Following the absolute monster that their previous record 'Forever' became, Grammy nomination and all, could prove to be a tall order for most, the weight of expectation crushing them like an ant underneath boot. Have Pittsburgh’s finest proven themselves up to the task?
After a slow trickle of singles Haggard Cat’s sophomore album is finally with us, but does it stand up as a full album or is it just a selection of great singles and some filler?
Packed full of hooks, singalongs and one of the best pop-punk tracks you’ll hear for a long time, Hot Mulligan's latest release 'you’ll be fine' is a great record and is absolutely perfect for the coming summer months.
When done absolutely perfectly, a good pop bop can melt anyone's heart, and get them moving to the beat, from the most grizzled of metalheads to the stuffiest of connoisseurs. Getting that formula right is an art in itself, but with their debut album 'Lovecore', Brighton alt-pop band Orchards make it look almost easy.
Canadian post-hardcore act Silverstein return with their great tenth record, 'A Beautiful Place to Drown'.
It’s hard to believe the career trajectory Four Year Strong would have in the years following the iconic releases of 'Rise or Die Trying' and 'Enemy of the World', but the lacklustre response to 'In Some Way, Shape, or Form', and the all but ignored self-titled album in 2015, sees the pop-punk veterans looking to re-state their claim on what many thought should be their undisputed crown with sixth studio album, 'Brain Pain'.
Body Count are back with their follow-up to 'Bloodlust' and are looking to continue with the forward momentum that they have gained since their reunion.
The Night Flight Orchestra returns with their greatly enjoyable fifth airborne adventure thus far: 'Aeromantic'.
With the explosion of a star, Nova Twins impact into the earth with devastating force (and some big dirty riffs!) with their brand new sound, blowing your collective minds with 'Who Are The Girls?'