Sunday, August 25, 2019

All Time Low – MTV Unplugged

All Time Low MTV Unplugged EP Going "unplugged" with the help of MTV has been a rite of passage for artists since 1989. It's been a way for established...

Houston Calls

Houston Calls The End Of An Error Houston Calls place the bait directly in the trap with a weak example of modern-era emo/power-pop on their second full-length, The End...

Haste The Day

Haste The Day Dreamer If a band fire their guitarist for not being a Christian, how long will it take them to start imposing a religious test on audience...

Kaiser Chiefs

Kaiser Chiefs Off With Their Heads Kaiser Chiefs’ last album, Yours Truly, Angry Mob, was 2007’s biggest-selling U.K. rock release. This time, the band aren’t taking any chances, recruiting...

With Dead Hands Rising

With Dead Hands Rising Expect Hell With Dead Hands Rising’s melodic-death riffs-in conjunction with singer Burke VanRaalte’s vowel-intensive surname-suggest Swedish origins. Instead, the group’s members hail from Minneapolis where...

Polysics

Polysics We Ate The Machine Polysics’ synth-driven punk sticks out from the MySpace label roster like an autopsy photo shoved into a random issue of Nickelodeon magazine. The long-running...

The Girls

The Girls Yes No Yes No Yes No Quirky, new-wave Seattleites the Girls kick off their exciting second LP, Yes No Yes No Yes No, with two raucous electro-punk...

New Order

New Order Waiting For The Sirens’ Call New Order’s history is filled with mournful iciness, sublime electro-disco, seminal Britpop-and episodes of portly overblown grandeur....

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...

Paramore – Riot!

Paramore Riot! Glancing over Fueled By Ramen’s lineup card, it’s easy to see there’s a lot riding on Riot!, the sophomore offering from Tennessee-based pop-rockers Paramore. The band haven’t...