Obey or disobey, do whatever you want, I ain’t your dad.
New Dying Wish is very angry and topical right now.
The rules of engagement change with The Gloom In The Corner’s new single, ‘Warfare.’
Reviews of the latest from Illyria, Bloom, Diamond Construct, Death Bells, Speed, Inhibitor, The Motion Below, & more.
New Deftones is here!
‘Listen To Someone’ is woven with care around heavy themes of mental health, addressing how we start these difficult conversatio...
Showing just how far the U.K. death metal band have come over the last five years.
2020, made more bearable thanks to Loathe, Phoebe Bridgers, Dance Gavin Dance, Shady Nasty, Code Orange, Enter Shikari, & more.
Chamber’s ‘In Cleansing Fire’ deals with long-standing, inter-generational issues that still impact the larger world today...
Alpha Wolf’s latest tune, ‘Bleed 4 You,’ is a story about meeting the exact right person at the exact wrong time.
Northlane’s ‘Live At The Roundhouse’ is a well-presented, well-oiled 14-song beast.
Let Gojira take you away with ‘Another World.’
With recent single, ‘Endarkenment,’ Anaal Nathrakh pose the inverse to the age of Enlightenment.
A new era of Advocates begins with ‘Dreamstate,’ with a new face at the helm.
A ghost of Crystal Lake’s past is brought back to life with a healthy new re-recording of ‘Into The Great Beyond.’
Well yes, but actually no.
Rejoice! A new Touché Amoré album is coming in 2020 – ‘Lament.’
An excellent re-recording of a deep Fall Of Troy cut from before they were even called The Fall Of Troy.
Acoustic versions, new remixes, old demos and fresh re-recordings on this new Vein compilation.
Let’s talk about Crystal Lake’s two newest songs, ‘Watch Me Burn’ & ‘Disobey.’
Movements reveal their second album with a powerful and moving single, ‘Don’t Give Up Your Ghost.’
Many punk bands align themselves with progressive politics, but if it’s not reflected in the music, then what’s the point?
It was bound to happen sooner or later. Just in time before new material drops.
Alpha Wolf have a big chip on their shoulders as they wear their cold heart on their sleeve with ‘Creep.’