Maybe it’s the lack of oxygen going to my brain, but I find myself taking a mental step back from the scene to arrive at one of those “How the hell did my life get here?” kind of moments.
Crippled Earn is an adrenaline shot of quality hardcore punk.
Earlier this year, we sat down backstage at the PlayStation Theater with one of the funniest, most unconventional bands on the planet, Reel Big Fish.
“It came down to writing stuff that was fun and reminded me of being a kid, and reminded me of when I was angry and had a whole bunch of things to say.”
You’re gonna love this if you’re already a Seether fan. And if you’re not… you’re about to become one.
All That Remains has gotten some flak over the years for leaning away from their original heaviness, but the real problem is that they’re not leaning toward anything interesting.
Up-and-coming Belgian rockers The Sore Losers open up about the joy and madness of their first time on American soil.
Whether the show takes place here in America or home in Belgium, one thing’s for sure: The Sore Losers bring the fire.
Despite commanding a voice as powerful as it is angelic, and guitar chops that give even Slash a run for his money, Kennedy retains a humility that few bona fide rock stars exhibit.
I'm not quite ready to follow these Generals into battle, but they've earned my respect.
The Giant & The Tailor definitely has some talent on their side, and I actually like the idea of incorporating spoken word into their performances. But in both lyrical content and emotional approach, they've desperately got to make some changes.
Just when LP was finally getting back in touch with their roots, they shart out a cookie-cutter pop song as musically complacent as it is lyrically vapid.
Their latest EP, their ideological inspirations, science fiction, superpowers, video games, and the fabled Rody Walker Big Cock Appreciation Experience.
Back in September of 2014, Jeremy Price went to his first Protest The Hero show while studying in Sydney, Australia and ended up doing a backflip on-stage. It happened again... this time in NYC!
Each song surprised me in some way, and while I wasn’t left clamoring for more, I definitely felt immersed in a unique, oddly harmonious musical world.
It's no surprise that this song rocks.Overall, this is a surprisingly melancholy, polished, and thoughtful song from a band that wants to focus on skate punk, and I mean that in a good way.
The next time Reel Big Fish or any of these bands comes to your town, drop everything and GO.
If you’re feeling sickened by the state of the political world, I’m officially writing you a prescription for some Fat Heaven. Take one every six hours, and call me in the morning.
Vessels stays true to Starset's unique brand of hard rock, brooding and melodic like a cybernetic Breaking Benjamin, but it also showcases a band pushing itself into new territory.
Though formulaic, "okay." is a fun, catchy album. You're gonna love it. Read our review of the new album from UK pop-punk band As It Is inside...