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REDNECK NOSFERATU – ‘Redneck Nosferatu’ Album Review

REDNECK NOSFERATU – 'Redneck Nosferatu' Album Review

REDNECK NOSFERATU – Redneck Nosferatu Formed in 2016, Tulsa, Oklahoma, the excellently named Redneck Nosferatu took their love of metal, punk, and horror films and hit the music community hard. Earlier this year the band released their first full length album and we just got our hands

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STERILE JETS – ‘No Gods, No Loss’ Album Review

STERILE JETS – 'No Gods, No Loss' Album Review

STERILE JETS – No Gods, No Loss The Sterile Jets hail from Long Beach in Southern California and the make music that doesn’t conform to a single style or genre. Their new album is the excellently titled No Gods, No Loss and opens with The Arsonist, where

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AUDIBLE JOES – ‘Irrational Anthems’ Album Review

AUDIBLE JOES – 'Irrational Anthems' Album Review

AUDIBLE JOES – Irrational Anthems Audible Joes, a punk band from Cork, Ireland, do not sound like your typical Irish punk band. Swapping out bagpipes for gritty guitars and heavily melodic hooks, their upcoming sophomore full-length Irrational Anthems, is an album full of blistering and abrasive tracks that

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LILITH LE MORTE – Si Rompe il Silenzio Nel Giardino Delle Mandragole

LILITH LE MORTE - Si Rompe il Silenzio Nel Giardino Delle Mandragole

LILITH LE MORTE – Si Rompe il Silenzio Nel Giardino Delle Mandragole The debut album from Italian duo Lilith Le Morte is full of experimentation, dark feelings and some ‘horror movie’ vibes. Opening with Onironauti the DIY approach adds to the atmosphere as the energetic track has

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DREAM VERSION – ‘Fight Fair’ Album Review

DREAM VERSION – 'Fight Fair' Album Review

DREAM VERSION – Fight Fair Since they formed over drinks after work in 2013, Dream Version has consistently reminded their hometown of Chicago that we’re all human and none of us heroes. Their first album Beginners was a melodic exploration of anxiety, tackling adulthood and career life with equal

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FIGHTS AND FIRES – ‘Live Life Like A Tourist’ Album Review

FIGHTS AND FIRES – 'Live Life Like A Tourist' Album Review

FIGHTS AND FIRES – Live Life Like A Tourist Worcester-based punk-rock quartet, Fights And Fires, release their new record, Live Life Like A Tourist, on July 14th through Lockjaw Records. The new album features eight tracks of melodic hardcore-infused punk-rock, and the opening track, Reggae is brilliant.

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SEXTILE – ‘Albeit Living’ Album Review

SEXTILE – 'Albeit Living' Album Review

SEXTILE – Albeit Living LA-based astrologically named trio Sextile has announced the launch of their second album. Albeit Living will be released on July 14th via felte. As a fixture in the Los Angeles underground over recent years, Sextile have been gaining a devout following since their inception in 2015. The band channel early 1970’s

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Grove Street Families – ‘VOL 1.0’ Album Review

Grove Street Families – 'VOL 1.0' Album Review

Grove Street Families – VOL 1.0 Grove Street Families is back with a new mixtape, VOL. 1.0 out now on Venn Records. VOL 1.0 is where Grove Street Families have always wanted to be, releasing heavy hitting bangers, groovy bangers and just straight up punk bangers. Tracks

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EAT DIRT – ‘Eat Dirt – I’ EP Review

EAT DIRT – 'Eat Dirt - I' EP Review

EAT DIRT – Eat Dirt – I Self described as “A Pissed Off Punk Rock Collective From London, UK”, EAT DIRT are everything we love about punk rock here at punkonline.co.uk. The band formed in late 2016, following the spiraling storm of political idiocy and rising tensions

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DANNY CLEAVER – ‘Trapped Nerve’ Album Review

DANNY CLEAVER – 'Trapped Nerve' Album Review

DANNY CLEAVER – Trapped Nerve Formerly of hardcore punk band CLEAVERS, Melbourne punks URGENT BLOOD and more commonly known as the cartoonist Wolf Mask (Courtney Barnett, Gnarwolves, Murderburgers, Epitaph Records) this is Danny Cleaver’s first solo effort & first new music since relocating to Leeds. Trapped Nerve is scheduled for release

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THE LONG DARK ROAD – ‘The Long Dark Road’ Review

THE LONG DARK ROAD – 'The Long Dark Road' Review

THE LONG DARK ROAD – The Long Dark Road Nearing the end of 2016, Jeremy Cavan was jobless, newly divorced, living on his brother’s couch and in the throes of a long hiatus from his long-term project (U) the band due to financial drain and injury. He

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LESSER KNOWN CHARACTER – ‘Calamity’ EP Review

LESSER KNOWN CHARACTER – 'Calamity' EP Review

LESSER KNOWN CHARACTER – Calamity Hailing from the creative haven that is Bristol (UK), Lesser Known Character have been honing their craft for three years and recently released their EP, Calamity. Opening with a melodic and sub-one minute, Intro, where a guitar lick builds and promises much,

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