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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  • The Infinitely Audible Void The New Music Conundrum. This one has been sitting in my “drafts” box for what feels like millennia despite the reality of the topic existing in my head within that fantastically unreachable dream that is living free rent. Though there will be some “arguments” here and an inexorable conclusion placed at the end for good format in tying these observational questions together, that is very much what this is. A set of irrevocably interlinked questions and observations with a three-fold origin. The first being my experience in the DIY press whatever-it-is these past however many years.…

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  • The Expanse Of The Internet “May Have Missed Volume 15” 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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  • Without Love – Northern England, United Kingdom Without Love and Surrender are together a double-fold debut entering into a Hardcore scene experiencing a nuance on the “standard” but equally blasting odes to and expanding on previous eras simultaneously, resulting in an effervescent and expressive cathartic drive into the now. This is where Without Love enter, crashing through more than one stylised era but heavily rounding their sound to that of the seminal, influential and crucially contrasting melody underpinning early 2000s Hardcore Punk-Rock. Without Love and Surrender, then, straight to it. ‘Surrender’ fervently soundtracks the raw, reverberating rebuttal of a bitten tongue…

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