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The Gaslight Anthem - 'Get Hurt'

Brian Fallon's band lose the Americana but keep the lovelorn anthems.

The Courteeners - 'Concrete Love'

The Mancunian arena-fillers' follow-up to their best album won't win over the naysayers.

Royal Blood - 'Royal Blood'

The Brighton power duo's turbocharged debut drags heavy-riffing rock out of the genre ghetto

Euphoria Audio - Euphoria Audio

This is the debut album from the Wakefield Quartet, who have already supported Aerosmith in front of 15,000 fans in Singapore. Talking about the album, frontman Matt said: "Every lyric on the record represents something that has been influenced by our

Benjamin Booker: Benjamin Booker review fiery blues-rock

Black Keys' frontman Dan Auerbach and Jack White might want to watch their backs: the 22-year old Florida-raised, New Orleans-based guitarist and singer Benjamin Booker is muscling into the blues-rock league.

Twin Atlantic: Great Divide review wistful stadium rock with heart

"You can tell that the youth of today have lost their voice/ No questions, we just accept what we're taught," sings Sam McTrusty on The Ones That I Love, opening Twin Atlantic's third album.

DragonForce: Maximum Overload review wickedly infectious metal

(earMUSIC)Fans of musical subtlety and cerebral introspection may struggle with DragonForce's remorselessly preposterous, high-velocity take on traditional heavy metal. In fact, plenty of metal fans let alone anyone predisposed to disliking something that

The Gaslight Anthem - Get Hurt (Album Review)

Although they'd just released a fourth cracking album of blue collar, punky rock ‘n' roll, there was a feeling after 2012’s 'Handwritten' that the Gaslight Anthem were treading water.

Owl John - Owl John (Album Review)

Solo albums have been an avenue of escape for a long time and on Owl John’s self-titled bow it’s the turn of Frightened Rabbit’s Scott Hutchison to work through a few things.

Spoon - They Want My Soul (Album Review)

The world keeps spinning, and Spoon go on with their business.