Like a kid on Christmas morning, I begin ripping open my oversized, War and Peace-like package that only identifies…
I must confess right from the outset, I have never really been a fan of the progressive rock genre.…
2020 is proving to be a big year for Silverstein. Not only are they currently celebrating their 20th year…
Released via High Roller Records on February 28th, Slaves Of Time is Stallion’s finest album thus far, and one of the strongest retro metal records heard in recent times.
Cathartic and beautifully pastoral, Bloem—set for release via Eisenwald—is the excellent third album from Dutch black metal group Fluisteraars.
We caught Texas post-rock instrumentalists This Will Destroy You in Seattle, WA with openers Amulets at Neumos for a smooth set full of massive and entertaining soundscapes.
An album that satisfies the needs of black, death and progressive audiences, with a clear and intellectual concept that is somehow still a joy to listen to? Dark Fortress prove their worth to Century Media as they tick all these boxes on Spectres From The Old World.
Out February 1st via Heavy Psych Sounds, Fuck It is classic Mondo Generator with all the proverbial bells and whistles, and then some.
As evidenced by House Of Thieves, the latest EP by The Outlines, in the same vein as contemporaries like Fizzy Blood, this UK trio is maintaining a level of output that demonstrates they’re poised to continue blowing away venues across the UK, and abroad.
Californian black-metaller turned folk star, Avi Kaplan drops his infectious and affectionate new EP, I’ll Get By, February 28th via Fantasy Records.
Folk-rock/alternative acts Magic Giant and American Authors brought their “Band of Brothers Roadshow” to Seattle, WA last week with Public for a fun night full of combined performances at the historic Showbox.
Nashville’s country-rockers, The Cadillac Three deliver their familiar brand of down-home, backwoods rock n’ roll with their newest album, Country Fuzz, which dropped February 7th via Big Machine Records.