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Album review by on 2017-11-14

What the hell is a Lower Canada Rebellion? Is it a sandwich?
Album review by on 2017-11-13

A surprise EP of two bonus tracks from The Assassination of Julius Caesar and a fascinating cover song. Despite the short length, it’s one of the strongest releases of the year.
Taylor Swift
Album review by Rudy K. on 2017-11-10

Here lies Taylor Swift's reputation.
Album review by on 2017-11-07

A retrospective for Untrue's tenth birthday (a little late)
Inconcessus Lux Lucis
Album review by on 2017-11-06

Rock out with your cock out.
The Used
Album review by on 2017-10-29

is it worth it, can you even hear me?
Album review by on 2017-10-27

Weezer return to where they've always been.
Circuit Des Yeux
Album review by on 2017-10-26

A different kind of voice
Album review by Tristan Jones on 2017-10-25

the nails and fevers of bad dreams.
Album review by on 2017-10-22

No longer the best kept secret in epic doom metal…
Nadia Reid
Album review by on 2017-10-21

What lies beneath the surface
Cairo Knife Fight
Album review by on 2017-10-21

Gritty rock with an industrial touch...
Wu-Tang Clan
Album review by on 2017-10-19

the wave burst, split the megahertz
Wolf Parade
Album review by Rudy K. on 2017-10-18

You can't go home again.
St. Vincent
Album review by on 2017-10-17

An audacious and unorthodox release even for Annie Clark, MASSEDUCTION marks St. Vincent's least consistent but most affecting album yet.
Bell Witch
Album review by on 2017-10-17

Bell Witch return from their immaculate “Four Phantoms” with an album whose stuffy portentousness belies some of the band’s most stunning moments.
Album review by on 2017-10-16

While it isn’t enough to restore Samael’s previous lofty position, Hegemony is definitely their best since Passage.
Album review by on 2017-10-15

Affirming they are one of the best and most consistent Australian punk rock bands…
Album review by on 2017-10-14

“Now I’m far from the world in your seventh heaven.”
Battle Dagorath
Album review by on 2017-10-12

The best Paysage d'Hiver that's not actually Paysage d'Hiver.
Blut Aus Nord
Album review by on 2017-10-09

Blut Aus Nord create the darkest and most hallucinatory album of the year; a fever-dream of experimental black metal imbued with dozens of influences that traps the band within their own aspirations.
Carbon Based Lifeforms
Album review by on 2017-10-09

Picking up where they left off back in 2010...
Sutekh Hexen / Hissing
Album review by Tristan Jones on 2017-10-07

Shade of a shadow in the glass
Manchester Orchestra
Album review by on 2017-10-04

A black mile indeed.
Album review by on 2017-10-03

“Decreation” is everything you want and everything you’d expect
Album review by on 2017-10-02

Fuzz worship galore...

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