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Naomi Sanders

Cardiff | 22 | Postgraduate Student | Music Lover

Album Review: The Faim – State Of Mind

Imagine that you were able to break out of your country’s music scene and able to spread your music across seas around the world. Imagine your debut EP gaining success and starting a fanbase. Imagine then releasing your full-length album. This is all the scenario for the Australian band, The …

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Album Review: Hollywood Vampires – Rise

Like a vampire rising from their coffins, another Hollywood Vampires album has descended from the heavens…or at least from the supergroup featuring the likes of Alice Cooper, Joe Perry, and Johnny Depp. As it has been 4 years since their debut record, there’s a lot to be expected from Rise, …

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Album Review: Danny Worsnop – Shades Of Blue

Whilst most people know Danny Worsnop to front the metalcore band, Asking Alexandria, and some know his work with We Are Harlot, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that his solo work is also equally appreciated. What does is the genre that he decided to take on with his first …

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Album Review: Slaves – Revision EP

On January 18th, Californian post-hardcore band, Slaves released an EP full of their acoustic renditions of some songs from their 3 studio albums, plus 2 new songs. On January 24th, the band announced that singer Jonny Craig will be leaving the band due to him wanting to focus on his …

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Denis Stoff launches new band, Drag Me Out, Hear their debut single, “I’m Sorry” now

Frontman Denis Stoff has today announced the launch of his brand new band, Drag Me Out. With the announcement comes the first single/video ‘I’m Sorry‘, a high energy, synth heavy track with a huge, hooky chorus. Watch the video for ‘I’m Sorry’ below. Speaking on his new project Stoff says: “I just want to say thank you so …

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Album Review: Nita Strauss – Controlled Chaos

Slash. Tom Morello. Jimmy Page. Zakk Wylde. Lita Ford. Jimi Hendrix. There have been many legendary guitarists through time, having played through the evolution of rock and metal, and made their name known through their slick style and killer riffs. If skill and talent in that regard define someone as …

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EP Review: Hollywood Undead – Psalms EP

  Hollywood Undead entered into the nu-metal world in 2008, quite late to the game. They have since toured with acts like Skrillex, created 5 albums over the course of 10 years together, and recently performed at Reading & Leeds Festival. Mentioning Skrillex is actually relevant for this review, as …

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Album Review: City and Colour – Guide Me Back Home Live Album

Folk rock is always interesting to listen to, as the complexity of the songs come from the lyrics more than the music. It is an experience anytime it is played, and something calming to add to your daily soundtrack. It is even more interesting to listen live, and with Dallas …

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Album Review: Bullet For My Valentine – Gravity

After 5 albums, and nearly 20 years performing, Welsh metal group, Bullet For My Valentine, with a new deal with Spinefarm Records, released their new album, Gravity. With promotion on BBC Radio 1, and performing at Download Festival in Donnington, UK, as well as frontman Matt Tuck tweeting “Here we …

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Interview with Chris LoPorto and Danny Rico of Can’t Swim at Slam Dunk Festival 2018

New Jersey rockers, Can’t Swim, haven’t been one for slowing down, having been performing across the States for the past few months. As they finish their first show out of three at Slam Dunk Festival in Leeds City Centre, we chatted with vocalist Chris LoPorto and rhythm guitarist Danny Rico about future plans …

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