A follow-up EP to the band's excellent full-length from earlier in the year.
Some once-innovative gore-slingers are just murder by numbers now.
A trio of incredible, moving works from the legendary saxophonist.
An unlikely excellent return from post-hardcore heroes 22 years later.
An incredible traditional metal debut that's steeped in modern extremes.
A campy, spooky metal gem that highlights metal's inherent geekiness.
A selection of outtakes and vintage tracks from the singer/songwriter's consistently great career.
The Atlanta band's debut album is an emotionally exhausting reflection of life's extremes.
An encore presentation of the multi-national post-punk group's magic.
The Belgian sludge outfit delivers their most powerful, versatile record to date.
A brilliant album about grown-up love.
The Knife's Karin Dreijer continues to shake the habitual.
An electronic dystopia.
An album so ahead of its time, we're still struggling to keep up.
A gentle coping mechanism for the changing of seasons.
Awe-inspiring, avant garde metal.
A dream-pop homecoming for the New Zealand outfit.
The metal innovators carve out more space to change heavy music's shape.
A backward-looking album from a band whose talents don't seem like they're being used to their fullest.
The black metal legends continue to refine their progressive approach.