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Category: Album Review
ALBUM REVIEW: Aztec Death’s “Consequence” EP
“Consequence” may have dark undertones, but if you don’t find these songs purely delightful your taste in music is questionable.
ALBUM REVIEW: Nervous Curtains’ “I Tried To Fight It But I Was Inside It”
This is the music of the connoisseur, not the casual listener.
ALBUM REVIEW: Cro-Mags’ “Don’t Give In” EP
If you think you’re hardcore, “Don’t Give In” will be the litmus test of your credibility.
ALBUM REVIEW: Jesse Dayton’s “Mixtape Volume 1”
“It’s an alternate history version of my dad’s Spotify playlist”
ALBUM REVIEW: 3Teeth’s “Metawar”
“Metawar” is a provocative mix of sublime and sinister.
ALBUM REVIEW: Deflore & Jaz Coleman’s “Party in the Chaos” EP
“Party in the Chaos” only suffers from one thing: brevity.
ALBUM REVIEW: Baroness’ “Gold & Grey”
“Gold & Grey” blends the heavy and dark tones with peace and tranquility.
ALBUM REVIEW: Pinkish Black’s “Concept Unification”
The band creates atmospheres, builds tension, and confounds the pop aesthetic at every turn.
ALBUM REVIEW: The Jackets’ “Queen of the Pill”
Recommended to all who call themselves “punk” or those who relish unsullied rock n’ roll.