2018 is at an end and that means it’s list season, and our Top 20 Albums Of The Year.
It’s always a sad event when a band departs the stage for the final time. Notable examples from recent times include HECK, Letlive. and The Dillinger Escape Plan.
We’ve got three corking new albums to recommend to you this week, ranging from emo-led alternative rock to sludge riffageddon.
Welcome to Picks, so called because we PICK out our favourite three new releases of the week (or thereabouts) and pop them on our blog for you to PICK up and try out for yourself. Clever. Shit.
And it’s been a while since I could say that I wasn’t addicted. It’s been a while since I could say I loved myself as well.
The exciting new releases are arriving thick and fast at the moment. Identifying just three recommendations has become increasingly challenging and that’s just fine by us.
This week’s trio of recommendations are an eclectic bunch. We’ve got a couple of albums from musicians better known for their work in Testament and The Dillinger Escape Plan than these current projects, and a range that spans from extreme Brummie noise to silky SoCal synth.
Welcome to Picks, our weekly-if-we-can round-up of the three best new releases we’ve heard in the last seven days or thereabouts.
Another week, another trio of stellar new releases from the world of rock, punk, metal and hardcore.
This week’s Picks bring forth perhaps the most varied trio we’ve ever recommended in the same post.
The world of new releases in rock, punk, metal and hardcore seems to have offered but slim pickings during the summer, but things have certainly picked up again in the last few weeks.
After last week’s outright aggression we’ve got some new recommendations this week that are a little slower and more introspective.