Review: Frustrazione – Dolore, Piacere, Noia

Review: Frustrazione – Dolore, Piacere, Noia

First EP for Frustrazione, from Abruzzo This EP by the band Frustrazione is definitely a great surprise! The band belongs to the new HC school but definitely plays the “old school” way. These guys are from L’Aquila, a city that – right in these days – is remembering the victims of the earthquake that devastated the city 10 years ago, but that seems to have made its citizens stronger: right after the quake, 2 new places…

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Review: C4 – Disterru e Catenas

Review: C4 – Disterru e Catenas

Find out the new album by C4 from Sardinia The Sardinian combat rock band C4 are from Silì – not Oristano! – who in this weird April weather, gift us with a new album titled “Disterru e Catenas”: 13 tracks, in CD format, co-produced with SmashSound Collective, Tifiamo Rivolta, Kattive Maniere, Fast ‘n’ Loud and Rumagna Sgroza. A few saturdays ago I listened to them at the radio broadcast “If The Kids Are United” and…

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Review: Wild Sheep – Paint Your Life

Review: Wild Sheep – Paint Your Life

Second album from the Vicenza based band Wild Sheep I won’t hesitate even a second to say that this album is great. Nine tracks drenched in anger, desire for redemption and, most importantly, a strong desire to take your life back and live it to the fullest. The refusal of Wild Sheep to conform, their need for freedom instead of the sad acceptance of the current state of things. A description of a villainous society…

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Review: Dàtura – Domani Questo Non Sarà Mai Successo

Review: Dàtura – Domani Questo Non Sarà Mai Successo

Discover the new EP by Dàtura New Ep of 3 tracks for Dàtura from Rimini, with a Post-Hc/Screamo that reminds me of bands like Loma Prieta or the first Converge. I want to start by saying that rarely I have to deal with similar bands, so I could write some bullshits and I apologize in advance for this eventuality! Anyway, these 3 tracks are played impeccably with guitars much higher in tone than the ones…

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Review: The Bruttones – Demo

Review: The Bruttones – Demo

First demo by The Bruttones from Italy They are called The Bruttones and they are a band funded by Antonio, ex-drummer of Latte+, who still wants to have fun playing punk rock! As they sing in their first song of the EP – made of just three tracks – they are doing all this to having fun, to play together, to honour punk rock music! And of course, they know what they are doing! Because these…

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Review: Il Giardino Violetto – s/t

Review: Il Giardino Violetto – s/t

Discover the new record by Il Giardino Violetto I confess with a little bit of embarrassment that I almost knew nothing about this band although it is a really good one (one of my favourite genres, post-punk/darkwave) and I have few memories about listening to their tracks years ago. In addition, it is necessary to admit that the only other work of the Roman band is the demo tape “Dance Macabre” published in 1989, followed…

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