Albums

Twin Forks: Twin Forks

The quintet formerly known as Twin Falls has finally made its breakout debut into the ever-growing folk scene with their self-titled EP, Twin Forks. For frontman Chris Carrabba (Dashboard Confessional), it ...

John Brodeur: Little Hopes

John Brodeur is the kind of artist who can’t be doing one thing for very long. He bounces from project to project, whether his focus is on his solo career (now up to its third studio release) or one of his ...

Von Shakes: Bohemia

Since the release of their first EP, Almost Nobody, in March 2012, Irish rockers Von Shakes have gained momentum in their homeland and more recently, the United States. After migrating from Dublin to Brookl...

Upset: She’s Gone

Fronted by Ali Koehler, the three-piece female rock trio Upset debuted with their power-punk release, She’s Gone. Opening up with the minute and a half track “Back To School,” She’s Gone reaches out to fans...

Like Like The The The Death: Cave Jenny

Though Cave Jenny only marks their second release as a band, Wisconsin’s Like Like The The The Death are far from newcomers to the world of music. The group is a small composite of Milwaukee's rock scene, a...

Korn: The Paradigm Shift

So how’s about that riff refresh? No strangers to criticism for straying off their original musical course, Korn have filled a critical void: Founding guitarist Brian “Head” Welch returned to the band af...

Black Label Society: Unblackened

Unblackened was recorded earlier this year at Los Angeles’ Club Nokia. This two-disc compilation includes 23 songs, an interview with Zakk Wylde, and other Black Label Society bonus content. Wylde is accomp...

Love Crushed Velvet: Delusions

With five years in the music industry and a wealth of experience under their belt, Love Crushed Velvet are one of those groups that redefine what rock ‘n’ roll is all about. Their latest EP, Delusions, push...