After two albums of crappy, sour, unenjoyable pop, Theory Of A Deadman go back to what they do best—crappy, sour, unenjoyable radio-rock.
SNAYX make themselves known on this debut EP, balancing some kinetic garage-rock ideas with rather blatant inconsistencies.
Running on nostalgia to the point where their growth is stunted from it, Story Of The Year’s newest is a far cry from post-hardcore excellence.
Ever the mavericks, Periphery’s breaking down of the sound they helped create unlocks something unmistakably bold, wild and wonderful in progressive metal.
In stripping all the way down and exploring indie textures more solemn and brittle than their normal fare, Manchester Orchestra deliver something equally striking and spellbinding on their new EP.
Still trapped in the shadow of their maligned self-titled effort, and even with streaks of classic death metal among their deathcore, Suicide Silence still feel as though they’re holding back.
In this Review Round-Up, Acres are back and trying to make an impression once again, alongside some promising new EPs from Teenage Dads and Big Hug.
With an acerbic lyrical stance and a metalcore sound fond of its grit and grind, .GIFFROMGOD’s newest EP is quite the assault to experience.
As an album that’s not only still tied to the dregs of butt-rock tropes, but also pulls them off so poorly, Redlight King’s newest is anything but full-blooded.
Nova Twins’ meteoric rise continues as they hit Liverpool with Witch Fever and Uninvited last week, and you can check out our full review and photo galleries here.