It’s refreshing to hear bands like Battlecross and now Legacy Of Disorder putting out metal albums with absolutely no gimmicks. They’re the kinds of albums that are pure thrash and all about the metal. On their latest, Last Man Standing
Love This Giant never quite reaches the potential suggested by such a powerful collaboration.
In the realm of swaying, stomping, harmonic pop-folk, The Avett Brothers stand only in the shadow of Mumford & Sons, a recent success story that, perhaps not-coincidentally, the long-running North Carolina brother-band is starting
Folds. Sledge. Jessee. Together again, doin' what they do and doin' it well.
Alanis Morissette is back with "Havoc and Bright Lights", her first release since 2008's "So-Called Chaos". Popblerd has the review!
After tackling Radiohead, Pink Floyd, and Beatles records, Easy Star All-Stars give the King of Pop the reggae royalty treatment with Easy Star's Thrillah. Read our review!
September brings more great new metal records from the likes of Ufomammut and Winterfylleth.
Hyro Da Hero is someone you need to pay attention to in 2012. Check out what we think about this rap/rock hybrid in our latest Spin Cycle column.
Sore neck? Sorry, but the headbanging never stops!
Four new releases in September to headbang to.
After listening to The Dark Tower-inspired Vexations by Chapel Hill, North Carolina’s I Was Totally Destroying It , I really wished I had read the Stephen King novels so I could enjoy this album even more than I already do. Don’t worry,