Tag: Albums

Knocked Loose A Different Shade of Blue

Knocked Loose – A Different Shade Of Blue (Review)

Though I’ve seen Kentucky hardcore heroes Knocked Loose tear up stages before, and I’ve found myself getting amped up by the ridiculous brilliance of “Counting Worms” and the alarming and hectic “Deadringer”,…

WAAX Big Grief

WAAX – Big Grief (Review)

After what feels like a lifetime for some fans, Brisbane-based WAAX have put forward their debut album Big Grief. That’s not to say they haven’t been busy, however. WAAX have been putting…

Press Club Wasted Energy artwork

Press Club – Wasted Energy (Review)

With a handful of singles this year, a successful debut album last year, and by far one of my favourite Triple j’s Like a Version covers ever (“When You Were Young” –…

Northlane Alien artwork

Northlane – Alien (Review)

A steady stream of hype has followed Northlane‘s Alien album around… and it’s not even out yet. The upcoming fifth album for the band has left an impressive trail of singles in…

Thy Art Is Murder Human Target

Thy Art Is Murder – Human Target (Review)

Though my personal familiarity with Thy Art Is Murder is limited, a request for me to review upcoming album Human Target sparked interest due to the calibre of its singles. The quintet…

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Gravemind – Conduit (Review)

Having already dove deep into the lyrical themes of Gravemind‘s Conduit in my interview with vocalist Dylan Gillies-Parsons, I was keen to review it ‘by feel’; let the music itself speak more than…

Altona And This Is Why We Are Alone artwork

Altona – …And This Is Why We Are Alone (Review)

Altona has delivered their first full-length release entitled …And This Is Why We Are Alone. With a recognisable use of classic melodic hardcore components, Altona puts forth their emotional and musical endeavours…

The Beautiful Monument I'm The Reaper artwork

The Beautiful Monument – I’m the Reaper (Review)

Beyond being just a collection of music, I’m the Reaper serves as an open diary for The Beautiful Monument. The ten tracks have listeners privy to the trials, questions, and dreams of…

As Cities Burn Scream Through The Walls

As Cities Burn – Scream Through The Walls (Review)

It was the release of the single “Chains” which introduced me to Louisiana based As Cities Burn. I learned then that they had resurfaced after a ten year hiatus, and returned to…

John Floreani Sin artwork

John Floreani – Sin (Review)

My first exposure to John Floreani‘s approach to songwriting was via the Trophy Eyes song “Chlorine”. I was on a train at the time, enjoying the song and its easy sing-along line of…