Quick, someone grab the hammer… No, not that hammer, I mean the earhammer. It’s because we’re about to get…
Whether you have the time for it or not, you could learn how to study time with Cities of Mars’ latest Ripple Music release, The Horologist.
“We’re going back to speed rock with this, that’s the plan” exclaims Against The Grain drummer, Rob Nowak, about their fourth LP, Cheated Death, in 2017.
Witchcryer’s debut record, Cry Witch, brings you doom just how you like it – laced with riffs, riffs, and more riffs.
Prologue may only feature four tracks, but like the seas, this is a record that proves dangerous, powerful and calm.
Serious business for the bunch known as Moonbow, as their latest War Bear comes at you for both the good times and the summertime blues.
Been about four years, but Isolator should give Hamden’s hard rocking soulful crew Curse The Son all the juice they need to conquer the road.
I don’t get it. There is a tonne of hype out there regarding Mothership and after giving High Strangeness its fair share of spins, I don’t see what the hoopla is about.
While these days you can’t throw a rock without hitting a 70’s fuzz band, Kingnomad has stuck its nose out ahead of the race.
Kingnomad are now streaming their new track “Nameless Cult,” taken from their upcoming Ripple Music release, Mapping The Inner Void.
Lafayette, Louisiana’s White Light Cemetery are now streaming the single “Quit Work, Make Music” off their forthcoming album, Careful What You Wish For.
Point is, only a band, either by a combination of existence and relentless touring, can get to a stage of just owning whatever it is that they do; which these guys have clearly done.
Everything is dead – rap, rock, punk, art. You name it, it’s dead. At least that’s what everyone seems to be saying. But then along comes a band that intends to challenge this notion. Is Devil To Pay such a band? Or is it frail imitation?