Reviews

Neulore @ Mercury Lounge

LOWER EAST SIDE, NY—Vocalist/guitarist Adam Agin of Anderson, Indiana, along with guitarist William T. Cook, a native of Bowling Green, Kentucky, four years ago formed a progressive folk band called Neulore...

My Education: 5 Popes

In response to the oversight of not having an original vinyl release, Austin-based instrumental band My Education are putting out a remaster of their 2002 debut, 5 Popes, in analog form, complete with two n...

Paradox: Tales Of The Weird

German thrash metallers Paradox return for a sixth album filled with aggressive speed metal. There are five songs here over five minutes, and the first, “Tales Of The Weird,” is over nine. A lot of the exte...

Marissa Nadler: July

Introduced with the release of single “Dead City Emily,” July is the sixth studio album by Bostonian singer-songwriter Marissa Nadler. Already well known in the indie music world for her voice, one that is ...

Behemoth: The Satanist

The past five years have been trying for Behemoth. The Polish four-piece have faced a slew of medical issues between its members, forcing them to take a step away from the music industry to focus on persona...