Gerard Way Live Review Published On Bring The Noise

Leaving his career as lead singer of My Chemical Romance behind Gerard Way has transitioned into something a lot more adult. As his fan base ages and the kind of emo rock from days past becomes less of a fad, Way has chosen to go in a completely new direction.  Taking inspiration from brit-pop icons … Continue reading Gerard Way Live Review Published On Bring The Noise

REVIEW: Nightcrawler



Jake Gyllenhall stars as Louis Bloom, an unsettlingly confident human encyclopaedia of the Internet living in contemporary Los Angeles. Desperate for work of any kind Lou stumbles upon the underground world of ‘Nightcrawling’ where freelance video crews descend into the night like vultures, in order to get grotesque footage of crime scenes and car crashes to package up and serve for breakfast across the morning news.

After stumbling upon this new way to make a quick buck, Lou gets his grubby hands on a camera and a police radio, quickly setting to work. With his disturbing bulging eyes and greasy man bun, sociopath Lou prowls the streets awkwardly like a jackal in search of blood and death in a world where the more horrific the death, the more money you get and the higher you fly up the TV news ladder. All he has to remember is “If It Bleeds…

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Review: Marmozets – The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets

Here’s my review of Marmozets debut album The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets published on the Audio Addict website.


The Marmozets - The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets

If you ever caught one of Marmozets live performances over the last two years, you would have either have been jaw-droppingly stunned by Becca Macintyre’s incredibly tenacious screaming or in tears of terror at the thought of such a shy Yorkshire lass being so aggressively awesome with an on stage persona leaving toilet circuit audiences scooping their jaws up from the floor after each set.

Although this album may be the bands debut, there is nothing novice or beginner about it. Unlike other hardcore bands, the Yorkshire five-piece comprises of two sets of talented siblings, like a heavy version of The Jackson 5 or The Osmonds, those genes have a bucket load of musical talent.

Unlike the fiddly earlier material written by the band, this album is toned down, yet still heavy and littered with perfectly constructed choruses that wont leave you lost in a daze of math core…

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Q&A With Marmozets

Noise Cannon


With their debut album The Weird And Wonderful being released next month, big things are waiting on the horizon for Yorkshires finest five-piece. Trading in their characteristic screams for a slightly poppier sound, the band mix their mathy hardcore with a blend of pop to create what could possibly be the best album of the year. We caught up with Marmozets to find out just how excited they are to finally release their long awaited debut.

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Fourth Series of Game Of Thrones met with ‘sickened’ complaints from viewers

Noise Cannon

Cult HBO series Game Of Thrones returned to our screens on Sunday evening for its fourth series. The return of the fantasy drama was met with elated delight from its fans, but also sparked complaints about the degree of nudity and violence displayed on the show.

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My Chemical Romance – Fake Your Death

Noise Cannon


On the 22nd March 2013, My Chemical Romance announced after twelve years together that they would be parting ways. Almost a year later and the build-up to the bands greatest hits album May Death Never Stop You has been rekindling the sadness felt by their dedicated fan base. With the release of the bands last ever single ‘Fake Your Death’ the end seems to have hit hard, it’s time to say goodbye to an era.

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Canterbury – Dark Days (from Electric Banana)

What’s this? The tricky third album is always a hit or miss situation, something notoriously hard to get right. A band has to try and develop the sound and the success of their previous two albums, whilst still making something fresh and exciting. For Farnham’s finest Canterbury this task didn’t appear too daunting, Hitting the … Continue reading Canterbury – Dark Days (from Electric Banana)

EP REVIEW: Wicked Snakes – Lead Me To The Sun (from Bring The Noise)

Creating an EP with no specific genre boundaries in mind can always be a risky business. The mix of sounds you decide to lumber together has the potential to be as disastrous as some concoction mixed up by Ron Weasley in potions class. Wicked Snakes have taken a risk with their debut EP Lead Me To The Sun by … Continue reading EP REVIEW: Wicked Snakes – Lead Me To The Sun (from Bring The Noise)

Top Five Post-Hardcore Albums Of 2013

1. Bring Me The Horizon, Sempiternal Gone are the days of the almost indecipherable vocals of Oli Skyes. The screams of ‘Alligator Blood’ are instead swapped with the echoing cries of heartfelt resentment and pain in the bands fourth release. Turning over a new leaf may just be the best thing yet to happen to Bring … Continue reading Top Five Post-Hardcore Albums Of 2013

Song Of 2013- Bring Me The Horizon, Shadow Moses

One of the most anticipated albums in the world of rock 2013 was brought in with the heartfelt cries of “This Is Sempiternal”. Lead single 'Shadow Moses' is perfection embodied within the screaming echoes of Oil Sykes toned down yet somehow incredible moving vocal performance. Slowly skulking in, the heavy guitar riffs pounce and reclaim … Continue reading Song Of 2013- Bring Me The Horizon, Shadow Moses