In the first Review Round-Up of 2021, new releases from Lonely The Brave, The Dirty Nil and a covers EP from The Xcerts kick things off, alongside LICE, Viagra Boys, Passenger, NEED and Wall.
With 2020 coming to a close, we take one last look at the releases that we missed, including Miley Cyrus, Ariana Grande, Bright Eyes, Katy Perry, The Beths, Bloxx and plenty more.
In the final Review Round-Up of 2020, grandson underwhelms yet again among a ska-punk double-header from Less Than Jake and Goldfinger, surprise greatness from The Dangerous Summer and Red City Radio, and more from Can’t Swim, Gone Is Gone, Stuck Out and TJ Roberts.
Even on his most complete release to date, Yungblud’s music still places marketability before actual impact.
In this Review Round-Up, lackluster efforts from The Smashing Pumpkins and Gama Bomb go against the solo debut of Dave Jakes, as well as VRSTY, Babyteeth, Yumi And The Weather, Hello Cosmos and JSA.
In this Review Round-Up, returns from Palm Reader, Seahaven, I Am The Avalanche and Hatebreed all bring quality, alongside new releases Within The Ruins, Will Joseph Cook, Black Sky Research, Ego Kill Talent, I Am Pariah, Tungsten and Micko & The Mellotronics.
On their second album this year, Hollywood Undead show how they’re in no way equipped to pull something like that off.
In this Review Round-Up, big returns from AC/DC and McFly stand against new music from Refused, King 810, Bearings and Dark Tranquillity, as well as Intervals, Bad Nerves, Shygirl, pg.lost and Laura Fell.
In this Review Round-Up, disappointing new albums from Orianthi and L.A. Guns lead, while Helen Love and Newmeds find quality, Superlove and Boundaries display promise, and GHØSTKID and Scarlet flounder.
Killer Be Killed prove themselves to be as super as their supergroup status suggests on their long-awaited second album.