With their continually growing star, Stone Broken’s hard rock becomes more impactful and overall better on their new album, though still very much tied down to its scene.
Even when taking steps towards more radio-ready fare, Billy Talent are still able to pull out all the stops to craft one of the most accessible, easy-to-love punk albums that’ll be released this year.
In the first Review Round-Up of 2022 (and in its new slimmed-down form), Enterprise Earth drop the year’s first great metal album, while Blood Red Shoes and Party Cannon struggle to stick, and VRSTY make some noteworthy improvements on their debut full-length.
In the final Review Round-Up of 2021, the return of Black Label Society and Like Pacific comes alongside the breakout full-length from Kid Bookie, and more from The Browning, No Bragging Rights, Kid Dad and Rising Insane.
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.
Bullet For My Valentine’s self-titled album finds them pull back into equilibrium in a return to their usual sound, for better and for worse.
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, Employed To Serve deliver a triumphant new album alongside a surprise from The Vaccines and more of the same from Carcass, plus The Plot In You, Alien Weaponry, The Band CAMINO, Lurk and Dead Reynolds.
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.
In this Review Round-Up, big returns for While She Sleeps and Devil Sold His Soul join an impressive new album from Stepson and an underwhelming debut from The Snuts, alongside Purgatory, Skegss, The Limit, Muttering and Wasted Death.