In this Review Round-Up, some pretty great breakthroughs land across the board, in super-melodic punk from Militarie Gun, pitch-black hardcore from Burner, and intelligent indie-punk from Toodles & The Hectic Pity.
In stripping all the way down and exploring indie textures more solemn and brittle than their normal fare, Manchester Orchestra deliver something equally striking and spellbinding on their new EP.
An impressive array of guest stars and foreboding industrial production manage to do a lot of work on HEALTH’s newest collaborations album, even if some expected unevenness will continue to show through.
Drilling even deeper into classic rock and metal worship sees Ghost’s newest album hit even more melodic, towering heights, as they take even more steps towards becoming one of the most reliably fun and decadent bands around.
Rise Against’s ninth album is another excellent example of how they’re one of the most consistent bands around.
In this Review Round-Up, a mixed bag from Gary Numan, St. Vincent and Myles Kennedy leads great albums from Vexed, Kaonashi and Osiah, plus Mannequin Pussy, Tokky Horror, Jess And The Ancient Ones, Fiddlehead and One Morning Left.
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.
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 a lot of big returns from Marilyn Manson, Knuckle Puck, Everything Everything, Napalm Death and Movements, while Yours Truly, Fit For A King, Eastwood, Ryan Hamilton & The Harlequin Ghosts and Mother’s Cake also drop new music.