Album Reviews

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: Unto Others – ‘Strength’

Thanks to the stereotypical views on Seattle, and grunge, the Pacific Northwest of America is often portrayed as the doom and gloom region of America. Which would make it fertile breeding grounds for heavy, doom-laden, goth acts. Enter Unto Others. Hailing from Portland, Oregon (the second-largest populated city in the …

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Review: SKAM – ‘Venous’ EP

Remember that advert from the ‘80s for Maxell where some dude is sitting in an armchair in front of a stereo and his butler comes in and slaps a tape into the player and presses play, and then the music starts up and the dude in the chair literally gets …

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Review: Inglorious – Heroine

Inglorious

You have to hand it to Nathan James. He doesn’t do anything the easy way! Following straight on from one of my favourite releases of 2021 in “We Will Ride” Inglorious take the unusual step of releasing an entire album of covers. Not any covers though. An entire album of …

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Review: Tremonti – ‘Marching In Time’

Having gone down the concept album route on 2018’s ‘A Dying Machine’, Mark Tremonti has returned to a more traditional album structure on new album ‘Marching In Time’; the fifth outing for his solo band known simply as Tremonti. Twelve tracks with zero connection (excluding the fact that they are …

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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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