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I remember once while recording in a studio, the producer told me that mixing Metal & Punk was an unusual idea and had no commercial potential. Clearly he was talking out of his arse, as proven by Hawk Eyes who managed to seamlessly flit in and out of genres with the greatest of ease on [...]
As I write this it’s snowing. A lot. Chris is probably very, very angry about it, but I like snow. It gives me a chance to sit down and listen to some new music for starters. And this album by InMe called The Pride is new music by any definition. It may be very influenced [...]
Six songs on this – I’d say that’s too many for an EP and too few for an album. So maybe it’s an Epbum. What it also is is rather unusual. Cynic are, according to the industry-determined genre categorisations, a ‘technical deathmetal’ band. But there isn’t any sign of that on here… What you do [...]
Sunday Recovery’s debut album has been a long time coming. First forming in 2009, the Italian quartet have finally created Coma, an album described as ‘epic, ambitious rock’. Hate to be frank, but I feel that epic is taking this album a little too far. Yes, we have inspiration from the likes of Muse (‘Young [...]
If this were a film narrated by Morgan Freeman, we’d say, “every story has a beginning”. This is certainly true of the relationship between Superstar Destroyer Records and Black Market Serotonin. After three skinny twenty-somethings approached the original Superstar Destroyer team (then planning an alternative clubnight), and asked if they were into progressive rock, who [...]