Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Mike Glita (Knights In Paris / Senses Fail) Interview!

It's Here!
An interview with Mike Glita (Senses Fail) on his newly formed side project Knights In Paris.

For those who don't know Mike, he is the bassman for the New Jersey 5 piece, Senses Fail. He has recently started a electronica based side project called Knights In Paris and I asked him to do an interview for Coreatorium. He thankfully agreed to do the interview and here it is!!!

This interview is a big step for Coreatorium, so I hope you all enjoy it! And hopefully we will be bringing you more interviews with international artists.



What and who is Knights In Paris?

Knights In Paris is a side project that I decided to start. It's me (Mike) and my friend Nick who plays in a band called Vampire For Hire.

How did you come about Knights In Paris and where didthe name come from?

I was writing songs of my own for a while. Songs that I felt weren't something Senses Fail could pull off, and also wanted to try something different. So finally about almost 10 months ago I decided to turn them into something. I knew the direction wanted to head in, but kind of wanted someone else to do it with. Another "piece to the puzzle." I actually came up with the name searching through my massive cd collection. I wish it was something I totallybrain stormed up myself, but when I saw the name I knew it was just right.

The sampler track on your Myspace page shows adifferent direction from Senses Fail, what can SensesFail fans and others expect from this new sound, willSF fans like KIP?

I can't say ANYONE will like it. You can't expect everyone to love what you do. It definitely doesn't sound anything like Senses Fail. The only similarities would be that there are pop hooks, cause that's what i love. The sample can be a little decieving, but not too far off. It's a beat that was in the works. A simple loop. It kind of shows the kind of programming that will be encorporated in our music. There are rock, dance, electronica, indie, and pop elements in our music. I think it's pretty diverse.

When can we expect the first demos and recordings for KIP?

Well I keep saying soon, but I mean it. I think we should be able to post one within the next couple of weeks. Some are already recorded and hopefully willbe mastered soon.

Are there any plans for a Knight In Paris EP or album?

We would like to release an LP instead of an EP if possible. I'd rather have a bunch of songs for people to check out than a couple, but I guess time will only tell. If all we can do is an EP at first, that's what we'll do.

Has KIP done any live shows yet? Will they sweep theshores of Australia?

No live shows yet. We're kind of hoping to have an album/EP out before we do some shows. But if we can make it out on tour, we'd love to play anywhere and everywhere.

A lot of readers wanna hear about Senses Fail, when will you be back in Australia with Senses Fail?

That's a question I can't really answer at the moment. We're supposed to go back into the studio and record another album after this fall headlining tour.

Still Searching’s release has attracted a lot ofmainstream attention and success. What can we expectfrom the next record?

Another good question. Considering we haven't written anything yet, that waits to be seen.

It says on the KIP Myspace page that you play bass, drums, guitar and sing as well! You are quite the talented musician, how long have you been playing music and your instruments? And what gear do you use in both Knights In Paris and Senses Fail?

I've been playing instruments since the 3rd grade. Started with Trumpet. Then I moved on to guitar when I was 14. Then took up drums when I was 15. I always messed around with bass as well. I played in bands as a drummer for quite some time, and I also played guitar in one band as well before Senses Fail. In Knights In Paris I use an Orange AC-30 guitar head and 2 4x12 Orange Cabs. Also still use Ampeq bass amps (same as Senses Fail). I use an STV-Classic headthrough an 8x10 cab and a sans amp. Seymour Duncan quarter pound pick ups. I also use Fender Guitars. In KIP I use Jazzmasters, and for bass just standard P-Basses. And on drums I use a lovely Spaun Drum Kit. They make some sweet drums.

What are the bands plans for the future? Any newmembers or will it remain the two of you?

It's just gonna be us 2. We will bring other musicians on tour if we play shows. For now our plans are just to start releasing some music.

How do you psyche yourself up before you go on stage to play in front of hundreds of Senses Fail fans?

Honestly, I just stretch and kinda put my head in a different place. I can't really explain where I go mentally haha. It's like being a sports player.

If you were locked in an empty room with no food, with Buddy, Garrett, Dan, Heath and Nick who would you eat first?


What’s in your iPod/CD Player/assorted musicallistening device at the moment?

Recently the new Jimmy Eat World album Chase This Light. Also Tegan and Sara's new record.

Do you have any tips for bands new to the musicindustry?

Do as much as you can yourself. In this day and age people have a lot more opportunities to do everything on your own.

How do you manage to find any time for KIP with the extensive touring with Senses Fail?

I just use whatever spare time I have. Whenever a thought comes to my mind I try to record it or jot it down on paper. Nick also will send me any ideas he comes up with while i'm out on the road.

Any last words?

Thanks for everyone who has checked us out so far. We're working hard to get some tunes out to you guys really soon!

Thanks again dude.


In Fiction Interview!

Coreatorium recently caught up with up with one of Australia's most promising rock acts 'In Fiction'.

First of all who am I talking to and what part do you play in the band?
You are speaking with Josh, i play guitar for In Fiction.. well i try to.

You guys are on one of the hottest labels in Australian at the moment (Boomtown) tell us what the atmosphere is like there?
Boomtown has been really good to us. Its awesome to have some great people behind us. and the other bands on the label have been really awesome too, we've made some great friends.

The Boomtown Showdown tour is about to go ahead, are you guys pumped for this or what.
Hell Yeh! I been amped for this tour since last years! we were co-opening last years tour and this year being main support is a step up and being on the road with rad friends is a true blessing.

Recently you guys released a Japanese album with two unreleased tracks here in Australia. Any chance that these songs will ever be released here?
Im not sure to be honest, i guess Australians might have to fly to japan to get the 2 unreleased songs. haha

Im a big fan of the song 'Calander notes' any chance on this being rereleased on the album.
haha sounds like you know something? Its definitely on the cards.

Whats your favourite song to play live?
oh, it changes all the time.. When The Cameras Off, is definitely a favourite because their are lots of vocal parts in it, but as far as raging goes, i would probably say Silhouette.

Who's the next big thing in Australian music?
Depends what you mean by next big 'thing'.. i think there are some really awesome up and coming bands in Australia and in recent times, its been awesome to see melodic rock come back and arguably take over 'hardcore', i couldn't tell you what the next big thing is but maybe it'll include neck beads, trucker caps and badges. haha

Really appreciate this, for doing this for the site, have a great time on the tour, ill be sure to check it out.
Thanks very much. see you at Boomtown Showdown in November (dont forget that Moustache!!)

Friday, October 19, 2007


It's finally here!!!!

Soundwave Festival 2008 international lineup has been announced!
check out hte poster above for all the bands and details on the event.

2007 was awesome, 2008 twice as awesome.
cant wait to see AILD, Jumpsuit, Coheed, Haste The Day, SKSK and Mr Kevine Devine. and of course Social Distortion and The Offspring!!

this is an event for all music lovers!

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Shuns The Light post new track

Recenlty STL posted a new demo titled 'The Astral Plain Part 2'.
Head over to there myspace to check it out.

Saturday, October 6, 2007

Knights In Paris Interview Coming Soon

Coreatorium presents an interview with American indie/electroncia band Knights In Paris! KIP is a side project of bass man Mike Glita, of New Jersey screamo/post-hardcore band Senses Fail, and Nick "Danger" Goncalves, from Vampire for Hire. The interview will be with Mike Glita so if you have anything to ask him please give me some feedback now before the interviewing!
This is a big step for Coreatorium so keep checking up for the interview.
For more information on the aformentioned bands hit up:

Friday, October 5, 2007

Welcome October

hello all!
It has been a while since my last post... due to the fact that I haven't been able to figure out how to sign in! [laughs]
Well the latest happenings involve several Newcastle shows and upcoming touring news. But local gigs just aren't that exciting so i'll get down to the good stuff! And I know I promised interviews but it has been hard because I've been sick lately and i just finished my yearly exams. I promise when I get back from New Zealand there will be an interview conducted as well as my review for Taste of Chaos and Punk n Grind.

Get ready for 2008's Soudnwave festival! One of Australia's newest festivals, only debuting this year in February/March. Of course I attended it and it is the best show i have ever been to, it was worth the $95 I paid in the final round of tickets. Thrice, Deftones, Parkway Drive, Forgive Durden, MxPx, Unwritten Law, Hit The Lights, The Bronx, Terror and Suicidal Tendancies were just some of the bands that played at Sydney Park's sold out Soundwave festival.
But let's not rant on about this year's festival, it's all about 2008.
The current leaked line-up according to Soundwave forum moderators and administrators are:

Shadows Fall
Kevin Devine
Scary Kids Scaring Kids
Still Remains
Bleeding Through
The Matches
Boys Like Girls

This is only a handful of the lineup. The final announcements will be made on the 19th of October. All information about the lineup, tickets and venues will be released.
The major announcement is still on the down low, and fans of the first Soundwave are in anticipation. There are strong rumorus that As I Lay Dying, Killswitch Engage and The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus are playing, each announcing they are touring to Australia on a festival during February of 2008!
This festival is a MUST SEE, so stand by for tickets, and I hope to see you all there.
If you are after any details head to the soundwave forum it has all the information. I'm too lazy to give you a link so just search it in google!

And in other news...

We all know now that in just a few weeks the Rockstar Taste of Chaos tour will be sweeping the shores of Australia, with the likes of The Used, Rise Against, The Bled, Aiden, Gallows and new comers to the tour replacing Escape The Fate (see Escape The Fate topic from September) Drop Dead Gorgeous.
I will be giving a full review of the night as i will be attending the Sydney show at the Entertainment center. So keep an eye out.

ALSO. Rage Against The Machine have announced their Australian tour, doing head lining shows and head lining the 2008 Big Day Out tour this summer. If you are a little behind, the band has been reunited (following the break up of Audioslave) and are now embarking an international tour. They will share the stage alongside Bjork, local boys Grinspoon and the one and only Mr Billy Bragg. There are rumours stirring that The Smashing Pumpkins will grace the BDO stages as well.

Also when I get the chance I'll be reviewing one of these albums..

An Ocean Between Us - As I Lay Dying
Chase This Light - Jimmy Eat World
Downtown Battle Mountain - Dance Gavin Dance
Which brings me to my next news! Jimmy Eat World (most famous for their songs Bleed American and The Middle off their full length 'Bleed American') have recorded their 6th studio album entitled 'Chase The Light' and is set for release on the 16th of October. The first single 'Big Casino' has already been released for radio play. The whole album was leaked on to the internet on the 29th of September. And well yours trully went and downloaded it. shh! I downloaded it today, and its such a great album there's not a song on there that I don't like. This album is a must have.
In local news...
Sydney band Guns For Glory are set to release their new EP 'Love, Lust and Loneliness' on the 7th of October (this Sunday afternoon) at the Gaelic.
Darkest White are in the process of recording their debut EP.
Melbourne boys The Getaway Plan have recorded their new album in the US titled 'Streetlight' and have set the release date for November 3rd, they are back in Australia and are on tour with other Boomtown Records bands, unfortuately for Newcastle fans they will not be coming here. Teh first single off the album is 'Other Voices, Other Rooms' which can be purchased at killyourstereo.com.
'Horizons' is the new release from Parkway Drive. Produced by Killswitch Engage axeman Adam Dutkiewicz, it shows a maturing of the band's sound and new death metal elements used in songs like 'Siren's Song' & 'Boneyards' and classic Parkway sounding tracks like 'Carrion'. This is a great album and the songs that really stood out for me were Carrion, Breaking Point and Five Months.
I have been puzzled by I Killed The Promm Queen's current myspace screen name, it says.. "I KILLED THE PROM QUEEN (08 tourdates coming soon)" could this mean they are reuniting??? I will keep you updated on that one, there is no info on a possible tour except the screen name.
Heartbreak Club are in America! The band has an EP ('lamecore') and even their own music video for their single song 'Bethanie' and have obviously gained an international audience, gaining radio play in Australia, USA and Canada. Their record label Reign Records has sponsored their tour of the US.They began touring this month onthe tour entitled the 'Dead Celebrity Tour' while in the US they will be hitting the stage in the following cities:
Los Angeles, CA
Chico, CA
Portland, OR
Vanvouver, WA
Seattle, WA
San Francisco, CA
Sacramento, CA
Denver, CO
Lawrence, KS
Detroit, MI
Chicago, IL
Pittsburg, PA
Philledelphia, PA
New York, NY
As a fan and friend of the HB boys, I am not one to judge, but how the heck did they get such an oppurtunity! If you aren't a fan of their music you can at least say they are doing quite well for a local power pop/emo/punk quartet.
What's next?? Heartbreak Club on MTV2?! Maybe that's saying too much, but who knows. 2 years from now 13 year old teeny boppers will be outside in the cold at 12AM waiting for the midnight release of Heartbreak Club the full length studio album!!! We can only wait and see. [laughs]
That concludes my updates for now, I plan to make more regular updates now that I know how to logon. [laughs]
The future sees album reviews, band interviews and show reviews, as well as new happenings in the music world.
Until next time kids!

Thursday, October 4, 2007

Paramore Show Review- Sydney 3rd October

For the past month I have been counting down the days to this show, to be honest not to see Paramore.

Mayday Parade have been my favourite band for quite some time, ever since they released there EP there songs have just hooked and there recently released LP does not dissapoint.

I make my way there at around 6:30 totry and find a good position, 20 minutes later and where still not allowed in. Its pretty obvious how big Paramore are now with the help of MTV.

As I make my way im greeted with so many shit cunts that make you not want to not go to shows. You have the twleve year old Veronica mad girls, or the dykes who arent dykes.

But I cant complain or should I, I realise that after tonight these fucks are going to go around saying they know both Hot Rod Circuit and Mayday Parade just cause they seen them.

Around 15 Minutes later we are greeted with screaming fans who probably have know idea who these guys were.

Mayday Parade were opening tonight, and ripped up the stage with one killer opener, Jaimie all over which is also the first song of there cd.

The sad thing was they only played for half an hour, which made me quite sad as I only really came to see this band.

One thing about this band is that the departure of there old bassist has hurt them, he had one of the most recognisable voices in rock.

There drummer was singing back up who obviouslywas struggling by missing some notes.

The band played around 5 songs and closed with 'When i get home your so dead' which is undoubtably there most famous song.

Are these guys the next big thing? Only time will tell but these guys were fucking tight.

Hot Rod Circuit were up next, having never really heard of these guys I never knew what to expect. But they did not dissapoint, but it was clear what the crowd wanted to see and that was Paramore.

Hot Rod Circuit played for around 40 mins, producing its that spans over ten years of there existance. Straight up rock and roll which most the fans knew nothing about. Pretty sad but this was another highlight of the night.

Paramore were finally up and this is what everyone was waiting for, delivering hits from both Riot! and All We Know Is Falling.

I thought to myself what if Paramore had not released Riot! yet, will they still have as many people there, well of course not.

Well you had the dykes pushing through the sweat pit, I wanted to roll one of them.

About Paramore though, I cant tell you that this band is bad at what they do because they arent, they do it well. Altough they should just change there name to Hayley Williams, cause no one gives a flying fuck about the actual band members even if the bassist did a backflip.

Definantly one to remeber though cant remember exactly what set they played, ill try find it later.

Sunday, September 30, 2007

Short-Stack Interview!

First of all who am I talking to and what part do you play in Short Stack?

im shaun donald patrick diviney, i sing and play geetah

You guys are one of Newcastles biggest up and comers what do you think the secret is in the success?

haha we are? well i spose it is stick to your guns, play what you like playing and put a lot of effort towards it and hopefully it will pay off :)

But with fame also comes a lot of jealousy, how do you guys react to the forms of hatred you recieve from the local bands and fans?

haha well i think everyone loves me so... nah jk, i spose you laugh it off, some people arent going to like what you do but that doesnt mean its not worthwhile

What is your biggest influence on the music you write non musically?

girls mainly haha. the current album we have coming out i basically wrote about my last year in high school and my relationship with people in situations, but especially about girls i'm in love with who dont even know i exist haha

How about musically?

musically theres a variety, at the moment i'm obsessed with kanyes new album but there will always be the greenday and ramones influence that was there since day one.

According to Myspace you guys are in the top 10 pages of the top artists in Australia, why do you think you have recieved so much attention.

i'm not sure, but we are definatly flattered by it. the small amount of success we have had we really appreciate it and sometimes don't think we deserve it, especially when kids go out of thier way to make shirts and give you gifts. it just makes your week haha

What can we expect to see from Short Stack in the future?

an album, very shortly. we have recorded the first 6 and i have written all the songs for the next 6 which we'll record in november. now we are going to come together and arange whats going down.

Favourite show to ever play?

the best so far has been hellogoodbye - off the fucking wall. its like if we were a christian band playing with jesus, that's how much that show meant to me- for our first "big" show to be sharing the stage with one of your favourite bands is simply amazing.

We really appreciate this interview, thankyou for yor time.

thank you :)x shaun

Saturday, September 29, 2007

Listen to Emery's "I'm Only a Man"

Emery have put up there new album in it's entirety on there Myspace page. It's a bit of a departure for the boys from there much familiar sound, but I can tell it's going to be a hit with everyone.


Friday, September 28, 2007

Waterview EP Review!

Waterview have been on the scene for a fair few years now, but this EP is there first official release. Being released last year, Waterview have created a perfect blend between the Screamo, Emo and Aussie Hardcore bands.

The EP kicks off with what is undoubtably there most popular song "Daybreak". Although only clocking in at just 2 minutes and 30 seconds this song has plenty on offer. Starting with old school hardcore chants and gang vocals, Aussie hardcore fans of bands such as Against! and Rex Banner.

The EP boasts 5 songs with each song offering standout quality from one of Newcastles most promising acts. Lo Siento offers the starting screams with a unique blend of more of the softer side, as well as an extremly catchy chorus that is the standout track for me off this amazing debut EP. Bring on there LP as I cant wait to hear it.

Standout Tracks:


Lo Siento

Lock N Load.

Wednesday, September 26, 2007

Shuns The Light Interview.

Recently Coreatorium conducted an Interview with Mikka from one of Newcastles best band no one has heard, yet.

Mikka/ShunsTheLight:hello im mikka i play 1/2 the guitars (and don't say shuns the light say stl or the shunners or something)

Coreatorium:Ok Man, What have Shuns The Light been up to during there break? It seems like forever seems we've heard from you guys..Mikka/ShunsTheLight:hahaha it has been forever just been writing crap loads of new material alot of work ...

Coreatorium:How can The Shunners new material be compared to the likes of old intransit?

Mikka/ShunsTheLight:intransit was dog shit... and shuns the light is fresh dogshit, nah seriously slower, heavier, and alot more lyrically progressive

Coreatorium:So we can expect a fresh new sound to the genre?

Mikka/ShunsTheLight: we are demoing at the momentshouldn't be long till we hit the studio

Coreatorium: What is your biggest influence musically?

Mikka/ShunsTheLight: I like a lot of indie and rock stuff, trial kennedy the veld gyroscope, but i i guess i mix it in with with heavy punk and metal

Coreatorium:Whats the best thing about being in a band?

Mikka/ShunsTheLight: The chicks.....hahahahahhah nah i have heaps of fun creating music, but definately smoking tobacco before a nice 45 minute set

Coreatorium:Haha, What local bands do you look up to and why?

Mikka/ShunsTheLight:Most of the local bands ive looked upto have carcked it. lights out berlin and casey harbour taught me a lot about stage presence and crazy effects. ummm the veld they just make getting big look too easy lol...

Coreatorium:So what can we expect from the Shuns in the near future?

Mikka/ShunsTheLight:we have a few shows lined up and some studio time for maybe an ep mid next yr

Coreatorium: Awesome man, anything else you wish to add or plug?

Mikka/ShunsTheLight: I heard edens hung like a horse

Coreatorium:Haha Thanks for taking the time for the interview

Mikka/ShunsTheLight: No probs, cheers.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Upcoming International CD Reviews:

Heres a list of some cds we are soon to be reviewed by International Artists:
These Silhouettes: Self Titled LP
A Thorn For Every Heart: Its Hard Too Move You
Scenes From A Movie: ThePulse
Plus more.

Upcoming Local CD Reviews:

These are just some of the cds we will be reviewing withing the next couple of weeks.
Robotsaurus: Ex members of LoveLikeEloctrocution
A Silent Fiction: EP
In Fiction: Ghost EP
Say Nothing: EP
Stealing Oneal: Spin For Me EP
The Mission In Motion: The Window EP
Want your Cd to be reviewed by the core, drop us an email at callum447@hotmail.com

Friday, September 21, 2007

Drop Dead Gorgeous.

Recently we reported about Escape The Fates departure from this years upcoming Taste Of Chaos tour. The band that will fill in there position will be none other than one of Rise Records biggest acts Drop Dead Gorgeous. DDR have had a recent stellar year off the back of there recently released new album 'Far From A Fairy Tale'. They recenlty played all the dates on this years Warped Tour in the states. Tickets are still on sale for the Sydney date which will take place at the end of October.

Sunday, September 16, 2007

Escape The Fate

Escape The Fate's upcoming tour on the ROCKSTAR Taste Of Chaos Tour to Australia has been cancelled. According to Frontier Touring the band had to pull out due to immigration and legal issues.
This message was left to all there fans;

"To all of our international fans,We regret to inform you that we will not be able to participate in Taste Of Chaos International. We have some legal issues that we have to clear up. This is a huge bummer for us and we really wanted to come to your countries and rock your faces off every night. Once we clear up all of our immigration and legal issues, we will jump right on an airplane and give you a show that you will never forget. Make sure you go out and support Rockstar Taste Of Chaos and all of the bands that are playing. Those shows are going to kill! We love each and everyone of you and we will see you soon.

-Escape The Fate"

This is sad news for me because i spent 75 bux just to see them! Now it's all wasted on The Used, but i do tip my hat to the other bands playing (Aiden, The Bled, Rise Against and Carparthian.)

If you wanna go to this year's TOC then tickets are still on sale! head to ticketmaster.com for more details.


Armor For Sleep!

Just announced that Armor For Sleeps newest release has been delayed.
a statement from Ben who is the bands singer and guitarist states that it has been delayed by just 21 days.
This band is also being rumoured to play at Soundwave next year, so fingers crossed.

Sullivan- Cover Your Eyes review!

You may have heard of Sullivan before and there is probably only one reason for this, the drummer in Sullivan is actually Spencer Chamberlainn from Underoaths brother.
Both Chamberlainns were in the same band years before, This Runs Through which you may also have heard of, even though Sullivan sound nothing like them.
Sullivan second LP has recently been released and has been getting very little attention through the underground music scene. This is straight up Rock, forget your typical songs about the girl who got away, this si the opposite.

If you did like Sullivans debut lp then you will absoloubbtly adore there latest effort brought to you by Tooth And Nail. Im just thinking wether or not Sullivan would be as popular as they are if the drummer wasnt related to Spencer, which is a real shame as this band means quality rock songs. The album is for the mainstream, not for fans of underoath or any melodic Screamo/Emo.
Sunny Day Real Estate and Death Cab For Cutie are the only real similarities I can see with this band, they have tried to distinguish there sound as much as possible and let me tell you that it has worked.

Stand out tracks include:

1. Fire Away

2. F- Stop

3. Goodbye, Miss Havisham


One of the most underrated bands in the worlds, have recently announced there breakup.
Spitlafield formed in 1999 and released four records on Vicory Records.
There most recent effort Better Than Knowing Where Your Are was released just last year with much critical attention.
This band will be sorely missed and you may remeber them on there Boys Of Summer stint earlier this year.
Head over to there myspace to read a statement from the band regarding there breakup.

The Core are hiring.

We need more staff so we can constantly run updates on the scene.At the moment we have four people contributing but we definatly need more.Obviously there will be now financial reward for your efforts for this requirement. All in the love of the business.But if you want to go to free shows and love scoring the rare free cd, then this is your chance.All your expected to do it at least three news posts a week, as well as two cd reviews a month and an optional show review.Quite easy if you ask me.Reply to this message if interested.

Boys Night Out CD Review!

What do you do when you've created an album about a man who loses his sanity after murdering his wife in his sleep? You go on too write an album about alcoholism, disheartenment and self affliction! And that's exactly what Boys Night Out have done on there third full release on New Jersey based Ferret Records.

"Get Your Head Straight" kicks off the album with an infectious chorus th
at immediately establishes Boys Night Out as a catchy well produced rock album thanks to the help of legendary producer Lou Giordano known for such bands as Goo Goo Dolls, Live and The Ataris just to name a few; in which creating a strong opening song that will instantly get you hooked on the album. Ben Arseneau's drumming picks up in the second track with the use of neat fills and rolls to kick of "Swift And Unforgiving" which unfortunately suffers lyrically as a whole. "The Push and Pull" dispatches the familiar punk pop predictable riffs and harmonisation, until the chorus is broken down to modern rock. "Up With Me" the single of the album, tries to push the moody concept displayed in the use Connor's vocal abilities and the first taste of a more heavier hardcore sound leading into "The Heirs Of Error" which is probably the heaviest track of the album which will be instantly recognised as a crowd favorite for the catchy group vocals.

The group vocal trend picks up to fill other tracks "Let Me Be Your Swear Word" and "Hey, Thanks" the latter including synth and hand claps to create a sense of speed. "Fall For The Drinker" is easily my favourite track on the album as it's a glass raising, pub chanting effort that yells "
We’re all here now, tonight to hell with everything else, we’ll drink hard and we’ll drink to ourselves". "Apartment" and "Reason Ain't Our Long Suit" start to slow down the album falling into an abyss of familiarity because of the other tracks outshining these otherwise good tracks and with the slow " It Won't Be Long" finishing off the album with the best showing of Connors vocals yet.

What Boys Night Out have created on the third self-titled album is a collection of infectious pop rock hooks and rock driven guitars riffs that tries to be nothing short of other "pop" rock bands in an already crowded genre. Not to say that this album is all pop and no rock, which it isn't. It's just that it doesn't branch out from the norm like there previous concept "Trainwreck" which a lot of fans will probably be disappointed about but they have still created a brilliant album which every lover of pop/punk/rock (or drinking songs) will enjoy.

1. Fall For The Drinker
2. Get Your Head Straight
3. It Won't Be Long