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.
In this Review Round-Up, another quick follow-up from Idles is joined by a new album from Volumes and the return of Maybeshewill, as well as Bears In Trees, Breichiau Hir and NYT LIV.
In this Review Round-Up, a huge set of new albums comes courtesy of Coldplay, Every Time I Die, Can’t Swim, Starset and Tom Morello, plus even more from Death Blooms, Slow Crush, Skinny Lister, Dooms Children, THECITYISOURS and Last Hounds.
Ice Nine Kills’ second horror-flavoured outing offers more of the same as the first, though the fun factor of it all means that’s no bad thing.
In this Review Round-Up, big new albums from Poppy and Sleep Token are outshined by Badflower and Dying Wish, while more new music comes from Wage War, Tremonti, They Fell From The Sky, Frauds, Cherym, Goodbye Honolulu and Cherie Amour.
In this Review Round-Up, the return of Jake Bugg underwhelms, as do the newest from Grayscale and Jinjer, while more new music comes from Telethon, Gloo, Kat Von D, Chubby And The Gang, Sugar Horse, Indigo De Souza, Venues and Wilder..
In this Review Round-Up, the returns of Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! and Against The Current lead strong albums from Lakes, The Five Hundred and VIAL, plus Paradise Now, Bicurious and Wall. Oh, and Attila are here too.