Rock

An album review on Wolves, the 8th full album from Chicago’s Rise Against.   Text Review: Long lasting hardcore and punk rock bands from the early 2000’s are becoming rare.  Over the past 18 years Rise Against have been giving their fierce view on politics and life while becoming more …

A review on The The Birthday Massacre’s seventh full album Under Your Spell.   Text Review: One band whom I consider on the underground and off the radio radar while still having an extremely strong following thanks to the internet is Canada’s The Birthday Massacre.  After their 2014 album Superstition …

A review on the sophomore album (and possible malware program) Shutdown.exe from 3Teeth.   Text Review: Nine Inch Nails, Ministry, these are names when you think of dark industrial rock.  Last year a band came on the scene with some bite in the industrial sound called 3 Teeth.  Their album …

A review of Seether’s heavier and more honest seventh album Poison The Parish.   Text Review: Seether is one of the bands who have stood the test of time while staying consistent to their sound over 15 years.  Poison The Parish, the band’s seventh full album already is destined to …

At The Drive-In returns after 17 years with Inter Alia.  Station = Operational   Text Review: Inter Alia is the first album from At The Drive-In since 2000.  It has been seventeen years since we have been able to say that we get to hear a NEW At The Drive-In …

A look at California’s Black Map and the sophomore album In Droves.   Text Review: 2017 is a time where rock consists of digital instruments and electronic midi effects layered under auto tuned vocals.  It’s a sign of the times for musicians now to jump on the electronic bandwagon in …

An album review looking at interstellar communicators Starset and their sophomore release Vessels.   Text Review: Back in 2014 we were given a debut album entitled Transmissions by a group of spacemen.  Now two and a half years later and a huge amount of radio play from the singles “My …

Switzerland’s Dreamshade give their energetic take on relationships in Vibrant.   Text Review: Everyone has had some type of relationship in their life that they will never forget.  Whether it’s with a family member, friend or lover, whether good or bad, everyone will always at the very least have one …

Highly Suspect surprise everyone by releasing their sophomore album The Boy Who Died Wolf less than a year and a half after their 2015 debut.  

Korn return with the intention of being heavier than the band has been in years with The Serenity Of Suffering.   Text Review: In October 1994 Korn released their debut self-titled album and 22 years later the band is still intact and going strong.  From Follow The Leader to finding …

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