Nick Cave is, without doubt, one of the greatest and most prolific lyricists of a generation. Here he is back with the Bad Seeds for a surprise new album in the form of ‘Ghosteen’. Find out what we though inside…
American Indie-Rock outfit Bodega are back with a brand new album in the form of ‘Shiny New Model’. Does it live up to it’s title though?
When you see the name Microwave you either think of one of two things: A kitchen appliance you use way too much, or, the Atalanta sad boy Emo band. We took a look at the latter’s newest album ‘Death Is A Warm Blanket’, as our Editor heated up his leftover pizza in the former.
‘The Nothing’ may not be KoRn at their most experimental and for older fans, it’s all very familiar. However, KoRn’s thirteenth studio effort is brimming with the psychotic angry energy that put the band on the map twenty-five years ago.
Lana Del Rey is back with a brand new album in the form of ‘Norman ******* Rockwell’, but has the modern day Queen of romance and melancholy bought her ‘A’ game to the table? Find out inside…
Whilst we wait for the review of/complete annihilation roasting of the latest Tool album, our resident Master Of Metal gave ‘We Are Not Your Kind’, the latest album from Slipknot, a thorough listening too.
So today we at In Key Magazine present you with ‘Anna’, an absolutely delicious stick of Indie-Rock (see what we did there?) that’s set to keep us going through the heat until recently announced upcoming album, ‘Hello Exile’ launches on 4th October.
Relentless, hard-hitting and packed full of biting social commentary, ‘Metawar’ from LA’s 3Teeth may well just be the next big name in Industrial, so you can thank us when you heard about them here first!
Well you can never suggest that Bruce Springsteen is lazy. An autobiographical Broadway show, rumours of a new E Street Band tour and now, a brand new solo album in the form of ‘Western Stars’. How does it hold up though? Find out inside…
The best thing about being a fan of Josh Ritter is watching him develop as an artist with each release. His career doesn’t have peaks and troughs so much as arcs. His records are similarly well paced, with each acting as its own artistic statement without ever seeming like a gimmick and ‘Fever Breaks’ is no exception.