Dennis Jarman

Full time downtrodden album/gig reviewer and part time rock God!

Gnawing Hunger-Insidious-Single Review-Planetmosh

All hail Birmingam based noisemongers Gnawing Hunger as they spew out the venom with brand new single ‘Insidious’, another ferocious offering, hot on the heels following their April release of, ‘The Great Illusion’. Jackhammer blow drum assaults caught my attention from the off, pounding and pummeling with no respite throughout …

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Mojo Thunder-Step By Step-Single Review-Planetmosh

Kentucky’s renegade rock and rollers, Mojo Thunder release ‘Step By Step’, follow up single to the previous ‘Holy Ghost’. Formed in 2018, they release their sophomore studio album ‘The Infinite Hope’ on Friday, August 16th. With the new single, they will not be taking small steps, but giant strides courtesy …

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Vanitas-E.D.G-Single Review-Planetmosh

I’ve followed the progress made by Birmingham based, formed in 2022 band Vanitas with their now well used cinematic djent style for quite some time, getting heavier and heavier with each release, point proven by their major raging new single ‘E.D.G’, third track, that follows ‘Grey Morality’ and ‘Lies’, taken …

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Anvil-One And Only-Album Review-Planetmosh

1978, fifteen years old listening to the Friday Rock Show on Radio 1 and a song called ‘School Love’ by Anvil comes on, immediately drawing my attention to the Ted Nugent influences from the guitar work by Steve ‘Lips’ Kudlow and I was hooked immediately. Fast forward to 1982 where …

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