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i saw hell when i was with you by downcast

 Welcome/welcome back to the blog! Today we're going to be talking about the new record from downcast! We've spoken about downcast many times before, I love this lot. They're great, and they've just dropped their new record a little over 2 weeks ago! A little bit behind on the review, but here we are, we're going to be talking about i saw hell when i was with you, and seeing if it really is as great as we expect it to be. The record consists of 9 tracks and has a listening time of just over 31 minutes.  The opening track comes in the form of the single britannia mills, this is such a great track. I've loved this since it was first released, and I did a review of it back when it dropped, and I love the whole energy surrounding this track. It's just insane. I love it, and it's just as great now as it was when it was first released. It's got a great feel to it, and I love everything about it. It's just insane. Such a great track, and I love it even

Out for the Count by A Few Too Many

 Welcome/welcome back to the blog! So, I'm a little late to the review on this one, because this EP's been out a few weeks now, but we're here, we're doing the review, and we're going to be talking about Out for the Count by A Few Too Many. The EP is 7 tracks long and has a listening time of just under 25 minutes, so let's get into this!   Out for the Count opens with Unhealthy, which is a single that we've done a full review on, and one that I still love to bits! This is a phenomenal track, and it packs such a punch. Such a great track, and the perfect opening track to this EP. It's just as incredible now as it was when it was first released. I love every second of this, and it's everything you could hope it would be and more. I love everything about this track, and if you haven't heard it yet, then where have you been? This track is perfection. It's intense, it's catchy and it packs a punch. Such a solid track and one I cannot recommend

New In Singles: Protect Your Heart and Raging Clue

Okay, so it’s been a little while since we did a post, and I’ve got quite a few reviews to get done. So, I’ve decided I’m gonna do a new in singles post, and a new in albums post. Today we’re talking about new singles from Raging Clue and Protect Your Heart. I love both of these bands, they both forever impress me, and I’m super stoked to be talking about their new singles.   First up let’s talk Raging Clue. Now it feels like forever since we’ve spoken about this lovely lot, but they’re back with their latest single Chapters. Now, from the get go I knew I’d love this song. It’s got a great beat to it. I love the whole vibe of this track, and there isn’t one aspect I can criticise. The riffs in this track though, truly extraordinary. Absolutely love this track, and it’s exceeded all expectations I had for it. I was sent this track in press a few weeks back, and I can vouch for the fact this track gets better the more you listen to it. It’s spectacular. It’s something else, it’s punchy,

Recent Releases: Give Me A Reason, Embxrs and Until You Disappear

  Welcome/welcome back to the blog! We’ve got a few releases to get through! We have 3 singles to talk about. I wanted to just get it all done now because frankly, a backlog will only grow and I’m trying to keep it under control.   Let’s kick off by talking Gas Lit, the new single from our friends over in Embxrs. Now, I did have the privilege of hearing this track live on Saturday, and I honestly love everything about this track. It’s a bit more of a slowed down tempo, to begin with, but it does pick up, and even when it’s more chilled out on the verses, it still packs a punch. I honestly adore everything about this track. It’s phenomenal. It’s just so insane. Lyrically this song is just next level. I cannot comprehend just how insane this track is. Although it’s possibly the slowest track that we’ve heard from Embxrs so far, it’s still insane. It’s such a great track with a great feel to it. It’s just insane. I absolutely adore it. It’s just something else. It’s a song I loved from th

Apes by Good Hustles

  Welcome/welcome back to the blog! Today we’re back with one of many posts I’m going to be throwing at you this week. I’m getting my blogging mojo back, and we need to talk music. So, today we’re talking about the debut EP from our friends in Good Hustles. On the 25th of February, they blessed our ears with their EP Apes.   Apes opens with the title track, and this is one of those songs that just makes sense as an opening track. The whole vibe of it is a great intro to the EP. I absolutely love the intensity of this track, and I think it’s for some beautiful tempo changes in it. It’s honestly just such a solid track, and I’m in love with it. This is definitely a great first impression on the EP, and it’s an incredible track. It really does pack a punch. This is honestly phenomenal, so much better than I ever imagined it being, and we all know I have high expectations for Good Hustles.   The second track is one of the singles we’ve had from the EP, and that’s I Think I’m Having A Heart

Recent Releases: Distant Blue, Downcast, Protect Your Heart and Pavé

  Welcome/welcome back to the blog! I intended to do this post earlier in the week, but work got in the way, and then I went to a gig, so here we are! Today we’re talking about Downcast, Distant Blue, Pavé, and Protect Your Heart.   First up, let’s talk about Pavé. Now I’ve spoken about this lovely lot a few times and they truly are an incredible band. They released their latest single a little over a week ago, now titled Reset Me. This opts for a bit more a guitar-heavy sound compared to their previous singles, but that’s not a complaint. I’m actually a big fan of this vibe, and I swear, that chorus just won me over. The way it sounds, the way Alanya projects her vocals is extraordinary. Honestly, I love every single aspect of this track. It’s got enough of a tempo change for me to give it brownie points there, and there’s not a dull moment when listening to this track. It packs a punch, from the guitar, to the drums, to the vocals; every single aspect of this song is incredible. This

Recent Release: The Blams, Decade & A Day and Crashing Cadence

Welcome/welcome back to the blog! Today we’re back with a new blog post! We’ve got a lot to get through, but I'm going to split this up into 2 posts, so I'll have part 2 to this, up on Wednesday (I think). I know it feels like forever since I spoke about any new music, but I got a new job and it’s just getting the right balance. So let’s stop the rambling and get into this!   First, let’s talk about Crashing Cadence, now I’ve never spoken about this lot before because quite frankly I was only made aware of them when Luke dropped me a message asking if I could do press for the track. Now I will add, this track I’ll be talking about hasn’t been released yet. It should be being released soon, but we’re still going to talk about it. So Crashing Cadence are releasing their new track Lies soon, and although this is a bit heavier than a lot of the other artists we feature regularly, it’s still a good song, and I think if you’re more of a fan of your punk/punk rock, then this could be