Deathwish has a number of great new & recent records that we feel you should be keeping an eye out for.
The newest clip from Osaka Punch is as goofy as their latest tune, ‘Drones,’ is groovy. Which is to say, a hell of a lot.
A heavier, if quite shallow, return to Machine Head’s older sound on ‘Do Or Die,’ with questionable lyrics to match.
There can only be one Jinjer.
WildHeart hit hard with ‘Rising Tide,’ addressing the biases facing Indigenous communities.
Sydney’s RedHook give their own spin on Rage Against The Machine’s ‘Guerrilla Radio.’
Hashshashin take us over vast deserts & colossal valleys as we dive into their intricate, textured new LP, ‘Badakhshan.’
Despite being often shunned as the black sheep of their career, ‘Artwork’ remains The Used at their most distinguished.
Polyphia are teaming up with TheNeedleDrop’s Anthony Fantano for a new chariy compilation release.
Ranking all of Taking Back Sunday seven albums, from ‘Tell All Your Friends’ up to ‘Tidal Wave’.
‘Gods’ is Sleep Token at their heaviest.
Very weird flex here, fellas.
Strawberry Girls continue to be one of the finest & most colorful instrumental acts of late with ‘Moonwalker.’
Stray From The Path’s new jam is all about cutting the chit-chat and trying to take action to better the lives of others.
American Football’s classic debut album recently turned 20, so let’s go back in time to a simpler era.
Just watch as Loathe take over in 2019.
Headed up by Amity Affliction, their new festival hit Brissy with a big line-up, touting sets from Underoath, Crossfaith, Trophy Eyes, Make ...
From The Beatles right through to Reflections and Silent Planet, Above, Below pull from an array of artists.
Royal Coda’s ‘Numbing Agent’ is a great first taste of their new album, ‘Compassion.’
This might actually be one of the best Veil Of Maya songs to date.
Japan has some of the coolest new bands at the moment.
Thornhill’s debut record, ‘The Dark Pool,’ will arrive October 25th via UNFD.
Senses Fail take a trip back in time with this hot new redux of ‘Bastard Son.’
Voyager sprinkles even more synth & ’80s vibes into their prog-metal sound with ‘Colours.’