Metal is a multifaceted beast. Certainly much of it can be indescribably shitty, but the stuff that is good can be downright transcendent. Consider Isis and Wavering Radiant.
Black Moth Super Rainbow performs a difficult feat with Eating Us.
When I die, and my family and friends begin to sift through my belongings, they will find several folders of writings no eyes but mine have ever seen. Will what they read resonate with them?
With the emergence of garage rock and the success of bands like The White Stripes and The Ting Tings, it was only a matter of time before knock-offs would start coming out of the woodwork.
Dear God in heaven. Please tell me this is a prank and I’m playing the role of Abbott to Moffi’s Costello. You know what?
Dear Thurston Moore,
Not surprisingly, intricate melodies and thought-provoking lyrics abound on Wilco’s latest.
Oohs and Aahs sounds lavish considering its humble genesis in the bedroom of Say Hi’s lone band member, Eric Elbogen.
For many purists, the only true singer for Black Sabbath is reality TV star Ozzy Osbourne.
For a debut, this doesn’t sound like a new band, does it? Well, that’s because they aren’t exactly new.