In this Review Round-Up, Annisokay and Samurai Pizza Cats respectively hit heavy and fall short in metalcore; Guilt Trip deliver a strong metallic hardcore debut; and Rocket Pengwin establishes some decent contemporary pop-punk.
In this Review Round-Up, a collection of EPs presents a decent outing from Hawthorne Heights, a continuation of Perennial’s excellence, and a debut from ALT BLK ERA that could use a lot of work.
Once again, Delaire The Liar are refining and fine-tuning their volatile post-hardcore for another EP, and some of the results might just rank among their best.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a range of alt-metal of all shapes, sizes and qualities from The Word Alive, Filter and Knife Bride, broken up by some solid throwback-rock from Des Rocs.
As they continue to splutter and flail in the waters of the most generic radio-metal imaginable, the second part of Atreyu’s current project is almost just as useless as the first.
In this Review Round-Up, HANABIE shine as the newest stars of Japanese metal, joined by a pair of strong new releases from Bad Luck. and Move BHC. As for the return of The View…even that isn’t too bad!
In this Review Round-Up, cool genre-bending from M.A.G.S. and impactful metalcore from Rituals handily distracts from mediocre alt-metal from Any Given Sin.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a trio of grunge releases from Return To Dust, Bad Juju and Uzumaki, to show off some the genre’s range of faces and qualities.
Yellowcard’s return brings with it a sense of revitalisation, with an EP that casts back to their pop-punk heyday, as well as bringing a bright collage of ideas for pressing forward.
In this Review Round-Up, REZZ tries to blend rock and electronic music with limited results, but fortunately, Chamber and Voice Of Baceprot both handily pick up the slack in hardcore and alt-metal respectively.