Wolf At Your Door records, the band kick things off on a high by offering up their mark to the world in the form of a self-titled five-tracker.

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Review: Glamour Of The Kill – The Summoning

January 15, 2011

It’s been at least a year in the making it seems, but York quarter Glamour Of The Kill have finally unleashed their first full-length, in the form of The Summoning. After having shared stages with the likes of metal giants Avenged Sevenfold and Bullet For My Valentine as well as opening mainstage at Download ’08, the band have been touted for quite a while as a big force to be reckoned with – finally, they’ve got their stab at success.
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Review: Who’s Driving? Bear’s Driving! – There’s No Easy Way To Say This

January 15, 2011

It’s pretty hard to say the name Who’s Driving? Bear’s Driving! without cracking a smile and having a chuckle; it’s a tad eccentric, but who counts that against a band these days? The Essex six-piece have set out to be a lot more than just a silly name, with their second offering coming in the form of mini-album There’s No Easy Way To Say This.

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Review: Our Time Down Here – Last Light (EP)

January 9, 2011

The new year marks a new release for Southampton outfit Our Time Down Here, in the form of EP Last Light. 2009’s Live, Love, Let Go was a record full of youthful exuberance, bounds of energy, and a really catchy stab in the side of the UK hardcore scene.

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Live Review: Lower Than Atlantis – Trillians, Newcastle, January 4th 2011

January 8, 2011

It’s ridiculous how packed tonight is for a Trillians gig. There’s an actual queue outside the doors, vitually unheard of.

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Review: Architects – The Here and Now

January 8, 2011

It’s a monumental task, bettering an album that was deemed seemingly perfect by almost all across the board of music, but Brighton mob Architects have given their best shot at forwarding from 2009’s Hollow Crown in the form of The Here And Now; ten tracks of something nobody really expected from the band, judging by recent reactions to radio play.

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Review: Heavy Lies The Crown – The Family Demise (EP)

January 3, 2011

It’s been a long time coming for a band that have been plugging away for around two years, but Darlington’s Heavy Lies The Crown have finally crafted their debut offering in the form of EP, The Family Demise.

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