This short album is a wild ride, full of highs and lows.
This Pacific Northwest release delivers in a new and unique way.
This strong rock album features a cornucopia of influences.
Can three vocalists make or break an album? The Three Tremors seek to answer this question.
Scar Symmetry's third album certainly deserves it's classic status amongst melodic death metal.
Sabaton reveals their 9th album, detailing the First World War.
A classic metal album set in the most "metal" universe of all: Warhammer 40k.
A question who's answer, depending on who you ask, is as varied as electronic music itself.
Kevin Thomas's acoustic rock debut is an interesting listen all the way through.
This acoustic track is musically sound, but doesn't quite emotionally hit.
This exercise in jazz, funk, and soul has it's ups and downs.
From pirates to Sesame Street, metal is no stranger to gimmicks.
This 60's and 70's inspired EP brings back the sound of the past.
LUC's debut weaves fuzzy garage rock, vintage electronics, and pop sensibilities into one package.
Scandinavian folk and Trap combine old and new in a bold single.
Pop-punk and 60's music, can it mix?
Galapaghost's track is like a wisp of smoke, here and gone in a second.
Matt Warren's newest house release brings mixed feelings.
This psychedelic quartet's fourth release creates a hazy headspace for itself.
One of the Three Tremor's members speaks up about the project.
A short post-rock release with an engaging atmosphere.
When metal riffs and synthesizers collide.
Samples, distortion and metallic percussion define an overlooked genre.
A brief explanation of the "metal or not" argument.
Kevin Ashley debuts a new column for CMN.