ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Royal Blood’ by Royal Blood

There are bands with hype around them and them there are Royal Blood. Since forming in 2012, the Brighton duo have rocketed up the British rock ladder, gaining scores of fans on an almost daily basis, those including Radio 1’s new music mogul Zane Lowe and the Arctic Monkeys (AM drummer Matt Helders specifically requested … More ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Royal Blood’ by Royal Blood

ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Great Divide’ by Twin Atlantic

On 14th October 2012, Austrian skydiver Felix Baumgartner set the world record for the highest free fall jump after jumping to Earth from a height of twenty-four miles in a project known as the ‘mission to the edge of space’. Red Bull sponsored the event, and soundtracking it all was Twin Atlantic’s Free. How fitting … More ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Great Divide’ by Twin Atlantic

ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Memoirs Of A Murderer’ by King 810

Search for King 810 online and you’ll come across all kinds of horrific stuff – how their hometown of Flint, Michigan is considered one of the most dangerous places in America, and how on average, at least one person is killed there every week; how their live shows have gained a reputation for being extremely … More ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Memoirs Of A Murderer’ by King 810

ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Get Hurt’ by The Gaslight Anthem

If comparing The Gaslight Anthem to Bruce Springsteen is still a thing, it’s time for it to stop. Whereas previously the New Jersey quartet had stuck to their chosen sound of The Boss’s heartland rock stapled to their soulful punk backbone, on Get Hurt, the band’s fifth full length, they’ve more or less done away … More ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Get Hurt’ by The Gaslight Anthem