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Get Ready To Rock Live Review: The Bronx Tour Featuring Axis Of

"The three guys, Niall, Ewan and Ethan, really let rip on stage and created a glorious, melodic, hardcore racket which went down well..."

Bearded Magazine Live Review: The Bronx Tour Featuring Axis Of

"...a first rate performance, with their infectious, melodic, emo-tinged punk..."

Hit The Floor Live Review: The Bronx Tour Featuring Axis Of

"...Axis Of, the best kept secret in Northern Ireland."

Ramblings About Live Review: The Bronx, Single Mothers & Axis Of

What was clear though is the great energy that came off these guys...

Already Heard Review Axis Of On Tour With The Bronx

Axis Of are thick sounding and very engaging to watch

The Ark Live Review: The Bronx, Single Mothers & Axis Of

Mixing off-kilter rhythms with bone-crushing riffs, they make some noise for a three-piece.

Axis Of Feature in New Kerrang! Issue

Lifehammer is a great song, And Axis Of are a great band.

Q Magazine Feature Die! Die! Die! 'Harmony'

New Zealand trio bring the noise. Again

Rock Sound Give 'Finding St Kilda' 8/10

"...Fuzz driven sludge-pop..."

Rock Sound Interview Axis Of

"Its Rock, but not as you know it."

AU Review Axis Of 'Finding St Kilda'

It may be early days to talk of end of year lists, but there certainly won’t be many better debuts in 2013.

Artrocker feature: 'Die! Die! Die! Announce UK Tour!'

New album set for a special vinyl print too!

Irish News Reviews Axis Of 'Finding St. Kilda'

Finding St. Kilda features 11 rambunctious tracks mixing intense post hardcore heaviness with melodic punk rock songwriting skills and a verbose lyrical bent

Ouest France See A Bright Future For Mnemotechnic

"...One of the best French representatives of math rock..."

French Blogspot Bandmachine Feature Mnemotechnic

"Epileptic in a classy way..."

Kerrang Give Bronx, Single Mothers And Axis Of Show KKKK

"The tour is a good fit for their breakneck punk..."

Drowned In Sound Review Mnemotechnic 'Awards'

'Awards' may well still be standing at the end of the year doing star jumps when other contenders run out of steam.

Rock And Folk Mag (Fr) Review Mnemotechnic 'Awards'

Beat Magazine Review 'Harmony' By Die!Die!Die!

"...An abrasive and unforgiving punk album that also effortlessly oozes a pop sensibility."

The Rock And Roll Report Review Die!Die!Die! 'Harmony' 5/5

"...Raw melding of harmony and intelligent heaviness..."

Helter Smelter Chat To Die!Die!Die! About 'Harmony' In Their Tour Van

"...Somewhere between Old Dirty Bastard, Bikini Kill and T Rex ..."

Gigape: Die! Die! Die! Announce Fourth Album 'Harmony'

"'Harmony’ brings together the raw energy and emotion of their live shows, encapsulating savant pop elements with their DIY punk philosophy..."

Rolling Stone Magazine (Aus) Give Die!DieDie! 'Harmory' 4 Stars

"...A muscular mix of rock aggression and pop smarts."

Scenedeath Review Die!Die!Die! 'Harmony'

"Contender for album of the year bitches."

Bikini Magazine Feature Mnemotechnic's Debute Album Awards

Mnemotechnic feature in 'Bikini' January/February/March Issue.

Mnemotechnics 'Awards' Has Been Playlisted On Radio Campus Orleans Top 40 Albums

At No. 16

Chordblossom Review Mnemotechnic's Awards

Mnemotechnic have treated us to a technically gifted and articulate album.

The Scene Review Mnemotechnic Awards

"Frantic vocals and searing guitars propel this noisy and exciting mesh of groovy post-rock and math-rock."

Big Cheese Gives 'Finding St Kilda' 4 Stars

"...Their debut album, oozes with precision and class..."

Big Cheese: Alternative Punk Rock From Irish Three-Piece Axis Of

"...It won't take long until the three-piece will leave Irish shores - so you'd better be prepared!"

Wearenoise Review Mnemotechnic's 'Awards'

"...It’s a stormer and would have you on the dancefloor in seconds."

Die! Die! Die! Reveal UK Tour Dates And Single Details

Lead Single "Trinity" out on March 11th - UK Dates announced

Axis Of Belfast Telegraph Feature

In their own words: "When we started we made two rules; that we'd only play music we wanted to hear and write words we thought were important."

The Sunday Times Review 'Finding St Kilda'

"- squealing guitars, pounding drums and noisy attitude -"

Axis Of To Take Debut Album On The Road

The Portstewart natives have announced three dates in Cork, Dublin and Galway...

Axis Of Feature In Kerrang's! Anarchy In The UK

Axis Of feature in Kerrang's! Map of UK new rock sounds.

The Irish Daily Star 'Awards' 4 Stars To Mnemotechnic

"...An album that is as cool and danceable as it is intense and industrial."

Gigape Review Mnemotechnic's 'Awards'

The album is upbeat and makes you want to get up and dance!

AU Catch Up With Axis Of To Talk About 'Finding St Kilda' And Their Upcoming Tour

"..The positive sides of the punk scene had an influence on us in terms of our DIY attitude and our ethics as well, a lot of positive things that we have found through punk rock we still carry with us today..."

Fame Magazine Feature Mnemotechnic's Debut Release 'Awards'

"DISTORTED ELECTRO-TORNADO FROM FRANCE"

Musical Mathematics Review Mnemotechnic's 'Awards'

"...Sitting comfortably alongside the likes of At The Drive-In and Refused, 'Awards' is an effortless mix of French cool, vicious consuming guitars, and vocals that sound desperate to escape the mouth of frontman Anthony-Mehdi Affari in as frantic a manner as possible."

(Presque) Fameux! Review Mnemotechnic 'Awards'

"..The bass is massive and the guitars are sharp."

Mnemotechnic 'Awards' Released Today

Debut album available now on grey-white marbled vinyl with instant free album download.

Collective Zine Review 'Looming' By Negative Pegasus

"...But in a way I hope they are total rivals and hate each other. That would be a lot funnier."

Brest Magazine Reviews 'Awards' By Mnemotechnic

Mnemotechnic draw their inspiration from the power of the hard rock, noise and punk of At The Drive In, Refused, Nirvana and Sonic Youth, crossed with the lighter music of Foals, The Rapture or Bloc Party.

Mnemotechnic Album 'Awards' Playlisted On French Radio

Mnemotechnic on Radio Campus Bordeaux January airplay!

Solo Release From Another Planet - The Daily Mirror Feature OKS

"It's one of the best moments in music this year - truly remarkable..."

The Sunday Times OKS Album Review

"A softer, more grounded offering"

Nawakposse Review Mnemotechnic 'Awards'

"Devilishly engaging, and has a real sense of energy. You can pick out influences like Sonic Youth, Rapture or At The Drive In..."

Alternative Ulster Reviews OKS Album

"Our Krypton Son remains one of the most accomplished debut albums from a Northern Irish singer-songwriter in some time." - Brian Coney