uneXpect's debut EP, _wE, Invaders, shows the band at their most accessible, but don't confuse this as meaning this isn't a highly atypical and unusually creative release.
The melodic punk veterans cast their technical prowess aside to unearth a refreshing, stripped down sound on their new EP, Black Out the Sky.
The Los Angeles based trio transcends the stale, reserved boundaries of alternative rock with their warm, dynamic, hook-soaked full-length album, Chrome Neon Jesus.
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.
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.
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.