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Fever 333's ‘Strength In Numb333rs’ is a rallying cry for the disenfranchised
It's intrinsically political and unafraid.
The Twilight Sad's 'It Won/T Be Like This All The Time' is full of power and sentiment
As equally intense as it is devastatingly raw.
Can't Swim's 'This Too Won't Pass' is a powerful and energetic record that deals in universal truths
Frenetic and furious.
Memphis May Fire's 'Broken' will surely help to rebuild the most shattered of souls
Punch-the-air anthems and whiplash-inducing mosh moments.
By embracing the confusion of existence, itoldyouiwouldeatyou's 'oh dearism' provides the perfect antidote
A rare and truly special band.
Architects take a difficult next step with new album, 'Holy Hell'
There are moments of uncomfortable bluntness, terrifying admissions and resolute promises to continue.
SHVPES display a refreshing unwillingness to play it safe with second album 'Greater Than'
They show adaptability that few of their peers can boast of.
'Bought To Rot' takes the punk energy of Laura Jane Grace's day job and adds a flourish of heartland American rock
An album of rants and ramblings about life on tour, divorce and depression.
Kagoule's 'Strange Entertainment' is an intriguing listen that gets trippier the deeper you get
Themes of battles with self-esteem and anxieties are concealed within fantasy and sci-fi references.
Active Bird Community's 'Amends' is smart and accessible, dazzling in its brightest moments
There’s certainly plenty to love about ‘Amends’.
Saves The Day's '9' is a Jekyll and Hyde record
There is nothing duller than a band singing about being in a band.
Antarctigo Vespucci's 'Love In The Time of E-mail' is a solid collection of songs with catchy hooks
The best moments come when they turn their guitars up and let them roar.
Cloud Nothings bring the fire back on 'Last Building Burning'
Just eight tracks long, ‘Last Building Burning’ is furious and focused.
‘Beside Myself’ is another leap forward for Basement
Each track is quick to entwine with and then tug sharply on your heartstrings.
Marcus Mumford, Killer Mike, K. Flay and more join Tom Morello for a bold but ultimately disjointed record
A worthy addition to Morello’s increasingly stretched canon.
After five years away, Swearin''s 'Fall Into the Sun' is a lo-fi delight of an album that may be their best yet
They've survived against all the odds and emerged all the stronger for it.
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