Our second new EP of ‘exciting release review day’ is the excellent second EP from Rugby rockers wars As Within // So Without, their first longer form release since debut album around three years ago. And it’s been well worth the wait.
Today is exciting release review day – yep, that might not catch on – which kicks off with a preview of Glow, the launch of the second EP from East London’s finest Chapter and Verse.
We’re beginning to run out of superlatives for High Wycombe sextet As Everything Unfolds, who impress once again with their second EP Closure, which is out on Friday (19 October). Our … Continue reading EP Review: As Everything Unfolds – Closure
Glasgow rockers Tenements are set to unleash their distinctive 2000s post-hardcore throwback sound upon the world with the launch of their debut EP at the end of this month (31 … Continue reading EP Review: Tenements – What Hasn’t Killed You Is Only Getting Stronger
Hull tech metal quartet Dividium are quite the metal melting pot, fusing huge mathy guitars and delicious solos with a kaleidoscope of vocal offerings, from classic metal vocals through to … Continue reading Introducing: Dividium
Rock newcomers In The Cards have come a long way from their days as school friends in the Midlands town of Stoke-on-Trent. Their delicious combination of soaring melodies, energetic choruses … Continue reading Introducing: In The Cards
Taking a break out of avoiding salvaging ships in the aftermath of a European wall being erected by Donald Trump in 2025, we being to your attention of musical duo … Continue reading Introducing: Go Gracious
Scottish rockers Playing With Punkarella have had an eventful existence in terms of comings and goings, but seem to have settled into life as a rock duo. The current line-up … Continue reading Introducing: Playing With Punkarella
Bedfordshire’s finest SEASONS return with a brilliant new record that takes their fusion of delicious rocky riffs with approachable, catchy vocals to another level this Friday (20 April). One of … Continue reading EP Review: SEASONS – Chapters
The unmistakable raucous punk sound of south London’s Pretty Pistol returns with a second EP that sees the London band stamp their mark on the UK’s punk scene. Led by … Continue reading EP Review: Pretty Pistol – Welcome To The Dead Club
Kent metalcore quintet Cove are about to blow away the UK metal scene with an EP that is crushingly brilliant. The five-piece, our New Band of the Week last month, have … Continue reading EP Review: Cove – A Conscious Motion
The new-found more melodic edge to Bristol metalcore band Backroads today comes to fruition with the launch of debut EP Faith Left Me, You Did Too. But don’t be fooled … Continue reading EP Review: Backroads – Faith Left Me, You Did Too