Thought you had Scottish pop-punks Woes figured out? They beg to differ, expanding their horizons with this bold, endearingly scrappy new EP.
As furious and ferocious as ever, Turnstile are back for another two-step fest - bringing huge party vibes to 'Time & Space'.
Favouring subtle layers of light and shade over big, showy moments, this Minneapolis trio channel both emo’s early days and a homespun, off-kilter vibe all of their own.
Pop-punk couldn’t be in a better place right now, and if this new album is anything to go by, Canada’s We Were Sharks are set to make their very own mark on the globe.
No one saw this coming.
Two of the UK’s most intriguing underground bands team up for this enjoyable, if all-too-fleeting split EP.
Returning with their first album in four years, Kent’s Feed The Rhino build on their bruising metal / hardcore crossover with this new slice of aggression.
Broken, bruised and brutally honest, The Plot In You are aiming to tear the heavy music landscape to shreds and rebuild it in their own image.
Senses Fail have taken a long, winding road to the present day.
A lot of Story Untold’s debut album sounds familiar. Really familiar.
This is the album Don Broco have been threatening to make for a while now.
What a journey it’s been for The Dangerous Summer.
Following up 2014’s outstanding debut album, ‘The Weird And Wonderful Marmozets’, the aptly-titled ‘Knowing What You Know Now’ reveals a band noticeably more confident in their abilities.
So, what did we think of Waterparks' second effort?
A hugely captivating debut.
The old Fall Out Boy can’t come to the phone right now. Why? Oh, because they’re dead.
Check out what we thought of Album 4 from the Scottish trio.
There’s nothing new about straddling hardcore and metalcore, but Melbourne’s Earth Caller have taken a good ’ol bash at making both genres count on new album ‘Crystal Death’.
The Of Mice & Men we once knew are gone. ‘Defy’ is the sound of a phoenix rising from the ashes.
It’s hard to believe that State Champs’ Ryan Scott Graham has found any spare time to work on a solo project, but in fact Speak Low If You Speak Love was the bassist’s first love - and that’s made clear by his captivatingly personal new album.