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chaka (organart.com)19th JULY 09 - THE DUEL – Childish Behavior (FFRUK) – London punks The Duel with their latest album, all very very London... defiantly so... Melodic girl-fronted punk pop defiance and the infectious street-urchin spirit of ’77. Catchy, shouty, riffy, all pistol’d up and o bondage up yours and Blondie and Siouxsie dayglo and torn fishnets and... They’re good at it, not many doing it this way these days.. and they got their sound nailed this time, took themselves up a league or two.... www.myspace.com/theduel

16th JULY 09 - DEVIL DRIVER – Pray For Villains (Roadrunner) – Metal, we love it around here... Metal, it really does piss us off around here.. all that glossy corporate milking Download bulshit and the endless line of dumb copycat tattoos and hairspray - an endless parade of product pushing and marketing and image over substance and that bloke out of Static X, him with the silliest comedy hair of all.... But hey, Static X are long gone and Devil Driver have been making up for previous crimes and as modern corporate play-the-game metal goes Devil Driver have been one of the better experiences of recent times... You never know with these glossy Download generation metal bands though, even the good ones let you down in the end, that recent Killswitch Engage album was a big disappointment to put things politely... Pray For Villains piles in with relentless style and a pounding bone-shaking drum-pounding thrashing growl and Devil Driver are not letting up here - this kicks off where The Last Kind Words ended, that opening track is a modern metal sledgehammer to skull declaration of metallic intent and Dez and his crew don’t let up for the whole length of the album... OK so we kind of loose interest after six of so tracks, but hey, as short sharp blasts of short attention span throwaway metal goes, this is another good one from Devil Driver... You never quite know... www.devildriver.com or www.roadrunnerrecords.co.uk
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16th JULY 09   ONEIDA – Rated O (Jagjaguwar/Brah) – What is going on here then? I rather like it, what is going on though? Three copies of this triple album have shown up here in the last week, guess that’s wreckord companies for you. Rated O is something like being trapped in the back room of Club Dog with some Ozrics loving electronics freek (or maybe some mid 90’s squat where there’s not enough generator power for both light and sound and paranoia is playing with your head and is that the cops coming in again?). I guess those who weren’t really tuned in to what was actually going on musically back there when all that cross pollination was going down at free festivals and throughout the underground networks and such, will probably tell you that this is some kind of pushing the boundaries of kraut dub flavoured prog in to the here and now or something... It is a good album, don’t get me wrong, this is a great album, but hey, it don’t half sound like bits of Ullulators or Oroonies or I.Shensound and the rest with those bits of dub and the locked on forward movement and bits of electronic stoner punk-prog Neu and Gong and all powered by some impressive percussion and compressed ideas and... The second installment of their Thank Your Parents triptych of releases and all kind of kosmische and 70’s Kraut rock and that percussion nails it and not so much forward movement or breaking of new ground but the sound of a million illegal free festivals and underground squat jams and looking back while trying to push forward... Heard it all before, yep, the Brooklyn outfit would have sounded right on the ball in the poodle lounge of George Robby somewhere around 1993... Some of it even sounds like Webcore, not quite the magic of Webcore but do take that as high praise... this thing will not blow over, contact and switch the other... like it lots, floating anarchy indeed, sure some of it gets a little lost in the smoke, three discs long? Did it need to be? Wonder what happened to Evil Edna’s Horror Toilet? Really didn’t need three copies to get us to play it on the radio though... anyone one want one of these spare copies? First come, first served... Damn good album, like the ambition, like the guts, love the percussion, might get lost in the dark in the corner for hours, might be a good place... like the Captain’s Table or something... Nice one... if we play it again next time that will be three weeks on the bounce on the radio   www.enemyhogs.com or www.brahrecords.com
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CALLOUS  – Descension (Casket) – Metal, from Kent, could be from anywhere really, this time the band are from Kent... that universal modern metal thing done by a thousand and one bands from all corners of the planet, Callous are from Kent they could easily be from Ohio or California or New South Wales or...  They energetically crunch when they need to, they thrash (in a melodically thrashy way) when they need to, they do their thing in a decent enough way – Machine Head, Megadeth, Soilwork, Killswitch Engage – you know the score, you know the sound.... I guess they do it as well as anyone, decent enough debut seven track, no real x factor or identity or musical personality, and like I’ve said before, no idea why these bands are all just happy to conform to the rules and the blueprints and not challenge themselves or us a little more, decent enough though, maybe they’ll move it on challenge us next time, maybe they’ll grow a collective pair (as someone once said) and make some metal with a little bit of identity, guts and ...  www.myspace.com/callous
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ALBUM REVIEW: MALEFICENT – Demise (Sicktronic) - London based female fronted colourfully strident goth food fused with a dark electric undercurrent and a sinister industrial bite. Rather fine version of Nick and Kylie’s Where The Wild Roses Grow in amongst the blackness, the twisted malice and all the desire. Theatrical bents, conceptual performance – something a little extra in here, a touch more imagination, a kiss of class with the tight rope and smudged redness. A sound that lurches, pushing down heavy and if you like your Marilyn Manson or your Nine Inch Nails cut with a touch of Coptic Rain or Queen Adreena, with a hint of operatic desire, with a sprinkling of dark dark brooding blues in there with the rumbling electronica and the power and the black nails then this is rather decent – www.myspace.com/maleficentband

HEIRS – Alchera (Denovali) – Dramatically dark instrumental post rock epics of a brooding Swans, Pelican, Mono nature. Maybe a little less over-baring take on the suffocation of Neurosis, the musical claustrophobia... a soothing Godflesh of a band? Can you have a soothing Godflesh? Some of this really is effortlessly soothing... considered, every slow moving sound considered, crafted, warm.... monumental. Hunting, gathering, oppressively good, bleak yet full of hope and a euphoric undercurrent in that restrained low-end darkness. Heirs are from Australia, this is impressive, very impressive.... www.denovali.com or www.heirs.com.au

JULY 7th 2009:  FUZZ FUZZ MACHINE – The Most (Casket) - Decent enough, sometimes melodic, sometimes crunchy, modern metal from Italy (sung in English). Bits that taste of Pantera, of Breed 77, of this and that, decent enough.... www.fuzzfuzzmachine.com or www.coprorecords.co.uk
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THE STUPIDS – The Kids Don’t like It (Boss Tuneage) - Maaaan they’re sound good and new and in good health, real breath of fresh air kicking away the stale stench of rancid hairspray and hot topic punk rock marketing... The Stupids are back, feel the suck! And yeah, like we said when they put out that single a few months ago; a first, a born again band, sounding better than ever and like they’re doing it for something like the right reasons rather than to just cash in on former glories... far too many fat old middle aged bands cynically reforming when they really weren’t that good in the first place. First new album in twenty one years and some serious speed-punk thrashing moshing jumping off the speaker stacks skate skate skate like fugg in to the side of a ten ton truck. Still all the irreverent humour and that we don’t give a shit attitude, sounding like they’re having a blast and not taking themselves too seriously while making a rather seriously good album...  Spot on production, just the right side of raw, alive with energy and thrashing speed and are you sure this is the real Stupids and not a bunch of fresh faced new kids on the block making their first record? This can’t be a bunch of middle age punks? This might just be the Ipswich band’s best album ever! A rip cruncher or an album, it’ll bring a little tear to your eye, you’ll be wanting to go stick the carpet at the Hammy Clarendon... No no no, scratch that, this is now, oh watch out, the kids are back! Serious speed-metal-thrashing bloody-knee skateboarding wholesomeness punk rawk goodness for yer, think we’ll start a zine or something... – www.bosstuneage.com or www.stupids.moonfruit.com
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24th JUNE '09: KLAY  Maps Of Rebellion (Lockjaw) – Generic mathy indie post something or other conformity and more slavish following of the damn rules. They do it well enough, but you’ve heard every single moment of it before sometime someplace in the last year - bits of Biffy, bits of Monument To Masses, bits of this, bits of that, same voice, same phrasing, same polite, slightly mathy, slightly post-rock/hardcore, same old indie rock riffs... I don’t know, I guess there’s some point in sounding exactly like your record collection, damned if I can see it though. Thing is, there’s a decent band in here somewhere, so why have they played so safe and conformed so much this time around? Why such a lack of ambition when they really should have been building on that last promising album? Why are we using up our space telling you this...? Why? Why....?  Why!  www.myspace.com/klay

GODDASS – My Beautiful Sin (EMG) – God damn hell! More of this heard it all before dumbshit metalcore rule-obeying copy your record collection sound like your (already tediously unoriginal) heroes pointlessness. Will you people stop wasting your stamps and our time with generic gutless musical cowardice like this please - we’ve already got this same album released by seventy three other metalcore screamo beano killswitch engages this year. What is the damn point?  This lot are from Italy -  they can play, the singer can sing when he wants to, he can certainly growl, someone in there can do the regulation melodic bits, so why the hell don’t they take it all and at least try to be a tiny little weeeeny titchy bit different? Bedwetting metal is what this is, scared to do anything more than just conform to the tedious blueprint. And look at this press release frothing on about how “stunning” it all is and how they want to have oral contemplation with Bullet For a Friend and yeah, I know, I know, we usually just throw this generic crap in the corner and politely ignore it, there’s only so much of this time wasting bullshit we can take though! What is wrong with metal these days? Lookout, beware, when the full moon’s high and bright... No, we’re not even giving this lot a link, they don’t serve it. I’d rather listen to that damn awful Enter Shikari band all day than put up with anymore of these tedious metalcore copycats... 

HORDE OF HEL – Bodskam (Regain) - Thank the frothing lords of hell and all those cat-food bothering flies for that, some decent, challenging metal that doesn’t instantly sound like a hundred other metal things we already heard, something worth actually telling you about this hot sunny day! This is both originally different and really rather hell-boiled-up good! Horde of Hel “is a mysterious, clandestine collective of Swedish black/death metal scene legends and Blodskam is their highly anticipated debut”. This is good! This is misanthropic art, this is dark disturbing twists, turns and drones, this is all gone-wrong-at-the-church blackend melodies and hellish choral distortions, this is giant slams of slow-moving black metal with a sinister industrial godflesh of a twist, this is an adventurously challenging set of grimly sung atmospheres sliced open by evil riffs and  those slashes of voice and rhythm... This is forward moving, highly original, challengingly good black/death/whatever metal. This is evil, this is good, this is twisted black musical abomination, now go get me some ice cream please... oh yes, listen to that bit there jarring and ripping against that bit, listing to that choral moaning from the depths.. evil evil metal!  www.myspace.com/heldivine or www.regainrecords.com
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23rd JUNE '09: CURSIVE – Mama, I’m Swollen (Saddle Creek) - Ink blots shaped like Zeus? Blood red egg yokes burning? Something like that anyway - the body, the burning, the earthquake, you get a little more with Cursive, no need for great escapes (HBO or takeouts), plenty here to write about, the best years of their lives, out there in their world – out there in the world. Cursive make great records, they write great records – a fluid progression once more, something to really hang on to get in to, invest time in, go back for more  When he says he doesn’t want to know what he knows you believe him, and he thinks he’s going to hell and you’re convinced by the argument, he may just be right, wearing out those heels on a road to...  Cursive are an intelligent band, a clever band, they don’t need to wear it though, they don’t need to constantly tell us how cleaver they are – that’s the clever thing, it isn’t rehearsed, this is natural, the considered screams from the foaming mouths. He’s at his worst when he’s at his best. Tim Kasher and his fine band – a band equally as comfortable from their energetic pit with your punk mates jumping or at home with their words and dark light where have you been, sailing out to sea with your new best friend... plenty of treasure islands and tales to tell and who needs that cease and desist... Aren’t most bands burnt out by this point? Cursive just get better and better (or at least keep on being as good as ever). An album alive and bursting with questions, points, the morality of humanity, growing up, getting old, Peter Pan - a heady album, not one of those albums that instantly grabs hold of you, no, the Cursive way is a lot more subtle, a longer lasting set of questions to explore... They really are on of the best bands around, one of the most interesting set of people, a band you can hang on to...  a treasure island of reality, something with a little more depth, and how much do we need a little more depth right now – www.saddle-creek.com or www.cursivearmy.com or www.myspace.com/cursive

22nd JUNE '09: KILLSWITCH ENGAGE – Killswitch Engage (Roadrunner) – Various shades of blustery/slick/brutal/melodic/conforming modern metal that kind of passes by without really registering the personality or indeed the cutting edge of previous Killswitch albums...  www.roadrunnerrecords.co.uk

THE ROBOT LORDS OF TOKYO - Whiskey, Blood & Napalm (Self Release) – They’re not from Tokyo, they’re probably not even real robot lords, they're actually from Ohio... didn’t the Bionic dog come from there? They may not be real robot lords but they do make some rather muscled-up classic old school heavy metal/hard rock that takes in bits of Sabbath (both Dio and Ozzy periods), early Rainbow, touches of things like Dragonforce, Trouble, Maiden in there along with their obscure Kiss cover Larger Than Life that comes out sounding more Judas Priest that Gene and Co... Solid, good for your ears, no messing, old school hard rock/metal, they're maybe not doing much you haven't heard already but hey... www.robotlordsoftokyo.com

THE ATOMIC BITCHWAX – Tab 4 (Tee Pee) – Neat enough cover of Pink Floyd’s Astronomy Domine (though nowhere near as good as the Voivod version from back there), is it me or are the usually mighty Bitchwax sounding a little polite and middle aged middle of the road with their 70's sounding psychedelic stoner rock this time around? They hit the sweet spot now and again but... little disappointing - www.theatomicbitchwax.com

THE LEGENDS – Over And Over (Labrador) – More Swedish creamy dream pop that now and again has a tendency to hit the Jesus And Mary Chain button and drench everything in white noise fuzz and buzzing feedback. Seems the Legends is a one man band with a number of guests and voices and vibrant pop and degrees of Stereolab, My Bloody Valentine and such...  www.labrador.se

SAD DAY FOR PUPPETS – Unknown Colours (Sonic Cathedral) – Creamy girl-fronted shoegaizer indie fuzz pop from Stockholm. Think Mazzy Star, The Primitives, Madder Rose, mellow harmonies, lullabies, gentle sunny feedback and investigate over at www.myspace.com/saddayforpuppets should you feel the need.  www.soniccathedral.co.uk
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21st JUNE '09:  ADAM FRANKLIN – Spent Bullets (Hi Speed Soul / Second Motion ) – One time Swervedriver front voice (and main songwriter) with a refined set of reflective songs that have a clever positive Elvis Costello touch to them alongside that Swervedriver (Husker Du, My Bloody Valentine) feel. Rather impressively good, rather evocative, rather inviting once you open up and let those gloriously mellow songs in. Clever details, something a little more, alive with the understated beauty of it all. Rather recommended. www.adamfranklin.com

ASSEMBLE HEAD – When Sweet Sleep Returned (Tee Pee) – San Francisco’s Assemble Head with their third album and some 70’s sounding psychedelic rock goodness that flies along somewhere near those Notorious Byrd Brothers getting all alt.country psychedelic on us in a bright breezy stoner doom kind of way... Like them films with the lens flair sunshine and the bikers chasing the American Dream and all the Fear And Loathing and acid and the dream went wrong years ago and the bats, he’ll see the bats soon enough... Bits of The Who, bits of Jefferson Airplane, bits of Lalo Schifrin soundtracks where bad people in black Dodge Chargers are chased by the cool cops in even cooler black Mustangs up and down those San Francisco streets. All bliss-out vocal harmonies and acid guitars and the assemble head in sunburst sound indeed... www.myspace.com/assemblehead or www.teepeerecords.com

TYR – By The Light Of The Northern Star (Napalm) – Serious horns-up, sword-wielding Viking metal. Open track goes by the name of Hold The Heather Hammer High and tells of truths to be told on the wings of old – I think you get the picture.  They’re from the Faroe Islands and they damn well sound like it! This is excellent, they have the folk tradition in there with their pounding metal, and when they do it in their own language... oh yes, proper into the storm Viking Metal... shame those damn Faroe Islanders have no respect for all those whales they slaughter... www.myspace.com/tyr1 or www.napalmrecords.com

MEAT PUPPETS – Sewn Together (Megaforce) -  The born again 80’s American alt.rock cult legends blah blah blah.. .all sounds nice and breezy and all sewn together this time, all nicely sewn together in a breezy sunny alt. American way, all that rapid eye movement and.... www.myspace.com/themeatpuppets
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21st JUNE '09: GAY BEAST – Second Wave (Skin Graft) –   “Gay Beast are one of the few bands I’ve seen around  that are seriously challenging the form and content of modern rock music. Their compositions and execution are ambitious and effective. A truly unique and weird band” to quote Flying Luttenbacher Weasel Walter. And he’s right. Gay Beast, “Minnesota’s premier agit-prog queercore band” to quote once more, this time from the press release (wonder how many agit-prog queercore bands there are in Minnesota then?), have a new album, Second Wave, out right now – an urgent album, a precise album, a premeditated clatter of guitars, keys and pin-point drums flavoured with a dash of electronic psych and some cutting sax – a significant album, an exciting album, another thrilliant album. Spongy synth contradictions, obtuse angles, bits that go off and things, squalor alive once more, things left on the floor. Walter is right, Gay Beast are one of the few bands seriously challenging the form of modern rock music – that doesn’t make them a difficult listen though. Hard-boiled and jittering all over the place yes, very busy, rushing off in ten directions at once, never abrasive though. They do have a lot of early Cardiacs about them, they have lots of good things about them – tight pin-point new wave (dare we say pronk?) exploding knees and thingd eeexxxpannndiiinnnggg. Electronic psych, wild sax, waves of point feminism, no trouble leaving any house these days... Gay Beast are Cardiacs good in a Flying Luttenbachers meets Deerhoof contradictory way – yes, really that good!  We love doing this Organ thing when things like this land -  www.myspace.com/gaybeast or explore Skingraft’s site, there’s a good page of free sample downloads to get you hooked over there, you really need to buy the whole album though – www.skingraftrecords.com

18th JUNE '09:  ALEXISONFIRE – Old Crows/Young Cardinals (Roadrunner) - Forth album from the Canadian band, the follow up to Crisis and more of their bluster... Positive bluster mind you, little less obvious in terms of their screamo car crashes this time around, moving along in a feverish manner... They have some extra colour in there this time, a heightened sense of light and shade. All kinds of hints of things in there – is that a touch of Warrior Soul? Killing Joke (Accept Crime sounds very Joke), bit straight ahead driving hardcore, modern metal, moody bits where they want us to appreciate their sensitive side now and again... They say they pretty much want to put the knife in screamo, they certainly wounded the idea...  A not bad album, which is a lot more positive than we were expecting to be, rather decent, nothing vital, decent enough though - www.roadrunnerrecords.co.uk or www.theonlybandever.com
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17th JUNE '09: THE PRESENT – The Way We Are (LOAF) – The way they are this time is certainly not the way we expected them to be, this is as equally rewarding as last year’s The World I See, rather different though... well very different while still very much being The Present. The Way We Are is subtle, refined, enchanting, soothing, a treasure that’s laced with fine fine details... The New York outfit are seriously challenging themselves once more...  What at first would appear to be a set of cleverly controlled musical drones, are in fact some highly detailed whispers alive with glow and buzz and very subtle bits of Stravinsky-like forward movement. A gentle kaleidoscopic journey that they say is influenced by their home city of New York, by cats, oceans, by trees and David Lynch, by Buddhist Mantra, Friedrich Nietzche, mass transit, birds, life... Enchanting, hallucinatory, and that fifth track Press Play certainly does move like Rites of Spring, or is it Claude Debussy? Or Aphex Twin or Can or Boredoms or Shostakovich? Everything here seems kind of familiar only it really isn’t, this is new, this is different, beautifully understated glowing dream-states, quite inviting intensity that pushes deeper and deeper in to the psyche...  www.myspace.com/thepresentnewyork or www.l-o-a-f.com
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DREAM THEATER – Black Clouds & Silver Linings (Roadrunner) -  Some things can’t just be politely left to pass without a word or two. Some people seem to think we’re actually championing things like this when we talk of this multi-layered beast that is prog rock. You see, the thing about almost all of this (not very modern) modern (mostly North American) neo-prog is that it all seems so clinically cold, so ‘perfectly’ lifeless, so missing the whole point – tell me does this hurt you said the faceless man... Dream Theater’s take on progressive rock here once again is just far too slick, far far too obvious, far too clinically cold and drenched to the point of drowning in musical cliché after dreadful lyrical cliché - all far far too heartless, far too technically flawless and look-at-us-aren’t-we-the-shit. These people clearly do think their poop don’t smell, they clearly think their musicianship is a cut above, all technical ability and who need a soul. Just listen to the steaming pile of ego-wank stinking up that same old guitar solo there, and that one... and that one.... pile it on thicker than thick with a great big red not very progressive triangular pointy trowel, the case for sedation... It goes without saying that there’s nothing anything like anything that could actually be considered truly really ‘progressive’ in the real sense here. In terms of that thing pigeon-holed and side-railed as ‘prog rock’ then Dream Theater pile it on in a hopelessly dated late-80’s never-understood-it-in-the-first-place sub-Pendragon playing U.S AOR manner, nowhere near the glories of bands who really got what it was about in the first place. Dream Theater do it all in such an obvious, tiresome, heard it all before soulless way – are they deliberately trying to pile cliché upon cliché here? Are we just not getting their joke? Piling it all on in that cold clinical North American technical hard rock/heavy metal way of theirs. Dream Theater are not a band that do subtle.... We’ll give you that now and again things almost threaten to go somewhere musically interesting in some kind of prog in a safety harness kind of way – a way that suggests that they maybe could really do it if they had the guts (I’m sure they were better than this is their early days weren’t they?), The Best Of Times, now and again, during the thirteen minutes, touches on a hint of classic Rush or for a brief moment, a faint smell of early-years Marillion, only briefly though, before they pile in with more and more (and more) of their “technically proficient” musicianship   ... There are brief moments somewhere within the twenty minutes of The Count Of Tuscany that catch the ear before they get out their sledgehammer to crack the next nut and they tell us everything about this place just doesn’t quite feel right... Oh those lyrics, stay well away from those lyrics, do not tune your ears to those lyrics! 
             We bother to tell you this, rather than just doing our usual thing and politely ignoring it and not saying a thing, because some people seem to think that when we go on about our love of prog rock in our frothing barking way, we really don’t want you thinking that this kind of poop is what we’re talking about –this is dreadful, this is not what we’re on about... this is about as far away from the exciting cutting edge boundary pushing beautiful thing we talk about as it could possibly be, Dream Theater, once again, miss all the points completely and sometimes things can’t just be politely side-stepped and ignored... These days Dream Theater are dreadful band, their playing is dull, their route obvious, their egos are out of control, and everything about them in 2009 is wrong. - www.dreamtheater.net
 
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