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DEAD BHUTTOS – ‘Democracy Is The Best Revenge’ EP Review

DEAD BHUTTOS – 'Democracy Is The Best Revenge' EP Review

DEAD BHUTTOS – Democracy Is The Best Revenge Punk rock from Pakistan? Oh yes! Naming a band after the slain members of the Bhuttos, (with a big nod towards Jello and the San Franciscan Dead Kennedys) is bound to attract attention in the country, and that’s exactly what

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BRUTUS – ‘Burst’ Album Review

BRUTUS - 'Burst' Album Review

BRUTUS – Burst Belgium’s heavy atmospheric trio BRUTUS have announced the release of their debut album ‘Burst’ for February 24th 2017 via Hassle Records, and a UK tour beginning in March 2017. Hailing from Leuven, Belgium, BRUTUS create a pummeling, relentless sound. Singing drummer Stefanie Mannaerts mixes black-metal blast beats with math-rock

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CAPITAL YOUTH – ‘Lemonade’ EP Review

CAPITAL YOUTH - 'Lemonade' EP Review

CAPITAL YOUTH – Lemonade Released on Roosevelt Records, which is the bands own label, ‘Lemonade’ by Switzerland’s Capital Youth shows that the band have the true punk DIY ethic. They would best be described as garage punk or indie punk, as the material on this EP recalls

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THE HANGMEN – ‘Necronomicon’ Single Review

THE HANGMEN – 'Necronomicon' Single Review

THE HANGMEN – Necronomicon Punk-rockabilly trio The Hangmen will release their long-awaited new studio material in March on vinyl and download. The cult UK psychobilly band’s three-track EP, ‘Necronomicon‘ opens with the eponymous song. It’s a romp that is held together with a super guitar lick that’ll

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RMBLR – ‘Territory’ Single Review

RMBLR - 'Territory' Single Review

RMBLR – Territory Atlanta based RMBLR (pronounced “Rambler”) feature members of Dino Boys and former members of Sleigh Bells and play very old style almost proto punk which is reminiscent of the Ramones and the New York Dolls. They release their debut 7” single ‘Territory’ on February

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NOT A PART OF IT – ‘Don’t Let The Bastards Down’ Album Review

NOT A PART OF IT – 'Don’t Let The Bastards Down' Album Review

NOT A PART OF IT – Don’t Let The Bastards Down Not A Part Of It are a punk rock band from Eugene, Oregon and they just came to our attention at Punk Online. Their first full length release has been around a while but we’ve just

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METEOR FRIGHT – ‘Can You Help Me?’ EP Review

METEOR FRIGHT – 'Can You Help Me?' EP Review

METEOR FRIGHT – Can You Help Me? With infl­uences from punk bands such as Green Day, The Sex Pistols and Ramones as well as alternative rock band The Pixies, Meteor Fright are a loud, fast, New York City punk rock band. The band were formed in 2015

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REPTILIANS FROM ANDROMEDA – Doomsday We really liked the last EP from Reptilians From Andromeda (see review here so we were excited to receive their new 7″ EP “Doomsday” which was released on 1st of February from Prof Sny Records (Prague-Czech Republic). Reptilians From Andromeda are a female

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FIFTEEN YEARS – ‘Welcome to Hell’ Review

FIFTEEN YEARS - 'Welcome to Hell' Review

FIFTEEN YEARS – Welcome to Hell Playing 1990’s Epitaph/Fat Wreck records style punk rock, the recently formed Fifteen Years have released their debut EP Welcome to Hell. Based in Bristol, England the band have a skate punk sound that is demonstrated on the opening track, Come On

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BRUCE – ‘My Latest Popstar Crush’ Album Review

BRUCE - 'My Latest Popstar Crush' Album Review

BRUCE – My Latest Popstar Crush BRUCE from Belgium have released their new album, My Latest Popstar Crush. They have a pretty unique sound and state influences such as Australian punk bands the Cosmic Psychos, Celibate Rifles, The New Christs, The Eastern Dark and Radio Birdman. The album

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SOUVENIR ATOMICO – Self Titled Album Review

SOUVENIR ATOMICO - Self Titled Album Review

SOUVENIR ATOMICO – Souvenir Atomico Souvenir Atomico are a new band from Mexico who have just released their self-titled debut album. Opening with some clips from a Spanish language movie, Colt 45 launches into a punk version of an Ennio Morricone style western movie soundtrack. Replete with

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THE CONNECTION – ‘Just for Fun’ Album Review

THE CONNECTION - 'Just for Fun' Album Review

THE CONNECTION – Just For Fun As The Connection celebrate their 5th year as a band, they have re-released their early recordings on the Just For Fun album. Opening with a ‘Johnny Be Good’, rock and roll romp, Get Out of Denver is great fun sure to

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