Review: The Unborn – Slasher (Street Punk Anthems)

Review: The Unborn – Slasher (Street Punk Anthems)

Street punk anthems from horror, thriller, social and political statements On my way home, I find a bloody piece of paper in my mailbox. A cryptic and scaring message came to me. The Unborn, a band shrouded in mystery, just contacted me. Just imagine the sentence, in case I didn’t write this review in a week, freezes the blood in my veins. * Just like that, I find myself listening to the new record from…

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Review: Fanteria Di Prima Linea – Fanteria Di Prima Linea

Review: Fanteria Di Prima Linea – Fanteria Di Prima Linea

Fanteria Di Prima Linea, alcohol and hardcore (and alcohol) Today I have the pleasure of talking about Fanteria Di Prima Linea, the debut self titled album of the band Fanteria Di Prima Linea. Ten songs that give us a lethal mix of streetpunk and hardcore, seasoned with a fair amount of violence and rawness. The lyrics are about several different themes, from old fashioned romance (Tu sei meglio della roba, ”I like you more than…

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Review: Zeman – Sunday Boys

Review: Zeman – Sunday Boys

“…We are the Sunday Boys, drinking beer and bring some noise!” After several months I’m back at it with a new review. This time it’s for the album of a band that really marked my path. I’m talking about Zeman‘s “Sunday Boys”, an oi core band from Bologna that recently became a four piece, even though the album was recorded by the all sardinian trio made up by Rocco, Roby and Mauro. “Sunday Boys” is…

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Review: Uphill Struggle – A Wise Man’s Hell

Review: Uphill Struggle – A Wise Man’s Hell

New DIY EP by the Danish band Uphill Struggle! After its debut in 2017 with “Fool’s Paradise“, the band from Copenhagen has just released a new work called “A Wise Man’s Hell“. Active since 2015, Uphill Struggle never changed course and even this time propose us their skate punk/melodic hc in DIY ethic, since it is completely self-produced by the band itself, from recording to mixing, up to mastering. This EP has been recorded on…

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Review: La Ska Brass – Mírela

Review: La Ska Brass – Mírela

“Mírela” is the third album by the Catalan ska-punk band I was waiting with curiosity for the release of “Mírela”, third studio work by the Catalan band La Ska Brass, out on January 24th via Maldito Records. For those who still don’t know them, they play ska-punk in Spanish with evident influences from their reference groups, first of all Ska-P and Talco. And, as if that wasn’t enough to be in my style, they love…

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Review: Serpe – Re dei Serpenti

Review: Serpe – Re dei Serpenti

Serp ’em all! From Tuscany  another hardcore band comes crowling out! Serpe are a relatively new band, despite the fact that some members are in other bands too, i.e. Ivan (Carlos Dunga, xDeloreanx, Iena, Destinazione Finale and many more) and Andrea (Loia) and they’re managing to schedule their very first euro tour to promote this first album, so stay tuned ‘cause they may hit your town soon! The front cover and the graphics by Coito…

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