Saturday, September 26, 2020

Tag: album review

I The Mighty shows off pop sensibilities on ‘Connector’ (Review)

I The Mighty Connector Continuing the tried and true works well enough on I The Mighty's second full-length, Connector, but the moments that shine brightest occur when...

‘American Spring’ proves Anti-Flag are still potent activists (Review)

Anti-Flag American Spring For almost 25 years, Pittsburgh’s Anti-Flag have been holding a mirror up to the world’s ills and injustices with their ferocious, socially conscious...

Haste The Day battle through lack of cohesion for impressive return on ‘Coward’ (review)

Haste The Day Coward Much like their former labelmates Underoath and Norma Jean, Christian metalcore merchants Haste The Day have gone through their fair share of lineup changes. After...

Diamond Youth open up the melodic floodgates on ‘Nothing Matters’ (Review)

Diamond Youth Nothing Matters Diamond Youth have been teasing us for years by only releasing EPs, but the wait only gave the band time to perfect...

The Story So Far’s self-titled LP takes heartbreak to fierce heights (Review)

The Story So Far The Story So Far A new band naming its first album after itself is a sensible move. It’s a statement of purpose: the purest...

Silverstein’s concept album ‘I Am Alive In Everything I Touch’ is some of their...

Silverstein I Am Alive In Everything I Touch Making their Rise Records debut with their seventh full-length, Silverstein are showing their labelmates this isn’t their first rodeo. I...

twenty one pilots ramped up everything on ‘Blurryface’ (Review)

twenty one pilots Blurryface For the follow-up to 2013’s Vessel, multi-directional pop princes twenty one pilots ramped up everything, from new influences to the number of producers...

Uninspired tracks bog down Twinsmith’s ‘Alligator Years’ (Review)

Twinsmith Alligator Years Twinsmith are probably the most Brooklyn-sounding indie-pop band to not actually come from Brooklyn. This Nebraska-based four piece deliver a solid album’s worth...

Prurient’s ‘Frozen Niagara Falls’ is his most high-profile work (review)

Prurient Frozen Niagara Falls This is Dominick Fernow’s most high-profile release in his long career recording under the name Prurient, and it’s akin to an epic compilation...

Django Django tend to cram too much into their songs on ‘Born Under Saturn’...

Django Django Born Under Saturn Nearly every song on Django Django’s sophomore release, Born Under Saturn, has a moment that will turn heads, some in ways...