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Wilmette – ‘Wilmette’ EP (Mutant League)

Our resident panda by the name of Hannah has spent a good part of this year reviewing bands and music she’s not heard of before but very quickly grown to enjoy and add into her playlists – and this is another group that falls into this category. Wilmette are an upcoming band from Chicago who combine pop-punk with twists of post hardcore that come together in a fresh new style that you can’t help but fall in love with. For this self-titled EP, the band saw themselves teaming up with a producer Seth Henderson who is known for some great music with pop-punk bands Knuckle Puck and Real Friends, so you’re instantly expecting great things to come…

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The Lickerish Quartet – ‘Threesome Vol. 1’ EP (Self-Released)

There is no doubt about it, 2020 is a horrible year. This is one of those moments in history in which you wish you have a time machine to fast forward time; we all know this by now. But, of course, this doesn’t mean that we cannot get cool things from it – as our man in Valencia found out when he discovered that half of Jellyfish had got together (virtually) for a new project…

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VIDEO OF THE WEEK – JAMIE LENMAN

It’s hard to believe that it’s been seven whole days since we last awarded our coveted ‘Video Of The Week’ title, and, despite the ongoing, and some cases renewed, lockdowns in many parts of the Überverse, we are still receiving a healthy bundle of submissions for our coveted ‘Video Of The Week’ title. Many of them are produced against the background of continuing quarantine conditions in some countries, while others reflect artists being able to return and flex their creative muscles once again.

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Paradise in Flames – ‘Devil’s Collection’ (Blood Blast)

Brazilian four-piece Paradise in Flames are back with their third album. ‘Devil’s Collection’ sees a return of the powerful symphonic black metal sound that initially captured the attention of Brazil’s underground scene before being exported further afield. The thunderous release, ‘I’m Sure Your Gods Have Seen This Before’ has once again ignited interest for Paradise in Flames. Do the remaining nine tracks combine to make an album capable of backing up the lead single?

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