Reviews

Dinosaur Eyelids: Bypass To Nowhere

There’s an old saying that goes, “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” and this is especially true for Bypass To Nowhere, Dinosaur Eyelids’ new album. The front cover shows a black-and-white burning dystopia, ...

Moonspell: Distinct

Portuguese metal band Moonspell have produced their latest studio album, Extinct. Formed in 1992, the quintet once known as Morbid God have embraced various metal styles throughout their musical career. Cur...

Ohio Sky: The Big Distraction

Cleveland-based band Ohio Sky has a new record titled The Big Distraction. The quartet’s sophomore album promises to be a new direction for the group. Their history includes a debut album release, plenty of...

A Will Away: Bliss

The word "bliss" is one that I have personally thrown around many times whenever I heavily connect the welcoming embrace of fond, long-lasting memories with the simplicities of finding internal peace. Wheth...

Howardian: Land Of The Low Tides

Japanther's Ian Vanek has recently launched a solo LP under the name Howardian. Land Of The Low Tides is a fitting title for the album that contains a multitude of styles and sounds. Vanek's versatility is ...

6:33: Deadly Sins

"Strange" is usually seen as an insulting word; if you wanted to call someone "strange" without offending them, you’d address them as "eccentric." This isn’t the case for the French avant-garde artists in 6...

A Swarm Of The Sun: The Rifts

Swedish duo A Swarm Of The Sun have constructed their hauntingly melodic third album, The Rifts. Members Erik Nilsson and Jakob Berglund have proven themselves capable of creating dark and contrasting tunes...

Murder By Death: Big Dark Love

Murder By Death have been called many things, including indie, alt-country, and folk, however, the band’s seventh album, Big Dark Love, just proves more and more that this band is unclassifiable. They can e...