‘Rooms With Walls And Windows’ is an album that demands your undivided attention.
A dark, post-apocalyptic, experimental Voltron has risen.
Mike Dillard returns to the drums as Dale Crover shifts to bass for a run of material fans will recognize from previous offerings.
Russian Circles return with their strongest offering yet, an evolutionary leap for the entirety of post-metal.
Brad Abraham weaves interconnected stories from an era before the digital age robbed us of the romance and mystery of music.
Helsinki’s post-apocalyptic sons deliver a stunning contender for best album of the year.
An evolutionary push finds Doomriders digging deeper into the darkness.
Pearl Jam returns with their strongest album in over a decade.
The bastard child of Black Sabbath and Black Flag has arrived.
Firmly rooted in hardcore, Concrete Cross’ relentless speed and rage gives new hope to the genre.
Evil metal cloaked in 80s darkness? We’re in.
After nine albums, Monster Magnet still bring the fire… but don’t have much left to say.
A return to form brings a confirmation of continued chemistry for the long-running outfit, despite a new drummer and changing musical landscape.
Zakk Wylde and his hellion brethren return with a rewarding live album of relatively stripped material.
Alex Turner and his merry band of Monkeys have made the best album of their careers.
Pop promises rubbed in the dirt of saccharine insanity. Party!
Trent Reznor applies a composer philosophy to a minimalistic new chapter in Nine Inch Nails.
The supposedly final send-off of recorded material from Ministry is a testament to perseverence through the hell the band has endured in recent years.
From the sticky ashes of Kyuss and then Kyuss Lives, comes Vista Chino.
Belgium’s hardcore oufit Oathbreaker come out swinging on their sophomore release.