Kestrels are the heart and soul of frontman Chad Peck and Dream Or Don’t Dream is an album that brims with want, longing, emotion and fuzzing riffs
Dead Kaczynski – Mr. Scratch
Dead Kaczynski are a disjointed barrage of noise from Kent and display all the great qualities that make this kind of music so agitated, itchy and down-right engaging to listen to.
Charger – S/T
Charger seem to have one goal; to finish a song as quickly as possible and blast through into the next one.
Lizard Hips – Top 10 Albums of 2018
Some surprises, some shocks, some “that’s shit mate, why’s that there?” are all present, probably. Or not. Enjoy, my top 10 albums of 2018.
Irk – Recipes From The Bible
Deliciously uncomfortable seems to be Irk’s mantra and they manage this over the course of the 9 track slab of warped, snarling wreckage that is Recipes From The Bible.
UpCDownC – Black Dracula video
This terror train of film-noir-horror-post-metal debauchery, known as UpCDownC released a video last year for their track, Black Dracula, as featured on the gloom-laden terror of last year’s I, Awake and their self-titled EP from 2015.
Chiller – S/T
There is a weird coldness to Chiller’s sound, making their moniker surprisingly apt. Featuring member’s of Feral Trash, Black Tower and Mother’s Children this Canadian four-piece are a somewhat of a super-group in the deep underground of the punk rock world. A film-noir cloak envelops Chiller; from their quirky, irregular sound…
Guest Post: Jack Murray’s top 10 albums of 2017
Having listened to every single piece of recorded music this year (even both Gallagher albums and the new one by Nick Knowles) Jack Murray is here to provide us with his top 10 albums containing songs that he likes to listen to with his ears. Got it? Good.
Perturbator – New Model
France’s Perturbator is a tricky customer. In a world that now seems dominated by night-driving, synthwave soundtracks, it’s refreshing when that genre is altered somewhat. Like smearing perfectly applied make-up – it turns from something pristine and elegant to a distorted and chaotic smear. Oh, it can still look good, but the alteration will leave a lasting impression.
Ampwrecked 14: New Music For Your Ears
Death From Above keep up with the wrestling theme. Propagandhi invite us for a drink. The Bronx go rock ‘n roll. Unsane cover everything in blood. METZ destroy our ears through a mess of wires. And So I Watch You From Afar show off their new wings and Converge go completely brutal.