It's not inventive. It merely establishes a post-punk platform for exploration.
Scar Symmetry's third album certainly deserves it's classic status amongst melodic death metal.
A classic metal album set in the most "metal" universe of all: Warhammer 40k.
A little harsh, wasn't it?
An artifact from the 80s that should have been kept there.
Kevin Thomas's acoustic rock debut is an interesting listen all the way through.
This exercise in jazz, funk, and soul has it's ups and downs.
A repetitive collection of flawed pop songs that are perfect for the dance floor.
Combining emotion with edge and country twang with rock style, this record is an undiscovered gem worth digging up.
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.
Pop-punk and 60's music, can it mix?
Matt Warren's newest house release brings mixed feelings.
This psychedelic quartet's fourth release creates a hazy headspace for itself.
A short post-rock release with an engaging atmosphere.
Encompassing numerous blues trademarks, 'Fast Fingers' stands out as a highlight from a classic blues era.
Delivering a roller coaster of high energy bangers over an expansive thematic landscape, this could very well be Travis Scott's magnum opus.
You almost don’t need to watch the movie to understand what’s happening on the soundtrack.
A gem that can not be put in a box.
13 years, 77 songs, and seven albums later, things to fall into place impressively.
Will he forever live in the mistakes of his teenage life?
Good, but not great attempt follow up to it's magical predecessor.
On 'Nasty', every song is worthy of a mosh pit and getting your neck stepped on is just part of the experience.
Judas Priest's newest album "blows away" expectations.
R&B storytelling set to a heavy beat.