Tag Archives: punk

Lesbian Bed Death – Riot of the Living Dead CD review

Don’t let for one second the name Lesbian Bed Death put you off this band – making you think they are some brutal death metal/grindcore band who sings about ripping out a woman’s vagina and eating it, as you wouldn’t be more wrong. Hailing from Stoke, this gothic punk rock …

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Splatter – Fear of the Park CD review

Punk rockers Splatter are back with their new studio album Fear of the Park, and although the sound quality of it may be as poor as a crippled hobo living in North London – Fear of the Park has some rather interesting and enjoyable moments that are great to sing …

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Arnocorps – The Ballzy EP

“I’m ballsy! I’m a stud! I don’t take shit from anyone! I’m ballsy! I’m a stud! I smoke my stogies wherever I want! I’m ballsy! I’m a stud! I don’t take shit from anyone! I’m ballsy! I’m a stud! I smoke my stogies wherever I want!” Best learn the words …

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The Terraces – The Terraces

Hailing from England and the working class suburbs of Melbourne, Australia, The Terraces are a no-nonsense punk rock act fronted by one of the legends of the punk era itself. I had the pleasure of reviewing their first single, “Union”, a few weeks back on the site and having now …

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The Terraces – Union (Single)

Hailing from England and the working class suburbs of Melbourne, Australia, The Terraces are a no-nonsense punk rock act fronted by one of the legends of the punk era itself.  “Union” is the first single from their forthcoming debut album and is a wonderfully anthemic track that showcases a knack …

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