Category Archives: Music

Review – Bullet For My Valentine – Venom

At some point over the last couple of years, Bullet For My Valentine woke up to find themselves existing in an awkward state of musical limbo. The band achieved unprecedented success with “The Poison” in 2005 but they’ve been unable … Continue reading

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Review – The Devil Wears Prada – Space (EP)

In the style of 2010’s Zombie EP, The Devil Wears Prada  have delivered another collection of tracks based on a single theme. Space captures the danger, wonder and excitement of what lies beyond our earth. The band has injected their modern … Continue reading

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Review – Emmure – Eternal Enemies

You know a band is getting desperate for attention when the first track on their new album is called “Bring A Gun To School”. You can’t say it hasn’t worked either – ex member Ben Lionetti recently threatened the group … Continue reading

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Review: Super Sonico – The Animation

SuperSonico: The Animation started off well enough but quickly became a drag with very few redeeming factors. Unfortuately, Sonico was not fleshed-out nearly enough to sustain the show on her own, and an emphasis on fanservice rather than characterization really … Continue reading

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Winter Anime 2014 – First Impressions – Super Sonico: The Animation

Super Sonico: The Animation has kicked off with a bang… and lots of blushing. Episode one introduced us to Sonico, her school mates, band friends and manager. We were immediately served up a slew of anime clichés (“oh no, I’m … Continue reading

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Ovid’s Withering – Scryers of the Ibis – Review

Ovid’s Withering are a relatively new Tampa Bay outfit that play “theatrical tech-metal”. While this label might be wildly ambitious, it’s true in a sense that their sound is not easily classified. ‘Scryers Of The Ibis” is a heavily layered … Continue reading

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Winds of Plague – Resistance – Review

Winds of Plague are well-known for their approach to the deathcore genre. The 6-piece have quite a busy sound – the inclusion of a keyboardist adds depth to the melodic section, and the guitarists combine both modern deathcore-esque breakdowns and … Continue reading

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