Dannii Leivers

Code Orange – ‘Underneath’ review: game-changing, forward-thinking hardcore that will draw blood and raise bruises

The Pittsburg quintet continue to push the boundaries with this incredible maelstrom of goth-laced melody and punishing intensity

Body Count – ‘Carnivore’ review: as long as there’s injustice, there’ll be a need for Ice T’s vital brand of hardcore

There was a time when Body Count, the hardcore-meets-thrash side-project of West Coast rap pioneer Ice T, was one of the most controversial bands...

PVRIS live in London: no new tunes, but it’s clear that frontwoman Lynn Gunn is an icon-in-waiting

New Order if they'd worshipped at the alter of London goth club night Slimelight instead of the Haçienda

Nasty Cherry – ‘Season 1′ EP review: this Charli XCX-assembled band represents the coolest of sisterhoods

This bite-sized EP (five breakneck songs clock in at under five minutes) references disparate influences such as Haim and Prince. It's a Charli-endorsed riot

Korn – ‘The Nothing’ review

On ‘The Loss’, the penultimate track from Korn’s new album, ‘The Nothing’, frontman Jonathan Davis sings, “happiness is a club I’ll never be in.” It’s...

Knocked Loose – ‘A Different Shade Of Blue’

What a time to be a hardcore fan. The genre is enjoying a renaissance, stacked with bands such as Show Me The Body, Employed To...

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – ‘Infest The Rats’ Nest’ review

Across the course of nine years and 14 albums, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard have switched up their sound more often than most people change...

Lust For Youth – ‘Lust For Youth’ review

Lust For Youth’s last album, 2016‘s ‘Compassion’, was the culmination of years of evolution. Back in their early days, when the band was still...

King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard – ‘Fishing for Fishies’

When it comes to neo-psych, there’s something in the water Down Under. Those cosmic scene kings, Perth’s Tame Impala, just headlined Coachella, while neighbours...

White Denim – ‘Side Effects’ review

Since they emerged as scrappy synapse-fryers in 2007 with their noise-punk EP ‘Let’s Talk About It’, White Denim have yanked us down every musical avenue...
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