The White Noise

The White Noise

The White Noise put out their debut EP ‘Aren’t You Glad’ in 2016 and honestly they are one of the new bands whose future I am super excited about. The crazy thing is that when I first heard about these guys I assumed they were a softer band like Hands Like Houses for some reason

Bad Omens

Bad Omens

Bad Omens released their self-titled debut album last year and it’s one of my favorite releases from a new band. I expected them to have great screams (and they do) but what really surprised me is how solid their cleans are.  The album actually isn’t as heavy as I expected it to be but they

Emmure

Emmure

Emmure just put out their 7th album ‘Look At Yourself’ and in some ways it’s their best work yet.  Half the songs are like their old stuff and half the songs are a hybrid of Emmure, Glass Cloud, and The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza.  In case you missed it, last year Frankie (the vocalist) kicked out

Sylar

Sylar

Sylar recently put out their second album ‘Help!’ and although it’s a step in a different direction compared to their older material it’s still awesome. The first thing I noticed is that the cleans are way tighter than they were in the past. It results in their songs sounding more melodic while not compromising any

Silent Planet

Silent Planet

Silent Planet released their second album ‘Everything Was Sound’ last year and it was my second favorite album of 2016 (after Architects).  The story of the album takes place in a panopticon which is a type of circular prison where all the cells face inward and can theoretically be guarded by a single watchman at

Dance Gavin Dance

Dance Gavin Dance

Last year Dance Gavin Dance put out their 8th album ‘Mothership’ (hence the infinite sign, it’s a sideways 8).  This is one of the very few bands that literally keeps getting better with each release.  So many older bands these days make me nervous when they release new material because you never know if it will

Attila

Attila

Attila recently released their 7th album ‘Chaos’ and surprisingly I don’t completely hate it.  Look, I’m actually a huge fan of Attila; they have an incredibly fun live show and I’ve seen them 5 or 6 times.  That being said, I have no problem ripping into them.  Chaos is only half as stupid as Guilty Pleasure

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