And industrial hellscape made all the more pop-friendly with a surprising accessibility.
The L.A. trio's latest is their biggest, boldest and most grown-up album.
The Atlanta band's seventh album yields great beauty from dark meditations.
The dawn of a new experimental phase for the singer/songwriter, one with a brighter outlook.
A blistering, 23-minute hardcore record that blurs the lines between screamo and black metal.
This loose, improvisational session from Ruban Nielson and company is a complete 180 from their last effort.
The most intense and aggressive that Cloud Nothings have ever sounded, coupled with a refined songwriting sensibility.
The singer/songwriter delivers a heavier, denser album that shows cracks of light shining through the darkness.
The Bristol post-punk group builds on their breakout debut with hope, pain and lots of volume.