The album starts out with the ambient, airy "Nexus", this combined with the excellent follow-up track "Tesla", pretty accurately aligns expectations for the album. What they offer right from the get-go is the yin-yang of their softest side, followed by their most straight-forward progressive death metal side, which works to make the remainder of the album more surprising.
b&b consists of non-stop sad-happy, chill trap beats, pitch-corrected vocals, and archetypal modern rap styling's. The baseline quality isn't too low however, but at 64-min's, overstays its welcome.
In A Poem Unlimited, loosely built around a framework of experimental electro-pop, covers an astonishing amount of ground during the course of its 11 tracks. The album frequently steps outside even these loose bounds though, drawing direct influence from several decades of musical movements.
The progressive metal veterans took the stage in NYC with an exciting energy around them, delivering a strong set that highlighted a number of tracks off their new album, Automata I.
Release Date: 4/6/18 This is a new low point for the SoundCloud Trap sub-genre. Absolutely unbearably indescribably awful. Lil Xan's voice is highly irritating, the hooks are hyper-repetitive, the beats are generic, and at a run time of 43:24 it overstays its welcome by a long shot. It's difficult to tell from my reviews thus …
The British experimental mathcore outfit returns with their fifth full-length effort, Time Will Die And Love Will Bury It; a grand display of pristine musicianship, intricate songwriting, and raw emotion.
Transangelic Exodus is a consistent and well-paced profound musical statement.
You want to hate it. You can’t. You want to hate him. You... well, you might. Overall though, this release is so much better than you’d expect or want it to be.
XXXTentacion's ? is an inconsistent project that essentially plays like a rundown of all the sounds he’s been known for thus far, including some incredible highlights and complete throwaways.
The variety and thought that went into these tracks have shot Rivers of Nihil to the upper echelon of modern metal.
Reverend Horton Heat killed it on Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at Whiskey Jacques. The band and the crowd was high energy the whole performance as the Rev. et. al. blew through a slew of great songs, such as "Surf's Up," "Bales of Cocaine," and of course, "Psychobilly Freakout." It's cool that they come through to …
OroborO is a new band from Western Massachusetts, and even though Laughing Death only came out in the second week of January, it is on track to easily be one of the best albums of the year.