It’s another Amity Affliction album. Basically nothing has changed.
Tag: Pure Noise Records
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.
It’s not just nostalgia driving Samiam’s latest; there’s still the sharp skate-punk melody and know-how that finds them striking as hard as you like.
Can’t Swim’s newest mightn’t be adding anything new to their wheelhouse, but it’s still evident of an emo / post-hardcore sound that’s yet to be dulled by even one iota.
On an album of pop-punk and country covers, Alex Melton delivers a debut that’s as weightless as they come, but still has a solid bit of fun to it.
Action/Adventure’s debut full-length places them right near the front of pop-punk’s newest wave, with a classic sound held up by candid writing and monster hooks.
Inclination’s new album perches them high on the metallic hardcore ladder, with all the brawn and brutality you could possibly ask for.
In this Review Round-Up, new albums from The Early November and Field Medic put in some decent work overall, but are unable to stand up to the excellence of Birds In Row.
As visceral and wrenching as their best material always is, Counterparts’ newest provides yet more proof of how they’re among the most consistently excellent bands in hardcore.
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.