Movements’ new album yields some harsh shifts to augment their emo with indie and pop-rock tones, succeeding in individual pieces but struggling profusely to come together as a whole.
The good qualities of NOT A TOY’s debut full-length are far outweighed by how bland and uninteresting this angle in alt-trap-pop has become
In this Review Round-Up, Rise Of The Northstar should be better; Archetypes Collide are better than they should be; and The Bar Stool Preachers are just solid all around.
After a few years of inactivity, Pierce The Veil are back, and reshaping their brand of post-hardcore into its most organic and intriguing form yet.
In this Review Round-Up, Bush return with a significant jump in quality, while plenty of diverse, explorative sounds come from Charlotte Wessels and My Kid Brother.
In this Review Round-Up, Eat Your Heart Out head up with their sophomore full-length, though aren’t able to shake some great and varied hardcore EPs from Grief Ritual, Sobriquet and State Of You.
In this Review Round-Up, Poets Of The Fall impress with their most recent album, plus there’s some new metalcore from Windwaker and alt-punk from All Better.
Set It Off’s newest takes cues from their previous directional shifts and melds them into a pop-rock context that’s still loose, but yields some of their most promising material in years overall.
As It Is’ steps into darker territory continue, with a grasp of tone and power that’s as sharp as ever, and an all-rounder status that sees what could be a lateral move feel like considerably more.
Underøath’s continuing return finds them shapeshift into even more exciting and cutting-edge avenues within post-hardcore, where greatness is in reach but not quite theirs yet.