Running on nostalgia to the point where their growth is stunted from it, Story Of The Year’s newest is a far cry from post-hardcore excellence.
Tag: Sharptone Records
After a period of immense tragedy, We Came As Romans try to re-emerge triumphantly, only to hit the exact same beats that make their metalcore so underwhelming.
In continuing down the path of grinding, nocturnal post-hardcore, Boston Manor strike gold in terms of sharpness, punch and all-consuming atmosphere.
In this Review Round-Up, there’s a much-improved shake-up from Unprocessed and some engaging new alt-rock from WAAX, filled in by Heart Of Gold’s expected fare.
In this Review Round-Up, Bad Suns and Pridelands turn up to be as reliable as usual, while El Moono and Perennial make their breakthroughs, with one being among the best of the year so far.
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.
In this Review Round-Up, Don Broco’s long-awaited new album is pitted against a swift follow-up from Biffy Clyro and an excellent continuation from Whitechapel, plus more from Dave Hause, Save Face, Calling All Captains and Light Grey.
In this Review Round-Up, big new albums from Poppy and Sleep Token are outshined by Badflower and Dying Wish, while more new music comes from Wage War, Tremonti, They Fell From The Sky, Frauds, Cherym, Goodbye Honolulu and Cherie Amour.
In this Review Round-Up, an influx of metalcore comes courtesy of Our Hollow, Our Home, Of Mice & Men and Drown This City, while Perturbator, Prey Drive, Bachelor and UV-TV bring a variety of new releases.
On their sophomore album, Holding Absence finally fall into the excellence that’s been promised of them for so long.