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Panabrite
Album review by Matt P. on 2015-02-02

Meditative ambient exotica
Sepiroth
Album review by Voivod on 2015-01-31

Badass old school death metal, wrapped around a war-themed lyrical concept.
Butch Walker
Album review by Jom on 2015-01-30

Take what scares you the most and turn it into something real.
The Dodos
Album review by Rudy K. on 2015-01-30

Reignite the light.
Angelus Apatrida
Album review by Voivod on 2015-01-27

The Spanish thrashers refine the straightforward approach of the previous album in the light of their past (and more mind provoking) works.
Periphery
Album review by Thompson D. Gerhart on 2015-01-24

A melodic refocus results in Periphery's best album to date.
The Decemberists
Album review by SowingSeason on 2015-01-24

Not so starry-eyed anymore, but still damn near perfect.
Belle and Sebastian
Album review by Rudy K. on 2015-01-20

The Be Here Now of twee.
Enter Shikari
Album review by Dan H. on 2015-01-19

No sssongs starting with the same 3 letters? Must be a sign of maturity.
Viet Cong
Album review by Jonny Hunter on 2015-01-18

Kicking off 2015 with a century of influences and a fair bit of death.
Marilyn Manson
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2015-01-17

The blues got a hold on him.
Robin Bacior
Album review by SowingSeason on 2015-01-16

“if I lost you I'd be loose, like crying strings…like how a river moves.”
Mark Ronson
Album review by Rudy K. on 2015-01-14

Hot damn.
Veni Domine
Album review by Voivod on 2015-01-07

Lay down, lay low.
Guster
Album review by SowingSeason on 2015-01-07

An album that noticeably tries too hard.
Rae Sremmurd
Album review by Will Robinson on 2015-01-06

Mike WiLL Made-it’s triumphant return.
Ascension
Album review by Elijah Andrew on 2014-12-30

If you only listen to 100 crushing albums with killer riffs this year, make this your 101st.
Lie in Ruins
Album review by Elijah Andrew on 2014-12-24

This year didn't deserve an album like Towards Divine Death. No, this year was all about riff idolatry and overt heaviness. Offerings like Promulgation of the Fall and Morbid Dimensions attracted s
Laster
Album review by Elijah Andrew on 2014-12-24

Laster quietly and stealthily snuck into 2014, giving metal fans everything they want and more. Hailing from the Netherlands, the atmospheric black metal group proclaims to write "occult dance music" full of e
Stonebride
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2014-12-23

Your holiday stoner fix.
Motorpsycho
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2014-12-18

A lovely gift for the fans
Nicki Minaj
Album review by Will Robinson on 2014-12-18

Queen Nicki dominant?
Charli XCX
Album review by Rudy K. on 2014-12-17

Fuck a dream I want it for real.
Rare Monk
Album review by Dan H. on 2014-12-15

At first glance, experimental indie music may seem like an ill conceived idea. The main objective for many indie bands today is to craft the perfect hook which wins them extensive airtime, and it’s difficult to blame t
Jakob Skott
Album review by Raul Stanciu on 2014-12-12

Insert coin to begin
Damascus
Album review by Thompson D. Gerhart on 2014-11-24

Vivid, emotional, and evocative. Damascus once again prove they deserve recognition at the top of the post-rock realm.
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