In this Review Round-Up, new EPs from LIMBS and Speed prove to be impressive within metalcore and hardcore respectively, while RXPTRS’ new album almost reaches the same for metal, but slightly misses the same mark.
In this Review Round-Up, Moodring impress with their new album and Future Palace show off a lot of promise, while Creature’s new EP winds up shaped by inopportune circumstances.
Sidestepping from tech-metal to headier alt-metal shows immediate improvements for Thornhill, even if they’re still off from realising the optimum way to pull it off.
A good few years of maturation and rejuvenation culminate on Silverstein’s newest album, bringing their post-hardcore into the modern day with the most energy they’ve given off in a long time.
Ocean Grove’s musical evolution continues, now reaching blaring grunge that ekes out a few good melodies from its impervious wall of sound.
In this Review Round-Up, Short Stack come out on top with their newest helping of pop-rock, alongside Out Of Love’s career retrospective, Midwich Cuckoos’ extensive new album, and Cosmic Ninja’s flawed new EP.
In this Review Round, Capstan strike the hardest against middling efforts from John Mayer and Clairo, as well as new releases from Descendents, Sleep Waker and Young Pretorians.
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, 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.
In this Review Round-Up, new albums from Rob Zombie, Tom Grennan and ERRA lead a wide variety of sounds and quality levels, from The Blue Stones, LANDMVRKS, Kali Masi, Saint Agnes, Ego Kill Talent, Distant and Lewis.