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Album review: The Bar Stool Preachers – ‘Grazie Governo’ (Pirates Press)

July 20, 2018 // 0 Comments

The Bar Stool Preachers – ‘Grazie Governo’ (Pirates Press) https://ift.tt/2O1kzua Nev B can’t believe it’s been a little over two years since he reviewed the debut album from The Bar Stool Preachers, and almost ran out of superlatives in the process. So, will the supposedly “difficult” second album find him in the same predicament, or just send him dancing ‘round the room screaming “FUCK” at the top of his lungs? Do we really need to ask? from CD Reviews https://ift.tt/2NxIctp [read on]

Album Review: BPF – Remote Viewing

July 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

Album Review: BPF – Remote Viewing Killing Joke’s Paul Ferguson is releasing a seven track E.P. titled “Remote Viewing” on the 24th August. Released under the name BPF (Big Paul Ferguson), the E.P is a mix of vibrant, industrial, post-punk tracks and spoken-word vocals. You can check out the trailer, an artistic interpretation of the song “I Am War” on YouTube now. Paul Ferguson will also be touring with Killing Joke on their 40th anniversary tour, starting this September. The opening track, “Hungry Ghosts”, starts with jungle drums before the signature spoken word vocals began. To begin with the vocals really threw me off. [read on]

Album review: Jungle Rot – ‘Jungle Rot’ (Victory Records)

July 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

Jungle Rot – ‘Jungle Rot’ (Victory Records) https://ift.tt/2NsLzl9 Death metal stalwarts Jungle Rot don’t fuck about, but display a “turn up, kick arse, go home” attitude which is prevalent throughout this self-titled tenth album – at least as far as our man on the south coast is concerned. Click the link to find out why he reckons this is the sort of dirty, guttural metal we all love – that designed for sweaty club gigs where everyone is either shredded or massively overweight, the beer tastes like garbage and the toilets are overflowing: from CD Reviews [read on]

Album review: Night Demon – ‘Live Darkness’ (Steamhammer)

July 19, 2018 // 0 Comments

Night Demon – ‘Live Darkness’ (Steamhammer) https://ift.tt/2JzOlTk UR boss Monk is always a bit wary about “live” albums. How “live” are they? Or how much post-show studio trickery has been involved to augment the sound and make it sound as good as possible? How many mistakes have been covered up or corrected? However, he has no such concerns with this, the debut double live CD from California trad metallers Night Demon – especially in the vocal department… Why? Well, the answer is on the other side of the link: from CD Reviews [read on]

Album review: Twin Flames Radio – ‘Twin Flames Radio’ (Basement Boy Records)

July 18, 2018 // 0 Comments

Twin Flames Radio – ‘Twin Flames Radio’ (Basement Boy Records) https://ift.tt/2JvOXcN Sometimes a record lands without preconceived misconceptions and blows you away.  Inspired by ‘70s radio, this DIY album is jam-packed full of fucking great songs.  No bullshit just good time honest rock ‘n’ roll. Just the way Double D loves it… and you can find out exactly what he means on the other side of the link: from CD Reviews [read on]

Album review: Twin Flames Radio – ‘Twin Flames Radio’ (Basement Boy Records)

July 18, 2018 // 0 Comments

Twin Flames Radio – ‘Twin Flames Radio’ (Basement Boy Records) https://ift.tt/2JvOXcN Sometimes a record lands without preconceived misconceptions and blows you away.  Inspired by ‘70s radio, this DIY album is jam-packed full of fucking great songs.  No bullshit just good time honest rock ‘n’ roll. Just the way Double D loves it… and you can find out exactly what he means on the other side of the link: from CD Reviews [read on]

Album review: Twin Flames Radio – ‘Twin Flames Radio’ (Basement Boy Records)

July 18, 2018 // 0 Comments

Twin Flames Radio – ‘Twin Flames Radio’ (Basement Boy Records) https://ift.tt/2JvOXcN Sometimes a record lands without preconceived misconceptions and blows you away.  Inspired by ‘70s radio, this DIY album is jam-packed full of fucking great songs.  No bullshit just good time honest rock ‘n’ roll. Just the way Double D loves it… and you can find out exactly what he means on the other side of the link: from CD Reviews [read on]

Album review: Twin Flames Radio – ‘Twin Flames Radio’ (Basement Boy Records)

July 18, 2018 // 0 Comments

Twin Flames Radio – ‘Twin Flames Radio’ (Basement Boy Records) https://ift.tt/2JvOXcN Sometimes a record lands without preconceived misconceptions and blows you away.  Inspired by ‘70s radio, this DIY album is jam-packed full of fucking great songs.  No bullshit just good time honest rock ‘n’ roll. Just the way Double D loves it… and you can find out exactly what he means on the other side of the link: from CD Reviews [read on]

Album review: Twin Flames Radio – ‘Twin Flames Radio’ (Basement Boy Records)

July 18, 2018 // 0 Comments

Twin Flames Radio – ‘Twin Flames Radio’ (Basement Boy Records) https://ift.tt/2JvOXcN Sometimes a record lands without preconceived misconceptions and blows you away.  Inspired by ‘70s radio, this DIY album is jam-packed full of fucking great songs.  No bullshit just good time honest rock ‘n’ roll. Just the way Double D loves it… and you can find out exactly what he means on the other side of the link: from CD Reviews [read on]

Album review: Bury Tomorrow – ‘Black Flame’ (Music For Nations)

July 18, 2018 // 0 Comments

Bury Tomorrow – ‘Black Flame’ (Music For Nations) https://ift.tt/2uyztzS Our man on the south coast reckons that ‘Black Flame’ is the best album that Bury Tomorrow have released so far. Such is his unbridled enthusiasm for their latest release that he goes so far as to describe it as “fucking great”! Well, you’ll just have to click the link to find why he’s so excited by what he reckons is a very strong contender for the best album of 2018, won’t you? from CD Reviews [read on]