Through an industrial-trap lens and a place of deep-seated purpose, n0trixx’s new EP comes out as one of the most fascinating and complete recent listens in its field.
A swift turnaround time and further genre bends haven’t stymied Magnolia Park at all, who continue to excel in the field of all-encompassing pop-punk enormity.
Firmly entrenched in their middling bracket, Of Mice & Men’s newest album does little to facilitate much excitement in their current alt-metal form.
UnityTX’s debut full-length leaves an almighty crater on impact, as their hardcore, nu-metal and hip-hop chops coexist in a tight, potent fashion that’s among the highlights in modern heavy music.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a range of alt-metal of all shapes, sizes and qualities from The Word Alive, Filter and Knife Bride, broken up by some solid throwback-rock from Des Rocs.
In this Review Round-Up, Creak and Naked Lungs ramp up the intensity within nu-metal and noise-rock respectively, while Shamir’s newest indie-rock project is a lot more approachable, but no less enjoyable.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s some pretty rough entries into indie-rock from Ultra Q and nu-metal from Sicksense, only pulled back somewhat by Riyah’s new pop-rock EP.
BLACKGOLD take a nosedive into the overweight, lumbering ends of nu-metal and rap-metal on their new EP, causing any hype around them to promptly vanish.
In this Review Round-Up, Rise Of The Northstar should be better; Archetypes Collide are better than they should be; and The Bar Stool Preachers are just solid all around.
Graphic Nature bring the volatility and grit back to nu-metal on their debut album, and an approach that’s just as cathartic as it is bone-breaking.