Throughout February, plenty of killer albums were released, and we have had the pleasure of reviewing a bunch of them. In case you missed them, here’s a recap of our favourite albums and EPs that dropped this month. You should know the drill by now – just click on the artwork to read the full review.
Fort Hope – Fort Hope
“The whole EP is full of ups and downs, easily keeping a listener interested. As individual tracks they sound good, and as a collection they work even better. It’s not hard to see how Fort Hope have already come so far since their beginning in 2013.”
Amber Sea – Infantile Vision
“Amber Sea obviously have a lot stored in their arsenal, there’s not doubt about it. In just five songs, they’ve managed to re-fuel our interest into the world of djent and modern progressive metal.”
Surrender The Coast – Lost Souls
“Snigger and sneer all you want, but we all know that you love a good bit of metalcore every now and then. Well luckily for you, Leicester brutes Surrender The Coast have got a new album on the way, and damn it’s good.”
Make Do And Mend – Don’t Be Long
“It would have been understandable if Make Do And Mend, three albums deep, became stagnant. Fear not, though, as Don’t Be Long comes from a band reinvigorated and sounding as vital as anyone in the post-hardcore scene today.”
Falling In Reverse – Just Like You
“The rock industry’s favourite bad boy is back folks! That’s right Ronnie Radke is back with more craziness from Falling In Reverse, with their latest album Just Like You […] If you loved The Drug In Me Is You and were disappointed with Fashionably Late this album will more than make up for it!