The GBHBL Whiplash Podcast – Episode 17: Why Are Babymetal So Popular?

Welcome to Episode 17 of the GBHBL Whiplash. A podcast where we talk about rock & metal albums/news & play tracks from upcoming underground bands. This episode we have tracks from Deus Vermin, Dead Furies, Scars of Credence, Kuilu and Kosmogyr!

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Album Review: Dead Furies – Rock City a Go Go (Dragstrip Riot Records)

Dead Furies are a trio hailing from Tallinn, Estonia and released Rock City a Go Go earlier this year. They play high energy rock n’ roll with a bit of punk rock attitude. Taking influences from proto punk bands like The Stooges & The Heartbreakers to 90’s garage punk like Supersuckers.

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EP Review: Holy Pinto – Tales from the Travelling T-shirt Salesman (Halloween Records)

Holy Pinto are an indie pop punk band formed in 2013 and consisting of Aymen Saleh and Ryan Hurley. They are heavily influenced by bands such as Death Cab for Cutie, The Front Bottoms and Jimmy Eat World. Their new EP entitled Tales from the Travelling T-shirt Salesman will be released on June 22nd 2018.

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EP Review: Break Out Day – Echoes of the Past (Self Released)

Pop punk band, Break Out Day’s new EP ‘Echoes of the Past’ was released on March 30th 2018. Influenced by artists such as Blink-182, All Time Low, Fall Out Boy, Simple Plan and Angels & Airwaves, Echoes of the Past is four tracks of melodic rock and feel-good pop-punk. Even if the lyrics are weighted to a darker tone.

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Album Review: Colour Me Wednesday – Counting Pennies in the Afterlife (Krod Records/Dovetown Records)

Colour Me Wednesday are a feminist DIY punk/pop rock band based in West London, UK. Their new album, Counting Pennies in the Afterlife will be released on the 15th May 2018 via Krod Records and Dovetown Records.

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