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Out For Blood album review by Organ Magazine
Another Coventry band (and more brutal beards) and more ferocious hardcore metal outbursts, this time more of a dense stretched to bursting doomcore scream-out of a brutal hardcore sound. ...( read more)
Posted on 12 Nov 2006 by TDKYD

Out For Blood album review by SUBBA CULTCHA
Sometimes, being belligerent, heavy and brutal does not a metal band make.

This collection of eleven heavy metal tracks, from the Coventry band OUT FOR BLOOD, rely mainly on their riffing...( read more)
Posted on 12 Nov 2006 by TDKYD

Out For Blood album review by I Will Be Heard
Picture from a distance the beautiful Lady Godiva in all her splendour sat graciously on a white horse. She turns in your direction and you see her face more closely, noticing the mark of an upside-down cross on her forehead and blood pouring from her eyes....( read more)
Posted on 12 Nov 2006 by TDKYD

Out For Blood album review by Nine Hertz
Sludge. Seriously now, amidst the current slew of ridiculously named sub-genres that music-journo's seem to be falling over themselves to patent every time a band tries something even remotely original...( read more)
Posted on 12 Nov 2006 by TDKYD

Out For Blood album review by Toxic Pete
'Out For Blood' - the album. Out For Blood - the band. Got the message yet!! Yep, these guys will make you bleed. The aural onslaught will dig holes into yer eardrum and suck the lifeblood from yer brain....( read more)
Posted on 12 Nov 2006 by TDKYD

Fume Album Review by Terrorizer Magazine
Sorry to say but this is one of those mishmash metal albums that attempts a definitive hybrid of extreme styles without producing anything distinctive or notable....( read more)
Posted on 12 Nov 2006 by TDKYD

Fume Album Review by Zero Tolerance
Ugh! I can't be doing with these pathetic nu-hardcore vocals - at all, especially when they're so tragically slapped over some fairly competent metal. Ah, yes.....the metal....( read more)
Posted on 12 Nov 2006 by TDKYD

Fume Album review by Organ Magazine
FUME Fume dish out a delightfully violent and vengefully unrelenting blast of proper old school brutal old school old school old school punk as f nihilistic metallic hardcore metal that's laced with atmospheric doomness, delightfully dark passages and scruffy beards....( read more)
Posted on 12 Nov 2006 by TDKYD

Fume Album Review by SUBBA-CULTCHA
New band on me here and another one of those head scratching ones that you can't quite put a definite feeling to as to whether you like it or loathe it....( read more)
Posted on 12 Nov 2006 by TDKYD

Fume Album Review by I Will Be Heard
Fume are a metal band from Coventry and unfortunately that is the extent of the slim information or knowledge known about them. On investigation, the name appears to be quite common for a rock band and they shouldn't be confused with the Reading band or another band from Finland with the same name. But the main reason why there shouldn't be any uncertainty is because THIS band called Fume is actually quite fucking good!...( read more)
Posted on 12 Nov 2006 by TDKYD

Fume album review by Nine Hertz
This is a monster, and not necessarily in a good way.

You know how, in cheap sci-fi films, usually involving people who are destined 20 years later to make a living playing faded alcoholic ex-sports stars in episodes of Perry Mason, they have monsters which could have been really good if it wasn't for the over-ambitious YTS effects boy who sticks one too many tentacles on?...( read more)
Posted on 12 Nov 2006 by TDKYD

Fume album review by Random 666
Taking elements of Thrash, Grind, doomy atmospherics and even touches of Hardcore, Fume's brand of guttural, hybrid metal is one you can't ignore! Fume come hitting hard with the best unsigned album I've ever heard. Listen to it once and you may well agree....( read more)
Posted on 12 Nov 2006 by TDKYD

Fume review by Toxic Pete
'A History Of Things To Come' is rampant hardcore metal. A heavin' metal monster of nightmare-ish vocal contortions and ball-rending riffs. Fume attack the aural senses, cut, thrust and run and leave you reelin' in the aftermath on the onslaught....( read more)
Posted on 12 Nov 2006 by TDKYD

Welcome to the new site
The Devil Knows You're Dead Records has signed a distribution deal with Code 7 music a subsidairy of Plastichead & Out For Blood's debut self titled album & Fumes 'A History Of Things To Come' album will be released on 13th November....( read more)
Posted on 11 Nov 2006 by TDKYD

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