For this year-end list, we’re kicking things off as we always do—at the bottom of the barrel, for the worst albums of 2022.
The sea change within pop-punk in the last couple of years has been unmissable, bringing with it changes that have felt entirely detrimental, and a mentality around them that has been ignoring them. We take a deep dive in to see exactly what the genre has turned into, why this has happened, and what might be in store in the future.
In our next year end list, we take a look at all the releases that surprised us the most in 2020.
In the first of our year end lists for 2020, we go back through a horrible year and look at the absolute worst albums that came from it.
Machine Gun Kelly’s first forays into pop-punk prove just as limited as his efforts in hip-hop.
Friday Even though Reading & Leeds are no longer strictly rock festivals (something that their…
At the risk of kicking someone while they’re well and truly down, why is Machine…
THIS WEEK: The Damned Things make their long-awaited return, alongside new tracks from New Found Glory, The Dangerous Summer, Vukovi, Simple Creatures and more
THIS WEEK: Stand Atlantic gear up for the release of their debut album, plus track reviews of Machine Gun Kelly, Behemoth, Beartooth, Basement, The Faim, The Hold Steady, Metric, Youth Killed It, Capsize and more