In this Review Round-Up, it’s difficult to get excited by new releases from Sleep Theory and Meatraffle, but Haunt The Woods’ expansive alt-prog more than makes up for it.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s awkward genre-bending alt-metal from SiM; solid-enough hardcore from Grove Street; and some genuinely great alt-rock from King Nun.
A long-awaited shake-up from Ash is finally here, though their collection of alt-rock-adjacent swerves rings nowhere near as confidently successful as they’d likely want it to.
The regression of Royal Blood continues, now at a back-to-basics level that’s unacceptably low on ideas, even for straightforward rock music.
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 their trilogy of albums comes to a close, Holding Absence deliver exactly what they do best—soaring, deeply effective post-hardcore that proves why they’re among the best in the field.
With a debut full-length finally here, Hot Milk’s status as one of modern alt-rock’s highest risers is more indisputable than ever.
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, cool genre-bending from M.A.G.S. and impactful metalcore from Rituals handily distracts from mediocre alt-metal from Any Given Sin.
Across a smorgasbord of ‘90s rock excellence with scope and power that’s second to none, Teenage Wrist pull out another stunner with unparalleled ease.