Category Archives: Music/Concert Reviews

Review: ‘You Will Never Be One Of Us’ by Nails

The biggest criticism I have of (a lot of, but not all) modern heavy music is that it sounds too clean. Yes, bands will use a lot of distortion on their guitars and the drummers play ferociously but due to the sheer amount … Continue reading

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Review: Leave Me Alone by Hinds

I was contemplating starting this review off with an apology. However, I then changed my mind to make it a confession. I remembered that the primary aim of this was to be an album review, not my personal commentary. So, let’s … Continue reading

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Review: Bring Me The Horizon – That’s The Spirit

It’s been a while since I was last acquainted with Sheffield metallers Bring Me The Horizon. I believe it was four years ago when I heard ‘Anthem’, one of the songs from their 2010 album ‘There Is A Hell, Believe Me … Continue reading

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Votes For Triple J Hottest 100, 2014

  Like many other Australian music fans, I try to make the annual effort for vote for Triple J Hottest 100, a competition that has been going on since 1993 (in its current form). For those not familiar with Triple … Continue reading

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Review: ‘District of Dystopia’ by Jucifer

Jucifer’s latest release is exactly what you’d expect from this band – no-frills sludge metal. And when I say no frills, here’s what you get in the album. Vocalist (x1) Drum kit (x1) Extremely distorted and downtuned guitar (x1) Songs … Continue reading

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Moonsorrow Live at the HiFi Bar

I firmly believe that Things are more enjoyable when they’re free. This is certainly true of concerts. After leaving the Korpiklaani concert several weeks ago, I noticed a poster for Moonsorrow’s Australian tour outside The Zoo. I went home, listened … Continue reading

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