ALL Reviews

Despite the fun ‘80s horror thematic concept and some excellent songwriting, Night of Whispering Souls (Extreme Metal Music) by Croatian one-man blac…
By on May 13, 2019
For those who remember first hearing the debut Weezer record, when it was new, get ready — you’re about to feel a good bit older. The landmark set wa…
By on May 12, 2019
Adversus, the seventh full-length album from Italy’s Handful of Hate combines fast, technical black metal with unexpected baroque flourishes to create…
By on May 09, 2019
As hard as it will be to say goodbye to the Vans Warped Tour, at least we get one more summer of epic performances, flying fans, and life-altering mo…
By on May 09, 2019
Having just released their double album, Visions of The Blinded World Pt. I & II, Lucky, vocalist with electro-metallers Spookshow Inc., talks about f…
By on May 09, 2019
Jared Putnam is a very busy man. The creative force behind alternative rock/indie project The March Divide joins us for a guest blog regarding the mak…
By on May 08, 2019
Dead Tired released their first full-length in late March via New Damage Records and, now that we’ve finished peeling back the layers, it’s a rock and…
By on May 07, 2019
In celebration of “Tropical punk” band The Skints’ upcoming Easy Star Records album Swimming Lessons, the group has been so kind as to offer up an ex…
By on May 07, 2019
An unmistakably Kampfar record, Ofidians Manifest (available from Indie Recordings) blends historic black metal tropes with contemporary care to comp…
By on May 06, 2019
Norwegian ambient rocker Sylvaine drops a Stereo Six listing six albums that helped shape her newest record, Atoms Aligning, Coming Undone - out now…
By on May 06, 2019
There’s never been a better time to be a punk. Bad Religion return with their seventeenth studio album, Age of Unreason, a short, sharp shock of angr…
By on May 06, 2019
35 years following its initial release (out May 10, 1984 via Atlantic), Stay Hungry remains an important record for Twisted Sister and fans alike — s…
By on May 05, 2019
Amon Amarth have released their much-anticipated eleventh album, Berserker, via Metal Blade and, while at the core it’s the same lovable Viking-themed…
By on May 04, 2019
Renaissance Men, out May 3rd via Graphite Records, is a fine return to form for The Wildhearts that will not disappoint older fans, whilst drawing in…
By on May 03, 2019
Red Run Art Series (No Blackout Dates) is a mixed-media series by artist Damon Kardon created to celebrate the travelling circus that is the music tou…
By on May 03, 2019
Californian hardcore purists Fury have a solid, finely-crafted second album with Failed Entertainment, out May 3rd via Run For Cover Records.
By on May 03, 2019
To get you prepared for their cross-Canada, tour with Mexico’s Majestic Downfall, Spanish doom metal band Helevorn offer us their TOP 10 facts about…
By on May 03, 2019
Shem Ha Mephorash, the fourth full-length from Sweden’s Mephorash for Shadow Records is neither short, sweet nor easily digestible: rather, it is prov…
By on May 02, 2019
Mistina La Fave, bassist and vocalist of Portland, Oregan’s shoegaze renaissance connoisseurs, The Prids, joins us for our Women of Rock series to cur…
By on Apr 30, 2019
Fresh off of their well-earned Coachella experience, Virginia’s Turnover is continuing onward with their “Spring ‘19” North American headline tour. C…
By on Apr 29, 2019

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