Embracing the time-tested show biz axiom, “always leave ’em wanting more,” Hannah Dasher’s EP ‘The Half Record’ (Sony Music Nashville) says what it’s gotta say and gets off the stage in short order.
On its own, The Many Saints of Newark (Warner Bros. Pictures) is a reasonably entertaining effort. But the story leaves too many (seemingly intentional) loose ends to remain inert. Based on initial receipts — “I dunno, Tone. It don’t look too good.”
East Coast blackened death metal sextet The Breathing Process take their epic sound to new levels on ‘Labyrinthian’. Read our review here.
Bradford’s Nighttrain rocked out to a three-band bill headlined by rising rockers Mason Hill. Check out the pics and review here.
Wage War returns with ‘Manic,’ their fourth album, mixing modern rock with hard-hitting metalcore. Does it click? Read our review here.
Armed with this abrasive collection, LA metallic hardcore crew Matriarchs are coming to kick down the walls of the hardcore scene.
On Wednesday, September 22nd, the “Up From The Sewer” tour brought their stench to The Nile Theater in Mesa, Arizona, featuring a slew of killer death metal bands: Undeath, Rivers of Nihil, Carnifex, After the Burial, and the mighty The Black Dahlia Murder.
Tom DeLonge’s Angels & Airwaves has been around for over 15 years now and studio album number six, ‘LIFEFORMS’ (Rise Records), is a collection of incredible songs that deserve recognition.
From the opening drumbeat of “A World Apart” to the closing notes of the epic “Marching in Time,” Tremonti’s creative juices are fast-flowing on ‘Marching In Time’ (Napalm Records) and it is virtually impossible to find any fault with this album.
What better way to enjoy the last few weeks of summer than with live music in Central Park? The sun was shining, the air was crisp, and the SummerStage was host to Machine Gun Kelly, JXDN, and KennyHoopla.
‘Exile’ sees UK rock band The Raven Age package up reworked, new and live tracks into one wonderful collection. Read our review here.
Sleep Token is possibly one of the most unique bands that have come to our attention in years and, simply put, ‘This Place Will Become Your Tomb’ (Spinefarm Records) is an incredible album!
Alternative/indie-folk singer-songwriter Julien Baker, supporting of her latest release ‘Little Oblivions,’ played a packed House of Blues in Boston, MA on September 17, 2021, along with supporting acts Mini Trees and Thao.