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ITALIA 90 – ‘Italia 90’ EP Review

ITALIA 90 – 'Italia 90' EP Review

ITALIA 90 – Italia 90 Confession: We are suckers for a footie reference here at Punk Online towers and the superbly named Italia 90 brought a smile full of memories to our chops. When we read the accompanying blurb to the bands eponymously title EP, it clinched

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RENO DIVORCE – ‘Ship Of Fools’ EP Review

RENO DIVORCE – 'Ship Of Fools' EP Review

RENO DIVORCE – Ship Of Fools In 2011, 2012 and 2013 Reno Divorce were named the best Punk band in Denver by Westword Magazine. The trio are influenced by bands like Social Distortion, Adolescents or Bad Religion but have their own special take on the genre. They

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THE MAHONES – ’25 Years Of Irish Punk’ Album Review

THE MAHONES – '25 Years Of Irish Punk' Album Review

THE MAHONES – 25 Years Of Irish Punk The Very Best Of From an Irish pub to an Academy Award winning movie, The Mahones have come a long way in 24 years! Heralded as pioneers of the Irish punk scene, and internationally recognized as one of the

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H BOMB HOLIDAY CAMP – ‘Close To The Borderline’ Review

H BOMB HOLIDAY CAMP – 'Close To The Borderline' Review

H BOMB HOLIDAY CAMP – Close To The Borderline H-Bomb Holiday Camp were formed in December 2015 and their debut album is special. From the sub-one minute opener of the title track Close To The Borderline, it is clear that we are for a treat as the

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VOICE OF ADDICTION – ‘The Lost Art Of Empathy’ Album Review

VOICE OF ADDICTION – 'The Lost Art Of Empathy' Album Review

VOICE OF ADDICTION – The Lost Art Of Empathy Voice Of Addiction are politically charged and socially conscious Chicago based punk-rockers. They has been around over a decade doing 1,200 shows across the U.S. & Canada. Having five official releases & independently selling 6,500 physical copies (as

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MERMAIDENS – ‘Perfect Body’ Album Review

MERMAIDENS – 'Perfect Body' Album Review

MERMAIDENS – Perfect Body Mermaidens are a three-piece outfit from Wellington, New Zealand, who are defined by intricate and unique songwriting. The band cites the likes of Warpaint, Fugazi, Exploded View and Sleater-Kinney as influences.  The album opens with the title track, Perfect Body and is full of

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GALLERY CIRCUS – ‘Chi-Town Dogs’ EP Review

GALLERY CIRCUS – 'Chi-Town Dogs' EP Review

GALLERY CIRCUS – Chi-Town Dogs Hailing from Newcastle, UK and comprising of identical twin brothers Daniel & Graeme Ross, Gallery Circus produce a sound that has some of the aggressive bluesy twists of Royal Blood with a little glam rock twist! Over the past year the duo have

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WAGE WAR – ‘Deadweight’ Album Review

WAGE WAR – 'Deadweight' Album Review

WAGE WAR – Deadweight Ocala, Florida’s Wage War has announced details for their forthcoming sophomore album, titled Deadweight, which was produced by A Day To Remember vocalist Jeremy McKinnon and Andrew Wade (Neck Deep, The Ghost Inside). The album is due out August 4 on Fearless. Wage War is certain to incite frenzied

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JABBA – ‘Vice’ Album Review

JABBA – 'Vice' Album Review

JABBA – Vice Commonly known as “the only rock band in Tromsø”, Jabba originally hails from the rural town of Sørreisa and have fought their way through the harsh street life of this unforgiving northern settlement with loads of perseverance and struggle. After 10 years of backbreaking

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GROUPOEM – ‘Dirt Church!’ Album Review

GROUPOEM – 'Dirt Church!' Album Review

GROUPOEM – Dirt Church! Groupoem have reunited and released a new album – Dirt Church! The band began in 1983 as “Mr. Science”, before transforming into “Groupoem” in 1986. In 1987, the band went on an American tour and created an extensive catalog of powerful original music

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THE PHOSPHORUS BOMBS – ‘Cancers’ Album Review

THE PHOSPHORUS BOMBS – 'Cancers' Album Review

THE PHOSPHORUS BOMBS – Cancers Over the past 2.5 years, Sydney-based skate punkers The Phosphorus Bombs have released two well received EPs. They have spent the last year working on their debut full length Cancers, that was self-produced by the band and recorded by guitarist Michael Sale, with the finishing

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FAKE LAUGH – ‘Fake Laugh’ Album Review

FAKE LAUGH – 'Fake Laugh' Album Review

FAKE LAUGH – Fake Laugh Fake Laugh’s self-titled debut album was released on July 28th. The album comes from Berlin-born, London-based artist Kamran Khan. Although busy with many projects, Khan confesses that once upon a time Fake Laugh was “a bit of fun on the side”. However, the project is

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