Detroit punks hone their ample strengths on a third album that's pure rock 'n' roll
Various : Corrosion
As punk recedes into distant memory, the stage seems set for unapologetic rockers to make like beasts in the politest way. Pitchshifter, Rage Against The Machine, Manic Street Preachers and others line
up to set teenage hormones free.
Necessary or evil? Pretty pointless,
but no amount of carping will deter anyone young enough to be blissfully unaware of why the original blueprints
of this stuff stank to high hell.
They’re still sombre, but the Manchester pop duo flirt with optimism on a fist-pumping third album
The Coventry trio's fourth album is sometimes ham-fisted, but always heartfelt
New releases from The Ordinary Boys, Demob Happy and more...
An ADD sonic patchwork informs the Sheffield group's best album to date