Overall, if you are a fan of the beauty that Circa Survive is able to deliver rather than their more heated states, then this will be a welcome addition to your rotation
This album is an instant classic, and if you don't think so, you are fake fucking news. Go pick this up and just enjoy it.
Makeout, fresh off their year of touring with the likes of Blink-182 and Naked and Famous, have released their debut full-length after successfully signing to Rise Records.
Genkaku is the second full-length by duo Low Flying Hawks, and it's a brilliant followup for a band that is already turning heads with its grim take on an already grim genre.
It's been a while since we've heard an album that deserves less attention, but we think we've found it. Check out our review inside to know why you should curve this album.
The new full-length by Pittsburgh-brewed Save Us From The Archon is an instrumental tour de force that knocks the listener on their ass before it soothes.
The track serves up a pretty diligent grunge revival recipe, albeit this time around straying into more post-grunge territory which is uncharacteristic for the band.
Bottom line is that Hundred Suns are a welcome addition to a genre that manages to hit all the best parts one would expect from such accomplished musicians.
Quebec City has another reason to boast about its musical talent, as this hardcore outfit have just aptly demonstrated with a full-length that makes hardcore a joy to listen to again.
The latest single from Ontario duo Deathsticks revs into sludgy, psyched-out-of-the-mind grunge, slamming into life like parachuting two grams of MDMA and walking down the street waiting for the kick.
One of the most exciting releases of the year belongs to Toronto's very own Denim Kings, Sam Coffey And The Iron Lungs, who have released the feel good album of the summer, and possibly the year. Not bad for a bunch of Toronto punks.
The second EP from the New Hampshire duo shows the act demonstrating a clear progression. Check out our full review inside for the full picture.
The original lycanthropunks have returned to deliver their ninth full-length, a blistering delivery of ten tracks that will have you howling at the moon. Check out the details inside.
No, not the celebrity rag: it's the Austin-based quartet with their first full-length for your listening pleasure. Check out how their snotty art noise stacks up.
Watch as Lance Marwood attempts to describe an entire subgenre of heavy music using less than 300 words (or, the equivalent of three breaths). This time around... DOOM!
The Washington, D.C.-based outfit Pain Tank unleashed a tidal wave of fury a month ago. Now the question is, is it any good? Well, yeah, but let us tell you about it, click to see more.
This Austin outfit are delivering chaos and anger wherever they set foot. Can you dig it? Jump in to find out more.
Pickering's own gang of four just put out another EP for the third March in a row. Come check out our review inside.
Just in time for summer, here's some miserable stoner sludge that somehow also manages to be incredibly vibrant. Enjoy you sad bastards.
Sewer Rats play to their namesake, delivering the type of blitzed-out, vile sludge metal you could expect from a band that is able to deliver both harsh and hectic tunes.