Articles by Jason Royle
Pijn deliver a solid offering of post-metal, drowning moments of heartbreaking calm with punishing heaviness; a mercurial journey that digs deep into the soul and unearths the darkest emotions buried there, exposing them for all to see.
Come to Mexico is a non-stop barrage of post-rock goodness from start to finish, blending rapid, soaring guitar sequences with carefully placed slower segments, that come together to make one of the most creative and energetic releases this year. By Jason Royle
Powerful and poignant; Respire’s vision comes to life in their immense debut album ‘Gravity and Grace’. The orchestral ensemble weaves an emotional, desperate atmosphere that leaves a lasting impression. By Jason Royle