Album Review: The Devil Wears Prada ‘8:18’

Musically Diversified

One of the best bands to hit the scene in recent year are, The Devil Wears Prada. The band is set to release their fifth studio album 8:18. 8:18 is the long-awaited follow-up to 2011’s full length effort by the band, Dead Throne and 2010’s masterful, Zombie EP. This album picks up were those to works left off, and continues to push the boundaries of what this band is capable of doing. The sound is dark and more mature, and we guarantee you’re in for a great ride from track one through thirteen.

8:18 starts off with the slow-moving synth driven intro to the track “Gloom.” However “Gloom” picks up it’s pace at the 50 second mark when the band comes in and provides a bruising intro. “Gloom” almost seems like a mission statement from the band, telling the listener what they have in store for the rest of the…

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The Evolution of Deaf Havana


The long winding road for the boys in Deaf Havana has finally stood still with the release of “Old Souls”, as they began their hard work back in October 2012, they have definitely grown up: but the question is, have they forgotten about what once made them exciting to their crowds?

Front man James Veck, has been said to bringing his opinion to light on the subject of planing to be “more than just that band who has that song about friends and not much else.” With their first album “Fools and Worthless Liars” the lads presented themselves in the light of teenage angst and attitude, now with the newest album, it’s almost as if they have been given their manhood and set themselves in stone for greatness.

Their first album “Fools and Worthless Liars” could be seen as a teenage dream result, being in a band, jamming, having…

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5 Pop Punk Records You Should Listen To


I’ve been thinking for a couple of days what my first article should be about. I live in the UK and I know a lot of really cool bands from here that not many people know about or get the recognition they should have so I thought I’d share my top five favorite records from some UK pop punk bands!

I’m going to start this off with a brilliant female fronted band from Preston, Lancashire called Next Stop Atlanta

I first came across this band about a year ago randomly on the Internet and instantly got hooked, I purchased a copy of their 2012 second EP ”The Things You Do Best ” (which was released on Pinky Swear Records), on cassette straight away and it was the best £3 I had spent in a long time.  “‘The Things You Do Best’ is certainly a fantastic record for…

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Highlives EP teaser

Check out this teaser from Highlives featuring their song “Over Being Under” off their upcoming EP “Cold Feet”. This pop punk band from Bristol, UK will be releasing their EP within the next couple weeks so make sure you keep an eye out for it!

Make sure you like them on Facebook and follow on twitter for more updates!

Check out their song “White Lines and Alibis” here: