In this Review Round-Up, both Lande Hekt and Yumi And The Weather strike on solid to strong indie-rock, while The Rasmus’ comeback becomes severely damper on their new album.
In their attempts to blend a gothic mood into their progressive metal, Oceans Of Slumber hit an awkward mid-space not devoid of quality, but lacking the firepower of those in similar fields.
In this Review Round-Up, deathcore dominates with new releases from Slaughter To Prevail and Lorna Shore, as well a big new album from Quicksand, and more from The Joy Formidable, Kississippi, GosT, Blacktop Mojo, Calva Louise and Wasted Death.
Creeper’s new EP takes what could easily be just a victory lap and turns it into yet another credible and excellent step forward.
In this Review Round-Up, the highly-anticipated debut from jxdn arrives, along with new releases from DZ Deathrays and Halflives, plus Lord Of The Lost, Justin Courtney Pierre, Graduating Life and Phobophobes.
Even as an improvement to their current lacklustre wave, AFI’s newest album is too slight and forgettable to have much of an impact.
In this Review Round-Up, a wide range of releases brings greatness from Gojira, Manchester Orchestra and Skarlett Riot, something terrible from Sumo Cyco, and plenty more from girl in red, The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Ghost Iris, Diamante, Origami Angel, Cold Moon, Trucker Diablo and Cvlt Ov The Svn.
In this Review Round-Up, Cannibal Corpse deliver the reliable norm in front of Chapel, Anna’s Anchor and Årabrot, alongside new releases from Hail The Sun, Harker, Havelocke, Out Of Love, Crown and Low Island.
In this Review Round-Up, Lucero, Crazy Arm, Tribulation and Cheap Meat all impress, while Ashnikko and The Dead Daisies disappoint, and TV Priest and Colin Macleod fill things out.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a lot of big returns from Marilyn Manson, Knuckle Puck, Everything Everything, Napalm Death and Movements, while Yours Truly, Fit For A King, Eastwood, Ryan Hamilton & The Harlequin Ghosts and Mother’s Cake also drop new music.