In this Review Round-Up, great heavy music from Racetraitor stands next to some that could use a bit of work from Future Static, as well as a pair of EPs with a lot of promise from Birdmask and Colourburn.
In this Review Round-Up, Year Of The Knife’s huge leap from tragedy is the main headline, but there’s still more to dig into in new releases from Sugar Horse, Sleep Outside and Black Water County.
Metallic hardcore has anointed a new set of kings in Mouth For War, with a devastating, poignant new album that’s easily among the best of the year.
In this Review Round-Up, Carpool Tunnel’s ephemeral indie-rock mightn’t do a lot, but at least some great hardcore from Dreamwell and alt-rock from CHROMA are more than enough to cover.
In this Review Round-Up, Svalbard continue to embrace scale and power in heavy music to phenomenal effect, alongside a pair of similarly massive-reaching releases from Teen Jesus & The Jean Teasers and Air Drawn Dagger.
A devastating return after five years sees Harms Way still operating on full throttle in metallic hardcore, and delivering their best album to date in the process.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s awkward genre-bending alt-metal from SiM; solid-enough hardcore from Grove Street; and some genuinely great alt-rock from King Nun.
A rare misstep for Blood Command is a fairly significant one, in which the component parts of their genre-inclusive post-hardcore are isolated and extrapolated, in a fashion that doesn’t benefit them whatsoever.
In this Review Round-Up, Annisokay and Samurai Pizza Cats respectively hit heavy and fall short in metalcore; Guilt Trip deliver a strong metallic hardcore debut; and Rocket Pengwin establishes some decent contemporary pop-punk.
UnityTX’s debut full-length leaves an almighty crater on impact, as their hardcore, nu-metal and hip-hop chops coexist in a tight, potent fashion that’s among the highlights in modern heavy music.