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RVIVR

April 25th, 2010 · posted by Ganglar · marked as: CD reviews · Reviews

One of the most eagerly anticipated releases of 2010 for at least a few of the Last Hours fraternity – and RVIVR haven’t disappointed.
RVIVR’s first full length carries on in much the same vein as their first two vinyl releases. They play a much simpler, and (for want of a more fitting [...]

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Converge

December 8th, 2009 · posted by Ganglar · marked as: CD reviews · Reviews

A lot of critics & fans seem to feel “Axe To Fall” is Converge’s best album since the behemoth that was Jane Doe – to be perfectly honest, I’d go beyond that and say it’s my personal favourite release of theirs to date.
The production values and sound of the album are truly superb. Guitarist Kurt [...]

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Crazy Arm

June 4th, 2009 · posted by Ganglar · marked as: CD reviews · Reviews

The best album by a British band in quite a while.

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William Whitmore

March 3rd, 2009 · posted by Ganglar · marked as: CD reviews · Reviews

Sandwiched between ‘Send More Paramedics’ and ‘Modern Life is War’, on the same bill supporting ‘Converge’, is definitely not the normal point in a show where you’d expect to be introduced to an artist like William Whitmore, but I’m definitely grateful I was at that gig at TJ’s a few years ago to enjoy a [...]

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Shaped By Fate

November 14th, 2008 · posted by Ganglar · marked as: CD reviews · Reviews

Let’s start with a qualifier… This is metal. If you don’t like metal, shaped by fate aren’t going to convert you, but if you’ve got time for a bit of long hair and windmilling, there’s plenty to enjoy here. It seems some of the glossier review mags (you know the ones) are insistent on calling [...]

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No Use For A Name

November 13th, 2008 · posted by Ganglar · marked as: CD reviews · Reviews

I’ll unashamedly admit that No Use were one of my favourite bands as a teenager. To this day, I’d stand by some of their stuff. Leche Con Carne and Making Friends are some of the catchiest, best written, Fat Wreck-esque punk out there.

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