Lanois is still following his own muse
Maybe growing up isn’t so bad after all.
Defeater has crafted an album that should be a genre classic, but more than likely will be slapped with some other, silly label.
Millencolin is another Swedish export that’s been a distinct part of the global punk rock scene since 1992.
What’s most disappointing is that there was reason to get one’s hopes up over a new Refused album.
[xrr rating=2.0/5]Almost a decade has passed since Phil Ek produced Band of Horses’ lovely, shimmering debut album, Everything All the Time. The group has tried to improve on their opening act three times since and each time delivered a finished product more sterile and less interesting than what came before. I admit to being in denial that one day Ben …
[xrr rating=2.5/5]Really? Really. This is happening. The same band who from namesake to hit singles flew in the face of the American Christian establishment has assembled an entire album singing the praises and seasonal hymns of that same establishment. What’s worse is that they’re doing it all without a hint of irony. If you took one look at the record …