Category: cd review

Album Review: Reliqa “Eventide”

The word Eventide conjures up images of the sun setting as the dust hangs in the air, and is the name for the eight track EP release from…

CD Review: Hadal Maw ‘Charlatan’ EP

The deepest realm of the ocean is known as the Hadal Zone—a term derived from Hades, the Greek god of the underworld. Fittingly, Melbourne death metal band Hadal…

Album Review: Tired Eyes’ ‘In Denial, Force a Smile’

  Thoroughly dynamic, Tired Eyes’ debut EP ‘In Denial, Force a Smile’ schools unsuspecting listeners on how to boldly weave variety through six memorable tracks. Hailing from Brisbane, the alternative rock band made up…

Album Review: “You’re Not Alone” – Andrew W.K.

“You’re Not Alone” – Andrew W.K. If you’re a big fan of Andrew W.K., well you’re in luck because he just brought out another album that may literally…

Album Review: Jeremy Loops ‘ Critical As Water’

South Africa’s biggest contemporary export Jeremy Loops recently dropped his sophomore album ‘ Critical as Water’ seeing Loops take on a number of complex themes in the catchy…

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