Tag: reviews

Monoloc: Drought

A magic EP of two instant classics...

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Suitably Complex Brutality: Red Before Black (Cannibal Corpse)

Focus, work ethic, rhythmic dexterity and lots of entrails...

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Gloomy Doomy Scandi Metal Mashup (Monolord, Enisferum, Cardinals Folly)

Guts and Gusto win out whilst Grammar Gets Gutted. ...

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It’s Real, Darling! Real Estate (Roundhouse, 13 June 2017)

Summer energy (of the welcome kind) comes to Camden ...

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(Other People’s) Hooks in the Millions (Olsson)

Destined to be discarded, Olsson pushes the right buttons with Millions. Just not hard enough....

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Secret Gardens, Crests of Darkness and Goblin Metal.

No filler. A roundup from the bleak plains of heavy metal, featuring Nekrogoblikon, Ecnephias, Crest of Darknessm Secrets of the Sky and Angra...

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Officer?! There’s mashed potato on the Pentonville Road! [The Lovely Eggs]

dropcap style=”font-size:100px; color:#992211;”T/dropcaphere are six people who probably tune in to my witterings, four of whom have probably already abandoned ship half way through this...

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Despair, evil, murder and suicide. Monthly Metal Medley

This is like rolling a natural 20 in a particularly bleak game of D&D. You’ve lucked out, and the Gods do smile upon thee, which is certainly a step up from most weeks when it’s more like an...

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How to ride a comet side-saddle. Lydia Ainsworth live.

dropcap style=”font-size:100px; color:#992211;”T/dropcap he moon turns cycles and the horse year now makes way for the gentler graces of the goat. Lighter hooves are the order of the day....

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The Flaming Lips, London 2006

The Flaming Lips Hammersmith Apollo 14th of November. 2006. A review...

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