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CD Review: Bastions - Island Living The Isle of Anglesey hides a dark secret in amongst its torrent of natural history and arable lands. A dark, sonic secret that renders you incapable of doing anything other than beating your chest red as the fragility of everything around you suddenly becomes all the more noticeable. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/13528/ | 485 hits
Live Review: Caliban + Stand + Fig 4.0 + D-Rail At risk of being derided on the Fracture forum for the rest of eternity, I'm going to try and describe what I saw and heard at the Bassment one night last week. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/782/ | 458 hits
CD Review: Reign Supreme - Testing The Limits Of Infinite Fists come flying courtesy of Philadelphia's own wall of sound Reign Supreme. Taking shape as an almighty slab of dense but evocative hardcore that doesn't once try to masquerade its metallic influences. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/13006/ | 340 hits
CD Review: Beat The Red Light - Untitled The original run of Beat The Red Light's debut EP sold out while the band were on tour, but this five-track effort is now being re-released into (hopefully) wider circulation, with a little help from Manchester-based not-for-profit label TNS Records. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/12319/ | 755 hits
CD Review: Fightstar - Be Human Fightstar's third full-length, 'Be Human' finally sees the concept-loving, inherently theatrical post-hardcore band hook up with an orchestra. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10730/ | 1,046 hits
CD Review: Mum Locked In Castle - Vultures Mum Locked In Castle's 'Vultures' EP kicks off with a song of two halves. The first half of 'Volta! Volta!' is scarily professional-sounding, buzzy rock that blends an unlikely combination of hardcore and experimental elements. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/10330/ | 720 hits
CD Review: The Plight - Winds Of Osiris 'Winds Of Osiris' the debut full-length from Leeds' The Plight, is a definite grower. Initially, you'll struggle to see past frontman Al's vocals, which have all the garbled messiness of hardcore, whilst falling just short on the aggression that usually characterises the genre. www.leedsmusicscene.net/article/11336/ | 1,075 hits