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Sheffield mob Dead Harts released their debut album for just £2 over at Band Camp and it’s well worth the money. That is, if you love being violently earfucked by your music. Opening track and single, ‘All Washed Up’ feels like a full-on dropkick to the chest and you’re spending the rest of the album [...]
Pat Egan, the longtime Director of Sales at Relapse Records, died tragically on Monday 18th February, 2013. Honouring the man who played a key part in the success of so many Relapse bands and records, a 20 track compilation has been put released, featuring a collection of his favorite songs and artists. Featuring tracks from [...]
Last year we reviewed Hail The Monsters from For The Imperium. Nathan listened to it. Then he listened to it again and scratched his head some. The songs on For The Imperium are kind of like having your ‘insert music player of own preference’ on a 15 second shuffle. Pike River could be a techno [...]
Along with other American groups that have become prominent in recent years such as The Armed or The Chariot, Octaves take a great amount of their inspiration from The Dillinger Escape Plan. Although the influence of Dillinger is very recognizable, Octaves introduce more than enough twists and new ideas on their sound in order to [...]
There seems to be an unwritten rule here at Dawn Of The Deaf that anytime something suitably weird comes through the door it has an uncanny habit of finding its way onto my poorly lit, over cluttered desk, so it should come as no surprise that a copy of For The Imperium’s eponymously titled new [...]
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 [...]
Just when I thought the year was coming to a quiet and serene close as far as metal was concerned, I got my hands on a copy of Pyrrhon’s latest album An Excellent Servant But A Terrible Master. With one listen, my brain was thoroughly warped and fried – and my holidays were just turned [...]