The Georgia hard rock band's first for Spinefarm is more of a slow-burner.
Once-controversial metalgazers progress while showing there's still growth ahead.
Austin psych-rockers deliver one hell of a trip on their fifth album.
German post-punk metalheads conjure a fun, evil hybrid.
Darren Cunningham captivates the listener with meticulous simplicity.
Technical death metal troupe evade cliches while delivering a more accessible effort.
A bridge between art, dance music and ambience in one intricate package.
Hot Chip member's latest solo effort is a slow burner that balances ballads with acidic techno.
New York duo's excellent debut is one that speaks to a certain time in one's life.
The Norwegian shape-shifters have learned to be sexy again.
Arca's self-titled effort is exhilarating and enthralling.
The transformation from rock band to highly entertaining cyborgs is complete.
Where does noise end and a song begin?
Dan Bejar is curiously absent on the Canadian supergroup's seventh effort.
The singer/songwriter offers a companion album to his 2016 release <i>Ruminations</i>.
The synth-pop trio makes more emotional connections via powerful melodic anthems.
German death metal troupe offers something alien, exploratory and exciting.
Converge's Jacob Bannon steps out on his own with a solo work of dark, atmospheric sounds.
Josh Tillman's most ambitious album yet is also often his prettiest.
Kanye protege progresses while still showing how much growing he has ahead of him.