Hawthorne Heights, the band that burst onto the scene in the early 2000s with its certified golf album, The Silence in Black and White, has released a new… Read more “Hawthorne Heights sheds post-hardcore influences in ‘Bad Frequencies’”
Here’s the thing about Benjamin Burnley — he’s one of the strongest, most reliable songwriters to grace alternative rock in the past 15 years. But when a… Read more “On Breaking Benjamin and the perils of the evolution paradox”
Linkin Park’s Meteora dropped on March 25, 2003. Fifteen years later, we discuss the band’s iconic sophomore record, and the legacy it left behind.
UK rockers Moose Blood dropped its third full length, I Don’t Think I Can Do This Anymore on March 9, its second release via Hopeless Records. The band’s… Read more “Moose Blood mid-tempo’s listeners to sleep with ‘I Don’t Think I Can Do This Anymore’”
Technology is a child running a marathon. It sprints when its told to keep a steady pace. It zigs and zags for the thrill of it. It… Read more “Don Broco’s ‘Technology’ is unpredictable, unapologetic and an absolute blast”
Describing a band as cool can sound lazy and particularly trite. But in this instance, Tiny Moving Parts’ latest album Swell is well worth the applause, and simply cool.… Read more “Math (rock) is cool: A review of Tiny Moving Parts’ ‘Swell’”
When you look at Linkin Park’s whirlwind of an evolution — from the forefront of early 2000s rap/nu-metal to chart-topping pop music in 2017, bending and breaking… Read more “‘Post Traumatic EP’ is Mike Shinoda at his most vulnerable, intimate and authentic”