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Album Review: Parquet Courts – Human Performance

Highly considered as one of the most acclaimed bands of the last few years, there appears to be a lot of excitement, intrigue and anticipation surrounding the release of Parquet Courts’ latest studio effort, Human Performance. I wouldn’t be lying [...]

April 15, 2016 New Music, Reviews
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Album Review: Mad Feather Group – King Likeness

King Likeness is the debut record from New Jersey-based band, Mad Feather Group. It was released in early February and consists of 8 lengthy tracks. Their laid-back and jaunty style is classified as “Freak-Adult Contemporary/ Heterochromia-Eyed Soul.” The album begins [...]

March 5, 2015 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Björk’s Vulnicura Is A Triumphant Experimentation In The Sounds Of Heartbreak

“Moments of clarity are so rare/ I better document this” -Stonemilker Across the world, curious listeners and devoted fans downloaded the surprise-early-release of Björk’s Vulnicura, which we thought we would have to wait another two months for, and instead started our [...]

January 29, 2015 New Music, Reviews
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SIMGE Stream: Cellphone – Excellent Condition

Remember that time you last clicked play on a band your friend sent over and you went, “Woah”, from the outset? Enter Toronto psych-punks Cellphone and their debut LP Excellent Condition. Finding different entry points into various forms of driving [...]

January 21, 2015 New Music, Reviews
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Album Review: Skeletonwitch – Serpents Unleashed

Just in time for Halloween, in true Skeletonwitch fashion, Ohio’s own blackened thrash metal gods have managed to turn the dark demon trick once again. Released via Prosthetic Records, Serpents Unleashed isn’t too huge of a sea change for Skeletonwitch, [...]

November 1, 2013 New Music, Reviews

Album Review: Fleshgod Apocalypse – Labyrinth

We all know the Greek myth of Asterion, the minotaur of Knossos what lies waiting at the center of the dreaded Labyrinth. It’s a tale passed down for many a century, filled with mystery, intrigue, and memorable imagery. Perhaps, this [...]

August 19, 2013 New Music, Reviews
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Album Review: Watain – The Wild Hunt

Who says only Norwegians can play true black metal? Hailing from the deepest, darkest reaches of Uppsala, Sweden’s black metal baby Watain has proven time and again that they’re fully capable of worshiping Satan with the best of them. Following [...]

August 16, 2013 New Music, Reviews