Review: Rules and Chains – Late

Review: Rules and Chains – Late

Once again Sardinia proves to be a land from where an excellent hardcore punk comes. In fact, after having reviewed the beautiful album by Sangue, we’re now going to talk about the new album by Rules and Chains, a band from the province of Cagliari. This band was born in 2013 and now, a few years later from their first EP release in 2014, has published “Late”, a 10-tracks record registered on the island and…

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Review: Heute Nebel – Servi

Review: Heute Nebel – Servi

“All the servants of the king have it with me!” Twisted and twisted guitar strings such as iron spaghetti, a bit ‘of chores from classic punk rock bands mixed with collective screams, a composition that borders aggressive yet catchy tones and at the same time gives space to the alternative rock more scathing and nasty. This is the Heute Nebel (someone gives me explanations: it means “fog of today” in German?), A trio of guys…

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Review: Saturday Night Karaoke – Professional GoofBalls

Review: Saturday Night Karaoke – Professional GoofBalls

A fast album, you just have the time to press play and that fucking classic punk rock rhythm hits you and you’re done! Well, the perfect album to start a night out. We are talking about the last album by Indonesian band – yes, you got it right, Indonesian – Saturday Night Karaoke, called Professional Goofballs. The album is made by 12 fast tracks, funny and light, played by three Indonesian guys that have absorbed…

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Review: Sunset Radio – All The Colors Behind You

Review: Sunset Radio – All The Colors Behind You

I start listening to Sunset Radio for the first time with their new album “All The Colors Behind You”, a band born in Romagna in 2016. I’m positively impressed and I get thrown oversea in a californian beach where skates, waves and punk rock rule. I dive into the notes of Bowling for Soup, No Use For A Name, Fall Out Boy, a mixture of grace and madness with perfect sound, melancholy at times. All…

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Review: NoWhiteRag – Resilience

Review: NoWhiteRag – Resilience

Here we go, it is out. I waited for it, I collected every single piece of preview. And finally it’s here, the new album by NoWhiteRag, ‘Resilience’. Maybe it’s just the period, but it is an autumnal album, a winter album. I imagine myself pressing play while outside it’s raining, while outside everything is covered in fog, and I will be carried away by the rage, the understanding of not being alone, the energy that…

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Review: Plankton – Space Impact

Review: Plankton – Space Impact

Not only the night spent at the Smashsound Fest – live report is available below – left us with good memories, but gave us the chance to find out about Plankton. They are a very young band from Florence whose album, “Space Impact”, we are going to review today. Let’s start by describing the CD kindly given to us by the good-hearted Sola – guitar player – : both by the cover and the design…

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