In this Review Round-Up, a trio of strong new albums encompasses the grand return of LostAlone, frenetic, firebrand punk from The Bobby Lees, and genre-spanning symphonic rock from Scarlet Dorn.
In this Review Round-Up, exemplary black-metal from GAEREA tops, followed closely by strong punk from Celebration Summer, and tailed by an underwhelming new EP from The Skinner Brothers.
As their profile continues to rise, Kid Kapichi have lost none of their sharpness or Brit-punk savvy on their second album.
In this Review Round-Up, new albums from Gogol Bordello and The Beths prove impressive, while The Darling Fire struggle to hit any similar heights on theirs.
In this Review Round-Up, Eat Your Heart Out head up with their sophomore full-length, though aren’t able to shake some great and varied hardcore EPs from Grief Ritual, Sobriquet and State Of You.
In this Review Round-Up, WACO return with by far their strongest effort to date, while EPs from Aniimalia and Strategies fall further towards the middle of the pack.
In this Review Round-Up, Spielbergs and THICK really come into their own on their new albums, alongside great deathcore from Spite, and high-end post-punk from LIFE.
The Chats’ newest album sees very little changing with them, although their Aussie-punk formula has been tailored more to give them some extra flavour and drive.
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.
Infrequently different from the standards they’ve set themselves, Dune Rats’ newest album finds itself struggling between garage-rock fun and a single idea stretched way beyond its means.