Silent Planet’s brand of metalcore continues to expand into the cosmos, exploring and landing upon tremendous results among the expanse.
Fall Out Boy roll into Manchester with PVRIS and nothing,nowhere. in tow, both to reinforce their pop-rock enormity and celebrate the multitude of highs that have got them there.
A rip-roaring sound and the swagger of punk’s best colours Spiritual Cramp’s debut, for one hell of a good time.
Dying Wish take a few more steps into metalcore greatness on their new album, surpassing any previous peaks and fully embedding themselves as scene standouts.
In this Review Round-Up, Year Of The Knife’s huge leap from tragedy is the main headline, but there’s still more to dig into in new releases from Sugar Horse, Sleep Outside and Black Water County.
Even though they can iterate on radio-metal stronger than most, Bad Wolves continue to find it hard to produce something distinctly their own on their new album.
With evolved drive and purpose packed into punk and the most melodic of hardcore, Crime In Stereo are back on exemplary form, even after 13 years away.
Metallic hardcore has anointed a new set of kings in Mouth For War, with a devastating, poignant new album that’s easily among the best of the year.
In this Review Round-Up, Lake Malice’s debut EP proves why they’re among post-hardcore’s most exciting new class, alongside a slew of incendiary new punk from NOBRO, Problem Patterns and BEX.
Although a bit of trimming wouldn’t go amiss, Closure In Moscow’s prog-pop return is still an utterly danceable delight.