A follow-up to 2015’s The Mindsweep, The Spark launches Shikari even further into uncharted territory–an appeal to the ears and hearts of would-be mainstream listeners.
Stray From The Path have made it incredibly clear they are not here to play games on Only Death Is Real–a blistering, ten-track socio-political manifesto that slams and shreds from start to finish.
All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell is destined to satisfy long-time fans and promises to catapult PVRIS to a new level of stardom.
Blood Youth NAILED it with their debut full-length, Beyond Repair, with huge chugs, rapid-fire snare, and crunchy strings leading the way through this heavy LP.
Swimming In Strange Waters is true to its namesake, submerging listeners in a psychedelic-inspired, indie folk-rock journey. But does The Wooden Sky swim or merely tread water with their latest release?
I honestly think I Haven’t Been Feeling Myself could be huge for Westing. From start to finish, it’s raw, honest, intense, and insanely appealing.
He Is Legend have returned with their fifth full-length, few, a nod to the fans who have stuck with them over the years. Does it deliver? We definitely think so, read why here…
Homebound, a pop-punk quartet from Farnham, England, has just released their third EP The Mould You Build Yourself Around February 10th via Rude Records. But does Homebound set themselves apart from the plethora of other UK pop-punk acts?
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.
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…
Deaf Havana are back with All These Countless Nights, a monumental nod to their overall growth as a band. Read more about their latest release here…
Set and Setting’s Reflectionless is a meandering journey through time and space, evoking imagery of rugged landscapes and expansive deserts, often leaving listeners stranded in a wilderness of forgotten daydreams.