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The Damn Truth-Lonely-Single Review-Planetmosh

Welcome back to The Damn Truth as the Montreal based rockers return with their both feet kicking new single ‘Lonely’, released ahead of their headlining UK July 2023 tour. Three thrilling minutes from this slow burner threatens to ignite at any time but they keep us guessing throughout as grinding …

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Kaine-Extinction After-EP Review-Planetmosh

Kaine, the irrepressible band formed in Colchester 2009 forge on with their unrelenting five track EP Extinction After. Formed and fronted by Rage Sadler, the Bruce Banner of metal,”Don’t make him angry, you won’t like him when he’s angry!” Opening track ‘Evil I (All Hail The Evil One)’ is an …

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Vanitas-Eventum-Single Review-Planetmosh

Formed in Birmingham 2022, Vanitas first came to my attention with their highly impessive self titled four track EP and they return just under a year later with a brand new single ‘Eventum’ released on May 19th, already reaching just under three thousand YouTube views. Four furious minutes effortlessly soothe …

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Trespass-Wolf At The Door-Album Review-Planetmosh

It seems rather fitting that Wolf At The Door, studio album from Trespass is released on May 26th 2023 via From The Vaults! Formed in 1979 in Sudbury, Suffolk by guitarist/vocalist Mark Sutcliffe and brother Paul Sutcliffe on drums , they embraced the NWOBHM (New Wave Of British Heavy Metal), …

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Syncolima-Wavelengths-Album Review-Planetmosh

Welcome back to Syncolima, the curiously titled band from Mansfield, Nottinghamshire who have just released their sophomore studio album Wavelengths that features stunning artwork from Andy Pilkington at Very Metal Art , following Where The End Meets The Beginning, their 2021 debut. These ten tracks prove that they put the …

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Tygers Of Pan Tang-Bloodlines-Album Review-Planetmosh

Welcome back Tygers Of Pan Tang who have just released their new studio album Bloodlines courtesy of Mighty Music! Formed in Whitley Bay, Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1978 embracing the NWOBHM (New Wave Of British Heavy Metal) movement by releasing several singles via local Neat Records and their debut studio …

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