You Are Here: Home » Music Journalism » Music » Music Reviews

Review: Warped Tour UK 2015

Warped Tour will forever be special– whilst it’s only a taster of its American counterpart, the UK show consists of a variety of new and old talent that is key to keeping the alternative music scene thriving. We had a blast this year, seeing a whole host of different bands and artists from a mixture of genres. First up, we caught the fantastic Rob Lynch and he’s not just a pretty face. Armed with his full b ...

Read more

Album Review: Heart Of A Coward – Deliverance

Artist: Heart Of A Coward Album: Deliverance Tracks: 10 Release Date: 02/10/2015 Label: Century Media Records I came across this album thanks to happenstance. I was searching for some new music in the same vein as what I already listen to, sadly it didn't turn up much and I was fairly disappointed at first, but I bought the album and forgot about it until a week ago when it came on shuffle. It took a while ...

Read more

Album Review: Parkway Drive – Ire

Artist: Parkway Drive Album: Ire Tracks: 11 Release Date: 25th September 2015 Label: Epitaph Records The titans of metal that are Parkway Drive have heaved another mammoth slab of heaviness onto our plates in the form of Ire, you might recognise the shape and taste of the music but I can promise you, the consistency is something wholly unexpected from, arguably, one of the best and biggest bands in the scen ...

Read more

August Burns Red – Found In Far Away Places

Artist: August Burns Red Album: Found In Far Away Places Tracks: 11 Release Date: June 29th 2015 Label: Fearless Records Melodic Metalcore giants, August Burns Red, are back with another mountainous record, Found In Far Away Places. If you're familiar with their style and sound then you definitely won't be disappointed and if you're new to the band or genre, you couldn't have picked better guys to start you ...

Read more


From its humble beginnings in 2006, Slam Dunk Festival has grown massively, with music across seven stages and three locations, now taking place in Leeds, Hatfield and Wolverhampton. Slam Dunk 2015 featured some very good up and coming acts as well as some older, more established acts – some of which were a lovely throwback to everyone’s youth (namely Taking Back Sunday and Finch, who have both been going s ...

Read more
Scroll to top