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ANTI-PASTI – ‘Rise Up’ Review

ANTI-PASTI - 'Rise Up' Review

ANTI-PASTI – Rise Up! It’s taken a few weeks for the record company to send us a copy of Rise Up! We have been reading the reviews of the album and, although they are mostly positive, some have been disappointed. For me, Anti-Pasti are one of seminal

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ROLE MODELS – ‘Forest Lawn’ Review

ROLE MODELS - 'Forest Lawn' Review

ROLE MODELS – Forest Lawn In the year 2016, punk rock comes in many shapes and sizes. From the fast and furious to the post-punk goth-infused to the power-pop-punk efforts of which Role Models can be categorized under (albeit, we tend to see punk as a state

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BUTANNA – ‘Retribution’ Review

BUTANNA - 'Retribution' Review

BUTANNA – Retribution The new album from Oakland’s Butanna is even better than their debut which we reviewed here http://punkonline.co.uk/butanna-demo-review/ The opening track, Pleasure Principle rocks along to a speeded up Cramps-like riff with some angry screamed and very angry sounding vocals – it is a super

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LESS DECEIVED – ‘We Could Find New Ways to Walk Home’ E.P. Review

LESS DECEIVED - 'We Could Find New Ways to Walk Home' E.P. Review

LESS DECEIVED – ‘We Could Find New Ways to Walk Home’ For the second time in a month, we have received a new release from a band coming out of Hull, East Yorkshire. Less Deceived have been at it as band for about two years now and

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ZEITGEIST 77 – ‘We Are Zeitgeist 77’ Review

ZEITGEIST 77 - 'We Are Zeitgeist 77' Review

ZEITGEIST 77 – ‘We Are Zeitgeist 77′ Hailing from the North East of England, Zeitgeist 77 are a punk band that take all of the diversity of the first wave of British punk, put in the mixer, shake it up a bit and produce a fresh new sound

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THE BAND FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION

THE BAND FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION

THE BAND FOR DISEASE CONTROL AND PREVENTION – ‘Self Titled’ The wonderfully named Band For Disease Control and Prevention originate from Gateshead, Tyne and Wear and describe their music genre as ‘alternative punk rock’. After several listens to their self-titled album it’s a very good description with the

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NEPTUNE’S INFERNO – ‘Abyss’ Review

NEPTUNE'S INFERNO - 'Abyss' Review

NEPTUNE’S INFERNO – ‘Abyss’ Whooahhhhh….whoaaaahhhhhh….how can one person create this much noise, this much power, this much energy? Neptune’s Inferno Founded in 2012 by Vincent Napolitano, Neptune’s Inferno is a one-man extreme sludge/doom outfit from New York.  Abyss is released this month and you better turn on

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DEAD HANDS – ‘Nobody Exists on Purpose’ Review

DEAD HANDS - 'Nobody Exists on Purpose' Review

DEAD HANDS – ‘Nobody Exists on Purpose’ The good folks from Dead Hands asked us to review their debut six track EP of chaotic riffs inspired by the likes of The Dillinger Escape Plan (RIP), Heck and Cancer Bats. Well, as an accommodating crew, we opened up

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KLAMMER – ‘Everything Depends Upon the King’ Review

KLAMMER - 'Everything Depends Upon the King' Review

KLAMMER – ‘Everything Depends Upon the King’ We were delighted to receive the latest single from Klammer after reviewing their second album a few weeks ago http://punkonline.co.uk/klammer-self-titled-album-review/ Everything Depends Upon the King opens with some guitar notes with a slightly atonal feel before the bass kicks in

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CARL MOORCROFT – ‘On The Road’ Review

CARL MOORCROFT - 'On The Road' Review

CARL MOORCROFT – ‘On the Road’ Here at Punk Online we are a little partial to some acoustic punk rock and Carl Moorcroft does not disappoint. After years fronting some Liverpool based punk bands, Moorcroft has reworked his songs into an acoustic album that is simply sensational

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SWEET DEALS ON SURGERY – ‘The Snake and the Snoozer’ Review

SWEET DEALS ON SURGERY - 'The Snake and the Snoozer' Review

SWEET DEALS ON SURGERY – ‘The Snake and the Snoozer’ For a three-piece band formed in Manchester, England in 2013, Sweet Deals on Surgery sure do make a sweet racket. The album (recorded in 2015 and released in August 2016) tells a story of a serial killer

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NEW MODEL ARMY – ‘Winter’ Review

NEW MODEL ARMY - 'Winter' Review

NEW MODEL ARMY – ‘WINTER’ Ever since that appearance on The Tube in 1984 when my eyeballs and eardrums were introduced to New Model Army playing Christian Militia and Smalltown England (the latter seemed to speak directly to me living in my small Midlands town) I have

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