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With this release, Trivium have further cemented their position in metal’s monarchy.
It’s the frenetic pace of Sew My Mouth Shut, Quitters and Bury Me where the band feel most at home.
This album is the perfect companion to see in Spring and as you Raise Your Head to the sky, revel in what’s truly this year’s feelgood hit of the summer.
It’s the grittier songs where Blessthefall sound more comfortable – and they do that honourably.
A second album can see some bands struggle to collate enough good ideas and content to create a cohesive song list. Dream On Dreamer have achieved that with Loveless, which is a refreshing mix of aggression and fond sentimentality
The Greatest Generation is a perfectly balanced record that will undoubtedly be the band’s crown jewel in years to come.
The Bronx are a real punk rock band. No glitz, no bullshit – just good times, with a bit of “fuck you” for good measure.
With Eddie Van Halen’s dive bombing guitar solos and David Lee Roth’s, at times, strained vocals, the band were in amazing form and put on an amazing spectacle that definitively wrapped up day one of what will hopefully be a recurring festival.
There’s little soul evident on this record. Here’s hoping they redeem themselves on album number five.
This album is without a doubt one of this year’s best punk albums and, considering it isn’t in English, is testament to the band’s songwriting prowess.