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DIPLOMA – ‘The Cost Of Clarity’ Review

DIPLOMA – 'The Cost Of Clarity' Review

DIPLOMA – The Cost Of Clarity Diploma is an energetic five piece punk band based in Melbourne, pulling members from around the Commonwealth (Australia, Canada, New Zealand). They are releasing the six track EP/mini-album The Cost of Clarity on May 26th. From the first calmly strummed guitars, soon joined by

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2 grès – ‘De Gre Ou De Force’ EP Review

2 grès – 'De Gre Ou De Force' EP Review

2 grès – De Gre Ou De Force Hailing from the Paris region, 2 grès (2 Sandstone according to Google translate) have released a four track EP, De Gre Ou De Force, full of power and angst. Self professed ‘post metal’ in sound, the opening track, Avent

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KOVAX – ‘If There Was Ever Any Doubt’ EP Review

KOVAX – 'If There Was Ever Any Doubt' EP Review

KOVAX – If There Was Ever Any Doubt Rising British rock outfit Kovax have just released their debut EP If There Was Ever Any Doubt. The self-proclaimed ‘shouty alternative hard rock’ quartet showcase four tracks opening with Breathe. The song is full of energy, growled vocals and some interesting

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DUNT – ‘Bad Things Come To Those Who Hate’ EP Review

DUNT - 'Bad Things Come To Those Who Hate' EP Review

DUNT – Bad Things Come To Those Who Hate Ever since Edinburgh’s DUNT released their debut EP, ‘Between Punk Rock and a Hard Place’, we have kept a keen eye on the band as that first offering made us sit up and take notice of things to

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COMA COMMANDER/HARSH REALMS – Split EP

COMA COMMANDER/HARSH REALMS - Split EP

COMA COMMANDER/HARSH REALMS – Split EP Belgian punks’ Coma Commander‘s are releasing a full split 7″ with Harsh Realms from the Netherlands. The split will be out on a 7″ black + red vinyl via Lost Youth Records and Shield Recordings. The EP has two release dates. On 26th of April the guys are hitting

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3TEETH – ‘shutdown.exe’ Album Review

3TEETH - 'shutdown.exe' Album Review

3TEETH – <shutdown.exe> Los Angeles’s 3TEETH are an industrial rock band gaining a huge reputation around the world. <Shutdown.exe> is the bands second full-length album and will be released on the 19th May on OMF Records. “…I think we all tend to get too caught up in our own shit and

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GRAND COLLAPSE – ‘Along The Dew’ Album Review

GRAND COLLAPSE – 'Along The Dew' Album Review

GRAND COLLAPSE – Along The Dew Due to release on TNS Records on May 19th, Cardiff’s hardcore punks, Grand Collapse follow their excellent debut album Far From The Callous Crowd with Along The Dew. The album is full of energy, many moments of aural intrigue and, as

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MISS VINCENT – ‘Somewhere Else’ EP Review

MISS VINCENT – 'Somewhere Else' EP Review

MISS VINCENT – Somewhere Else Due for release on May 19th, Miss Vincent from Guildford, England, have upped their sound to a faster tempo than seen on their previous release. The four track EP, Somewhere Else, is packed with energy and gusto with faint connections to Sum 41 and

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SILVERSTAR – ‘The EP’ Review

SILVERSTAR –  'The EP' Review

SILVERSTAR –  The EP Silverstar features Ex Members of Blood on The Saddle, Circus of Power, LA Guns, Tex & The Horseheads, Christian Death & TSOL. Hailing from Los Angeles, they have released their debut four song EP (called, erm, The EP) and it’s picking up a

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NINETEEN FIFTY EIGHT – ‘Dark Blue’ EP Review

NINETEEN FIFTY EIGHT – 'Dark Blue' EP Review

NINETEEN FIFTY EIGHT – Dark Blue Swansea-based alternative rock band Nineteen Fifty Eight have announced that they have signed to Transcend Music and will release their new EP Dark Blue on 19th May 2017. We are a bit partial to Welsh music here at punkonline.co.uk from the superb Icons of Filth to

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SETBACKS – ‘Ocean’s Apart’ Album Review

SETBACKS – 'Ocean’s Apart' Album Review

SETBACKS – Ocean’s Apart Setbacks started up in 2015 having recorded and pressed a limited-edition EP titled The New Frontier. This was the prototype to test the waters and see the feasibility of having a band which consisted of five musicians from four different continents! The EP

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POG – ‘Little Trophies’ Album Review

POG – 'Little Trophies' Album Review

POG – Little Trophies Punkonline.co.uk recently caught Brighton’s POG live as they supported Swill Odgers of The Men They Couldn’t Hang on the South coast…we were very impressed with their swashbuckling folk/punk approach and are delighted to review their new album, Little Trophies. Gut Punch Then The

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