With 2020 coming to a close, we take one last look at the releases that we missed, including Miley Cyrus, Ariana Grande, Bright Eyes, Katy Perry, The Beths, Bloxx and plenty more.
In the final Review Round-Up of 2020, grandson underwhelms yet again among a ska-punk double-header from Less Than Jake and Goldfinger, surprise greatness from The Dangerous Summer and Red City Radio, and more from Can’t Swim, Gone Is Gone, Stuck Out and TJ Roberts.
On their second album this year, Hollywood Undead show how they’re in no way equipped to pull something like that off.
In this Review Round-Up, a huge crop of releases is filled by big albums from I Don’t Know How But They Found Me, Ghostemane and Black Foxxes, EPs from PUP and Fever 333, a variety of side-projects from Salem, Ashton Irwin and No Life On Earth, and plenty more of everything else from Like Moths To Flames, Sevendust, Happy., Blue October, Leaves’ Eyes, The OBGMs, LÉON and Hector Gannet
In this Review Round-Up, Declan McKenna and Oceans Of Slumber return while Dream Nails and Cold Years make their long-awaited debuts, alongside From Ashes To New, Fame On Fire, lovelytheband, Chloe Lilac, Young Knives, Honey Joy and Snow Coats
In this Review Round-Up, there’s plenty going on as Protomartyr deliver excellence among big new releases from Bush, Broadside, The Aces and The Acacia Strain, as well as Courtney Marie Andrews, Calva Louise, Häxan, and the breakthrough of Oliver Tree
At the halfway point of the year, we take a look at some of what we’ve missed in 2020 so far, including Stone Temple Pilots, Sepultura, Breaking Benjamin, Algiers, Black Lips and more
It’s frankly ridiculous that Hollywood Undead’s recent upswing only seems to be continuing to go…
We close out 2019 by having a look at some the albums we’ve missed over the last few months, including Lingua Ignota, Have Mercy, Carnifex, Hobo Johnson, The Night Café and many more
THIS WEEK: Sharptooth release a brand new single, Panic! At The Disco and Bring Me The Horizon try their hands at soundtracks, and Fireworks return from hiatus with a surprising new song