In the final Review Round-Up of 2023, throwback-rock still isn’t any more interesting coming from Bad Touch, though ERASE THEORY and Felicette deliver some solid EPs as a counterbalance.
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.
With a fun, free and freaked-out approach to classic rock, Pigeon Wigs sidestep the pitfalls of revivalism for a strong debut offering.
In this Review Round-Up, Kamelot deliver some strong symphonic metal, The Answer return with an album of surprisingly solid throwback fare, and The Van Pelt make their long-awaited comeback within emo.
Classic rock revivalism once again proves unfortunately barren for Monster Truck, this time skewing a bit heavier but holding the same dearth of ideas or identity.
A drastic shift in sound finds Seratones stepping into sounds pulling from disco and R&B, while still maintaining a sharpness and blues-inspired bent that takes them far.
Despite falling squarely in the classic rock revival space, Dorothy’s newest album avoids so many of its scene’s pitfalls, embracing bravado and personality and succeeding greatly for it.
In this Review Round-Up, CHVRCHES return alongside exemplary punk from Turnstile and The Bronx and a long-delayed bore from OneRepublic, plus Carnifex, With Confidence, Tigress, The Picturebooks, Dead Romantic and Earth Groans.
In this Review Round-Up, Dropkick Murphys and Evile return with more of the same, while Tilian and Lilith Czar do very little, and more new music comes from Kaleo, Tetrarch, The Pale White, Baby Strange, Knomad Spock, Last Hyena and Action/Adventure.
In this Review Round-Up, a mixed bag of big albums from Greta Van Fleet, Escape The Fate, London Grammar and The Armed leads up releases from RedHook, Waxflower, Mister Misery, Body Void, Them Bloody Kids and Timid Kooky.