Musically, this album rocks and I can't wait until the weather is nicer so as to blast it on the highway with windows down.
Urban poet Joey Bada$$ has done it again; his new song "Land of the Free" is beautiful, heart-wrenching, and highly relevant to today's tumultuous political climate.
Emperor Of Sand, with Brendan O'Brien back in the Production driver's seat yields an album that can truly give Crack The Skye a run for its money!
Stormzy is an intriguing, multifaceted artist, and this album, Gang Signs & Prayer, is a strong proclamation of his talent.
I don’t get it. There is a tonne of hype out there regarding Mothership and after giving High Strangeness its fair share of spins, I don’t see what the hoopla is about.
While these days you can’t throw a rock without hitting a 70’s fuzz band, Kingnomad has stuck its nose out ahead of the race.
This is a must-have for fans of the band; it brought back a lot of memories and I had a real good time watching it.
I'm not quite ready to follow these Generals into battle, but they've earned my respect.
The Long Defeat is for people who've had one too many gut punches from life and just want to scream their fucking lungs out.
The following five acts are exceptionally unique, adept musicians that I'm excited for you to listen to. You've gotta check out Habibi, Shannon and the Clams, Nice As Fuck, Babymetal and Cherry Glazerr!
Curious about what happens when bands who were notoriously wild in their youth finally grow up? After The Party, The Menzingers’ most recent LP, answers that very question.
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.
Ever wanted a grunge band that sounded like they did black magic and screamed as loud and violently as the demons they summoned? Then this is the band for you, kid.
With the inclusion of The Beatles "All my Loving," Gloria Gaynor’s "I will Service" and Neil Diamond’s "Sweet Caroline" it was clear that Me First and The Gimme Gimmes saved the best for last.
Unless you're a hardcore fan of the band, you'll probably just listen to this for eighteen minutes, enjoy it, then stick it with the ever-growing pile of hardcore releases that sound exactly like this does.
With a pastiche of influences and straddling various genres, this amalgamation of college-turned-indie-turned-alt rock band from Greece are setting up to take lives on their third album.
The band have made no bones about the shift in style on Suicide Silence and, as I've said, you can see why their fans are split over the move.
Love Like Honey, a sad punk trio hailing from Norwich, England, has stolen the attention of both my ears AND heart this week with their first EP, Haunt Me / Love Me. Read why here...
After Hugh Jackman said that he’s finished playing one of the most iconic comic book characters of all time after seventeen years, he delivers one of his most blistering performances to date.
Created in the Image of Suffering is a smoldering and unforgiving listen through and through, and is the perfect backdrop for Esfandiari’s haunting yet absolutely gorgeous lyrics.