Fifteen great records from the year that was 2006
2011 gems like ‘Wildlife,’ ‘Exmilitary,’ ‘Endgame,’ ‘Via,’ ‘Discoveries,’ & ...
As the overlooked yet stellar EP arrives on streaming services for the first time ever on Saturday, February 13th.
Perfect albums don’t exi-
Sometimes, an album comes along when you least expect it, but also when you need it the most.
Looking back at Counterparts’ first record, ‘Prophets,’ ten years after the fact.
Happy 20th birthday to one of the best pop-punk records of all time.
“War within a breath. It’s land or death.”
Despite being often shunned as the black sheep of their career, ‘Artwork’ remains The Used at their most distinguished.
American Football’s classic debut album recently turned 20, so let’s go back in time to a simpler era.
Guitarist Mansur Zennelli & former drummer Beau McKee reflect on Closure In Moscow’s stunning debut LP, ‘First Temple.’...
“And now the floodgates will open.”
A reflection on Dream Theater’s ‘Images and Words’.
A Day To Remember’s ‘Homesick’; ten years of holdin’ it down for the underground.
Ten years on from release, we revisit one of Architects’ most important records, 2009’s ‘Hollow Crown’.
Ten years on and I still love dearly ‘The ’59 Sound’.
A look back on La Dispute’s ‘Somewhere At the Bottom of the River Between Vega and Altair’ ten years on with its new re-is...
A retrospective on ‘Suicide Season’, the album where Bring Me The Horizon really grabbed the world’s attention.
Have Heart’s final record, ‘Songs To Scream At The Sun’, still stands the test of time.
Slipknot’s ‘All Hope Is Gone’ turned 10 this month, so we look back on this equally loved, hated & forgotten album.
Alkaline Trio’s sixth LP, 2008’s stellar ‘Agony & Irony’, has turned 10 so let’s dive back into this gem. ...
“This record was made for screaming loudly into the abyss, and not caring if anything screamed back.”
Opeth’s musical horizon is endless, but a look back will remind us that 15 years ago they produced a truly special moment in the hist...
We take a retrospective look back at Underoath’s seminal record, ‘Define The Great Line’.