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Album Review: The Acacia Strain-Coma Witch

The Acacia Strain are a veteran deathcore band out of Massachusetts. The bands had several line up changes over the years with the only original member still in the band being the lead vocalist Vincent Bennett. That hasn’t stopped them though – Coma Witch is the band’s eighth album and they’re still bringing you the same sense
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Single Review: City of Ashes – Masks

Eastbourne’s alt rockers City of Ashes follow up previous single Waves from their debut album All We Left Behind with new track Masks, which certainly makes for an interesting listen. “Alt rock”, especially in Britain, is a term that can conjure up all sorts of negative musical connotations but City of Ashes’ sound on Masks
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Single Review: Glacier Pacific-Canyons

Glacier Pacific are a four piece, unsigned band originating from Leeds, England. The band released their first single, Canyons, fairly recently in July 2014. The track is definitely easy to listen to, moving at a comfortable, steady pace. Reminiscent of a lazy Sunday morning, it has a contemplative, soothing air, which is highlighted by the
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Single Review: Friar’s Lantern – Intro

Friars Lantern are a duo from Brighton who are aspiring to produce music that is inspired by certain programmes and films such as American Horror Story and others alike. They had released a previous single before this release called “Possessive Voices” which was a different angle of music which is hard to find. The track
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Film Review: Ouija

Of all the moronic board games that could be adapted into a major motion picture (like Battleship, for instance), Ouija actually makes some sense. Most people start playing with a genuine feeling of creepiness, like someone is looking over their shoulder. After a few minutes, of course, you realize it’s stupid and then you quickly
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Live Review: Patent Pending @ The Key Club, Leeds October 22nd

Patent Pending played the newly opened Slam Dunk venue, The Key Club, Wednesday night. They were supported by female fronted pop-rock band Hype Theory, as well as Huntington ska rockers Suburban Legends. This was the first time any of these bands has played this venue with it still being very new, but they definitely adapted
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Free Music: Fragile Creatures

It’s Free Music Friday and that can mean only one thing. We’re pleased to introduce you to Fragile Creatures and their self-titled EP. Brighton alternative pop and indie rock band, Fragile Creatures are a five piece influenced by the likes of Blur, The Clash, The Beatles, Radiohead, The Cure, The Band, Elliott Smith, The Beach Boys, Grizzly Bear,
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Free Music: Thyla-Sticky Red

It’s Free Music Friday and that can mean only one thing. We’re pleased to introduce you to Thyla and Sticky Red, the first track off the War EP. Thyla are a alternative rock/grunge four piece from Brighton, fronted by guitarist and vocalist Millie Duthie, that create an exciting industrial blend of electric guitars, coupled with moody vocals.
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Free Music: Young Attenborough-Isolations

It’s Free Music Friday and that can mean only one thing. We’re pleased to introduce you to Young Attenborough and their debut album, Isolations. Young Attenborough are a three-piece from Brighton with unique and unusual track names like That Ain’t Bread (That’s Toast) and Borrowed Bikes. They define their sound as power-slop and soft-punk. It’s loud
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News: Of Mice & Men Release New Video

Of Mice & Men are now streaming the new video for their track Feels Like Forever, premiered on USA Today. “The song is about an internal battle and feeling like everything is crashing down on you, it’s raining down on you, drowning you,” Says Austin Carlile. “It’s a song that we want to empower people to
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