In this Review Round-Up, it’s difficult to get excited by new releases from Sleep Theory and Meatraffle, but Haunt The Woods’ expansive alt-prog more than makes up for it.
With a slew of guest stars and radio-rock might behind it, Hyro The Hero’s new album is primed for bigger things than ever before, but it’s also a considerably less interesting take on his typical rap-rock style.
In this Review Round-Up, Kvelertak end up doing way more with their new album than either Conquer Divide, Mustard Plug or With Honor, all of whom end up with mid-range genre releases in metalcore, ska-punk and hardcore respectively.
The regression of Royal Blood continues, now at a back-to-basics level that’s unacceptably low on ideas, even for straightforward rock music.
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.
In this Review Round-Up, cool genre-bending from M.A.G.S. and impactful metalcore from Rituals handily distracts from mediocre alt-metal from Any Given Sin.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a trio of grunge releases from Return To Dust, Bad Juju and Uzumaki, to show off some the genre’s range of faces and qualities.
In this Review Round-Up, the new DeathCollector album offers some great death metal, and Carsick bring some freshness to indie-rock. It’s just a shame that Throw The Fight’s hard rock and Keep This Up’s easycore can’t quite match up.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s some pretty rough entries into indie-rock from Ultra Q and nu-metal from Sicksense, only pulled back somewhat by Riyah’s new pop-rock EP.
Apparently tenth time isn’t the charm, as Buckcherry continue to sink deeper into hard rock banality and abject boredom.