Machine Gun Kelly (the Italian rock band) have done little to differentiate themselves from the rest of the crowd, and No Easy Way Out.
Red Run Art Series (No Blackout Dates) is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon created to celebrate the traveling circus that is the music tour. Package #3 features alt-J.
Joe Satriani's What Happens Next is like one humongous acid trip from the 80s, transporting the listener into a universe of Satriani's delectable guitar solos and otherworldly talent.
Even with the heavier and grungier edge of Vale, it still delivers for BVB fans and should still please general hard rock and heavy metal fans alike.
Gothic metal band Paradise Lost tore through Wedgewood Rooms in Portsmouth along with supporting acts King Goat and Outshine.
Tonya Harding isn't so much famous as she is infamous and I, Tonya is a biopic that's as bold and bruising as Harding herself.
Brian Fallon & The Howling Weather are in top form supporting latest release Sleepwalkers in an intimate club show in Kingston, UK.
Call Me By Your Name truly excels by taking a very simple concept and giving it great emotional depth.
Rites of Thy Degrindolade are a band for those who like their black metal to be challenging both musically and philosophically, and The Blade Philosophical is another strong release.
Loathe and Holding Absence team up for split EP, This is as One, but do the band's two sounds complement each other? Or is this as two?
At the end of the day, Host (Remastered) is a decent listen. I just think, at least for me, Paradise Lost is best when they are pounding out the doomy riffs and growling at the listener.
It's no wonder Gary Oldman has already won "Best Actor" at the Golden Globes because this is a plum performance after an already storied career.
Have you ever felt like listening to Diana Ross samples slowed down, compressed, and looped while watching Macintosh commercials from the '80s?
The Faceless may have tested UK fans’ patience with the cancelled dates and hit-and-miss appearances, but tonight is a dominant display of power from one of tech-death’s hardest hitters.
Red Run Art Series (No Blackout Dates) is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon created to celebrate the traveling circus that is the music tour. Package #2 features G-Eazy.
With Reminiscence, Empress shows a penchant for experimentation in their blend of stoner and sludge metal.
King Witch’s full-length debut is a resounding success. It talks of hell, sacrifice and Scotland, put to a classic metal soundtrack that incorporates some more modern sounds.
Denver, CO-based progressive hardcore quintet Fathers were kind enough to help us learn more about the heavy themes and topics tackled on their self-titled debut.
Ataraxy's Where All Hope Fades is a decent metal record that's built around the odd bit of quality songwriting, but you may just struggle to sit through the entire thing.
The Dangerous Summer have captured an essence of their self expression and turned it into something that can be considered self-titled worthy.