Black Country, New Road’s sophomore record is a true landmark in alternative rock music. A devastating, crushing and explosive tour-de-force of sheer melancholy, intensity, chaos and catharsis.
UK mathcore icons Rolo Tomassi return with a triumphant and dreamlike album built on daring sonic contrasts and juxtapositions.
Years in the making, British post-rock quartet Gilmore Trail’s third album is a disciplined and mannered love letter to the subgenre they adore.
September was so stacked I couldn’t fit everything in that I wanted to write about. Not only that but I had a real hard time picking the record of the month as there were so many good contenders. Let me know what you think.
Glaswegian one-person post-rock band A Sea Of Dead Trees returns with their emotional and soul baring fourth record, Garmonbozia, named after a mysterious creamed corn substance in Twin Peaks.