Review: Crisis Benoit – Night of the living deathmatches

Review: Crisis Benoit – Night of the living deathmatches

A sound that breaks your bones Crisis Benoit have a short but complicated history. The band started in 2017 as a barebones powerviolence act with 4 members almost as a joke, became a three-piece and finally settled as a duo in 2018. While their first records were identifiable as spazzy, arrogant, minimalist powerviolence, things changed as they begun bringing a more markedly metal feel to the table with their record their “Icon of Violence”. Solidifying…

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Review: RATBONES/NECK– SPLIT E.P.

Review: RATBONES/NECK– SPLIT E.P.

A split to relive the shared tour through punk rock It bursts with energy, cymbals and chamber in four fourth Ramones style, this unmissable split between the Genoeses Ratbones and the Canadians Neck, who after a European bomb tour in 2018, repeat themselves and fly to Toronto to show studded jackets and guitars. What can I say, we start sticking to our knitting and it is known that from the Ligurian slope the sound of…

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Review: Dispersi – Tra Le Nostre Macerie

Review: Dispersi – Tra Le Nostre Macerie

The debut album for the Italian band Dispersi. The first album from Dispersi, titled “Tra Le Nostre Macerie“. Antonio, Daniele and Giovanni are an emo trio from Naples that, for being newbies, are doing incredibly fine. Out since the 25ft of October, a slow and Midwest sounding emo style also effected by some math and post rock influences in their riffs and melodies. It’s a very well balanced record that switches between strong and fast…

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Review: Teenage Bubblegums – In Limbo

Review: Teenage Bubblegums – In Limbo

The resigned security of despair Everyone knows what scattering hesitation feels like, be it for things we now remember with a smile, like waiting outside school for the results of an exam (“with a smile” my ass, I just had one of my worst nightmares dreaming of doing again my fifth year of high school), or be it for serious ones, like a romance left without closure, or the wait in the waiting room of…

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Review: Madbeat – Luci Rosse

Review: Madbeat – Luci Rosse

True Working Class Punk Rock As much as it can seem right, the way I defined Madbeat, a band from the Italian “Motorcity” Turin, here above doesn’t give the idea of the emotions their second full length album “Luci Rosse” gave me. Released by the trustworthy Indiebox, their sincere and blunt punk rock proves to be well played, and when you listen to the lyrics you’re like: “I wish I had wrote this one!”. If you’re…

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Review: Motron-Who’ll Stop The Rain

Beer, mosh and raw & roll, that is the new Motron’s record So yeah, the new Motron‘s record is finally out, following the 2015 ”Eternal Headache”, the band’s latest album. I have to say that my expectations were high, given the band’s musical background and considering how good their first great record was, and they were absolutely not disappointing. ”Who’ll Stop The Rain” is a killer album, that mixes riffs and atmospheres of crust/d-beat with…

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