In this Review Round-Up, strong new albums from Stick To Your Guns and Banks Arcade find themselves against releases from Anberlin and blacktoothed, themselves split between underwhelming and outright bad.
As they continue to grow and mature with their music, Senses Fail take the 2000s post-hardcore sound and give it more punch and vitality than most others.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s decent stuff all round with the new album from Mint Green, the debut EP from orphantwin, and an album from Valleyheart that’s less impressive but still overall solid.
Going back to a tighter and more energised form, State Champs still aren’t at their absolute best, but have the pop-punk punch to fly high regardless.
In this Review Round-Up, the great new album from Devon Kay & The Solutions heads up a variety of EPs from Telltale, Crown Magnetar and thrown.
Condensing their punk down to its purest essence and writing the biggest songs of their entire career sees Drug Church come out with their best album yet, entirely on their own terms and accessible to a fault at the same time.
Just Friends bring out their most impressive selves on every aspect of this new album, a take on pop-rock that’s colourful and diverse while still prioritising the catchiness that ultimately sees them soar.
Mom Jeans’ newest album winds up as their leanest, punchiest and most fun to date, even giving a boost to some of the more familiar emo frameworks that persist through their output.
In the final Review Round-Up of 2021, the return of Black Label Society and Like Pacific comes alongside the breakout full-length from Kid Bookie, and more from The Browning, No Bragging Rights, Kid Dad and Rising Insane.
In this Review Round-Up, MØL, Boston Manor and SeeYouSpaceCowboy bring great work that offsets Black Veil Brides and Bad Wolves, while more new music comes from Emma Ruth Rundle, Diablo Swing Orchestra and Greer.