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Drug Church: Paul Walker – album review

Purveyors of relentless post-hardcore with a sense of humour, the fabulously named Drug Church have just released their debut album.

Broken DC, The Broken Oak Duet, Theo: The Firefly, Worcester – live review

Surprise Attacks! is a monthly DIY gig night which is causing a stir in a quiet part of the Midlands. We review of their most recent show, headlined by Broken DC.

Roundup Of New Punk / Hardcore Releases From Boss Tuneage: HDQ, Jaded Eyes & Thirty Six Strategies

Roundup Of New Punk / Hardcore Releases From Boss Tuneage: HDQ, Jaded Eyes & Thirty Six Strategies.

Caves: Betterment – album review

Bristol pop-punkers Caves return with a polished second album before major tour of UK, Europe and US.

The Bone Idles / Danger!Man: Kaos Conspiracy – album review

Norwegian / German hardcore punk veterans The Bone Idles show the kids how it's done.

Nightshame: Shame – EP review

Like the Stooges? You'll love this!

No Warning: Ill Blood – album review

Classic hardcore: trademark downstrokes and chuggy metallic guitar sound, pinging bass, snare heavy drums and an Angry Man Shouting, raging himself hoarse.

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