Tim Loud takes a listen to the latest masterpiece from Warrington folk-punks Roughneck Riot. "An album that shows a maturity in its lyrical and musical content, whilst still clearly powered by an airtight comradery and a burning passion to fight the world’s injustices one diddle-drenched banger at a time."
Ollie Stygall reviews the latest album from Cornish hardcore thrashers, Rash Decision. "The Rash Decision sound is complex, brimming with technical riffs and rhythmic twists and turns, without sacrificing any of the impact of their ferocious assault. They can switch in an instant from G force-inducing velocity to a grinding breakdown."
Tim Loud reviews the new 12'' from Botched Toe - a heavy new project from members of Matilda's Scoundrels, Domestics and Feral State. FFO: BIB, Gel, Warthog
Tim Louds lends a critical ear to the smashing new surf EP from The Zipheads. 'Surf Wars Vol. 1' nods towards punk, ska, soul and swing, whilst remaining true to that original garage surf sound.
"Crazy Arm have spread their wings so that 'Dark Hands, Thunderbolts' touches on Americana, country and western, hard rock, folk and even Ennio Morricone-style Spaghetti Western soundtracks. In short, this is a remarkable piece of work."
"Crooked Little Sons are the righteous distillation of 60 years of rock and roll in 45 terrifying, beautiful and electrifying minutes." FFO: The Hives, The Bronx, Motorhead, MC5, Nosebleed.
Sarah discusses the joy of falling in love with ‘Wasted Energy’, the new album from frenetic Melbourne indie-punks Press Club.
Punk session super-group Pi$$er have released a rare 7'' that brings a fresh perspective to old school hardcore. FFO: Doom, Discharge, The Domestics, Beat The Red Light