Articles (14 total)
Sleep Token might just be the modern age Bring Me The Horizon.
2022 was a year full of great music. From metal to pop-rock, here lies the top five rock/metal records of the year.
All Time Low’s “Don’t Panic” is marvelous. There is no doubt that it could take someone to a theoretical Neverland.
The winter blues are well on their way. Thankfully, a song can make the storm more bearable.
Dayseeker just recently brought out their fifth record, and they could not have titled “Dark Sun” more correctly.
Death is a scary topic. Somehow, Palaye Royale makes it digestible with their record “Fever Dream.”
Music did not think Architects could top it, but it did. Architects may have made the metal record of the year.
The fifth record into their career, and The 1975 blesses the listeners with “Being Funny in a Foreign Language.” There is something for everyone on this record.
Hayley and the Crushers is “poolside glitter punk.” There is so much more under the surface.
It is no wonder that The Wonder Years would come back with something remarkable. “The Hum Goes on Forever” is a perfect addition to their discography.