ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Hesitant Alien’ by Gerard Way

Now that the dust has settled on My Chemical Romance’s out of the blue breakup and everyone has gotten over it (more or less), it’s time for the solo projects to take the fore in each member’s life, and naturally, it’s erstwhile frontman Gerard Way’s new music that has gained the most anticipation. From his … More ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Hesitant Alien’ by Gerard Way

ALBUM REVIEW: ‘The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets’ by Marmozets

It’s a good title for an album, that, because it’s accurate. Well, the second part more so. On their early EPs, 2011’s Passive Aggressive and its follow up, 2012’s Vexed, they displayed what turned out to be the pinnacle of their weirdness, fusing mathy hardcore with Dillinger-esque screams to make a vibrant and acidic cocktail … More ALBUM REVIEW: ‘The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets’ by Marmozets

ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Greetings From California’ by The Madden Brothers

Apparently the reason why we never heard an announcement about Good Charlotte breaking up is because it never happened. They’ve simply taken a break for a while, which leaves respective vocalist and guitarist Joel and Benji Madden to release their latest artistic endeavours under the moniker of The Madden Brothers. Anyone expecting the same kind … More ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Greetings From California’ by The Madden Brothers

ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Infamous’ by Motionless In White

Watching Motionless In White’s ascension up the metalcore ladder has certainly been a frustrating experience. Their debut full-length, 2010’s Creatures, was an alright introduction to their horror-metal stylings, but its follow-up, 2012’s Infamous, came across as far more average than what it should have been, though still produced a growing legion of fans. So, by … More ALBUM REVIEW: ‘Infamous’ by Motionless In White

ALBUM REVIEW: ‘The Day’s War’ by Lonely The Brave

There aren’t many bands that change lives. Looking through the numerous comments on posts by copied-and-pasted Warped-core facsimiles on any number of social media platforms would lead you to believe otherwise, but really, the number of bands that can be said to have a true metamorphic effect on those who listen to them can be … More ALBUM REVIEW: ‘The Day’s War’ by Lonely The Brave