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  • Nycosia - 'Pariah' EP (Wavelength Records)
    they say don t they Those people who pay 80 to watch a faux classic band on a video screen in a football stadium They watch bands in holiday camps and on cruise ships these people who think they still have it have in fact turned into their parents possibly even their grandparents They can t see that the kids in bands or simply loving bands in 2016 are no different to the kids they were in the seventies eighties or nineties The haircuts might have changed but this life is cyclical Nycosia are kids They unashamedly write in their biography that fitting the playing of gigs and the writing of new material around their college work is difficult but this TechMetal Djent four piece based in Hereford has written and recorded a five track debut EP that is easily as competent as every similarly heavy release sent to us for review by forty somethings clinging on to some hopeless pipe dream of rock n roll success but get this there is an energy ensconced in the virtual grooves of this extended player that most of the others of severely devoid of It s youthful energy sure but the band members of Nycosia hold in their hands a stepping stone of an EP rather than a disc representative of an eternal longing for success This young band has that certain something and it s wholly apparent via the content of this fine Pariah EP that it could be the start of something truly special Vocalist Adam Barkley has pipes that belie his young age they have been summoned from the Seven Gates of Hell it seems at times but the kid can sing too and he mixes the styles up to great effect throughout the tracklisting There s an unexpected

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  • Über Röck-Kick Ass Rock N Roll
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  • Incite - ‘Oppression’ (minusHEAD Records)
    Records CD Reviews Written by Mark Ashby Friday 22 April 2016 03 20 Tweet For more than three decades now the name Cavalera has been synonymous with brutal intense and often ground breaking heavy metal Max Cavalera has been associated with two of the most innovative acts of that period first with Sepultura and then as leader of the genre defying Soulfly Now it is the turn of the next generation to step out of their father s not inconsiderable shadow and deliver their own particular middle fingered salute to metallic mediocrity Leading the charge as he has done albeit sporadically and almost consistently within the comfort zone of the Cavalera clan for the past decade is stepson Richie as frontman for his own extreme groove machine Incite based out of the family s adopted homeland of the American mid west frontier This fourth album from Incite is one which lives up to the ardent promise displayed in its triptych of predecessors and also takes the band to the next level It s an album which lives up to the name as it is an oppressive assault on every sense and emotion But in every positive sense of that statement as it brutalizes and emotes simultaneously From the opening sharding riff of the appropriately entitled statement of intent that is Never Surrender Oppression is an album that shreds your nerve ends with clinical precision and then comes back to feed on the bleeding entrails of your bleeding corpse Lendo s sharp snappy drum patterns which eschew the niceties of needless fills in favour of good old fashioned accuracy underpin Christopher El s hammering bass which pounds in a way which is antithetically complementary to the restrained aggression of his rhythm partner Rome s guitar grunts and grinds its way through

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  • Incite - ‘Oppression’ (minusHEAD Records)
    own extreme groove machine Incite based out of the family s adopted homeland of the American mid west frontier This fourth album from Incite is one which lives up to the ardent promise displayed in its triptych of predecessors and also takes the band to the next level It s an album which lives up to the name as it is an oppressive assault on every sense and emotion But in every positive sense of that statement as it brutalizes and emotes simultaneously From the opening sharding riff of the appropriately entitled statement of intent that is Never Surrender Oppression is an album that shreds your nerve ends with clinical precision and then comes back to feed on the bleeding entrails of your bleeding corpse Lendo s sharp snappy drum patterns which eschew the niceties of needless fills in favour of good old fashioned accuracy underpin Christopher El s hammering bass which pounds in a way which is antithetically complementary to the restrained aggression of his rhythm partner Rome s guitar grunts and grinds its way through heavy bottom ended riffs which are simultaneously packed with aggressive melodies and punishing shredding Meanwhile Cavalera proves himself to be very much in

    Original URL path: http://www.uberrock.co.uk/cd-reviews/24-april-cd/17516-incite-oppression-minushead-records.html?tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page= (2016-04-24)
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  • The Heavy - ‘Hurt And The Merciless’ (Counter Records)
    of the fourth season of the Vampire Diaries the sixth season finale of Entourage the fourth episode of Community the third episode of Rookie Blue and the second season summer finale of White Collar The song is also featured throughout the 2010 feature film The Fighter So knowing all that have you ever picked up an LP by The Heavy You should have because these guys should be huge If you haven t I would suggest you dive in and start with this their fourth release Hurt And The Merciless because from a fans view point they have got better and better with each release not bad from a bunch of guys from Bath So whilst the rest of the world is raving about Vintage Trouble fully understandably I might add I ve seen both of them a few times each live do a search and pull these guys up I know which one I prefer Opener Since You Been Gone hits you straight from the off the retro vibe and Isaac Hayes style entry just grabs you this is straight up funk rock and soul led from the front and what a front man Kevin Swaby is turning in to I mean anything with horns in does me every time and it just builds and builds and listen to the reverb on the guitar Next up What Happened To The Love hits a funk gospel groove just listen to that backing and you really start to hear the Hammond noodling away in the background On to Not The One and you re really caught up in the groove slow and funky hints of Sly The Family Stone underpinning the sound step forward the bass There is not a weak track on Hurt And The Merciless period while there s

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  • The Heavy - ‘Hurt And The Merciless’ (Counter Records)
    by The Heavy You should have because these guys should be huge If you haven t I would suggest you dive in and start with this their fourth release Hurt And The Merciless because from a fans view point they have got better and better with each release not bad from a bunch of guys from Bath So whilst the rest of the world is raving about Vintage Trouble fully understandably I might add I ve seen both of them a few times each live do a search and pull these guys up I know which one I prefer Opener Since You Been Gone hits you straight from the off the retro vibe and Isaac Hayes style entry just grabs you this is straight up funk rock and soul led from the front and what a front man Kevin Swaby is turning in to I mean anything with horns in does me every time and it just builds and builds and listen to the reverb on the guitar Next up What Happened To The Love hits a funk gospel groove just listen to that backing and you really start to hear the Hammond noodling away in the background On to Not The One and you re really caught up in the groove slow and funky hints of Sly The Family Stone underpinning the sound step forward the bass There is not a weak track on Hurt And The Merciless period while there s very definitely a retro vibe grounded in 70s funk rock and soul you realise quickly that it s been refreshed and up dated for 2016 I don t think there s actually a standout track on the LP mind simply because it is all bloody brilliant I can see Nobody s Hero perhaps featuring in the next

    Original URL path: http://www.uberrock.co.uk/cd-reviews/24-april-cd/17491-the-heavy-hurt-and-the-merciless-counter-records.html?tmpl=component&print=1&layout=default&page= (2016-04-24)
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  • Über Röck-Kick Ass Rock N Roll
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