New Koseakaso video!

New Koseakaso video!

“Ricominciare” is the new Koseakaso video. Do you remember Koseakaso? Those guys who have been playing melodic hardcore since 2011, those who in their last album paid tribute to the legendary game called “Squaloparco”? Well, the band after so many live shows presenting their new album that we reviewed some time ago and that we recommend you to go and dig out is back with the video of the song “Ricominciare“, contained in “Squaloparco”. The…

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Listen to the new song by Propagandhi!

Listen to the new song by Propagandhi!

“Laughing Stock” is the new song released by Propagandhi The historic Canadian band Propagandhi, always politically committed, has a new surprise for us: a new song, entitled “Laughing Stock”. This new song is a b-side/outtake of “Victory Lap”, the band’s latest album dating back to February 2018. Propagandhi, however, as they explained on their Facebook page, had not managed to complete it in time for the release of the album and so it was only…

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Review: Bobson Dugnutt – Be The Change or Whatever

Review: Bobson Dugnutt – Be The Change or Whatever

Here we are with the review of the new EP by Bobson Dugnutt! Let’s review Bobson Dugnutt, a “cosmopolitan” band whose members come from both Bologna and the German capital. “Be The Change (Or Whatever)” is a really pleasant recording mixing Hardcore, Punk with Rock and Roll shades and Sludge, with 6 really energetic tracks which make the butts move! The low-tuned guitars accompany the voice that alternates between “shriller” screamed parts with gruffer and…

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Review: Hardship Anchors / Death Lottery

Review: Hardship Anchors / Death Lottery

Read the review and listen to this split album made in USA! This 7” split is a full immersion in the US punk rock scene: Easy, direct, fast, biting and catchy. Nothing is missing here! The first 3 tracks are performed with style by Death Lottery, whose “EP II” we had already the pleasure to review. This band drives me numb with their old school dirty garage punk that I love so much. The second…

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Review: Defezione – Self Titled

Review: Defezione – Self Titled

First album for Defezione, from Molise! They come from Campobasso, it’s 4-piece band and… they kick ass. The intro says it all: this self-titled from Defezione is cool stuff. Their violent Fast-Core cranked at supersonic speed will melt your face with screams and yells and throw you back to the Italian 80’s scene. Self-produced by TPIC Records and Olivia Records in pure DIY style, the album was recorded in January 2019 (hence fresh out of…

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Review: Path & Collatino Goddam – Cinema

Review: Path & Collatino Goddam – Cinema

Path’s first album accompanied by Collatino Goddam band As soon as the release of this album was announced, my curiosity went sky-high, also because this time Path – already a member of Automatica Aggregazione and Gli Ultimi, as well as author of excellent solo projects such as “Lima Sorda” and “Hombre Lobo Sessions” – is accompanied by Collatino Goddam, a solid band composed by absolutely magnificent musicians, such as Emiliano “Caciotta” Cazorsi on bass, Guido…

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