Articles Tagged ‘CD Reviews’

Inquisition have been an American black metal stalwart since 1998 and Mike is just hearing them for the first time now? Terrible!

Sonic Boom: What Did I Miss?

Some albums Sonic Boom discovered while reading other people’s best-of-2010 lists.


Review: Agalloch’s Marrow of the Spirit

A genre-changing metal album, Agalloch’s Marrow of the Spirit is labyrinthine, thrilling and truly epic.

The cover art for Kvelertak's debut album, by John Dyer Baizley of Baroness!

In Praise Of Kvelertak, In Defense Of Enthusiasm

Kvelertak is an insane album of massive chant-along choruses, dirty blues licks, gargantuan riffs as sticky as resin, and wild instrumental unpredictability.


Record Reviews: Kylesa, Junip

Reviews of Kylesa’s Spiral Shadow (Season of Mist) and Junip’s Fields (Mute)!


Record Review: Jimmy Eat World’s Invented

I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about Jimmy Eat World, but I find it impossible to identify them. They’re neither as schmoopy as their detractors would suggest, nor as challenging as their more ardent fans seem to allege. So what the hell are they?


Record Reviews: Manic Street Preachers, Superchunk, Belle & Sebastian

Music is a decidedly nostalgic medium. In fact, it might…