Well… well… its been a while.
Prepare yourselves, Lucifer’s second coming is on its way and it’s darker and heavier than ever.
Coming off the mass success of Death Of A Bachelor in 2016, Brendon Urie has been able to flip the unique sound of Panic! At The Disco once again coming into Pray For The Wicked.
Pop-punk four-piece Homesafe are on track to release their debut EP titled One on June 29. The group, who are originally from the town of Oak Lawn in Illinois, have an undeniably fabulous guitar-driven sound which is incredibly memorable.
The wait for State Champs fans is finally over as the band release their highly anticipated album Living Proof on June 15. The album consists of thirteen tracks that showcase how much the five-piece have grown as artists since they released their second album back in 2015.
Leeds-based electronic/dream pop quartet Luna Pines are set to release their debut EP The House That We Lived In, which is available to stream and download on June 1.
This band is not only At The Gates, but they have also broken through the portcullis and have laid waste to the castle if this new album is anything to go by.
Fans of Birmingham indie rockers Peace have been waiting patiently (or not so patiently) for some time in anticipation for the band’s third studio album.
To write one album in which all the songs sound the same is quite a feat, to do said task twice is quite impressive.
Scottish rock band The Fratellis, known for their Top 10 success with songs like ‘Chelsea Dagger’ (and its memorable melody), have finally released their fifth album titled In Your Own Sweet Time.
Where can I start with the Finnish death/sludge metallers Black Royal? Well, how about, “fucking awesome”?
Spector seemed to all but disappear in recent years, singer Fred Macpherson would pop up in various places and his tweets remained amusing but Spector had seemingly been pushed to the background. That was they released ‘Untitled In D’ in December of last year and revealed it was the first single off upcoming EP Ex-Directory.
Horizon Ablaze released their new album The Weight of a Thousand Suns last week through Leviathan, leaving behind for the most part the dark, graven, blackened death metal box they were put in with the previous album Dodsverk, and ventured out into the progressive black metal wilderness stretching into the fiery horizon, following bands of the ilk of fellow Norwegians, Enslaved […]
Psychedelic indie heroes MGMT have come back with a bang. After their first album, the band released two poorly received LPs but it’s definitely safe to say that fun-filled Little Dark Age has won their fans back over.
They did it! Melbourne psych-rockers King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard really wrote, recorded and released five (amazing) albums in one year!
Watain have finally released some new material, much to the delight of their fans after five years of waiting.