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Dennis's last content update – Feb. 26, 2018, 5:49 p.m.

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Wake - Misery Rites album cover


Misery Rites, 2018

9.0 / 10

Wake is a Canadian grindcore act. One of those grindcore-acts that have taken care of me not growing tired of the genre. The unrelenting speed and anger are good fun, ...

Dödsrit - Dödsrit album cover


Dödsrit, 2017

9.0 / 10

After a couple of years of reviewing I’ve got a love-hate relation with genre definitions. I love ‘em because it makes my job so much easier. Just should a genre ...

Baronen & Satan - Why Does The Blood Never Stick To Your Teeth/Satan Is A Lady album cover

Baronen & Satan

Why Does The Blood Never Stick To Your Teeth/Satan Is A Lady, 2017

5.0 / 10

Every now and then I find it entertaining to randomly pick something out of the promo-bin without overthinking what to review. Sometimes this way I discover brilliant stuff, sometimes I ...

Remedy - Cool album cover


Cool, 2017

8.0 / 10

One thing I love about split albums is that there’s more often than not one band on it that is new to me. I’ve discovered some really great bands or ...

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The Rememberables

One Question Interviews The Rememberables

Posted Feb. 24, 2018, 6:07 a.m.

Chris Moore (The Rememberables) SPB: Playing in more bands can be complicated planning wise. What will happen with your other bands if The Rememberables will really take off? Or the ...

Black Swift

One Question Interviews Black Swift

Posted Feb. 13, 2018, 10:45 a.m.

Sally Grayson (Black Swift) SPB: What did participating in The Voice bring you, both personally and artistically? When the talent scout approached me asking if I would audition for The ...

The Travoltas

One Question Interviews The Travoltas

Posted Feb. 3, 2018, 4:48 a.m.

Perry (The Travoltas) SPB: Should more punk bands listen to Beach Boys and use their influences? And which album would you recommend to start listening? Perry: That's an absolute ...


One Question Interviews Fonija

Posted Jan. 23, 2018, 11:05 a.m.

Deni Krstev (Fonija) SPB: Fonija is changing their sound on every record so far. There is a certain risk attached to that: alienating your fanbase. How is this turning out ...

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