Subscribe
Punk Online – Voted Best Indie Site 2017

Music Reviews

SELF LOVE – ‘No’ Album Review

SELF LOVE – 'No' Album Review

SELF LOVE – No The debut album from elusive Cambridgeshire-based, teenage punx Self Love stems from their need to create a “coping mechanism to deal with isolation, both geographic and mental.” There are 17 tracks on the album although some are sub-one minute. The opening track is

Read more

LOW SUN – ‘Reservoir Of Impermanent Bliss’ Review

LOW SUN – 'Reservoir Of Impermanent Bliss' Review

LOW SUN – Reservoir Of Impermanent Bliss Toronto band Low Sun‘s new album, Reservoir Of Impermanent Bliss, just hit our turntable and we loved the seven tracks for their noise, variety and unique sound. From the Opening, Two Paths, with its trippy shoegaze vibe and big power chords, it

Read more

RUNDOWN KREEPS – ‘illside village’ Album Review

RUNDOWN KREEPS – 'illside village' Album Review

RUNDOWN KREEPS – illside village Formed in 2009, Rundown Kreeps say that they “…perform amped up melodic Punk Rock with heavy dashes of frantic Ska and twangy Rockabilly to keep audiences moving across a variety of dance floors….” They have also shared the stage with artists such

Read more

SPILL YOUR GUTS – ‘Hungry Crows’ Album Review

SPILL YOUR GUTS – 'Hungry Crows' Album Review

SPILL YOUR GUTS – Hungry Crows Spill Your Guts self-describe as “a hardcore punk/black’n’roll band” and hail from Shanghai, China. They have just self-released their debut album on September 12.  The band have been plying their trade since 2012 and have a couple of EPs under their

Read more

MATERIAL REMAINS – ‘Demo’ EP Review

MATERIAL REMAINS – 'Demo' EP Review

MATERIAL REMAINS – Demo Material Remains are from Macallen, Texas and have released a five track Demo EP that arrived here at Punk Online Towers with little fanfare. Opening with Junkie’s Paradise I am reminded of Bristol’s Idles as the trio bash out a raw and pleasing

Read more

THE PROFESSIONALS – ‘What In The World’ Album Review

THE PROFESSIONALS – 'What In The World' Album Review

THE PROFESSIONALS – What In The World The Professionals are back! 35 years later, the band formed from the ashes of the Sex Pistols by Paul Cook and Steve Jones is back.  The band proudly release their new album What In The World on October 27th 2017, on Automaton Records. The album is authentic

Read more

CHELSEA – ‘Mission Impossible’ Album Review

CHELSEA – 'Mission Impossible' Album Review

CHELSEA – Mission Impossible Legendary punk rockers from the first wave of British punk, Chelsea are back with and new album containing fifteen energy packed tracks. The title track opens the album and Mission Impossible is an approachable punk rock track with power and melody sounding fresh

Read more

KORRUPT – ‘Preachers And Creatures’ Album Review

KORRUPT – 'Preachers And Creatures' Album Review

KORRUPT – Preachers And Creatures Preachers and Creatures is the debut album from Kristiansand, Norway punk rebels Korrupt, whose thrash-inspired riffs are combined with a blackened hardcore urgency and shouty punk vocals. Opening with the soaring riffs of Serpents with screamed vocals interspersed with rhythmic breaks and

Read more

GRANT NATIONAL – ‘Double Black’ Album Review

GRANT NATIONAL – 'Double Black' Album Review

GRANT NATIONAL – Double Black From the opening church bell to the Killing Joke serrated guitar and Black Sabbathesque guitar chords, Germany’s Grant National grab you by the throat and demand that you pay attention. They’ve been at this since 1973 and they are like a full

Read more

RIVAL TOWN – ‘Make It Work’ EP Review

RIVAL TOWN – 'Make It Work' EP Review

RIVAL TOWN – Make It Work Ontario pop-punk outfit Rival Town have announced their upcoming EP. “Make it Work“ and is set to drop on October 20th via Manic Kat Records. Last year, Rival Town toured Canada extensively gathering new fans with every show and enhancing their reputation as a force to

Read more

THE BY GODS – ‘Move On’ Album Review

THE BY GODS – 'Move On' Album Review

THE BY GODS – Move On Nashville, Tennessee residents The By Gods have announced that their new album Move On is available via bandcamp and set for release on 20th October 2017. The first track on the album is the title song with a sparse guitar/bass and vocals that channel Kurt Cobain (there is

Read more

ACID BLOOD – ‘Dagger Eyes’ EP Review

ACID BLOOD – 'Dagger Eyes' EP Review

ACID BLOOD – Dagger Eyes Acid Blood is a new band from Umeå, Sweden, formed in late 2016.  Their debut 7″ EP Dagger Eyes was released in August 2017 in three limited editions: 150 copies on neon-yellow vinyl
- 150 copies on purple transparent vinyl 150 copies on

Read more
Page 5 of 38« First...34567...102030...Last »

Newsletter

Punk Online

All views and opinions are entirely our own.

We aim to be as accurate as possible with gig dates and venues but cannot be held responsible if any are incorrect. Please check with the venues if you are unsure.

X