Drawing from a love of black-metal, his work in Trivium and his Japanese heritage, Matt Heafy’s new solo project delivers an expansive, powerful and enrapturing listen from front to back.
Zeal & Ardor’s self-titled album sees their black-metal / blues fusion reinvented and expanded, where the results are less airtight but continue to be fascinating.
In this Review Round-Up, MØL, Boston Manor and SeeYouSpaceCowboy bring great work that offsets Black Veil Brides and Bad Wolves, while more new music comes from Emma Ruth Rundle, Diablo Swing Orchestra and Greer.
In this Review Round-Up, Death From Above 1979, Wode and ĠENN offer a lot to like while Evanescence and 24kGolden bring significantly less, joined by new releases from GHLOW, Hey, King! and Borstal.
In this Review Round-Up, Pale Waves shake up and slowthai courts controversy, among new albums from Normandie, The Hold Steady, MOD SUN, Love And Death, John The Ghost, Humanity’s Last Breath, Wild Pink, Dizzy Bats and Stretch Panic.
In this Review Round-Up, highly-anticipated debuts from Beabadoobee and Greg Puciato lead new music from Seaway and Hundredth, as well as Young Culture, Dub Pistols, The Bunny The Bear, Paradise In Flames, Ironed Out and Sam Roberts Band.
In this Review Round-Up, The Hell and Semisonic return while Ihsahn continues to impress, as well as new music from Sundressed, A. Swayze & The Ghosts, Fight The Fight, Haiku Hands, The Roly Mo and The Brothers Keg
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