Tag: PJ Harvey

Review: “Loop Of Yesterdays” by Azusa

When Azusa released the critically acclaimed 2018 album “Heavy Yoke“, they declared themselves as creating “Avant-Thrash for the discerning listener“. A collective of players who you might have known better for their prior works formed the band in 2014 and with Eleni Zafiriadou of Sea & Air fame on vocals, Liam Wilson of The Dillinger

Review: “Self Titled” EP by Watch Me Die

Mixed and Mastered by Adam Rodgers and sporting a log from former xServitudex guitarist Ben Brodie, the self titled debut EP from London Straight Edge Hardcore crew Watch Me Die appeared back in January and led to their appearance at this summer’s second incarnation of Upsurge Festival. So having witnessed their set, complete with a

Review: “Self Titled” EP by Abstracademy

Hailing from Buenos Aires Argentina and comprising Carol Amy on bass and vocals, AJ on guitar and vocals, The Birdman on guitar and Manu Salas on drums, Abstracademy are a band who play Progressive Post Metal and released their debut, self titled EP in November 2018. Getting this underway is intrumental “Paralelo” which has guitar

Vs. Tuesday: Two Bands! One Song! Who Wins? FIGHT! Nirvana.

While it never received a physical single in the US, “Heart Shaped Box” gained a lot of air play for the Nirvana and charted well as a single Internationally. The final song performed by Kurt Cobain live, it was actually one he described as “not perfect”. A much loved song in both album form on

Review: “The Deathbed Sessions” by Cursed Earth

Having parted ways with original vocalist Jazmine Luders, Perth Australia’s Cursed Earth have taken the path that a small number of other bands (Snot, Biohazard) have taken and enlisted the help of no less than eight guest vocalists to appear on this new album. Perhaps surprisingly, they have included not only appearances from their friends