In this Review Round-Up, Currents’ newest strikes a high bar and Crashface continue a powerful surge onward, while Cyan Kicks find themselves left in the lurch.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a strong collection of heavy new releases from Drain, Death Goals and Harroway, joined by something way poppier (but still solid) from Weathers.
In this Review Round-Up, a set of new EPs holds some hefty new material from Brand Of Sacrifice, some steps towards grander things for Black Coast, and an auspicious psych-pop debut from Lemonade Shoelace.
Incendiary hardcore collides with good, old-fashioned British sardonicism on The St Pierre Snake Invasion’s newest album, and the resulting product proves routinely excellent.
Being a rather no-frills experience is no kind of hindrance for Jesus Piece, who are able to shine solely on hardcore’s propensity for viciousness and bludgeoning.
In this Review Round-Up, varying amounts of promise abound, within goth-pop from The Nightmares, indie-rock from La Fonda, and fried-out hardcore from Bitch Hawk.
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 away, The Ongoing Concept return with a refined, tighter-than-ever concoction of post-hardcore, prog and pop-rock.
Gideon come forward with another album of their usual brutal, searing metalcore anthems, only this time it just might be their best yet.
With an acerbic lyrical stance and a metalcore sound fond of its grit and grind, .GIFFROMGOD’s newest EP is quite the assault to experience.