The Pretty Reckless, you’ve probably heard of them by now. You’ve at least heard of Taylor Momsen or you really have been living under a rock since 2009. The hard hitting quartet are back with their fourth studio album in the form of ‘Death By Rock And Roll’ and, spoiler warning, it’s rather excellent!
WIth the latest release from Slowthai, it would be safe to say that this is sixth-form poetry, not Keats or Yeats, but – make no mistake, for the right listener, ‘Tyron’ is revolutionary.
Join Us In Our Very Thorough Round Up Of The Music Of 2020 And Our Hopes For 2021.
Also, yes, ‘Fetch The Bolt Cutters’ Did Get Some Loving Recognition, Before Anyone Else Asks! Crikey!
British Rock quartet The Struts have become a minor US sensation, earning their name for their undeniably fun party tunes, but does this record bring those much needed positive vibes to 2020 effectively?
I didn’t think I would ever get to a point where I would feel burned out by an artist, but is everyone else sick to death of Corey Taylor or are you all normal?
“Up until now this period hasn’t had a soundtrack – I promise you this is it, there will never be a more relevant album for the right here and now than ‘Ultra Mono'”. If that isn’t praise enough to make you boot up the album and read our review of the latest offering from Bristol Punks IDLES, then nothing will be!
There will always be three things life will guarantee you: death, taxes and stupid, sexy Deftones. This time the Sacramento five piece are back with their follow up to 2014’s ‘Gore’, in the form of ‘Ohms’. Why not take a read of our stupid, sexy review inside?
A brand new release from a quintet of the most honest poets in Punk you say? Well, it can only be ‘A Hero’s Death’, the brand new album from Fontaines D.C.
As we all push our way through 2020, it would seem that there’s no better time than now than for the mighty Marilyn Manson to drop a new album in the form of ‘We Are Chaos’ into the world. So why not take a look inside and see what we thought?
If you dislike fun times, fast music and finding something enjoyable in these bleak-as-fuck times in the world, then turn away, ‘High Risk Behaviour’ and The Chats overall are not for you.