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Album: Feed The Rhino – The Sorrow and The Sound

June 10th, 2014

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Feed The Rhino
The Sorrow and The Sound
Siege of Amida Records
16 June 2014

by Gavin Lloyd

We all know that the days of “being in a band” going hand in hand with “being a rich and successful rock star” are long gone. Sure, some bands get bigger and reach arena-filling levels, but far more bands hit their glass ceiling at much smaller-sized venue levels. Despite earning themselves a stellar reputation as a ferocious live act and amassing a solid fan base off the back of it, when Feed The Rhino released their second album The Burning Red left many fans cold. It was up for debate whether the band had reached their peak, and it’s up to new album The Sorrow and The Sound to set the record straight.

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Album: Dyscarnate – And So It Came To Pass

January 30th, 2012

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And So It Came To Pass
Siege Of Amida Records
27 February 2012

by Von

Eshewing the recent trend in modern metal to be as technical as possible, Dyscarnate put their faith in big, brutal riffing and complex, but never wanky, drum work. That isn’t to say they pound out drop-D, one-note, bore-you-to-tears crap-fests – far from it. You don’t need a degree in guitar wank to enjoy this album. What you will need, however, is a neck, because I guarantee you’ll be nodding along, if not full-on windmill headbanging to at least one track.

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There’s a new Dripback video for ‘Kick Out Time’

December 7th, 2011

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Well, we were just sent the new Dripback video. ‘Kick Out Time’ is two minutes and forty-one seconds of five angry men in a dirty room interspersed with stolen news footage of those ruddy riots. You know Dripback stole the footage though. You know they did. We asked bassist, Adam Da Rat what it was all about…

Whose garage was this filmed in?
“Actually, it was filmed at a squat in South London hence the Sons Of Anarchy style backdrop. Everyone should go to more squat gigs.”

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