Heavy riffs, boyband vocals and dinner dates with inner demons - Led By Lanterns are back with their debut album 'Paralysis', and my oh my is it a whirlwind of emotions…
Ever since bursting onto the scene in 2018 with 'Columbia', The Blinders are a band that continue to show glimpses of what could be a brilliant rock band. Their latest EP 'Electric Kool-Aid (Part 1)' shows them experimenting with what could be the sound to get them to the top.
Fit For An Autopsy have had a huge few years, with the immense 2019 'The Sea Of Tragic Beasts' and their insane 2020 single 'Fear Tomorrow', both of which were received brilliantly with both fans and critics. Therefore going into their latest effort 'Oh What The Future Holds', there is bound to be some pressure for the band tipped to be entering their prime - but does it show?
For the best part of two decades, Canadian juggernauts Comeback Kid have firmly etched their place in the Mount Rushmore of modern hardcore bands. With their seventh album 'Heavy Steps', the five-piece haven't just solidified their place as one of heavy music's premier bands, but that they can still continue to create exciting music along the way.
Flirting with their former selves indie ways, but diving headfirst into their future sonic experimentation with a cheeky modern pop twist, the gleaming 'Fix Yourself, Not The World' witnesses one of Britain's most beloved bands still producing some of their best material to date, with the utmost introspection, character and charisma.
Twin Atlantic are a band that keep changing up their sound and like to keep things fresh - that is no different in the pop-inspired 'Transparency'. However, have the band perhaps gone too pop-focused on their sixth LP?
Over the past few years, we've had to develop almost inhumane levels of patience with regard to our favourite bands getting back on the road and dropping new releases. Fans of No Bragging Rights, however, have had to wait over seven years for a taste of new material and now, in the bizarre year of 2021, they have been blessed with a new self-titled EP from the Californian melodic hardcore outfit.
Delaire The Liar are a band who know how to keep listeners engaged, with 'EAT YOUR OWN' providing a narrative that readily unstitches. There is something oddly comforting about a band that isn’t afraid to unmask the internal fears and fragilities that plague the mind, offering solace to those on the edge themselves.
'Control My Sanity' is easily Like Pacific’s most coherent body of work to date, telling the story of vocalist Jordan Black’s experiences through heartbroken and frustrated lyricism.
After teasing fans with singles, 'Weighted', 'Pixelated' and 'Holywater', Volumes could just be the masters of anticipation. Their latest release 'Happier?' has cut the cord of a four-year long drip-feed since their last album 'Different Animals', which debuted in 2017. With major changes to the Los Angeles band since then, will 'Happier?' bring a certain nostalgia or a new beginning?