Album Review: Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes “End of Suffering”

On May 3rd Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes released their third full-length album titled End of Suffering and the album has already peaked higher on the UK Charts than their last two albums. Frank Carter and The Rattlesnakes are playing shows and festivals all over Europe and America from May Continue Reading

Album Review – Cane Hill “Kill The Sun”

New Orleans metal band, Cane Hill, are releasing their third record Kill The Sun on January 18th! The band has become known for their nu-metal influenced sound over the last several years, performing at large metal festivals and touring with the likes of Sevendust, Bury Tomorrow, and DevilDriver. Kill The Continue Reading

Album Review: Fever 333 “Strength In Numb333rs”

Fever 333, the genre-defying band from Inglewood, CA, consisting of Jason Aalon Butler (ex-letlive.), Stephen Harrison (ex-The Chariot), and Aric Improta (Night Verses), will be releasing their debut album Strength in Numb333rs on January 18th. Combining musical influences from punk, hip hop, and thrash, they have been building momentum since their inception Continue Reading

Album Review: Memphis May Fire “Broken”

Memphis May Fire is getting ready to release their 6th studio album Broken,  On November 16, 2018. Ten years of making powerful music, their sound has only recently started to change. I will admit this is not my favorite album from the Dallas Natives. There are a couple of catchy tunes on Continue Reading

Album Review: Justin Courtney Pierre “In The Drink”

There aren’t many bands that have affected me quite like pop-punk Motion City Soundtrack. The staple Warped Tour band stood out by blending power pop with college rock influence and emo lyrics sung by the high but commanding voice of vocalist Justin Courtney Pierre. Their high energy performances were captivating Continue Reading

Album Review: Architects “Holy Hell”

‘Holy Hell’, is the eighth full studio album to be released on the 9th of November. With this date creeping up on us, the hype around the album is peaking. More significantly when the public were met with yet another single off the record, called, “Modern Misery”. The time spent Continue Reading

Album Review: Coheed and Cambria “The Unheavenly Creatures”

Words and Photos by Joanna Glezakos Progressive-rock heavyweights Coheed and Cambria released their 9th studio album, Vaxis – Act 1: The Unheavenly Creatures on Friday, October 5th. Their last album, The Color Before The Sun came out in 2015 but Unheavenly Creatures is their return to a concept album since Continue Reading

Album Review: Logic “YSIV”

Words by Lewis Roberts With a weekend full of new hip hop releases from some of the genre’s greatest such as Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter V” and Kanye West’s “YANDHI”, Logic made sure his fans did not leave empty handed, releasing his fourth studio album ‘Young Sinatra IV’ (YSIV). Logic’s Continue Reading

Album Review: twenty one pilots “Trench”

Words by Jess Williams Ohio based genre bending duo, twenty one pilots returned today after nearly a year and a half of radio silence. The duo released their fifth studio album Trench via Fueled By Ramen and have already gone #1 on the iTunes alternative charts. For starters, twenty one Continue Reading