Tuesday, November 20, 2018

A Great Big Pile Of Leaves – You’re Always On My Mind

A Great Big Pile Of Leaves You're Always On My Mind For You’re Always On My Mind, A Great Big Pile Of Leaves teamed up with Ed Ackerson, marking...

Relient K – Collapsible Lung

Relient K Collapsible Lung Maybe we should’ve expected this. Relient K’s last album, 2009’s Forget And Not Slow Down, was a brilliantly brutal breakup record penned by Matt Thiessen that...

FACT – Burundanga

FACT Burundanga Listening to Japanese six-piece FACT is always an intense experience. This latest record is no exception—Burundanga's 13 tracks whiz through a smorgasbord of musical genres, from mathcore...

The Mowgli’s – Waiting For The Dawn

The Mowgli's Waiting For The Dawn The debut album from the Mowgli’s (misplaced apostrophe all theirs) sounds tailor-made for warm summer days. Look no further than lead single “San...

I Is Another – I Is Another EP

I Is Another I Is Another EP Fans of Jonah Matranga and Ian Love’s previous work will immediately latch onto the debut EP by I Is Another. The combination...

Xerxes – Would You Understand? EP

Xerxes Would You Understand? EP Xerxes' Would You Understand? EP offers two compositions to follow up last year's scrappy full-length, Our Home Is A Deathbed, and the band's evolution...

The Story So Far/Stick To Your Guns – Split EP

The Story So Far/Stick To Your Guns Split EP You get quite the sonic Captain’s Sampler platter within the space of just four tracks on the new split EP...

Into The Flood – Vices

Into The Flood Vices Blunt-force trauma is the only language spoken in Into The Flood’s world. With the exception of the brief instrumental title track, which kicks the record...

The Saddest Landscape – Exit Wounded EP

The Saddest Landscape Exit Wounded EP In the world of The Saddest Landscape, there doesn’t seem to be much difference between an album and an EP. The Boston-based progressive...

Boysetsfire – While A Nation Sleeps…

Boysetsfire While A Nation Sleeps... After a breakup lasting from 2007 to 2010, Boysetsfire are back with a new album, their first in nearly seven years, and it doesn’t...

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