Sunday, September 22, 2019
blink-182 nine

blink-182 made ‘NINE’ a pop-punk record for the next generation—review

In 2011, blink-182 bassist-turned-superdad Mark Hoppus joined a panel of punk pillars in the cast of The Other F Word. The documentary showcased the lives of rock...
sleep on it pride and disaster album

Sleep On It turn pain into art with ‘Pride & Disaster’—review

There are many who believe pop punk has been played out. Nowadays, there seems to be an expectation to push the genre where it’s never been while...

Starset deliver a metallic sci-fi experience on “Divisions”

“Manifest,” the first real song (after the spoken-word piece “A Brief History Of The Future”) on sci-fi modern-rock outfit Starset’s new album, is both a call to...
korn the nothing

Korn still feel the old pain on ‘The Nothing’—review

It’s a condition, not a phase. Kilted, bearded and occasionally bagpiping, Jonathan Davis has now spent a full 26 years as frontman of Korn, using a monster-shaped,...
melanie martinez k-12 album cover

Melanie Martinez returns to ‘K-12’ for an even grander life lesson—review

Melanie Martinez had some big expectations to fill off the release of her 2015 debut, Cry Baby. The alt-pop songstress constructed a whole world around the titular...
sleeping with sirens how it feels to be lost album cover

Sleeping With Sirens find hope, resilience and a future on new album—review

Let’s be honest: Did anybody really expect Sleeping With Sirens to last for two album cycles, let alone 10 years? This is the band who famously got...
TOOL fear inoculum

Tool prove ‘Fear Inoculum’ is well worth the 13-year wait—review

There’s a great quote from Adam Jones in AP’s first cover story with Tool, dating back from 1997. “The bottom line is that we’re pretty selfish,” the...

Asking Alexandria make drastic changes with their self-titled album

Asking Alexandria Asking Alexandria The past few years have been rocky to say the least for Asking Alexandria and their controversial vocalist, Danny Worsnop.The combination of inner-band turmoil, public...

Story Of The Year returns with a hit with ‘Wolves’

Story Of The Year Wolves After seven years of inactivity, coming out with an album is a total make-or-break move. Thankfully, Story Of The Year’s return release, Wolves, is...

Godflesh’s influences are wider than ever on ‘Post Self’

Godflesh Post Self People have been using the term “post-punk” to describe the latest offering from legendary industrial/metal/noise outfit Godflesh. While Post Self isn’t as dramatic a sonic change...

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