Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Tag: album review

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...

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...

Quicksand’s ‘Interiors’ channels inherent optimism, 22 years later

Quicksand Interiors The last time Quicksand released a formal LP, Bill Clinton was in office. 1995’s Manic Compression lead off with a bashing track called “Backward”...

Speak The Truth debut album taps into the sounds of the early 2000s

Speak The Truth... Even If Your Voice Shakes Everyone You Love Will Slip Away From You Happily, this album is pretty much exactly what you’d expect...

Converge maintain their status as leaders with ‘The Dusk In Us’

Converge The Dusk In Us Right from the start, the very title of Converge's ninth album portends something ominous. The Dusk In Us conveys a sense...

Weezer take a more experimental approach on ‘Pacific Daydream’

Weezer Pacific Daydream When placed beside last year’s White Album, Weezer’s 11th studio album is both a continuation and a departure. The 2016 version of the...

Heavy Hearts’ ‘On A Chain’ is a hard-hitting follow-up to their 2016 full-length

Heavy Hearts On A Chain ROCKS LIKE: Brand New, Balance And Composure, Citizen WHAT’S DIFFERENT: Niagara on the Lake, Ontario, four-piece Heavy Hearts’ new EP is a...

Julien Baker proves she’s had enough pain for several lifetimes on new album

Julien Baker Turn Out The Lights ROCKS LIKE: Elliot Smith, Keaton Henson, Explosions In The Sky  WHAT'S DIFFERENT: Julien Baker’s second solo effort is as devastating as...

‘The Canyon’ is the Used’s most soul-wrenching effort to date

The Used The Canyon "An album that punches you in the gut with feeling."  There’s a reason The Canyon opens up with Used frontman Bert McCracken’s voice...

Jake Ewald reaches maturity on his second solo record

Slaughter Beach, Dog Birdie ROCKS LIKE: The Weakerthans, Modern Baseball, Pinegrove WHAT'S DIFFERENT: Like the band that built him, Modern Baseball co-frontman Jake Ewald treats each record...

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