Lance Marwood

Lance Marwood

Writer (Buckingham, Buckinghamshire, UK)
- Lance grew up in small town Ontario and moved into a punk house called the “Brohaus” in the fall of 2007. He moved with his radical fiancée and cute-as-heck dog to the UK in the winter of 2015. Ever since that, he’s been drinking tea and writing.
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8.5 / 10

If there could be a .gif that would best describe Australian grunge, it would be Will Ferrell's Mugatu character out of Zoolander declaring to his si…
By on Oct 24, 2016

7.5 / 10

In terms of sex metaphors, this is an album that shakes the bottle without popping the cork. What's important to know is that this is kind of the poi…
By on Oct 24, 2016

7.5 / 10

This is a clear no-brainer for anyone who is looking for a new feel-bad band for the winter. Here's hoping these guys have more to follow, and quickl…
By on Oct 24, 2016

8.5 / 10

With their new release attempting to straddle the line between the cold, ethereal world of digital and the warmth of natural feeling, is it possible…
By on Oct 16, 2016

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With so much crust love going on in the underground these days, is there any act that can really put something out there that will really manage to s…
By on Oct 14, 2016

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What has choral harmonies for vocals, the occasional electronic twinkling while 2-step drumbeats rap out while chugging riffs lay devastation? This a…
By on Oct 12, 2016

9 / 10

There are few bands that truly embody the spirit and passion of hardcore today, but for Trap Them, they've been one of the kings of this title for so…
By on Oct 03, 2016

6.5 / 10

It was inevitable that The Body's influence would yield fresh bands cropping up, with a plethora of cross genre choices to make things interesting. T…
By on Oct 03, 2016

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Car Bomb's music is like an onion; the more layers you peel, the more is revealed for nourishing your soul. And of course will leave you in tears. Ch…
By on Sep 26, 2016

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There's plenty of room for exploration and mood and, yes, moments of sheer heaviness or intensity on this debut EP from New Hampshire duo Colors and…
By on Sep 26, 2016

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If you know, you already have it. If you don't, you should read this and then go get it. Because this album is proof that Neurosis are still putting…
By on Sep 26, 2016

5.5 / 10

Philadelphia group The Company Corvette are just coming off of playing at Psychofest down in Las Vegas, with headliners that include Electric Wizard…
By on Sep 13, 2016

6.5 / 10

The result is inoffensive and an otherwise tight delivering for the genre, with just enough change-ups in their approach to keep the EP moving along…
By on Sep 07, 2016

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With a spat of melodic hardcore acts these days, it's tough to stand out from the crowd and even tougher to produce anything noteworthy. So has this…
By on Aug 27, 2016

7.5 / 10

Everything is dead - rap, rock, punk, art. You name it, it's dead. At least that's what everyone seems to be saying. But then along comes a band that…
By on Aug 22, 2016

8 / 10

Multicult have released their fourth full-length since 2010. Now the only question is: what does this mean for noise rock? Perhaps another question: i…
By on Aug 21, 2016

7 / 10

At no point does the material feel like it's waning or moving past the point of enjoyment, but instead keeps its finger right on the pulse.
By on Aug 21, 2016
Watch as Lance Marwood attempts to describe an entire subgenre of heavy music using less than 300 words. There’s a bonus playlist of essential artist…
By on Aug 15, 2016

8.5 / 10

Exalt are set to drop their third album, and as the Hamilton group prepare for their upcoming tour through the States, one question remains on everyo…
By on Aug 15, 2016

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The latest LP, Harmonic Confusion, from Greek prog metal outfit Tardive Dyskensia is anything but confused - it is a deliberate tour de force that de…
By on Aug 15, 2016

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