Category: Review

Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes - Modern Ruin

Review: Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – Modern Ruin (2017 – International Death Cult Records) 

TL;DR – Modern Ruin is a sophisticated Punk album for the modern ages. Frank Carter has proved once again that there is more to him than the hardcore punk front man that we first met with Gallows. Frank Carter is a name that has carved it’s way to the centre of the hardcore, punk and rock scene over…




10 Albums

10 Albums That Impacted Me As A Teenager

As some of you may be aware, there was a viral ‘Copy & Post’ going around Facebook recently of the 10 albums that impacted you most as a teenager. I thought I’d run with that and go a bit more in depth with each of my 10 choices. So here we go, in no particular…




2016 - Sargent Peppers Tribute

2016: A Year in Review

Ah 2016, the coffee stain on the desk that is the 2010’s. It’s certainly been a bit of a weird year! Politics have turned down a road that no-one expected. Not even those leading the way saw this coming! On top of this, there are claims of the year being cursed thanks to a constant…




Distraction Pieces Podcast - Cover

Check it Out – Distraction Pieces Podcast

Come read my latest blog on why you should check out the Distraction Pieces Podcast by Scroobius Pip. Not afraid to discuss the big issues, you find Pip making the big names open up like they’re speaking to a mate over a coffee.




Negan sizes up Rick and the gang

My Reaction – The Walking Dead (Season 7 – Episode 1)

Well look at that. Dawn is breakin’. It’s a brand new day, Rick! – Negan Warning – Spoilers ahead! It’s safe to say that this episode has gone down as one of the most anticipated episodes in the history of The Walking Dead and it certainly lived up to the wait. After the episode finished…




Mike Colter as Luke Cage

Review: Luke Cage (Season 1 – 2016) **Spoiler Free**

Luke Cage is the newest collaboration from Netflix & Marvel. Here are my thoughts.




Review: Every Time I Die – Low Teens (2016 – Epitaph Records) 

This is a career defining album that plunges Every Time I Die to darker more personal song writing than we’ve heard before, representing the band’s various styles from the last 18 years.




Review: Baking Bad, a recipe book by Walter Wheat

Whilst travelling back from work one day, I tweeted @JustEatUK about a new advert they had hung on the train I was using. Complete with TV Box Set food puns printed on a takeaway receipt, it was a recipe for engagement. @JustEatUK anyone would swear you're trying to sell me something… #AdvertsInTheWild pic.twitter.com/dTLKJets7M — Mike…