Album Reviews

Voice Of Addiction – Refuse Reuse Resist Review

That brings me to this new album REDUCE, REUSE, RESIST from Chicago favourites VOICE OF ADDICTION. Now, these guys have been tearing up their part of the world on some great stages and each of their releases has been met with a fair bit of affection, and this new album will only help to propel them further into the stratosphere and should net them some rather decent worldwide respect too

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Apache – Radical Sabbatical

APACHE play a pretty different style of music that draws as much from indie rock and garage rock as it does old-school punk rock, but the whole thing is approached with a slightly tongue-in-cheek feel and while I wouldn’t say it’s comedy, it sure isn’t all that serious either…

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Guns Of Moropolis – In Dynamite We Trust

They have described their sound as “METALBILLY” and after much deliberation I’m inclined to agree that this is the best way to explain what they are going for. Think of a slightly heavier version of rockabilly, but mixed with some stoner rock and a slight pinch of punk rock all covered in a layer of sludgy metal…

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American Speedway – A Bigger Boat

They provide some solid musicianship on different levels, the guitar the drumming are both insanely fast and provide a blitz of melody and punkish destructiveness. Is hard to judge a record like this when you know damn well the genre is has a pretty well defined sound, but for what it’s worth I thought it was a nice record …

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The Factory – The Factory

Apparently it caused so much stir in those circles that even Foo Fighter Dave Grohl’s D.C. punk band then, Scream decided to write a song about him called “GLC,”. Safe to say he finally kicked his demons and got clean, sad struggle nonetheless.