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: Not Now Mark – My Revolution

Review: Not Now Mark – My Revolution

The old school flavor “Revolution” “My Revolution” is the name of the new EP by the young power-trio Not Now Mark, released on the 5th of October by Lostdog Records, an independent punk rock label based in Forlì. These six fast and vintage tracks make us go back in time to when punk rock got the upper hand in the west coast thanks to the Lookout! Records. The roaring guitars, the pop bass riffs and…

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Review: Debunk – Doped Life

Review: Debunk – Doped Life

The boost of Debunk is now on CD! I have to admit that I’ve been listening to the same CD in my car for 3 weeks now. No, it’s not that I don’t feel like changing it with another one or that I’m always undecided about what to listen to: the truth is that the new (and official) album “Doped Life” by Debunk, a hardcore punk band from Reggio Emilia active since 2011, is a…

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Review: Strung Out – Songs of Armor and Devotion

Review: Strung Out – Songs of Armor and Devotion

Strung Out: the return of the Giants Any melodic hardcore lover who has been living on Earth during the last 30 years surely knows at least one album by Strung Out, and will be curious to hear their new album “Songs of Armor and Devotion“. Obviously published by Fat Wreck Chords (a regular partner by now), this album creates an ideal link to “Agents Of Underground” (2009) thanks to the excellent production by Cameron Webb, who…

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