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There are a lot of great alternative bands in Australia right now, and one of the many making a name for themselves is...

Review: Reel Big Fish – Life Sucks…Let’s Dance!

If you’re looking for an album that is gonna make you laugh, smile and just generally feel good, look no further! “Life Sucks…Let’s Dance!...

Review: Fall & Resist – Fading Cinders

There's not many times in a person's life that you'll put on an album expecting one thing and getting something greater, more...

Review: Marc Durkee – Remain In Stasis

The new album, ‘Remain In Stasis’ by progressive rock/metal artist Marc Durkee is set for release later this month, and is a compelling evolution...

Review: He Danced Ivy – Optimistic Cynic

Considering that they have been hell-bent on breaking the mould since their inception, it comes as no surprise that Aussie geniuses He...

Review: Taking Back Sunday – Twenty

A  hell of a lot has happened in the last two decades, but Taking Back Sunday have something extraordinary to celebrate in the new...

Review: Coma Rossi – Self Titled

Indian prog rock group Coma Rossi had four years between forming the band and releasing their debut indie record to come up...

Review: Rainburn – Insignify

Prog rock / Metal is generally allowed – and to some extent even expected – to be cheesy and conceptual (and kinda...

Review: Zealotry – At The Nexus Of Stillborn Worlds

An impossible combination of density, technicality and melody converge on a harrowing death metal experience.

Review: Witching Hour – ” …And Silent Grief Shadows the Passing Moon”

Magickal, energetic and addictive Ancient Black Thrash from Germany that you don't want to miss!

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Review: King Diamond – Songs For The Dead Live

The King is well and truly back! With the first release since 2007’s ‘Give Me Your Soul … Please’, King Diamond has risen...