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.
A combination of recentralising to post-hardcore and pop-rock ideals doesn’t equal The Used’s best, but it’s a step in the right direction regardless.
In the final Review Round-Up of 2022, we take a look at metal successes in recent EPs from The Last Ten Seconds Of Life and Circles, as well as Letters Sent Home’s new EP that falls drastically short of that.
In this Review Round-Up, a couple of highly-anticipated returns from Brutus and All Ears Avow produce expectedly great work, plus some very promising new emo from Jetski.
Press Club’s new album stands as their most definitive statement to date, redressing their place in punk with big swings and undeniable anthems.
After an already impressive debut, Ithaca top themselves in spectacular fashion, further embracing creativity and colour among a bruising hardcore base for one of the year’s most exciting releases.
A new singer hasn’t dulled Blood Command’s fire one bit, as they continue to plough through post-hardcore with some of the most electrifying, fun music around.
Petrol Girls reshape and galvanise their own forms of punk, making for not only a thrilling, biting listen, but also their best to date.
In this Review Round-Up, the return of Jake Bugg underwhelms, as do the newest from Grayscale and Jinjer, while more new music comes from Telethon, Gloo, Kat Von D, Chubby And The Gang, Sugar Horse, Indigo De Souza, Venues and Wilder..
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.