The former HIM frontman goes it alone for an exceptional goth-pop debut.
The intent is there with even a few cool ideas, but Shaam Larein’s attempts at gothic gloom can sometimes fall short of a successful mark.
On a metallic hardcore album with the heft laid on thick and pounding muscle at every turn, Lionheart are exceedingly difficult to complain about.
Frenetic sonic shifts and technical abundance ensure that Blame Kandinsky’s new album is every bit the mathcore treat you could ask for.
Other Half’s sophomore full-length continues down a noise-rock furrow that proves extremely fertile, in no small part for how exciting this still sounds.
NOFX bow out on their new album, though with how unengaging it is, it hardly feels like one worthy of their status as punk legends.
High Command explore their own fantastical world on their newest album, and yield some fairly solid crossover thrash as a result.
In this Review Round-Up, Our Mirage stand as the weak link with disappointingly pedestrian metalcore, compared to how refreshed Liotta Seoul and borts are in grunge and alt-punk respectively.
Nickelback are back! And they’re pretty much the same as they’ve always been, for better and for worse.
A slide into indie-rock represents a slight step backwards for Jamie Lenman overall, though with his creative acumen and ear for a massive hook, it’s more than made up for.