Shrines of Paralysis
Ulcerate deliver another masterpiece as if it's second nature.
The Serenity of Suffering
Korns latest release is their heaviest since TALITM, most guitar driven since Untouchables, along with some extra added elements to keep the band rolling in a good direction.
|The Dillinger Escape Plan|
Pure, bleak, beautiful, and then nothing.
Goodbye We Cool? World
This is the way, step inside.
Remember Us To Life
you will always start to cry
Kodama delivers on all accounts, existing as one of Alcest's most emotionally powerful albums to date.
Here I go, deep tight flow.
|Taking Back Sunday|
There’s always a way back from your regrets.
|Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds|
A sure contender for the best of 2016 but also one of the most telling portrayals of grief that has ever been recorded
I don't know why it's taken me so long to breathe something new into my life
The second, and infinitely better version.
|Thank You Scientist|
Stranger Heads Prevail
It doesn’t get much better than this.
A worthy successor to Melancholie² in just about every way
Every moment we're together makes me hope it lasts forever
Teach yourself about your brother, 'Cause there's no one else but you.
What melodic death metal strives to be
Just trying to put a hand to where we are.
I don't know what I want, what I want's where I've been.
To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere
There's nowhere I would rather be than here.
You whisper to a restless ear, can you get me out of here?
you're a princess to the public but a freak when it's time
Is Pleiades' Dust just 33-minutes of Colored Sands condensed into one song? Yeah, it basically is. Is that in its own right a wonderful thing? Absolutely.