Sunday, November 18, 2018

The Melvins

The Melvins Houdini Live 2005: A Live History Of Gluttony And Lust Produced by Kurt Cobain, the Melvins’ 1993 major-label debut, Houdini, was mostly notable in that it...

Emily’s Army – Don’t Be A Dick

Emily's Army Don't Be A Dick   If there’s ever a band who needed to be prepared to catch major shit upon their proclamation to the punk world, it’s Emily’s...

We Are The In Crowd – Guaranteed To Disagree EP

We Are The In Crowd premiere their new EP, Guaranteed To Disagree, exclusively on Altpress. The EP, which drops June 8, also features guest vocals by Cartel's Will Pugh....

Bob Mould

Bob Mould District Line It’s interesting that six years after Bob Mould released his electronica-laden Modulate-which seemed to polarize fans with its first digitally-generated note-the marketing material promoting his...

Code Orange’s ‘Forever’ is unexpected at every turn

Code Orange Forever ROCKS LIKE: Converge, Knocked Loose, Deftones WHAT'S DIFFERENT: Imagine being invited to bear witness to a satanic ceremony. That’s what Forever sounds like, in the best way...

Zion I

Zion I The Takeover The genre-bending duo of DJ/producer AmpLive and MC Zumbi have been challenging the composition of hip-hop music for 10 years. Defying the conventional breakbeat, however,...

Sleep On It show off their songwriting chops on ‘Overexposed’

Sleep On It Overexposed Sleep On It cemented themselves as ones to watch with their Lost Along The Way EP last October. Just one year later, they’ve dropped their...

Gallows

Gallows Grey Britain For their major-label debut, British attitude-rockers Gallows let up on their snarling hardcore to give the proceedings some space to resonate. Sure, the tandem guitars of...

Streetlight Manifesto

Streetlight Manifesto Somewhere In The Between What’s confounding about Somewhere In The Between is how little Streetlight Manifesto have stylistically changed since Everything Goes Numb’s release in 2003. Their...

Never Young blur the lines among influences and genres on their self-titled EP

Never Young Never Young EP “Synthetic,” “digital” and “futurist” pop up among the adjectives in Never Young’s bio, but the Bay Area quartet’s secret weapon is a fuzzed-out analog...

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