|Sangre de Muerdago|
Sangre de Muerdago's latest opus sees them ascend to unprecedented heights as a more progressive and thoughtful band.
|Emma Ruth Rundle and Thou|
May Our Chambers Be Full
For the long winter.
The Great Dismal
An unexpected shoegaze masterpiece
Damn fine folk album
Visions of Bodies Being Burned
You all paid to watch, let's start the show.
has anyone seen the duolingo owl recently? i have a proposition
the deepest breath you never noticed taking
Hybrid Theory (20th Anniversary Edition)
Graffiti decorations underneath a sky of dust.
|Crippled Black Phoenix|
Yesterday's gone, tomorrow may never come, so let's rejoice today with this hell of an album.
May You Be Held
“I don't like wearing clothes for the most part, it gets very sweaty, there's a lot of spit...”
Deftones paint a beautifully abrasive canvas of sound that fits perfectly into their consistent catalogue.
We’re not a fucking punk band
Phanerozoic II: Mesozoic | Cenozoic
Phanerozoic II: Mesozoic | Cenozoic is an album that reveals itself the more you listen.
Sunny folk-rock that represents a more lighthearted - but equally beautiful - departure for one of the most influential acts of the past decade.
We Are Chaos
Are you alright? 'Cause I'm not okay.
The All Is One
One of their most rewarding and encompassing efforts…
Shape and Destroy
Dirt emo, a new life, and a reason to sing "Hallelujah Anyway".
|The Front Bottoms|
In Sickness and In Flames
Babbling their way through 2020, along with the rest of us
Down in the Weeds, Where the World Once Was
I felt lost and found with every step I took.
Uinuos Syomein Sota
Havukruunu's most ambitious and most epic output yet. A massive riff-fest.
Microphones in 2020
I was already who I am
Alphaville is a lavish tour of our own future, detailing the most decadent opulence and juxtaposing against the vile poverty that it wishes to ignore.
A woman that has not run out of fearless shifts
|The Lawrence Arms|
Very average, with some charm.