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Sam Smith
Album review by
Will Robinson on 2014-06-21

This ain't love, it's clear to see.
Rush
Album review by
Brendan Schroer on 2014-06-20

Chapter XII: Pop Commands Prog Following the success of the solid Power Windows and its subsequent tour, Rush took a much-needed break so they could be with their loved ones and relax. However, after a mere few
Every Time I Die
Album review by
Jacob Royal on 2014-06-19

Oh Lord, I am saved!
Run River North
Album review by
SowingSeason on 2014-06-19

Rushing like a spirit from a wineskin bag...Out of dreams, into the sun.
Lana Del Rey
Album review by
Brendan Schroer on 2014-06-18

Oh it was gorgeousness and gorgeosity made flesh
The Antlers
Album review by
SowingSeason on 2014-06-17

Like a weightless, hate-less animal - beautifully oblivious
Hoth
Album review by
Thompson D. Gerhart on 2014-06-16

The tragedy of the fall is ushered in by the true keepers of the anti-prophecy.
Rush
Album review by
Brendan Schroer on 2014-06-16

Chapter XI: The Big Synths By the time Grace Under Pressure came out, it was clear to fans and critics that Rush were skilled in displaying their own takes on trending musical styles. Their first two albums saw
Wo Fat
Album review by
Raul Stanciu on 2014-06-16

Consolidating their position as one of the heaviest and coolest stoner acts.
Fire! Orchestra
Album review by
Greg Fisher on 2014-06-15

Rekindling the fire.
Linkin Park
Album review by
Irving Tan on 2014-06-15

Make no mistake – this is the record that Linkin Park know they should have made seven years ago.
Lone
Album review by
hyperi0n on 2014-06-13

More of the same.
Arch Enemy
Album review by
Brendan Schroer on 2014-06-11

All of modern melodic death metal's worst traits are wrapped up in a bitter package known as War Eternal, a fatal blow to Arch Enemy's already-dwindling reputation.
Kasabian
Album review by
Raul Stanciu on 2014-06-10

Gearing more for the huge summer festivals rather than assembling a proper record.
First Aid Kit
Album review by
Rudy K. on 2014-06-10

Nature's first green is gold.
Say Anything
Album review by
John weathered old reviewer Hanson on 2014-06-10

This is the tale of a bearded sloth who debases himself so they can get their rocks off!
MiXE1
Album review by
Magnus Altkula on 2014-06-08

For the air is full of life
Anathema
Album review by
Trey Spencer on 2014-06-06

Anathema are here because they're here and they're going to do what they know how to do.
Nirvana
Album review by
Brendan Schroer on 2014-06-04

One of rock's ultimate middle fingers.
Mayhem
Album review by
Voivod on 2014-06-03

Mayhem go through the motions, yet their craft remains unmatched.
Teebs
Album review by
Alex Robertson on 2014-06-03

In its own way, this album is everything we could have hoped for: freewheeling, easygoing, generous, and, of course, breathtakingly gorgeous.
Ought
Album review by
Greg Fisher on 2014-05-29

Ought perform a distinctly inspirational brand of post-punk on their standout debut.
Plaid
Album review by
hyperi0n on 2014-05-29

Plaid subdued.
Marty Friedman
Album review by
Thompson D. Gerhart on 2014-05-28

A versatile and varied modern metal forray from one of the genre's icons.
Greenleaf
Album review by
Raul Stanciu on 2014-05-28

Starting anew
Throwing Snow
Album review by
Will Robinson on 2014-05-27

What gorgeous chrome and silver can sound like
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