With a debut full-length finally here, Hot Milk’s status as one of modern alt-rock’s highest risers is more indisputable than ever.
Bury Tomorrow show off both their consistency in metalcore and some fresher flourishes, for a new album that finally feels blessed with long-term strength.
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.
In pulling on both their rougher and arena-ready impulses, Hot Milk’s newest EP sees their keenness and confidence increasing yet again in their ascension to pop-rock’s best.
Unwilling to move from their stock, stale sound for yet another post-grunge slog, Three Days Grace’s newest album is anything but explosive.
In this Review Round-Up, a stinker from Ministry is greatly overshadowed by Trivium, The World Is A Beautiful Place & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die, blanket and Kowloon Walled City, plus there’s new music from Arkells, illuminati hotties and Naraka.
Hot Milk’s continued evolution on their new EP moves forward with their more biting slant, and feels all the better for it.