ALBUM REVIEW: Asking Alexandria’s “Like a House on Fire” brings forth further change from their namesake

The name of an artist carries a lot of weight behind it. For some, the moniker that the members create hold a lot of pride in its meaning. For others, the releases that appear to be made for commercial purposes only seems to bring their titles a certain tastelessness when Continue Reading

Dance Gavin Dance continue to impress with “Afterburner”

Dance Gavin Dance is a band that just consistently gets better and better each release at it again with their ninth album titled Afterburner; they continue to impress. Blending all sorts of different sounds from rock to pop to funk to Latin, these guys aren’t ones force themselves into one Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: “Revenge. Forgiveness. Recovery.” by Kingsmen offers a strong debut effort to modern metalcore’s trending popularity

In the wake of COVID-19, the entertainment (specifically the music) industry has been torn to shreds. Countless announcements of tours and shows being postponed crippled the local music communities, and with no sight to the end, bands and artists are now finding it harder than ever to find ways to Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: WVRM’s “Colony Collapse” brings a powerful message in the midst of chaos

I have visited Greenville, South Carolina twice now (as my best friend and podcast co-host resides there) and have seen only a glimpse of what the city has to offer. While the area seems to be booming in popularity and growing in overall appeal to the average citizen, one thing Continue Reading

The Unlikely Candidates// Castle Comer// Cheyenne, WY 3.13.2020

Life looks different on March 13th than it did on March 12th. The morning comes, just as it did the day before, but today in the USA, it’s different. COVID-19. This little word with such a devastating meaning, has officially invaded our country and brought it to it’s knees. Shows Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: Silverstein’s “A Beautiful Place to Drown” revitalizes post-hardcore with some new elements

Silverstein is a band that defines the word “consistency.” Over two decades, the Ontario quintet has managed to put out several albums that hallmarked a signature emo rock/post-hardcore blend while incorporating either musical trends that were popular at the time or entirely unorthodox influences that inspired other bands to follow Continue Reading

ALBUM REVIEW: “Everyone Loves You… Once You Leave Them” by The Amity Affliction is a return to form, albeit an unconventional one

A return to form is something that few bands actually deliver on when they say that they are returning to previous material. We luckily got to see it with bands such as We Came as Romans with Cold Like War, Like Moths to Flames with their most recent EP Where Continue Reading

Beach Bunny Release Debut Album “Honeymoon”

Chicago’s indie act Beach Bunny release their debut album Honeymoon, fitting for lovers of “heart-on-your-sleeve” music. Honeymoon is an album full of honesty and innocence, that combines in a way that makes the music tunefully exuberant. Lead singer, Lily Trifilio writes music overcoming self-doubt, that at face-value can seem archetypal, Continue Reading