Bristol’s The St. Pierre Snake Invasion sound as if they are wrenching themselves apart and hastily shovelling the guts back in, whilst sipping a cuppa and wryly observing the carnage. Yeah, it’s an odd one.
Regal Cheer – Cans
Regal Cheer consists of Max and Harry, a guitar and drum duo from Brighton who also shout themselves hoarse over the brief, but blistering 17 and half minutes that Cans has to offer.
Torso – A Crash Course In Terror
There was much dismay in the APF Records camp when Possessor called it a day. However, crawling from this freshly dug grave, before you have a chance to salt the earth properly, Torso rises.
Jackson Murray’s Top 10 albums of 2022
The king of Grunge – aka, Jackson Murray drags himself away from the pyramid of Ferrero Rocher to educate us on his top 10 albums of 2022 – let’s take a look!
Keep It Fast’s Top 10 Albums of 2022
Here are my top 10 albums of 2022 and some choice words on several EPs that I have enjoyed over the last year or so.
Robot Death Monkey – Intergalactic Party Powder
Goddamn, let’s get some riffs going, shall we? Robot Death Monkey, one of the finest exports from Scotland are back with a killer new EP of songs, focused on tripping major balls, Asgardian gods, dragon private parts and those huge mammoth things from Tatooine.
Amateur Cult – The Mirrored Pattern
We delve into the exciting and intriguing world of Amateur Cult, examining misleading realities, synths and living in a state of perpetual confusion.
Down I Go – Aum Shinrikyo
Down I Go are back, and Aum Shinrikyo, their new album about the Japanese doomsday cult is their best yet. Read on to find out what we think…
Demons – Swallow EP
Demons barely have enough time to devote to this new EP, which clocks in at just under 6 minutes and consists of 4 heart-racing, blood-pumping slabs of furious, scathing noise rock.
Thank – Thoughtless Cruelty
Prepare to step into the portal of weird, your hosts, a band from Leeds called Thank who make sounds that don’t fit but you will want to know more.