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- Review Lost Baron – Kelder EPWalking a fine line between Doomriders and Griever, Lost Baron deliver welcome surprise with their Kelder EP.
- Review Backfire! – Where we belongOn where we belong Backfire! is adding new influences to their sound; a welcome change that doesn't harm them at all.
- Review No Resistance – Nova MethodusOn Nova methodus No Resistance crafted four very charming songs to living up every party!
- Review Barren Womb – Nique everythingIn the interview I did with Barren Womb last year they stated they were able to work faster because the band exists of only two people. Consensus is...
- Review Mono / The Ocean – TranscendentalAfter their last 2 albums being released on The Ocean's label Mono teams up for a split. Transcendental is the title based on the concept of life and...
- Review Lost Baron – Kelder EP
- Review Pigeon Hunt / Cicutoxin – SplitFinland's Pigeon Hunt once again is daring you with controversial lyrics and anxious screamo. On the flipside Sludge from country mates Cicutoxin.
- Review Shevils – The white seaThere's no surprises to be found on Shevils new album, The white sea, but it's a solid effort from start to finish.
- Review Kurt Cobain – Montage Of Heck – The Home RecordingsAn experience and a damn interesting release according to Pim.
- Special Kurt Cobain – Montage Of Heck – Home Recordings giveawayWe're giving away 2 Kurt Cobain - Montage Of Heck - The Home Recordings Deluxe Editions.
- Review Consecration – GrobGrob forms the end of a trilogy. Expect experienced progressive rock mixed with post metal.
- Review Pigeon Hunt / Cicutoxin – Split
- Review White Jazz & Lies – SplitWhite Jazz (ex-Rise & Fall) and Lies (ex-Hope Con) give us four nice songs of hardcore.
- Review Hangman’s Chair – This is not supposed to be positiveNegative down-tempo hardcore with a grunge and metal edge serves Hangman's Chair on their 4th album. Better than ever the Paris band has made a...
- Review Banquets – Spit at the sunBanquets says goodbye with Spit at the sun. Big question is: does this album live up to the expectations set by their previous material.
- Review Loma Prieta – Self PortraitThe balance could have been better but Self Portrait is a refreshing step into Loma Prieta's career, added melody and dream hooks are pretty welcome.
- Review White Jazz & Lies – Split