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FOREVER UNCLEAN – ‘Float’ EP Review

FOREVER UNCLEAN - 'Float' EP Review

FOREVER UNCLEAN – Float Disconnect Disconnect Records have just released the excellent new EP ‘Float‘ from Danish punk rockers Forever Unclean. Forever Unclean formed from the ashes of European skatepunk scene legends Stars Burn Stripes in 2015 and have been busy honing the punk rock tinged with indie punk

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SEEING SNAKES – ‘For Who? For What?’ Album Review

SEEING SNAKES - 'For Who? For What?' Album Review

SEEING SNAKES – For Who? For What? Auspiciously released on April 1st 2017, Seeing Snakes are not trying to fool anyone. From the excellent opening track, Modelo, where fast power chords and a meaty production drive the speakers to explode, the band show their chops and For

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INFANT MORTALITY — ‘Infamous’ Album Review

INFANT MORTALITY — 'Infamous' Album Review

INFANT MORTALITY — Infamous Fueled by alcohol, aggression and a stiff middle finger to society’s rules, Infant Mortality is a band that makes you sit up and take notice. Infamous came through with a whopping 27 tracks!  Two Cheeseburgers (Hold The Fist) opens with a very engaging riff and then goes quickly into Chaos U.K. land

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NEW ROCKET UNION – Self Titled Album Review

NEW ROCKET UNION – Self Titled Album Review

NEW ROCKET UNION – New Rocket Union New Rocket Union is a high energy, no frills, garage punk duo from the home of the seminal Husker Du, Minneapolis, MN. Their self-titled album captures their intensity with catchy hooks, stomping drums, and fierce guitar. From the excellent opener,

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FREEZE THE ATLANTIC – ‘The People Are Revolting’ Album Review

FREEZE THE ATLANTIC – 'The People Are Revolting' Album Review

FREEZE THE ATLANTIC – The People Are Revolting UK alternative rockers Freeze The Atlantic will release their 3rd album on April 14th on Alcopop! Records. The People Are Revolting was recorded in the space of just one week and the result is an energy and urgency throughout the

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ZARAZA – ‘Spasms of Rebirth’ EP Review

ZARAZA – 'Spasms of Rebirth' EP Review

ZARAZA – Spasms of Rebirth Long running Polish/Canadian/Ecuadorian experimental rockers Zaraza (originally formed in 1993 in Montreal, Canada) have returned with their comeback 3rd album Spasms of Rebirth. This is the bands first release since reforming in 2015 and they describe it as “thirty-eight minutes of foul,

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DRUIDIAN PINK – ‘Pink Aliens’ EP Review

DRUIDIAN PINK – 'Pink Aliens' EP Review

DRUIDIAN PINK – Pink Aliens Hailing from the music rich city of New Orleans, psychedelic Punk band, Druidian Pink have just released their debut ep, Pink Aliens. The opener, Cult Of The Pink Aliens has a B-52s vibe with high vocals, surf-punk guitar and that ‘from another planet’

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THE ISOTOPES – ‘1994 World Series Champions’ Album Review

THE ISOTOPES – '1994 World Series Champions' Album Review

THE ISOTOPES – 1994 World Series Champions The Isotopes are back and about to step up to bat in fine form with their new album, “1994 World Series Champions”. A 10-track collection of blazing, baseball-inspired, hook-driven pop punk. The new album sees The Isotopes link up with

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SVORDOM – ‘För dom som är ensamma’ Album Review

SVORDOM - 'För dom som är ensamma' Album Review

SVORDOM – For Dom Som Ar Ensamma (For Those Who Are Lonely) Svordom are a hardcore punk band from Turku, Finland who sing in Swedish (I think I have that right!). The band formed in 2014 and since been active in studios with three releases and they

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H.GRIMACE – ‘Self Architect’ Album Review

H.GRIMACE – 'Self Architect' Album Review

H.GRIMACE – Self Architect London based four-piece H.Grimace released their debut LP ‘Self Architect’, on April 7th. The album follows on from 2015’s sold out ‘I Am Material’ tape and the critically acclaimed ‘Royal Hush’ 7”, which came out last year. Made up of Hannah Gledhill (vocals/guitar), Marcus Browne (guitar), Corin Johnson

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THE OLD FIRM CASUALS – ‘Wartime Rock ‘n’ Roll’ EP Review

THE OLD FIRM CASUALS – 'Wartime Rock ‘n’ Roll' EP Review

THE OLD FIRM CASUALS – Wartime Rock ‘n’ Roll The Old Firm Casuals formed in 2010 and the San Francisco street punkers have built a very loyal following. Interestingly this is a special release from Rebellion Records because for the very first time in the label’s history the

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HOPE THROUGH HOSTILITY – ‘Promise’ EP Review

HOPE THROUGH HOSTILITY – 'Promise' EP Review

HOPE THROUGH HOSTILITY – Promise London’s Hope Through Hostility have released a new seven track E.P. called Promise following up from last years album that we reviewed here https://punkonline.co.uk/hope-through-hostility-self-titled-review/ The title track Promise opens the album with a superbly heavy and aggressive punk rock extravaganza as the

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