Album Reviews

Review: Gorilla Riot – ‘Solace’ EP

Solace (noun): “comfort or consolation in a time of distress or sadness” (verb): “give comfort or consolation to”. For Gorilla Riot frontman Arjun Bhishma both descriptions of the title of the Mancunians latest EP are pretty apt; “Solace began as a solo project for me, as they are four very …

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Review: Heavy Water – ‘Red Brick City’

So, there are plenty of entries in the category of “famous father and child musicians” (Bob and Jakob Dylan, Bob and Damian and Ziggy Marley, John and Jason Bonham, Willie and Lukas Nelson, even Billy Ray and Miley Cyrus…), but with a few exceptions, when it comes to pairings that …

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Review: Singles Round-Up

Another week, another fresh batch of hot new singles ticking all the boxes here at DGM Towers. Here are a few examples of what we have been listening to over the last few days; as usual, click on the artist’s name in bold and follow the link to the YouTube …

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Review: TesseracT – PORTALS

Imagine taking the twisted, maniacal, terrifying music of crazed Swedish metal monsters Meshuggah and turning it into something beautiful. I give you…TesseracT. In 2021 we have begun to see a change in the way we see live video releases. Gone are the shots of ecstatic crowds undulating and moving like …

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Review: Feuerschwanz – ‘Die Letzte Schlacht’

When it comes to more bang for your buck, Napalm Records are pretty much untouchable. Nuclear Blast runs them a close second, but when push comes to shove, Austrian-based Napalm is the market leader. Deluxe packaging and incredible content are standard for Napalm – check out the recent unboxing of …

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