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.
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.
Pop-punk legends Fall Out Boy released an eclectic new record on Friday! Check out Shane Haley’s track-by-track guide to M A N I A.