Album review by on 2016-07-30
A big middle finger for anyone who cares to look.
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2016-07-30
Doom/drone/dark ambient for your blackened soul...
Album review by Will Robinson on 2016-07-25
Hypnotic and cavernous, PRINCESS is everything right with RnB in 2016.
Album review by Voivod on 2016-07-24
Much more than just a promising start.
Album review by Rudy K. on 2016-07-22
Album review by Ben Kuettel on 2016-07-22
Periphery III: Now even more overstuffed with ideas!
|Wreck and Reference|
Album review by Tristan Jones on 2016-07-22
🌊🌊🌊 A trough of disappointment.
Album review by Thompson D. Gerhart on 2016-07-21
Periphery III: This Time It's The Same As Last Time
Album review by Tristan Jones on 2016-07-20
Hella important D.C. punk
Album review by on 2016-07-20
Defeated Sanity's Split with themselves is much more than a looking glass into a world of 'what if' scenarios.
Album review by on 2016-07-19
A worthy successor to Melancholie² in just about every way
Album review by Tristan Jones on 2016-07-14
Globetrotting jazz fusion
Album review by Thompson D. Gerhart on 2016-07-13
Progressive metal at another level.
Album review by Tristan Jones on 2016-07-09
The experimental Italian composer continues with his mercurial, mind-expanding compositions.
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2016-07-09
By catering to their fans' wishes, Chevelle have released their heaviest album...
|Hippies Wearing Muzzles|
Album review by Tristan Jones on 2016-07-06
Album review by on 2016-07-01
For those who missed The Ataris of the '90s, now's your chance
Album review by Rudy K. on 2016-06-30
Just trying to put a hand to where we are.
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2016-06-28
The hard rock/stoner act is back on track after 6 years of silence...
Album review by Ben Kuettel on 2016-06-28
Sun goes down behind landscape seeming/alien in its nightmare evening.
Album review by Jonny Hunter on 2016-06-27
don't bother, they're here
|Cradle of Filth|
Album review by Trey Spencer on 2016-06-27
Welcome to the black metal, guitar driven version of Dusk and Her Embrace.
Album review by Trey Spencer on 2016-06-26
Blending the best parts of Parallels and Darkness in a Different Light, Theories of Flight sets a new standard for the modern Fates Warning sound.
Album review by Tristan Jones on 2016-06-26
Album review by on 2016-06-25
If you're over the age of 40, I'm not sure you should listen to this record.
Album review by Thompson D. Gerhart on 2016-06-24
Still in the midst of an identity crisis.