Simon Green is more culturally curious than ever on his latest full-length.
The California indie rock outfit grows up and turns up on their second album.
The UK trio embrace pop in a big way on their standout third album.
Troubled times inform the new full-length from the Canadian synth-pop group.
Swedish post-punks play it safe while knocking out a few standout tracks.
NYC black metal troupe find more space, melody, experimentation on fourth album.
Viennese producer finds the right balance on his sophomore album.
The band's first three songs in 20 years are as strong as they've ever sounded.
New York industrial duo provide a stunning dystopian soundtrack of nihilism.
The California black metal band don't reinvent the genre so much as deconstruct it.
Black metal iconoclasts offer spiritual guidance after a turbulent year.
A single, 54-minute track of meditative ambience.
Trent Reznor returns with a peculiar, though not impenetrable set of new songs.
Hardcore bruisers show growth toward pop songwriting structures on their Roadrunner debut.
Killer Mike and El-P go hard on their third full-length.
A document of an alt-rock mega tour that flew under the radar.
Kompakt founder teams up with producers and vocalists for an uneven set of jams.
The metal heroes' new album is their best in 30 years, for whatever that's worth.
Glasgow indie rockers' latest is sweet on the surface, tumultuous underneath.
In their final album, Tribe couldn't be any more on point.