Category: Music

Love is Dead

Chvrches – Love is Dead Album Review

The Scottish synth-pop trio, Chvrches are back with their third album, Love Is Dead.  Forming in 2011 and releasing their debut in 2013, Chvrches have refined their synth-pop sound but added a political edge. I first actually head of Chvrches...

Sexorcism

Lordi – Sexocism Album Review

The Finnish metal band, Lordi are back with their ninth album. They dubbed this their most controversial album to date and they deliver on that statement. Titled, Sexorcism, the sexual references are as blatant as the title.  Musically Lordi are...

Where Lost Things Go

As Sirens Fall – Where Lost Things Go – Review

As Sirens Fall, formed in late 2014 are an enthusiastic alt-rock outfit, hailing from West Yorkshire. Following on from the positive reception of their debut EP, The Hospital Party and Winter Split a collaborative EP with Ashestoangels.  As Sirens Fall...

30STM

30 Seconds To Mars – America- Album Review

It’s not an illusion, 30 Seconds to Mars are back with the incredible America. It’s been 4 years since Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams. Tracks America starts strong opening with Walk on Water before exploding into the EDM-sprinkled Dangerous Night....

DICE

Band-Maid World Domination – Album Review

Album Title – World Domination Album No. – 2 Label – Nippon Crown (Japan) JPU Records (International) Release date – 14 February 2018 After 2017’s Just Bring it, Band-Maid are back with their second full length album World Domination. This...

Catharsis

Machine Head – Catharsis – Album review

Machine Head have had a hell of a career so far and have never been afraid to shift their sound and experiment.  On album nine the quartet, genre-twist and play with their sound, Catharsis is a ride. The album consists...

Underworld

Tonight Alive – Underworld – album review

Album title – Underworld Album No. – 4 Record label – Hopeless records Track length – 13 Tonight Alive are back with album number 4, after their last record ‘Limitless’ polarised fans & drifted from an established sound. ‘Underworld’ delves...

Justice League

Justice League soundtrack – A review

Danny Elfman takes the reins to compose the musical score for the Justice league. The score consists of 27 tracks, 24 of which are composed by Elfman himself. The other three are great additions by other established artists. The score...