Posts Tagged ‘review’

  • Ampwrecked 14: New Music For Your Ears

    Aug 28, 17 • AMPWreCked, Features, Introducing, News, Reviews, Videos, WelcomeComments Off on Ampwrecked 14: New Music For Your Ears
    Ampwrecked 14: New Music For Your Ears

    Death From Above keep up with the wrestling theme. Propagandhi invite us for a drink. The Bronx go rock 'n roll. Unsane cover everything in blood. METZ destroy our ears through a mess of wires. And So I Watch You From Afar show off their new wings and Converge go completely brutal. ...

  • Ampwrecked: New tracks for your ears 10

    Jan 10, 17 • AMPWreCked, Features, Introducing, mp3's, News, Reviews, VideosComments Off on Ampwrecked: New tracks for your ears 10
    Ampwrecked: New tracks for your ears 10

    It's 2017! Let's kick off the new year with a few new-ish tracks or something! Plus, I needed a post to kickstart the website for 2017, as I'm not sure what to write about. Darko, Less Than Jake, GUG, Oak, Pulled Apart By Horses and Code Orange all step up to the plate and deliver some riffs/horns/more riffs. Enjoy. ...

  • Ampwrecked #3 – New Tracks For Your Ears

    Feb 6, 16 • AMPWreCked, Blogroll, Features, Introducing, mp3's, News, Reviews, VideosComments Off on Ampwrecked #3 – New Tracks For Your Ears
    Ampwrecked #3 – New Tracks For Your Ears

    In this issue of Ampwrecked... METZ and their Full Auto attack, Lonely The Brave return, La Chinga make one hell of a sexual noise, Graf Orlock time travel, Agoraphobic Nosebleed cover everything in sludge, KEN Mode have loads of fun and Mr Velocity Hopkins are....well, see for yourself. ...

  • Girl Band / Prom @ 100 Club, 7 October 2015

    Oct 9, 15 • Features, Frenzied live gigs, Introducing, News, ReviewsComments Off on Girl Band / Prom @ 100 Club, 7 October 2015
    Girl Band / Prom @ 100 Club, 7 October 2015

    Opening with the hammering feedback debauchery of Um Bongo, (the first track from Holding Hands With Jamie) Girl Band launch head first into this 13-song packed set with urgency and unhinged lunacy. Despite vocalist Dara Kiely still suffering from a bad leg, he manages to writhe and hobble around the stage, progressively descending into a sweaty, dishevelled mess of a man, but still utterly captivating...

  • Sonisphere 2014 – Friday 4 July

    Jul 10, 14 • Features, Frenzied live gigs, News, ReviewsComments Off on Sonisphere 2014 – Friday 4 July
    Sonisphere 2014 – Friday 4 July

    I am finally home from Sonisphere after spending what felt like an age in a car park queue topping up the tan on one of my arms. Things like hot running water and a cup of tea are taken for granted far too much when you've spent four days coating your body in dry shampoo, using baby wipes and eating bruised apples, washed down with warm Carlsberg...

  • Torche – Harmonicraft

    May 20, 12 • Features, Introducing, News, ReviewsComments Off on Torche – Harmonicraft
    Torche – Harmonicraft

    Band – Torche Album – Harmonicraft Label – Volcom Release date – out now Sounds like – see album artwork for details The artwork for Torche‘s ‘Harmonicraft’ is nothing short of incredible. Cute-looking pony/horse/monsters vomiting rainbows! Entire worlds trapped within some of these equine creatures, like some bizarre Terry Pratchett acid-dream! Pink demons with yellow [&hellip...

  • Pulled Apart By Horses – Tough Love

    Mar 23, 12 • Blogroll, Features, News, ReviewsComments Off on Pulled Apart By Horses – Tough Love
    Pulled Apart By Horses – Tough Love

    Band – Pulled Apart By Horses Album – Tough Love Label – Trangressive Records Release date – Now Sounds like – Epic cursed wolf handed bromance dipped in gold I would hate to say that Pulled Apart By Horses have grown up. ‘Tough Love’ is, in many respects, just as stupid, loud, obnoxious and gnarly [&hellip...

  • Rock Sound 100% Volume No. 148

    May 27, 11 • Blogroll, Features, News, Reviews, Rock SoundComments Off on Rock Sound 100% Volume No. 148
    Rock Sound 100% Volume No. 148

    Twin Atlantic – The Ghost of Eddie This actually gets better with repeated listens – at first, it’s kind of flat and a bit ‘rock by numbers’; but it’s a real grower. There’s some storming moments, especially the crunching last minute and a half, which lurches with a Pulled Apart By Horses, grungy strut of [&hellip...