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Cursive are no stranger to concept albums. In fact, over the course of their impressive two-decade-long career, it’s something they’ve been fairly well known for. From organised religion on 2006’s … [Read more...] about Album Review : Cursive – Vitriola
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After a seven-year hiatus, The Get Up Kids herald a triumphant return with the release of their brand new EP, Kicker. The angsty punk legends, whose songwriting topics and style helped to spearhead … [Read more...] about Album Review: The Get Up Kids – Kicker
Stars and Scars contributor Becton Simpson was lucky enough to spend last weekend at Donington Park for the legendary Download Festival. Out of the 20 amazing acts they managed to catch over the … [Read more...] about Download Festival – 10 Bands You Should Have Seen
It’s been a long time coming but finally, Emo Nite LA arrived in the UK, and what better occasion than for the Slam Dunk South Pre-Party. A small line formed outside the O2 Arena just before doors … [Read more...] about Feature Story: Slam Dunk Festival 2018
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The intriguing and mysterious nothing,nowhere. continues to impress on his second full-length album ruiner. Hiding his face in photographs and wearing his trademark hoodie in dark, shadow dominated … [Read more...] about Album Review: nothing,nowhere. – ruiner