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THE RAMONAS – ‘You Asked For It’ E.P. Review

THE RAMONAS - 'You Asked For It' E.P. Review

THE RAMONAS – ‘You Asked For It’ The Ramonas are the world’s best-known all-female Ramones tribute band and have been touring the UK, Europe and America since 2008. Their intense, high-energy live shows have earned them a loyal fan base, huge online presence and regular slots at

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ANGEL CREW – ‘XVI’ Album Review

ANGEL CREW - 'XVI' Album Review

ANGEL CREW – XVI As the first track fades away with cries of “Justice is done” I feel as though my head as been pounded repeatedly with a 2×4. Bombardier is an all-out attack on the senses with extremely aggressive vocal delivery over a pounding riff…as the

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PIZZATRAMP – ‘Blowing Chunks’ Album Review

PIZZATRAMP - 'Blowing Chunks' Album Review

PIZZATRAMP – ‘Blowing Chunks’ Welsh band Pizzatramp have just released Blowing Chunks on TNSrecords. From the brilliant opening track CCTV (is that a Discharge track?) they are in your face with fast paced punk rock. It’s fast, exciting, very well produced and had me wanting more. Slick

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VVORSE – ‘Näkyjä Helvetistä’ Album Review

VVORSE - 'Näkyjä Helvetistä' Album Review

VVORSE – Näkyjä Helvetistä It may be a truism to state that Scandinavia as a region has spawned some of the best D-Beat and Hardcore bands of recent years but it certainly applies to VVORSE from Jyväskylä, Finland.  Their debut full length “Näkyjä Helvetistä” (Visions from Hell)

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HATEFUL – ‘Noize From the Streets’ Album Review

HATEFUL - 'Noize From the Streets' Album Review

HATEFUL – Noize From the Streets Scotland’s Hateful open their new album with almost a minute of instrumental introduction. It’s a fitting opening showing their melodic chops and sets up the excellent title track Noize From The Streets and it’s not just the Slade style spelling that

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ARMS ALOFT – ‘What A Time To Be Barely Alive’ Album Review

ARMS ALOFT – 'What A Time To Be Barely Alive' Album Review

ARMS ALOFT – What A Time To Be Barely Alive Opening with some bare guitar strums behind a plaintive voice, Arms Aloft channel Airborne Toxic Event before they launch into a melodic and strong first track on their new album. We Have Nothing To Lose But Our

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MUMMY – ‘Milk’ E.P. Review

MUMMY - 'Milk' E.P. Review

MUMMY – Milk E.P. MUMMY are a DIY punk band from South London who are building a reputation in the UK punk scene. They are playing live with Wonk Unit and supporting Slaves in the near future and on the evidence of this E.P, they are well

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THE GHOSTS OF LOVERS – Self Titled Album Review

THE GHOSTS OF LOVERS - Self Titled Album Review

THE GHOSTS OF LOVERS – The Ghosts Of Lovers The Ghosts Of Lovers were a cult band headquartered in London in the early 1990’s and this album captures all eleven of their studio recordings and four live tracks. The album opens with the truly excellent Tonight, a

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AWKWARD AGE – ‘The First Few Years’ Review

AWKWARD AGE - 'The First Few Years' Review

AWKWARD AGE – The First Few Years Hailing from Tampa, Florida, Awkward Age have just signed up to Little Rocket Records and released a 10 track cassette/digital E.P. entitled ‘The First Few Years‘. The band have been around since the mid 2000’s and have taken on various guises

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CASH REGISTERS – ’20th Century Eyes’ Review

CASH REGISTERS - '20th Century Eyes' Review

CASH REGISTERS – 20th Century Eyes When we reviewed the Cash Registers earlier this year the 18 song Context Demos held the promise of a great deal more. 20th Century Eyes picks up where the former album left off and takes the band forward by quite a

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TIM OT – ‘Let it Rain’ Review

TIM OT - 'Let it Rain' Review

TIM OT – Let It Rain “Still, I don’t know what to make of you. You have a black flag in your window blasting Blink 182” is just one of many excellent lyrics prevalent throughout Tim OT’s debut album, Let it Rain. Having played live with the

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LARK – ‘Blink’ plus Interview

LARK - 'Blink' plus Interview

LARK – An Interview with Karl Bielik The main man behind Lark is Karl Bielik, an accomplished artist as well as musician. We at Punk Online have recently reviewed two Lark albums, Funny Man and Funny Man – The Remixes. Blink is the third CD and is a re-release

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