Inacoma – Isn’t That True

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Following the release of their self-titled debut EP, Swedish rockers Inacoma back its success up with the uncaging of new single Isn’t That True, a heavy stomp of a track which gets ears, attention, and an appetite for more easily excited. Taken from their first release, the song croons and rumbles, flirts and roars with anthemic persuasion to confirm Inacoma as a band with a very healthy future ahead of them.

Inacoma began in 2013 in Stockholm, formed by multi-instrumentalist Adam “O” Olsson who had previously played guitar in pop/rock band called No Definite Time. He subsequently linked up with vocalist Cristo Hage, a former lead guitarist in metal band The Last Providers, with the band line-up completed by drummer Jonathan Olsson. The trio soon had honed a mix of hard and alternative rock which, as evidenced by their EP and now the new single, brings feisty hooks and fiery grooves in line with whipping rhythms and ravenous riffs. It is a stirring proposal carrying something familiar yet in a presence as fresh as it is energetically creative and tenacious.

Isn’t That True is the perfect gateway onto the band’s sound, its vivacious and muscular presence virulently infectious but with a bruising intensity which is just as easy to devour. From a distance with a groove already working away, the song looms in to fill ears with flavoursome melodic and sonic tempting veined by more intimidating but no less magnetic rhythms. Like a mix of Foo Fighters and Soundgarden merged with a healthy slice of Johnny Wore Black and Creed, the track is a snarling consumption of body and appetite. It offers a design of guitar enterprise entangling riffs and hooks which are only there to seduce but with inventive unpredictability across the song and great vocal variety, it all unites in something fresh and spicy.

Isn’t That True is three minutes of prime rock ‘n’ roll from a band which you know will only get bolder, hungrier, and more compelling. Inacoma is the name, so go check out now.

Isn’t That True is released on July 6th

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RingMaster 01/07/2015

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Pacific – Those Nights

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After the success of previous single Time to Forget, which along with widespread praise went on to earn potent radio play over 80 stations across the country including the Huw Stephens show on BBC Radio 1, UK band now Pacific release another single taken from their forthcoming EP. Fair to say Those Nights is another song marking out the band as a highly enjoyable and seriously promising proposition, and one surely destined to the same acclaim and exposure as its predecessor.

Emerging in 2011, Pacific consists of vocalist/pianist Anthony Orzel, bassist Daniel Orzel, guitarist Dave Bithell, and drummer Drew Burns, a quartet no strangers to earning strong support for their sound live and through singles released before Time to Forget was unveiled earlier this year. That song and now Those Nights have pushed the band to a new plateau of not only attention but also creativity, a step certainly making their forthcoming EP a highly anticipated proposal.

Pacific cover_RingMaster Review     Those Nights opens in a hug of piano and vocals, Anthony Orzel providing a magnetic coaxing which is soon joined by a vivacious mix of key enterprise and rhythmic shadows. Their company also brings a livelier air and energy to the emerging song, its core melodic charm and warm radiance a kinetically shimmering tempting contrasted and accompanied perfectly by the earthier tones of bass. It is a potently contagious mix though there are moments where the song resists exploding into a hinted bolder blaze of sound and emotion. Hindsight suggests the band is right to rein it in, the fluid and beautifully rounded body of the song a persistent persuasion never leaving a moment bare of virulent persuasion.

The very enjoyable teaser of the band’s two singles this year ensures their EP will be an eagerly devoured proposition, and though Those Nights might not end up as your favourite single of the year or even this summer, but it also might, we suggest it could be the one you return to most often.

Those Nights is out now

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RingMaster 01/07/2015

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STUNNING NEW VIDEO SINGLE FROM IMMENSION RELEASED

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Steel City metallers ‘Immension’ continue their climb with the brand new video single for ‘In Vain’ which is taken from their debut album of the same name and out in stores now.

Watch ‘In Vain’ right here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9poeYC-qeXY

By pulling from a host of sources, but namely the layered webbing of ‘In Flames’ and the accessibility of ‘Trivium’ and ‘Arch Enemy’, Immension have carefully crafted a sound that cunningly blends the fundamentals of contemporary and metal; the end result is absolutely exhilarating.

Immension were originally formed in 2008 in Sheffield by founding members Jake Kearsley and Tim Dolan. Drummer Jonni Sowter entered the fray in 2011, and the aspiring riff beasts soon set to work on honing their sound. It wasn’t long before the Steel City crew hit the road and toured throughout the whole of the UK. The band then went on to record and self-release two EPs. Both records sparked extensive praise and support from Kerrang!, Rock Sound, Total Rock Radio, Terrorizer and Powerplay Magazine, all helping to catapult the band to a national level.

Immension’s debut album, ‘In Vain’, has just been nationally released and it sets a clear marker, drawing a definitive line in the sand for the trio. The riff slingers now lift the album’s namesake as a new video single and are set to charge forward. The single is an energetic assault on the senses that will undoubtedly pull you in, while highlighting the band’s maturity and careful texturing through perfectly woven guitar work and thoughtful arrangements. The Yorkshire metallers are here and are poised to reach new heights.

– IMMENSION’S VIDEO FOR ‘IN VAIN’–

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Spears – Little White Lights

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Barely out of their creative wombs, UK alternative rock band Spears has been sparking some keen attention for themselves in the few months of their existence, and are bound to stir things up again with the release of their new single Little White Lights. The song reveals plenty as to the fuss emerging over the band and alone makes a very potent base for the Sheffield quartet to build upon.

With their ages ranging from 16, through frontman Rowan Scott, to eighteen, Spears is young and fresh in every aspect, and as their first single shows, also very accomplished. The video for Little White Lights caught the eye and enthusiasm of BBC Introducing, which seemingly as much as anything led to its single release, and with a successful appearance at Brighton’s The Great Escape Festival it looks like 2015 is brewing up to be a major year for the band.

Little White Lights opens with thrusts of spicy guitar, further sonic hues adding their bait within a few already flavoursome seconds before it all settles into a vibrant and mischievous stroll. Rhythms bring appealing bulk to the song from this point whilst the vocals add expressive and energetic captivation, their presence sparking perfectly off the evolving adventure in the music around them. A mellower caress cups ears before things get tangy again, a new wave like spicing enriching the inventive and off beat twists and turns of the song throughout. With a more straightforward heavier rock foraging of ears also contagiously breaking out, the track is an eventful and resourceful introduction to the band and their highly enjoyable sound.

Obviously it is only one song heard but if Spears continue in this vein, they will be gaining and exciting a great many more eager appetites before this year alone is out.

Little White Lights is released on 31st Aug via End of The Trail Records.

Check out its video below…

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RingMaster 29/06/2015

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The Retrospectives – Confusion

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If you needed any evidence that UK rock duo The Retrospectives were raised on 60’s and 70’s rock, punk, and wave, then you only have to check out the pair’s new single Confusion. Like a mix of Tom Petty and Ryan Adams with a spicier feel of Television to it, the song is a sultry flight of guitar pop ‘n’ roll which without quite setting the passions ablaze provides ears and pleasure a very flavoursome four minutes.

Hailing from Sheffield, The Retrospectives consists of guitarist Tom Galton and bassist Will Stocks. Emerging in 2004 with an infectious vintage guitar sound inspired by artists such as Elvis Costello, The Rolling Stones, and indeed Tom Petty and Ryan Adams, the band quickly courted a strong and loyal fan base through their hunger to play live and their subsequent singles. 2014 saw the pair play over 60 UK gigs just between March and July whilst over time they have shared stages with the likes of The Boomtown Rats, The Buzzcocks, Bruce Foxton’s From The Jam, Paper Aeroplanes, and My First Tooth, as well as sell out Liverpool’s famed Cavern Club themselves. Fresh from Brighton’s The Great Escape and with a headlining tour this summer in its support, the band’s new single is ready to add its charm to upcoming hot days and sultry nights.

Confusion instantly cups ears in a caress of guitar jangle and expressive vocals, crisp beats kissing their introduction at the same time. A spicy guitar groove adds its brief lure as the song slowly spreads its charm, eventually offering a rich and lively sigh of rawer rock ‘n roll before relaxing back into its initial hot smoulder. Familiar and wantonly catchy at times, the song blends nostalgia with a fresh imagination to entice from start to finish with resourceful enterprise.

Confusion is not a song to incite swinging from the rooftops in lust but it will keep luring anyone with an appetite for vintage and modern rock with a swig of Americana back for more and more; a strong success in anyone’s book.

Confusion is available June 29th through https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/confusion-single/id1013127552

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RingMaster 29/06/2015

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Night Dials – I’ve Done More Things/I’ll Sleep When I Die

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From psych to garage rock, beat to pop; all the flavours of sixties rock ‘n’ roll are woven into the blend of nostalgia and modern invention crafted by UK band Night Dials and makes their debut single one feistily captivating proposition. A double A-sided offering from the West London based quintet, the encounter reeks of vintage influences and passions yet sits perfectly in the tapestry of modern music with a constant appetite for the old in its imagination. It might not be an entrance and release by Night Dials to set the UK music scene ablaze but with a thoroughly enjoyable presence it does insist that the band is firmly put on the radar.

Apparently leading up to the creation of the tracks making up the single, Night Dials recorded their first song I’ve Done More Things with Liam Watson at his legendary Toe Rag Studios, an environment decked out with pre-1969 equipment. A lack of money caused the recordings to be abandoned but led the band to a dingy cellar in a London pub where in a surrounding of “rattling wine bottles and kegs” they experimented, cultured, and subsequently recorded their first release. Cavernous and soaked in evocative reverb, the two songs emerging and making up the band’s first single thrust the imagination into decades past and the potent swing of current explorations and inventiveness. Recorded in the underground of London, the release is indeed pure underground rock ‘n’ roll, a proposition which captivates and lingers with organic potency.

Picture 51_Reputation Radio/RingMaster Review     I’ve Done More Things instantly offers a thick fuzzy persuasion as jangly guitars collude with punchy beats within fizzy smog of sonic temptation. The vocals also make a quickly convincing entrance; their mellower effect wrapped tones an eager dance on ears whipping up imagination and appetite as easily as the more raucous sounds around them. The raw and sparse production only adds to the success and character of the song, its touch as much recalling the essence of sixties music and its recordings as the psychedelic breeze encasing the minimal but dramatic rhythms and the unfussy pop fuelling infectious melodies and the endeavour of the guitars.

It is a rich lure matched by the briefer but no less stirring adventure of I’ll Sleep When I Die. It opens with a magnetic embrace of echoing vocal harmonies and slim guitar enticing, their union building into a flirtatious stroll as new textures and sound join the almost nursery rhyme like charm of the song. The surf coated imagination of the guitars soon brings a richer climate and invention, the song even more irresistibly enthralling as it brews new hues in a senses inciting persuasion which is just a devilish mix of old and new spawned from a heart for the past.

Both songs leave an urge to know more about Night Dials and explore a sound which maybe can be best described as a union of The Yardbirds, The Sonics, Jesus and Mary Chain, and 13th Floor Elevators, but in the hands of Night Dials is something fresh and different again.

I’ve Done More Things/I’ll Sleep When I Die is available from June 22nd digitally and on 7” vinyl via Ciao Ketchup Recordings @ https://ciaoketchuprecordings.bandcamp.com/album/ive-done-more-things-ill-sleep-when-i-die

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RingMaster 22/06/2015

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Project Silence – Flesh Of The God

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Though less than two years since Finnish industrial metallers released the rousing and impressive single One Way to Hell, time seems to have gone particularly slow waiting for the next instalment of their creative ravishing of ears and imagination. The wait is now over as the band unleashes new single Flesh Of The God, a track building on the potential and gripping qualities of its predecessor and those bred in the band’s previous debut album, and with ease revealing itself as the Kuopio quintet’s finest moment yet.

cover\- Reputation Radio/RingMaster Review   Project Silence began as 2008 opened its eyes, originally as a dark electro /aggrotech seeded solo project for founder and vocalist/programmer/keyboardist Delacroix. Towards the end of that first year drummer Silve_R alongside guitarists J and Mr. Sanderz were brought into the project with the following summer seeing the band begin work on their first album. Its creation and songs saw a stronger industrial and melodic metal flavouring evolving in the band’s sound, one reinforced by the rabid throaty tones conjured by new bassist Sturmpanzerjäger who joined up at the start of 2012. 424 was released in the winter of that year, its sprawling brawl of intense promise within a conviction of brutality and rabid enterprise soon awakening attention and acclaim. The album was as diverse as it was uncompromisingly contagious, a potent base from which One Way to Hell grew its own fresh and creative fury across two songs. It was a new stretching of the band’s imagination and bracing sound but now shown as also one step towards the fiercer and more skilfully incendiary design of Flesh Of The God.

The new single makes a low key yet ominous arrival around ears, keys brewing a sonic mist and warning from which the song erupts with rampant riffs, rousing rhythms, and rugged creative terrain. The keys continue to weave an alluring atmospheric coating around song and imagination, within which the vocals of Delacroix, aligned to equally volatile sounds, pounces with emotive growls and venomous expression. Melodic persuasion is just as potent and persuasive in the tempest too, bringing a warmer climate and tempering to the hostile emprise trespassing and thrilling the senses but simultaneously emphasizing its power and uncompromising attitude.

Electro, metal, industrial, symphonic and more are textures and spices all entwined within the creative maelstrom of Flesh Of The God, the result Project Silence’s most inventive, explosive, and virulent offering to date.

Flesh Of The God is out now @ http://projectsilence.bandcamp.com/album/flesh-of-the-god

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RingMaster 16/06/2015

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