Superseed – The Debut Album.

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Superseed – Bristol, England, United Kingdom. (Cover) Photo credit – Steve F Evans Photography. An album that took a great deal of time in the making of sixteen tracks of genre crossing Rock, Superseed’s self-titled is really something. A very long something. Just listening to the album casually, Superseed’s Alternative…

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Xadium and Their ‘Whatevercore’.

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Xadium – Malmesbury, England, United Kingdom. Bands experimenting and finding their feet is always an interesting thing to observe and I have to say, progressing through Xadium’s short but incredibly diverse catalogue to date is really something. I first discovered the band at a local show in Bath at a…

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  • Sail – Taunton, England, United Kingdom Introducing Sail and the forthcoming ‘Emotion Motional Ocean’ is the order of the day. Combining that of an “introducing” feature and that of a few remarks on their soon to be released single I felt was the only way to properly depict the hybridised four-piece. Based around Taunton in the deep, dark and musically lucrative southern west country of England, a land where the riffs are as vigorous as the thickly comprised and broad accents, Sail have been releasing music to an undulating frequency since 2013. Grounded in the rhythmic, groove-laden, raw but also…

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  • Kirkby Kiss – New Jersey, USA Kirkby Kiss and Ouroboros, together, are a band and their respective and latest release marking “quite a year” for the band. One within “quite a couple” of years further in amongst “quite a time” for global and indeed specifically, North American Hardcore Punk. Just to add to the prose-catalysed confusion of that sentence and further localise this “quite a time metric”, focus on the USA and then again to the eastern state of New Jersey and we arrive with Kirkby Kiss and Ouroboros, but this time, with more literary sense. Ah yes, the power…

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  • The Expanse Of The Internet “May Have Missed Volume 14” is an attempt to counter the volume of requests I receive in the various Ear Nutrition inboxes as I type away. The venture of EN, when it boils down to the barebones of itself, is a spare-time hobby. I try to do what I can, as, after all, there is only so much I can electro-scribble down on a screen. Some don’t fit, others are simply irrelevant to the site but overall, if they pique my interest or fit the site and whatever trend it’s pursuing at that time, they…

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