It’s been just about a whole year since the Fearless Records? latest installment in the Punk Goes Pop series and arriving just in time to fill your stockings and sit under your tree, Punk Goes? Christmas is here!
If the words covers EP, Swedish doom-metal and Dave Grohl have ever been used in the same sentence prior to the release of If You Have Ghost we can’t possibly imagine what for, so unfathomable is the concept. Funnily enough, there is no better fitting description for Ghost.
Creating a double album is no easy task for any band, in fact they rarely work out well. But Five Finger Death Punch made the bold move with the release of their latest offerings. A mere 4 months ago they unleashed The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell Volume 1 and now they are back with Volume 2.
Bad Religion are getting into the festive spirit with their latest album, Christmas Songs, but does the novelty of a punk band covering festive tunes wear off sharply?
Solo star Jay McAllister – or how most of you will know him, Beans On Toast – has been in and around the folk music since 2005 and Giving Everything marks his fifth studio album.
From the demise of Allstar Weekend, enters The Tragic Thrills. A band which presents a far grown up quartet with music to match. Sorry Allstar fans, no prom tracks here. But don’t worry, their self-titled debut will shock you in the best way.
Husband and wife duos. The idea sounds a bit sickly, perhaps a little bit cliched. Your first thought is that you’ll be listening to an unrelenting sequence of ballads. Well, Perma’s debut is full of slushy songs about love, but with one major difference: it’s well written.
When Touché Amoré released Parting The Sea Between Brightness And Me in 2011, they kind of shot themselves in the foot. Their second effort raised the bar above and beyond for modern day hardcore acts, so how did their latest album compare?
Given that frontman Andrew Newman’s day job is leading hardcore legends Comeback Kid, it’s easy to see that Sights & Sounds is a jumping board for his more melodic and experimental ideas.