In this Review Round-Up, Our Mirage stand as the weak link with disappointingly pedestrian metalcore, compared to how refreshed Liotta Seoul and borts are in grunge and alt-punk respectively.
In this Review Round-Up, Borders’ rap-metalcore and Doodseskader’s intimidating noise impress on the heavier front, broken up by a brief (but no less strong) post-punk intermission from Deadletter.
In this Review Round-Up, Dayseeker offer up some great metalcore on their newest album, alongside some promising alt-punk from Sunliner, and a generally middling effort from BRKN LOVE.
With ‘comedy’ that isn’t funny and metalcore that isn’t interesting, ChuggaBoom set themselves up for a monster of a fall that they waltz into with gleeful abandon.
Emotion and power are brought to the fore on Fit For A King’s newest album, breaking them out of the metalcore doldrums in a notable shake-up for the better.
In this Review Round-Up, great debut full-lengths come from Witch Fever and San Lorenz, while Exist Immortal keep the quality high with their new album.
After a period of immense tragedy, We Came As Romans try to re-emerge triumphantly, only to hit the exact same beats that make their metalcore so underwhelming.
Having grown bigger than ever before, Electric Callboy transfer all of that hype into Euro-metal excess at its most overblown and entertaining level yet.
Parkway Drive’s fearless growth into metal enormity continues, continuing to evolve into new forms built on classic influence and modern power.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a pretty rough selection of releases, encompassing classic rock from H.E.A.T, punk from Beach Rats, and metalcore from Of Virtue.