2017 album

Interview – Cults

Back in October 2017, Cults returned after a four-year hiatus to deliver Offering, a uniquely modern, fully eclectic take on all things deliciously noir. The New York duo – made up of Madeline Follin and Brian Oblivion – initially got their start in 2010 while still ... Read More

Nine Shrines – Misery (EP Review)

Cleveland, Ohio’s Nine Shrines are a group of hard rocking outcasts that have bonded over their mutual aim for world domination and the unrelenting need to build sonic shrines. In the very loosest sense of the term, one might say that this is a Metalcore ... Read More

Eminem – Revival (Album Review)

For almost 20 years, Marshall Mathers/Eminem/Slim Shady has been at the pinnacle of the music business. Beginning with his second studio album, The Slim Shady LP, released in 1999, Mathers has had a string of seven straight number one records, has won 15 Grammy Awards, ... Read More

The Faceless – In Becoming a Ghost (Album Review)

Somewhere in the center of a sloth-like vice built upon aired dirty laundry, band politics gone awry and he-said-she-said-now-I-hate-you mentalities, tranquilly lounges technical Prog-Metal band The Faceless. Completely unaware of circumstantial surroundings closing in on them with the speed of a snail on steroids, why ... Read More