Reviews

Album Review: Boundaries – “Death Is A Little More”

Metalcore outfit Boundaries out of Connecticut are releasing their...

Album Review: Fuming Mouth – “Last Day of Sun”

One of the most successful acts to come out...

A New Generation of Death Metal: San Antonio’s Skinpeeler

My first introduction to San Antonio’s Skinpeeler was photographing...

Album Review: Misery Signals – “Ultraviolet”

One of the most acclaimed metalcore bands, Misery Signals,...

Album Review: Lamb of God – “Lamb of God”

Lamb of God is one of the most important...

Album Review: The Earth And I “The Candleman”

Heavy guitars, enchanting vocals and haunting melodies. The Earth and I arrives to the progressive metal scene with serious talent and originality that needs...

Album Review: Foo Fighters “Concrete and Gold”

Concrete and Gold is a solid collection of music from a band that we know and love. The eclectic mix of songs delivers an...

Album Review: The Poynt “Alpha Queue”

The Poynt embody all that made 90s band’s special and memorable. With catchy guitar melodies, soft male vocals, and an ethereal effect that magnifies...

Album Review: Dan Kassel “Clockwork”

Dan Kassel is perhaps one of the most versatile musicians in the underground music scene. A cellist and New Jersey native, Kassel’s musical arrangements...

Album Review: Jessica Paige “Branching Out”

Uniting her love of songwriting and composition with pop and folk influences, Jessica Paige makes her debut with her full-length album Branching Out.   Growing up,...

Album Review: Alex MacKinnon “Two Sides”

Fusing elements of bluegrass, gospel, hymns, funk, R&B, reggae, and more, Two Sides is a very timely release by multi-instrumentalist Alex MacKinnon. Both striking...