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Stillborn: plague/resistance

Stillborn from Vienna are a band that music wise sound a lot like Old Hatebreed (perfection is the death of desire era), Buried alive and bands like that. 87 more words

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Nadine Shah: Holiday Destination

Article originally appeared on The Music 18th Aug 2017

Taking us on a tour through human atrocity as guided by thoughtful earworms, saying Shah’s Holiday Destination is politically charged is like saying batteries hold electricity – true but meaningless unless that energy is channelled.  63 more words


REVIEW: Yeo - Desire Path

Since April, Yeo, the multi-talented musician from Melbourne, has been drip-feeding singles from his latest album, Desire Path. With seven of the 10 tracks already unveiled prior to the release of the project, it’s obvious that Yeo has taken a contrasting path to that of his previous record, 2016’s… 434 more words



Within Destruction are a slamming death metal/deathcore band formed in 2010 from the depths of Jesenice, Slovenia and play a style of Apocalyptic, Damnation and wretched style of Deathcore with Slam compositions. 307 more words


Dedekind Cut – The Expanding Domain

Hallow Ground – September 2017

Christopher Nosnibor

Hallow Ground is one of those niche little labels that exceeds in catering to a small but devoted audience. 339 more words


Bebe Rexha's "All You Fault: Pt. 2" EP Review

Hello, I’m MusiCommentator, and I may not be able to post as much soon.  I know, it is not like I post every day in the first place, but I may have to restrict it to once a week or so.   2,061 more words


Album Review: The Part That No One Knows by Pinact

Scottish indie punks Pinact release their sophomore album The Part That No One Knows on 25th August via Kanine Records. 12 tracks of instantaneous Weezer-esque indie punk condensed into 33 minutes, what more could you want? 317 more words