We hit the House of Blues in Boston, MA and caught Thrice, supporting their Epitaph Records debut Palms, accompanied by LA punks The Bronx and shoegaze act Teenage Wrist.
Fountain Square Music Festival began with a bang on Friday evening – a tough act to follow for Saturday, but a task the lineup was sure to meet.
We got to welcome Paramore back to Boston over the weekend, after all these years, at the Boston Opera House.
Phoenix, Arizona’s favorite sons, Sacred Reich, ended their “30 Years of Ignorance” tour back home at Club Red in Mesa with tour mates, Yidhra.
This is an album that you should purchase if you like the following medley of genres: hardcore-metal-metalcore-jazz-fusion-rap-electronic-punk-melodic-core. That is not an exaggeration, nor is it an attempt to pigeonhole a band that so readily evades this.
In terms of sex metaphors, this is an album that shakes the bottle without popping the cork. What’s important to know is that this is kind of the point, and Mouth Of The Architect instead lets the listener get their kicks in other ways. Check inside for the full scoop.
Seeker deliver twenty five or so minutes that will leave you feeling like your ears have had somebody smash a screwdriver into them. Read our full review here…
I knew the Pearson-Mess combo was/is (in my opinion) the pinnacle of chaotic – yet melodic – perfection, but I had no idea how they would one-up an almost perfect album from 2015. Well, folks, I’m here to tell you they killed it, from start to finish.
Given the troubled times Sum 41 have been through in the past few years, it’s no surprise that 13 Voices is a dark, heart-wrenching listen at times. Read our review here…
On All Bright Electric Feeder have gone full circle from their debut album Polythene through to chart topping success with Echo Park and back again all without losing their identity.
On Revolution Radio Green Day steady their ship as the steer out of the troubled waters of their last few albums. Read our review here…
Rock superstars Alter Bridge cement their place in the upper echelons of the rock hierarchy with a masterclass of a display on their fifth album, The Last Hero.
Swedish industral metallers Rave the Reqviem will release their new LP, The Gospel of Nil, on October 07 via DWA. To celebrate, the band are now streaming the track “Azalea” online here.