Category Archives: Reviews

Underworld: Evolution Review

What a film. Well, it’s not well-made. The further along it went, the more questions I had. Why are the immortals called immortals if they can be killed? If the “good” people know that they may be going up against … Continue reading

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Godflesh: Post Self Review

Godflesh made their live return in 2010, played a string of successful shows and slowly worked their way toward making Decline and Fall and A World Lit Only by Fire, two releases that saw the duo justify their return with … Continue reading

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Converge: The Dusk in Us Review

So Converge recently released The Dusk in Us. What you hear on The Dusk in Us are songs written by Converge. It is safe to expect that the album sounds like Converge. “Eve” would have been a good fit on … Continue reading

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Quicksand: Interiors Review

Quicksand, first album in a while and so on. The first thing to note is that the band don’t sound uncertain here. There’s an air of confidence as each member slots well into each role they fulfill, layering each sound … Continue reading

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Azonic: Prospect of the Deep Volume One Review

Azonic’s Prospect of the Deep Volume One is an excellent album. It has been put together quite well and sounds as meticulously thought-out as it does improvisational. Each track (especially Oblivion of the Deep) invokes strong imagery as it carries … Continue reading

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Ups and Downs: The Sky’s in Love With You Review

Ups and Downs have a new album out called The Sky’s in Love With You, so here’s a review. The new album from Ups and Downs sees the band release something that sounds like a continuation without sounding as though … Continue reading

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SEIMS: 3 Review

3, the new album from Sydney band SEIMS, is really good. It might even be great. 3 is brief, and thankfully not a minute is wasted. There is no filler whatsoever as every part feels purposeful, regardless of how much … Continue reading

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