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Membranes – What Nature Gives… Nature Takes Away (Cherry Red Records)

The Membranes had always been on my peripheral vision and having been around since 1977 well they should have been. However after seeing them a couple of years back supporting Killing Joke founding member and Louder Than War head honcho… Continue Reading →

Barst – The Endeavour (Consouling Sounds)

Apparently this is the seventh release from Belgian collective Barst. I can’t say I know much about the first five but last album ‘The Western Lands’ went down a treat. Imaginative, experimental and with literary source going back to William… Continue Reading →

Godflesh – Post Self (Avalanche Recordings)

I have to admit that I have little time to go chasing music that doesn’t turn up here. New Electric Wizard not received, oh well, new Morbid Angel well we didn’t get it either, fuck em, new Godflesh, where is… Continue Reading →

Disappears – Irreal (Kranky)

So we are more in Pitchfork than Iron Fist or Terrorizer territory here but we like to mix things up a bit and Disappears sound is certainly one that I am au fait with. I have fleeting memories of their… Continue Reading →

Killing Joke – In Dub (Killing Joke Records)

With Absolute Dissent and MMXII arriving in 2010 and 2012 respectively naturally fans of Killing Joke are keeping ears to the ground in the hope of news concerning a new 2014 studio album. We do however know that nothing should… Continue Reading →

Lethe – When Dreams Become Nightmares (Debemur Morti)

If you’re looking for seamless meeting of metal and electronica that’s just as suited to a Sunday morning as a Friday night, you may have just stumbled into the right place. When Dreams Become Nightmares is the band’s first platter… Continue Reading →

Culture Shock & Supports – Bristol Trinity Centre 5/10/13

Bit of a history lesson here as there is a lot behind the headliners. Culture Shock were a more dance/ ska offshoot of anarcho punk band The Subhumans and were hugely respected, releasing a handful of albums and EP’s and… Continue Reading →

RDF, Hagar The Womb, The Astronauts & Shocks Of Mighty – London Underworld 18/8/13

Scroll down for photo gallery “Brilliant” is the word uttered from the mouth of the singer of Shocks Of Mighty as he looks out from the stage realising that the audience had not even reached double figures. Most were still… Continue Reading →

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