Prog-metal heroes achieve a new peak in songwriting on their first for Nuclear Blast.
The Oakland sludge titans continue to expand even in a more compact package.
The second offering by Jillian Banks is a dark, haunted, late night listen.
Indie electro duo changes majors after replacing outgoing singer Alice Glass.
Texas trio dials up the pace a little yet retains their ominous spaciousness.
New York indie rockers make a solid progression on Sub Pop debut.
Cave releases his most minimal and avant garde album yet, informed by genuine grief and mourning.
Less than a year after their debut, the Philly punks keep their riffs big and their hearts on their sleeves.
Athens, Ga. post-hardcore crew bring heavy, complex rhythms on first album in 10 years.
L.A. post-hardcore band offers up their most devastating set of music yet.
Wilco take a more introspective turn after the upbeat noise pop of <i>Star Wars</i>.
The band formerly known as Viet Cong emerges anew with a personal best.
L.A. indie rock group grow more confident and composed on their third full-length.
David Eugene Edwards adds another dimension to his rich catalog.
Olsen's latest album is the most impressive display of her singular talent and emotional narratives.
Los Angeles noise artist turned metal band creates a powerful, terrifying work.
A dark and difficult reflection of our times.
The Seattle metal trio continues to evade easy categorization and push interesting boundaries.
Bruisers keep it short 'n' thrashy on new EP.
A flawed yet still ambitious slice of modern prog.