Six Noises EOY ’16: Metal
Six Noises End Of Year Introduction 2016.
Did I mention I write a semi-regular punk rock column over on Canadian noisy music website Hellbound?
Death’s Door is an arduous and harrowing reboot. And that’s exactly what’s needed, in this day and age.
That is not Dead is a full-throttle reminder that intoxicating and exhilarating punk rock remains primed for changing lives.
Setentia’s accomplished debut intertwines gut-felt ferocity with forward-thinking expressiveness.
Seputus don’t just capture the rage around us on Man Does Not Give, they also help release the rage within us.
Vexamen is a bold debut, a huge step up from Verberis’ demo, and that bodes well for the band’s future endeavours.
Longing for Infection is deliciously disgusting, and perfectly appalling. So chow down, kids.
It’s a huge honour to be debuting brand new music from New Zealand’s long-running gothic/darkwave band Disjecta Membra on Six Noises.
There’s no question that Earth Tongue’s first EP makes for a captivating listen from a band carving out a distinctive sound.
Up The Punks & Rogernomix’s Tour of OZ / Asia 2016. Crusty good times, guaranteed.
The world might be going to hell, but New Model Army are still manning the barricades and howling defiantly.
A couple of recent cult NZ metal releases you might have missed.
First Pass #1: short and unedited reviews of music that’s caught my ear. If typos upset you, it’s best you look away now.
There’s a lot to enjoy in the red-hot heavyweight rock heard on Bloodnut’s debut. It’s an all-amps-ablazing good time –– from go to whoa.