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.
Even after broadening and expanding their sound, Royal Blood’s third album still sees their limitations placed right at the forefront.
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.
In this Review Round-Up, big returns for While She Sleeps and Devil Sold His Soul join an impressive new album from Stepson and an underwhelming debut from The Snuts, alongside Purgatory, Skegss, The Limit, Muttering and Wasted Death.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s quality from Citizen, Serj Tankian and ‘68, a covers album from A.A. Williams, more new music from Black Spiders, Exist Immortal, Sanguisugabogg, As Everything Unfolds, Gold Baby and Play Dead.
In this Review Round-Up, new albums from Rob Zombie, Tom Grennan and ERRA lead a wide variety of sounds and quality levels, from The Blue Stones, LANDMVRKS, Kali Masi, Saint Agnes, Ego Kill Talent, Distant and Lewis.
In this Review Round-Up, NOFX continue their stride and Alice Cooper and Chase Atlantic disappoint, alongside new music from Adult Mom, Headache, The Spill Canvas, The Hyena Kill, Baest, Dreamshade, Sadness & Complete Disappointment, Thirdface and Skinny Knowledge.
In this Review Round-Up, surprise hits from Teenage Wrist and LÜT break above new albums from Foo Fighters, Scarlxrd and Drones, while Deacon Blue, Kill The Ideal, Arcaeon and Indica Blues bring varying degrees of quality.
After a career of inconsistency, The Pretty Reckless finally find an authentic version of themselves on their fourth album.