On the heels of AFI’s “The Missing Man” EP, arrives the long-anticipated fourth album from Blaqk Audio, Davey Havok and Jade Puget’s outlet for their love of electronic music.
I originally had some hesitation about getting back into the swing of writing album reviews after taking most of 2018 off, and I’m so glad Set It Off’s Midnight is the album bringing me back into writing.
It is a seemingly rare feat in today’s music industry for a band to continuously reinvent themselves and in doing so, top their previous works. AFI is one of those rarities.
Politically-charged, yet comforting and hopeful lyrics flood Frank Turner’s new album, Be More Kind.
Unattached, Peter Wise’s debut album, hits big with its well-balanced assortment of faster and slower songs, each with its own unique groove that’ll leave you wanting more.
The Wonder Years’ latest album, Sister Cities, finds them with a sound built from their pop-punk beginnings, but they’ve pushed beyond it to compliment their lyrics with unlikely, more rock-like choices that began in 2015’s No Closer to Heaven.
The influences of punk and emo are unmistakable in Household’s Everything a River Should Be, as they redefine their sound on their sophomore full length record.
Secrets is back with a self-titled fourth album!
A breath of fresh air is breathed into pop punk and pop rock with The Wrecks’ Panic Vertigo EP.
Don Broco are back with a killer 16-song album.