Polyphia’s new album asserts their dominance among modern prog, bringing more variety than ever and an electricity that’s difficult to not be engrossed by.
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 usual cacophony of noise and sugar-high post-hardcore yields the same results as ever for Dance Gavin Dance, only longer and more unnecessary.
Mothica’s new album might have more conceptual detail than many of its alt-pop contemporaries, but under-delivers in other areas to average out as rather middling.
In this Review Round-Up, Baby Strange and Social Animals deliver a pair of solid—if unremarkable—albums, dented by a disappointment from Onelinedrawing.
Another useless metalcore product comes courtesy of Memphis May Fire, who still haven’t moved on since the early 2010s and continue to display it in earnest.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s an all-around solid crop of releases as Kublai Khan TX deliver a punishing EP, Walt Disco and Gen And The Degenerates show a lot of promise, and Reminders hit a high mark on their debut album.
In this Review Round-Up, new albums from Mayday Parade and The Darkness lead, Zebrahead try to establish their new era, and more new music comes from Between You & Me, Black Coast, Imminence, Pass Away and ten56..
In this Review Round-Up, Spiritbox drop their debut after some enormous hype, alongside excellent albums from Rivers Of Nihil and Charlotte Wessels, as well as big releases from Angels & Airwaves, Thrice and LILHUDDY, and more from Daughtry, Miss Vincent, Signs Of The Swarm, One Step Closer, Table Scraps and Those Without.
In this Review Round-Up, big returns from Wolf Alice and Hacktivist find themselves nestled against failures from Atreyu, cleopatrick and plxntkid, as well as new music from Lovebites, Wristmeetrazor, Merci and January Jane.