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Seizure Crypt – ‘Under The Gun’ (Bad Elephant Productions) Print E-mail
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Written by Darrel Sutton   
Sunday, 10 January 2010 10:35

Seizure_CryptThere's nothing more that Darrel Sutton likes to do of a Sunday afternoon than put on a relaxing CD that rips through nine tracks of total mayhem; fast, mad, DIY crossover thrash that really don't give a fuck. Sutton's got his neighbours 'Under The Gun' again as he reviews Seizure Crypt.

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Dark Funeral – ‘Angelus Exuro Pro Eternus’ (Regain Records) Print E-mail
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Written by Darrel Sutton   
Sunday, 10 January 2010 10:26

Dark_FuneralIt's the coldest Winter in the UK in decades and Swedish black metal legends Dark Funeral unleash their new album 'Angelus Exuro Pro Eternus' to help warm us up. Darrel Sutton gets to warm his hands on the fires of Hell when he unleashes this black metal beast on his stereo.

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Brian Jonestown Massacre - ‘Who Killed Sgt Pepper?’ (Cargo Records) Print E-mail
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Written by Nev Brooks   
Friday, 08 January 2010 18:04

BJM_thmbapproved_smallRecorded in studios across Iceland and Berlin throughout late 2009 and between tours of the US, 'Who Killed Sgt Pepper?' is draped in psychedelia, but brought bang up to date through a definitive trance feel. Nev Brooks gets to live the dream Brian Jonestown Massacre style...

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Buzzov*en - 'Violence From The Vault' (Relapse) Print E-mail
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Written by Darrel Sutton   
Thursday, 07 January 2010 21:01

1abuzzthmUgly, violent music for ugly, violent people. You really didn't want to fuck with Buzzoven who reached their peak with the 'Sore' album back in '94. These tracks from the same sessions that spawned that opus have been lovingly resurrected by Relapse for this release and really show a band way ahead of their time in terms of sheer aural violence. 

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Heathen - 'The Evolution Of Chaos' (Mascot Records) Print E-mail
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Written by Darrel Sutton   
Wednesday, 06 January 2010 20:54

1aheathenthmapproved_smallBay Area legends Heathen have come up with an absolute masterpiece of an album with 'The Evolution Of Chaos'. This should leave any fans of the band's classic 'Breaking The Silence', along with any modern day thrash fans, in a state of utter ecstasy. 

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Wolfsbane - 'Howling Mad Shitheads : The Best Of Wolfsbane' (Self Released) Print E-mail
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Written by Dom Daley   
Saturday, 02 January 2010 14:56

1wolfusethmA 'Best Of' collection with the songs picked by the band themselves and available only at gigs, Dom Daley finds much to like on Wolfsbane's 'Howling Mad Shitheads' release....

 

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Mommy Sez No - 'Hotwaterburnbaby' (MSN Records) Print E-mail
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Written by Gaz E   
Thursday, 31 December 2009 21:55

mommyseznoWith possibly the best album cover of 2009 and guest appearances from Jason Voorhees and The Cryptkeeper, no self respecting horror punk fan could go on killing spree without having 'Hotwaterburnbaby' as its splattery soundtrack......

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The Bermondsey Joyriders – ‘Self Titled’ (Cherry Red Records) Print E-mail
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Written by Johnny H   
Wednesday, 30 December 2009 10:39
Bermondsey_Album_thmbapproved_smallWham Bam, Thank You Ma'am! The Bermondsey Joyriders debut album is a musical smash and grab raid of your senses according to Johnny H. Find out exactly what he's on about here....
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Backyard Babies – ‘Them XX Box Set’ (Sony Sweden/Versity Rights) Print E-mail
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Written by Johnny H   
Tuesday, 29 December 2009 08:43
Backyard_Babies_Them_XX_thmbBackyard Babies mean a lot of things to a lot of people.  Having carved out a twenty-year career in Rock 'n' Roll, the band have just released an Anniversary Book/Box Set called 'Them XX' to mark the occasion.  Johnny H get his claws into the beast and finds himself in Heaven (2.9)....
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The Quireboys - 'A Bit Of What You Fancy' 20th Anniversary Edition (EMI) Print E-mail
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Written by Dom Daley   
Sunday, 20 December 2009 16:33

qboythmWhat better way to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of your debut album than to rerelease it in a shiny new remastered edition with bonus tracks? None! Dom Daley can't believe it has been two decades since he was first offered 'A Bit Of What You Fancy'

 

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Teenage Casket Company - 'Best Friend Is My Radio' (Trashpit Records) Print E-mail
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Written by Gaz E   
Sunday, 20 December 2009 15:52

1tccthm2009 has certainly been an interesting year for Teenage Casket Company. Reforming then finding themselves losing a bandmember hasn't dampened their ability to write yet another kickass catchy tune.....

 

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The Wildhearts – ‘Chutzpah Jnr’ (Backstage Alliance) Print E-mail
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Written by David Whistance   
Friday, 08 January 2010 18:17
ChutzpahJnrthmbapproved_smallThe Wildhearts have become one of the greatest British institutions of musical integrity and in frontman Ginger they have one of the most talented singer/songwriters this fair country has produced. David Whistance reviews the band's gig only 'Chutzpah Jnr' CD.
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The Courtesy Group – ‘Tradesman’s Entrance’ (Ma Doocey) Print E-mail
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Written by Nev Brooks   
Friday, 08 January 2010 17:49

Courtesy_Group_thmbIn his first review for Über Röck, Nev Brooks gets to listen to The Courtesy Group's new album 'Tradesman's Entrance'. Question is did we give him a bum deal or is this some kick ass British pop? Find out here.

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Domes Of Silence - 'Temple Of The Wasp' (Self Released) Print E-mail
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Written by Darrel Sutton   
Thursday, 07 January 2010 20:52

1adomesthmShort and sweet little blast from UK based Domes Of Silence. Available in a variety of download only formats, Darrel Sutton checks out this piece of lo-fi fayre....

 

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Sid Brown - 'Sid Brown' (Self Released) Print E-mail
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Written by Dom Daley   
Saturday, 02 January 2010 15:21

1sidthmLo-fi rock 'n' roll with a hint of Bowie, Iggy and the Stones? Dom Daley is in r'n'r heaven as he shakes it, baby.......

 

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NME The Album 2009 (Warner) Print E-mail
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Written by Dom Daley   
Thursday, 31 December 2009 22:15

nmethmDom Daley was a good boy all year so, for Xmas, he got the album he had been dreaming about. With tears in his eyes and angels kissing his ears he lets you, the humble Über Röck reader, into his fantasy world of hit indie singles.....

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SOS - 'Adult Situations' (Self Released) Print E-mail
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Written by Gaz E   
Thursday, 31 December 2009 21:46

2804-sos_adultsituationsNew York City's "heavy melodic groove merchants" SOS formed back in 1995 and, for their fifth release, offer up the hefty dose of rock known as 'Adult Situations' - Gaz E investigates further......

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The Lost Souls Club – 'Five Track Demo EP' – (Hill Valley Records) Print E-mail
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Written by Johnny H   
Wednesday, 30 December 2009 08:58
Lost_Souls_Club_thmbThe Lost Souls Club maybe a musical home for the heartbroken and dreamers and be full of deviants, delinquents and deadbeats, but the band certainly know how to rip up a musical storm.  Johnny H gets his membership card and reviews their demo EP here....
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Killing Mood – ‘Just Another Love Song’ (GMR Music) Print E-mail
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Written by Johnny H   
Tuesday, 29 December 2009 08:32
Killing_Mood_thmbBloody Hell!!!! This CD has certainly had us scratching our heads, I can tell you. A country/bluegrass CD reviewed by Uber Rock? Never? Well, you better believe it, as Johnny H explores the delights of Killing Mood......
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Gun - 'Popkiller' (Townsend Records) Print E-mail
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Written by Gaz E   
Sunday, 20 December 2009 16:06

gunthumbapproved_smallGun return with former Little Angels frontman Toby Jepson replacing Mark Rankin as the band's singer. How will long term fans of the band react to this, and new mini-album 'Popkiller' - read on to find out.....

 

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Nervous Breakdown - 'Never Green' (Yes No Wave Records) Print E-mail
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Written by Darrel Sutton   
Saturday, 19 December 2009 22:21

1nervthmHailing from Jakarta, Indonesia, Nervous Breakdown have been around in some form since 2006 but still sound really raw, peddling old school skatepunk a la Suicidal Tendencies. Darrel Sutton checks out a band who are fast, mad and full of youthful enthusiasm....

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