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BUMP: Animal Ethics' HUMAN RIOTS

Everything about the the first Animal Ethics full-length, HUMAN RIOTS, is loud. All the song titles are written all in caps. There isn’t a single line sung below a shout. 462 more words


Green Day: Insomniac

Release Date: October 10, 1995

Insomniac is the follow up to Green Day’s breakthrough album “Dookie” which was released a year and a half prior which seems like a quick/short time between albums. 253 more words


Album Review - Jamie T "Carry On The Grudge"

It has been over 4 years since Wimbledon-born Jamie Treays’ last outing, and its been even longer since he burst onto the scene with his debut album, featuring hit  542 more words


ALBUM REVIEW: Mad Season – Above (Deluxe Edition) (2013)

Artist: Mad Season
Album: Above (Deluxe Edition)
Release Date: 1st April 2013
Genre: Grunge, alternative rock, blues rock

Arriving some eighteen years after the bands only album, supergroup Mad Season’s Above has been released in Deluxe Edition form with a host of nice extras including three unreleased tracks and contains both a CD and DVD of the group’s famous performance at the Moore Theatre in Seattle in 1995. 276 more words


ROYAL BLOOD - 'Royal Blood' (Warner Bros) [9]

Royal Blood’s blueprint is simple; hack Led Zeppelin back to its thunderous rhythm section, chuck in Prince’s aim for a bona fide hit, and play every bass throb and snare strike like it’s your last on earth. 91 more words


KERBDOG - 'Congregation' (Pledge) ★★★

The intentions behind this release are entirely sound, heralding – as it does – the return of Irish post-grungers Kerbdog, 17 years after apathy inexplicably felled them in their prime. 68 more words

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