In this Review Round-Up, a collection of EPs presents a decent outing from Hawthorne Heights, a continuation of Perennial’s excellence, and a debut from ALT BLK ERA that could use a lot of work.
In this Review Round-Up, Hot Mulligan’s best yet and promising starts from Himalayas and happydaze all come after DevilDriver, whose new album does…basically nothing.
Via prog and math-rock, and with a rich supply of colour and light, Covet’s newest taps into pure, unfiltered joy.
Even despite some standout ideas that certainly help, Real Terms’ math-rock perhaps ends up a bit too fractious for its own good.
Frenetic sonic shifts and technical abundance ensure that Blame Kandinsky’s new album is every bit the mathcore treat you could ask for.
As chaotic as it is dazzlingly inventive, The Callous Daoboys’ new album breaks hardcore’s door wide open with one of the year’s absolute best.
The usual cacophony of noise and sugar-high post-hardcore yields the same results as ever for Dance Gavin Dance, only longer and more unnecessary.
In this Review Round-Up, strong alt-rock from The Wildhearts, Haggard Cat and The Dead Deads makes up for a predictably lousy offering from Imagine Dragons, as well as new music from New Found Glory, Hawthorne Heights, I Feel Fine and Mastiff.
In this Review Round-Up, the returns of Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! and Against The Current lead strong albums from Lakes, The Five Hundred and VIAL, plus Paradise Now, Bicurious and Wall. Oh, and Attila are here too.
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.