In this Review Round-Up, there’s a trio of grunge releases from Return To Dust, Bad Juju and Uzumaki, to show off some the genre’s range of faces and qualities.
In this Review Round-Up, REZZ tries to blend rock and electronic music with limited results, but fortunately, Chamber and Voice Of Baceprot both handily pick up the slack in hardcore and alt-metal respectively.
In this Review Round-Up, Will Haven and PLAIINS produce a lot of quality work, but even their best efforts struggle to stand up to the concentrated fun of The Pink Spiders.
In this Review Round-Up, the new DeathCollector album offers some great death metal, and Carsick bring some freshness to indie-rock. It’s just a shame that Throw The Fight’s hard rock and Keep This Up’s easycore can’t quite match up.
In this Review Round-Up, some pretty great breakthroughs land across the board, in super-melodic punk from Militarie Gun, pitch-black hardcore from Burner, and intelligent indie-punk from Toodles & The Hectic Pity.
In this Review Round-Up, the most fun comes courtesy of EPs from LURK and snake eyes, while Heavenward’s new full-length proves a smidge less so.
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.
In this Review Round-Up, Buggin deliver another killer hardcore outing for the year, and have it sandwiched between releases from Superlove and DETHRXNER that both leave a bit to be desired.
In this Review Round-Up, riffs aplenty are served up from Tigercub and DZ Deathrays—with each trying for their own thing amongst it—while Sirenia go even bigger and more bombastic with their new album.
In this Review Round-Up, the DIY scenes turn out a bumper crop with the new album from Heart Attack Man, and EPs from The Deadnotes and UgLi.