Monday, November 11, 2019

Spitalfield

Spitalfield Stop Doing Bad Things The road can do strange things to a band. Take Spitalfield: After the release of 2003’s one-sided emo-pop disc Remember Right Now, this...

Bury Your Dead

Bury Your Dead Bury Your Dead The title of Bury Your Dead’s 2006 album, Beauty And The Breakdown, concisely summarized that record’s aesthetic--hold the beauty. The Boston-based band’s staggered...

Hopesfall

Hopesfall Magnetic North Having grown from high-ceilinged hardcore heartthrobs to borderline grunge revivalists over the course of just two albums, Hopesfall advance their evolution again on Magnetic North....
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...

Counterparts immediately captivate with ‘You’re Not You Anymore’

Counterparts You're Not You Anymore There are some great records that require a few listens to fully appreciate. You’re Not You Anymore is not one of them. Like love...

Rancid are the only punk band, period.

Rancid Trouble Maker Rancid? Oh, them. The grumpy punk bastards who can’t be bothered to go on tour to support a record, do press for it or get in...

HalfNoise’s Zac Farro comes into his own with groovy new EP

HalfNoise The Velvet Face EP If you’re looking for a throwback that feels fresh, then HalfNoise have you covered with their latest EP full of groovy vibes you’d expect...

Nine Inch Nails are cool AF and ugly as hell

Nine Inch Nails Not The Actual Events Author William S. Burroughs once posited that, “A paranoid is someone who knows a little of what's going on.” Nine Inch Nails...

Good Charlotte’s ‘Youth Authority’ recalls nearly every era of band’s existence

Good Charlotte Youth Authority Good Charlotte’s past colors their present in a big way on Youth Authority. The sixth album from the Maryland-turned-Californian pop punks (their first since going...

DIIV’s ‘Is The Is Are’ is an ’80s goth-punk fever dream

DIIV Is The Is Are Let it never be said that Zachary Cole Smith lacks ambition: Is The Is Are, his sophomore effort under the moniker DIIV, is a...

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