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Band Profile: Delirium Theory
DELIRIUM THEORY have worked hard to acquire a reputation on the Yorkshire music scene as a band who move between genres, producing some of the most technically diverse, and yet readily accessible hard rock to ever come out of this great county.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/12575/ | 526 hits
CD Review: Old School Enemy - The Crust
Rising from the heap of the usual heavy metal band are Old School Enemy. The riffs heavy, the vocals powerful, the bass booming and the drums the barbed wire that surrounds this dangerously good record.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/17254/ | 303 hits
Band Profile: Cut Yourself In Half
Bradford's Acid Rock Riff Master's
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/14454/ | 587 hits
CD Review: Broken (NY) - Tanjras
If anyone's guilty of throwing the term "sounds like Tool" around, then it's me, and maybe Simon Glacken, but in this case, Broken have obviously been studying their copies of 'Lateralus' and 'Aenima'.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2601/ | 405 hits
CD Review: ENVOYS - Violescent
Firstly, like with most Post-Rock esque albums you have to listen to the full thing to reap the benefits.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/17782/ | 278 hits
Band Profile: Every:Dying:Moment
Every:Dying:Moment are a five piece outfit from West Yorkshire
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/14069/ | 374 hits
Live Review: Minus
It's always hard being the first band to kick off a whole festival and today it was the job of Icelandic melodic rockers Minus to win over a crowd of festival goers who probably had no idea who they were.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/3040/ | 353 hits
CD Review: Brassik Lynt - Overdrawn
In the field of heavy metal/ hard rock, some bands try their very best to push forward the template to an otherwise limited genre.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2529/ | 521 hits
News Article: Excellent Album Review From The USA
Another fantastic review of Jupiter Falls debut album "Revolution" from Rock and Roll Animal Farm in Florida.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/18124/ | 303 hits
CD Review: Young Guns - All Our Kings Are Dead
Young Guns have a meatier, hard-rock and metalcore influenced take on melodic punk rock. Although this album delivers a sugar-suckerpunch, it has the big riffs to extend that headrush into something more long-lasting.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/13080/ | 2,438 hits
CD Review: Feeder - Call Out
Previewed earlier this year on Feeder's two 'secret' Renegades tours, 'Call Out' sees Feeder make a conscious effort to shake off the last half a decade of their musical career, and recapture some of the grit of 'Polythene' and 'Yesterday Went Too Soon'-era Feeder.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/13008/ | 519 hits
Live Review: Mono + Red Stars Parade + A Day Left
They came all the way from Japan to play in Leeds, so I thought I could make the journey from Bradford to see Mono, purveyors of epic, sky scraping post rock a la Mogwai, Godspeed, etc.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/3867/ | 1,015 hits
News Article: Cut Yourself In Half give free download from upcoming album
There must be something in the water in Yorkshire which brings about kick ass heavy riffing. With the emergence of Pulled Apart By Horses, Hawk Eyes, Blacklisters, Humanfly, something must be feeding the land of the dark, satanic mills with pummelling riffs and fiendish intent.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/17342/ | 196 hits
CD Review: Knock Out Kaine - Kandy Kaine
With riffs to rival Slash, and vocals that seem to have just leapt out from a Guns N Roses record, this EP has a great rocking, metal feel to it.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/14430/ | 639 hits
CD Review: Arch Enemy - Khaos Legions
Arch Enemy have really raised their game on this release. Following some 4 years on from the release of 'Rise of the Tyrant', there was undoubtedly much pressure on the band to deliver the goods; it is, therefore, a huge relief to find out that Arch Enemy haven't toned down their approach, but instead have released an album which not only packs more punch than a heavyweight boxer, but retains the unmistakable sound that Arch Enemy have been perfecting for a decade and a half.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/14638/ | 916 hits
News Article: Jupiter Falls "Revolution" Album Review From The USA
Review By Leslie J. Bialik (Music Critique, California, USA "Revolution" by Jupiter Falls October 9, 2013 "Revolution", the debut release by UK band Jupiter Falls really is a showcase for their excellent songwriting, singing, musicianship and production skills.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/18070/ | 223 hits
Live Review: Velvet Revolver + McQueen
7.00 PM and the gates to hell opened as an array of Velvet Revolver fans poured into Leeds Uni for a feast of pure rock n roll.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/9678/ | 811 hits
Live Review: Two Wheel Fury + Two Legs Bad + Flaming Apes Head + Anabasis
This is the honest truth: I just got off the phone to a friend of mine and when I mentioned that I had been to the student union Battle of the Bands, she said "Oh, and did the winner of the event happen to be a metal type band who did some well known covers?" The formula is that obvious then.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/799/ | 330 hits
CD Review: RZA - Afro Samurai: The Resurrection (Soundtrack)
For those of you not familiar with RZA, he is a rapper and producer who didn't attend class when they began teaching 'gangster, bling and bitches are cool.' He was probably sat at home playing chess, watching a Kung Fu movie, or perhaps even practising Kung Fu.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10489/ | 494 hits
CD Review: Katatonia - Night Is The New Day
Although the phrase 'symphonic, atmospheric doom-metal' may conjure up visions of ten minute long, utterly thankless, glum-faced instrumentals, the eighth full-length offering from Swedish doom-metallers Katatonia administer eleven shots of compact, melodic doom-metal that bucks the genre's trend for self-indulgence.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/11642/ | 464 hits
CD Review: Lindemann - Skills In Pills
The debate has raged for many a year. Who was the world's first rock star? Some say it was Mozart. He certainly fits the bill; being a genius child prodigy.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/19217/ | 635 hits
CD Review: Days Of Worth - The Western Mechanism
Somehow no matter how hard you try - and I mean really, really try - you just can't imagine Surrey as the backdrop against which tales of angst-ridden suburban alpha-male woe are set to wistfully melodic slabs of post-hardcore rock.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/3712/ | 925 hits
Live Review: Nerve Engine + Father + Forced To Die + Hot Prophecy
When Hot Prophecy first start their set, two things become apparent very quickly. The first being that the sound quality is very good considering the size of the venue and the second being that the band are clearly in love with what they're playing.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/7499/ | 638 hits
CD Review: Chickenhawk - A. Or Not?
Following on from their debut full length, Leeds' Chickenhawk release three track EP 'A. Or Not?' EP opener 'I hate this, do you like it?' throws the listener in at the deep end, with a stormy introduction of chugging riffs gathering to a brief peak of rioting drums and shrapnel guitars, before the drums settle into a steady, background rumble, shot through with urgently squealing riffs.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10975/ | 563 hits
Live Review: Wildhearts + Sign + GU Medicine
GU Medicine's mix of heavy rock and roll is delivered with convincing force, just like the headliners.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/8354/ | 897 hits
CD Review: McQueen - Break The Silence
After already being one up on the fact I had seen these girls perform all these tracks live, whilst supporting The Almighty in Sheffield, I was interested to see how well it sounded on more produced level because their set was pretty bloody good.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/8020/ | 864 hits
CD Review: Saviours - Accelerated Living
Third full-length from stoner-metal crew Saviours, sees them move away from the sludge-rock of previous efforts 'Into Abaddon' and 'Crucifire' in favour of a sharper, cleaner production that highlights just what a talented group of musicians they are.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/11351/ | 692 hits
Live Review: Morassi + Chevron + Mozo
Ah, Players. The Landlord looks grumpy, the beer is rubbish, and it's full of teenage nu-metal fans. I don't know where else you'd want to be on a Friday night, especially when there are bands on...
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/9820/ | 309 hits
Live Review: Catylyst + Brody + Colour of Fire + And None Of Them Knew They Were Robots + Drugdealer Cheerleader
It's nights like this that show what's great about the Leeds music scene. As I'm walking to the Well it pisses it down.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/1071/ | 585 hits
Live Review: Diawara + Fobia + Jimmy Glass
Having settled myself down before soundcheck with - wait for it - a glass of water (not being one to skint the rock and roll lifestyle), I watched with interest as a varying and frankly baffling array of workshop tools, guitars, miniature drumkits and animal-print amps were wheeled onto the small stage by an equally delightful assortment of long metal hairstyles, arranged tent-like above the leather-jacketed Fobia, and the tie-and-shirt-type figures of headliners, Diawara.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/1026/ | 483 hits
Live Review: Whitehouse + Broken Bone + WhoresWhoresWhores
It's been a long, excited wait for this to come along, since promoter Benbow told me a couple of months back that he'd "only gone and booked Whitehouse".
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/8676/ | 728 hits
CD Review: The Dangerous Aces - ...Deny All Responsibility
TNS Records fans may remember The Dangerous Aces from the 'Mainstream Music is Shit' compilation, so it comes as no surprise that their debut album is fast and furious DIY punk rock, all gloopy with snot-nosed vocals and played with the sort of sloppy enthusiasm usually reserved for the live arena.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/13600/ | 1,334 hits
Live Review: Tupamaros + Hunter Gatherer + Pylon + Eighty Six
First - an apology to NONE OF THEM KNEW THEY WERE ROBOTS - as I trotted down the steps of The Cellars for this my first "Collective AKA" night, I heard the final chord of their set and saw the singer lie down on the stage.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/936/ | 434 hits
Live Review: Mishkin + Elephant vs Leopard
As cities go, Leeds has a hell of a lot to offer when it comes to club nights, gigs, and general nightlife.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/14627/ | 632 hits
Live Review: Chasing Dragons + Forever And A Day + Further From The Truth + Our Innocence Lost + Time To Leave
When you think gigs in Leeds, several names spring to mind. The O2. The Well. And, of course, The Cockpit.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/15875/ | 535 hits
Interview: Anvil
Victoria Holdsworth spoke to Steve "Lips" Kudlow of Anvil at their June 24th Newcastle O2 Academy show.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/14913/ | 1,067 hits
Interview: Red Stars Parade
Red Stars Parade: a refreshingly piquant slice dropped into Leeds' musical soft drink
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/6247/ | 1,482 hits
CD Review: None The Less - The Way To Save Ourselves
There's no denying that None The Less' mini album is an impressive one, but it's also one that has some very clear negative points, in addition to good ones.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10800/ | 709 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Kerrang! The Album '09
The genius of the annual Kerrang! compilation is that, like the Kerrang!-sponsored Download festival, if you're an avid reader of said magazine, then chances are you're already familiar with every last band on this mammoth forty-two track compilation, even the acts being billed as 'ones to watch out for.' Spanning two CDs, it's conveniently split into mainstream-bothering punk and rock songs on the first CD, and metal and heavy rock on the second.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/11000/ | 1,829 hits
Live Review: Funeral for a Friend + The Rapture + The Von Bondies + Franz Ferdinand
Who was Franz Ferdinand? He was an arch-Duke of the Austro Hungarian Empire until 1914 when he was killed by an assassin in Sarajevo.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2328/ | 1,323 hits
Live Review: Billy Talent + Santigold + Dear Prudence + Black Moth + Pure Love
Gallows are doing just fine since the departure of Frank Carter last summer proving that the singer doesn't make the band; meanwhile the world awaits Carter's latest offering in new incarnation Pure Love.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/16947/ | 431 hits
Live Review: Suicide Silence + Deez Nuts + Bleed From Within + More Than Life + TRC + Heart In Hand + Evita + Basement + Polar + Silent Screams + Crossbreaker + The Ocean Between Us
The Ocean Between Us have a tough job in opening up the 2nd day of Ghostfest, but rise to the occasion in spectacular style.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/14989/ | 1,241 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Music By People Who Drink Cider In The Gutter
'Music By People Who Drink Cider In The Gutter,' the mammoth twenty song, twenty band round-up of punk bands from in and around the Manchester area, kicks off with 'Midnight Scene' from The Dangerfields.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10371/ | 1,052 hits
Live Review: Defenestration + Scurge + Misled Vision + One Bullet Left
The Snooty Fox in Wakefield is slightly different to the majority of pubs that you'll will have no doubt drank in.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2965/ | 1,045 hits
Live Review: Fifth Goodbye + The River Club + Rays of Helios + Twist Eye
Leeds' local punk, emo and ska promoters Strikepunks put on a veritable banquet of emo hardcore deliciousness this Friday, as the Cardigan Arms played host to four hot new bands playing the circuit for nothing more than that which is the greatest love of all, that wonderful love of music...
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/2870/ | 658 hits
Live Review: Slaves + We Were Promised Jetpacks + Yak + Hookworms + Rat Boy + Raketkanon + Plastic Mermaids + Gaz Coombes + Treason Kings + Polo
featuring.... Polo, Treason Kings, Gaz Coombes, Plastic Mermaids, Raketkanon, Rebecca Clements, The Mispers, Genghar, Rat Boy, Hookworms, Yak, We Were Promised Jetpacks, Slaves Yay.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/19106/ | 541 hits
CD Review: Gay For Johnny Depp - Manthology
Gay For Johnny Depp's 'Manthology' is a career-spanning retrospective to put all other retrospectives to shame: a whopping thirty-one track roundup of the band's entire recorded output to date.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/11582/ | 1,007 hits
Live Review: Aces & Eights + The Voltaires + Honeycomb Love
Aces & Eights are one of the only recent bands who have not come directly from MySpace. Rather than relying on the support of their, admittedly, over 1000 "Friends" they've worked their way up through the grimy Leeds pubs to arrive, not quite signed and slightly tainted, at the Cockpit.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/9580/ | 960 hits
Live Review: Mariko + Beat Route 62 + Divided By Zero + Sugarvalve + Blueryder
Charity begins at home or so they say. Well I've never really understood what that means but charity was the aim of the nights over Monday and Tuesday this week at Joey's Well.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/1175/ | 566 hits
Feature: Cosmo's Song
Leeds Music Scene talks to the Devon-based musician and filmmaker Cosmo Jarvis about his career so far and what lies ahead.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/17396/ | 317 hits
Interview: Young Guns
With their much-anticipated debut full-length released earlier this month, Jessica Thornsby spoke to Simon Mitchell, the bass player in High Wycombe's Young Guns.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/13156/ | 1,355 hits
Interview: The Ghost Of A Thousand
The Ghost Of A Thousand vocalist Tom Lacey speaks with Leeds Music Scene
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10776/ | 614 hits
Live Review: Bromheads Jacket + Plan B + Shut Your Eyes And You'll Burst Into Flames + This Ain't Vegas + Yes Boss + Kalev + The Hair + The Yell + Bam Bam Francs
The greatest festival of nu-wave this side of anywhere, Nastyfest continues to be the crown jewel in the Faversham's sizeable repertoire.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/6764/ | 2,236 hits
CD Review: Senser - How To Do Battle
Rap-rock pioneers Senser have existed - in various incarnations - since the 80's, and their faux American accents, rapped vocals, vague but politically-charged ideology, and industrial-metal-meets-hip-hop backing tracks, feels seriously at odds with the current scene.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/11291/ | 1,346 hits
Live Review: Gallops + Redtrack + Lafaro + Exit International + Reaper in Sicily + The Brilliant Things + Wilder + Nerves + Peers + Runaround Kids + Kvelertak + Blacklisters
The quality marking out the artists who did well at Leeds Festival (and maybe in real life too) was that they engaged an audience with themselves and with their music.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/13424/ | 1,178 hits
Interview: Brody
Andy Roberts talks to Brody ahead of their end of year festivities at the Royal Park...
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/1615/ | 423 hits
CD Review: Various Artists - Some Things Still Matter
To celebrate their one year anniversary, Leeds-based record label Philophobia release a sixteen track compilation of some of the bands they've worked with over the past twelve months, with a few additional bands thrown in for good measure.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10964/ | 660 hits
Live Review: The Fall + Allo Darlin' + The History of Apple Pie + The Jeffrey Lewis & Peter Stampfel Band + Sky Larkin + The Chapman Family + Nine Black Alps + Post War Glamour Girls + The Do's + Let's Wrestle
This compact little metropolitan festival is a perfect aperitif to the season of summer behemoths about to kick off with Glastonbury.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/17664/ | 457 hits
Live Review: Prince & 3RDEYEGIRL
As Prince plays for the third time in the UK this year, playing two consecutive shows at London's Roundhouse on June 4th, it seems appropriate to take a look back at his stunning performance in Leeds on the 23rd May at Leeds Arena.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/18501/ | 632 hits
Live Review: Bloodhound Gang + Electric Eel Shock
For all of those about to read, if you know either of these bands then you will most certainly know what will be coming up in this review.
www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/6009/ | 3,497 hits

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