Posts by johntdavidson

Single Review: Blood Command – Cult Drugs

Norway is a place with a defiant, intriguing musical history. Home to some intense conduct in the shape of Kvelertak,

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Single Review: Jet Rewind – Someone Else

The other day I was waiting for a bus. I didn’t have my headphones with me, and I had no

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Album Review: A Tribe Called Quest – We Got It From Here… Thank You 4 Your Service

Back in 1985 two friends from Queens chose to make new rap by unconventional means. Yes, A Tribe Called Quest

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EP Review: Dirty Saint – Professional Beggar

Sassy, shade-sporting, wide-stanced gunslingers Dirty Saint relocated from their native Auckland to England because of increasing demand for their product,

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Album Review: The Devil Wears Prada – 8:18

Christian metalcore, as a genre, has no shortage of detractors. Many source its fundamental unlikeability to its implied, often third-tier

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Album Review: Miley Cyrus – Bangerz

As a hate figure for the easily outraged, Destiny Hope Cyrus has excelled. Number 1 album and singles on both

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Review: Middleman – Counterstep

Leeds-based quartet Middleman are a bit dangerous. Having every track on your new album licensed out to adverts is rare,

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EP Review: Cordelaine Giant – Self Titled

London two piece Cordelaine Giant are developing at pace. Their beautifully packaged 4 track EP was partially funded through that

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Album Review: Jahmene Douglas – Love Never Fails

X-Factor runner up (second is first after first!) Jahmene Douglas has overcome confidence issues, himself and his detractors to release

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Review: Crossfaith – Apocalypse

2006 saw the birth of Japanese electro-metalcore pounders Crossfaith. Since their inception they’ve developed a sound previously under-used in their

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