REPORT: The Magpies steal the points at Vale Park If Vale fans were feeling a little down before this game, then there may well be a queue for anti-depressants at doctors’ surgeries around the Burslem area on Monday morning. Vale were sitting right at the foot of the table all on their own until Cheltenham […]
Out today 19.8.16 on Fearless is metalcore quintet The Color Morale‘s new album Desolate Divine. Things change. People change. Fashions change. Bands are no different, they develop and grow and The Color Morale have done just that across their (now) five album career. There is something in the air at the moment – certain bands […]
Con from the 6TR Rock Show brings you this review: It is always great to hear exciting new bands, especially when they are British, have great songs and have something worthwhile and ground-breaking to say. The Black Foxxes new album takes you on a real musical journey against a background of swirling emotions which manifest […]
Out today 12.8.16 on Roadrunner is album This Could Be Heartbreak from Australian metalcore quartet The Amity Affliction. On this, their 5th full length release, The Amity Affliction veer closer to the mainstream than ever before. Bassist/singer Ahren Stringer delivers some ultra radio-friendly clean vocal choruses (check out title-track video below), contrasting these are other […]
Con from the show reviews this album, released on Friday 5th August ‘Make Some Noise’ from The Dead Daisies. If you are a fan of Guns ‘N’ Roses, Aerosmith and Classic Rock in general then The Dead Daisies new album Make Some Noise will be right up your street. A band’s third album has always […]
Friday 5th August saw post-rock trio Russian Circles release their sixth album ‘Guidance’ via Sargeant House. When you have no singer (Russian Circles are purely instrumental) the music HAS to have something to say. And here it does, the album takes you from the beautiful to the sinister, from the delicate to the brutal and […]
Friday 5th August saw Australian emo-rockers MOOSE BLOOD released their eagerly awaited sophomore album ‘Blush’ via Hopeless. The band have a happy knack of packaging heartaching lyrics in a catchy pop punk wrapping. That means you can have a party AND a mope with these guys! Erring towards the formulaic in places, this is balanced […]
In a memorable episode of Friends as late as 1999, Joey (the red-blooded, womanising alpha-male) has to defend his man-bag to the beta- and gamma- males, exclaiming: “Just coz you don’t understand something doesn’t make it wrong.” A great moment
…if anything is going to bring this country to its knees, … It will be mental health.
Basically, something awful has happened: we’ve learned how to live longer!