Posts by johntdavidson

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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Review: Farewell, My Love – Gold Tattoos

As a grown man of nearly 33, I could scarcely be the most suitable candidate for reviewing this record. That

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Review: Five Finger Death Punch – The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell Vol 1.

Going into this review knowing that it’s for Five Finger Death Punch is, in some respects, quite daunting… A band

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Review: Them Wolves – German For Duke EP

Noisy, aggressive and austere, Them Wolves have risen through heady company. Having gigged with the likes of Trash Talk, Wet

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Review : Deathline- Every Dying Breath

London/Finland originates Deathline here present a single, two remixes and an original demo. A proposed amalgam of Suicide, Neubauten and

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Review: Scouts – Honour EP

Hosted on the enigmatic and fancy Project Rodney site, Scouts are an emo-orientated hardcore band from North West England. Opening

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Review: Mekanism – The End Of Fear

In keeping with my remit, here is some more metal from Finland. Mekanism are a very knowing cock-rocking, leathery band,

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