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Review: All the Best Tapes' All the Best Tapes

Weirdness! I like a touch of the odd when it comes to music because bands who are more willing to be a bit strange often stumble across the most interesting ideas and All the Best Tapes are no exception. 419 more words


In Love Your Mother - The Great Ape Project (Review)

In Love Your Mother are from Switzerland. The band play short blasts of heavy Metallic Hardcore that takes parts of bands like The Dillinger Escape Plan, Meshuggah, System of a Down, Mastodon and Tool; Mathcore meets Progressive Metal. 135 more words


Shokran - Supreme Truth

It’s not the first time that the Russians have taken me by surprise when it comes to metal and this time, its Shokran!

With an extremely oriental influence, more of Egyptian mythology, the album kickstarted with an  interlude that had me out of words. 115 more words


Body Hound (ex Rolo Tomassi), Salvatore Leone + The Broken Oak Duet – Firefly, Worcester – July 11, 2014

photo credit – Joe Singh of snaprockandpop photography – www.snaprockandpop.co.uk

Mathcore is not everyone’s cup of spiky musical tea. Some say it’s fiddly and discordant. Some say it’s like listening to a Van Halen album on a broken cassette player, all show-offishly hard guitar parts and time changes so random and so frequent that it all makes you feel a bit sick. 477 more words


Touring: The Rodeo Idiot Engine and Oblivionized

A double-dose of heaviness is currently wreaking havoc across the UK. The Rodeo Idiot Engine and Scumscene favourites Oblivionized are currently touring and you’d be a fool to miss them. 55 more words


Review: Irk's Bread and Honey

Irk are a rather interesting prospect. The band take the off kilter, palm-muted chaos of djent and mix it with progressive metal in a similar vein to Deftones and earthtone9 and it makes for a sound that is wonderfully unique. 493 more words


See: Department of Correction announce US tour, new video

Paris Grind/Mathcore band Department of Correction have just announced an extensive tour of the US next month, taking in 21 dates as far and wide as Brooklyn, Austin and Miami, alongside home favourites Budd Dwyer. 133 more words