Read on to find out why I enjoyed "Soon Comes NIght" and its mix of strong guest vocalists, well written lyrics, melodic synths and charging drums.
Read on to find out why I like the combination of sharp lyrics, powerful vocals, interlocking synths and driving drums on "Machinery."
Billie Eilish is an award winning singer and songwriter who has shot to worldwide stardom as a young teen. Her music pushes the boundaries on subject matters such as suicide and murder, her songs are at times haunting and offer a unorthodox mix of sounds and moods. Check out her top hits.
Read on to find out why I enjoyed the combination of powerful lyrics, expressive vocals and engaging music on "When The Nothing Shines Upon."
"Return to Port Royal: Definitive Edition" is a freshly re-recorded and updated version of Blazon Stone's first album, originally released in 2013.
"Metal Strikes Back: Definitive Edition" is an updated, newly re-recorded version of the 2nd album from Swedish speed metallers Rocka Rollas.
Read on to find out why I enjoyed the way that the artists who did remixes for "Distorted Remixes" retained the integrity of the original music while adding their own creative voices to it.
Read on to find out why I felt that the remixes on "The Year Was Still 2120" respected the original tunes on which they're based while enhancing and expanding them.
Check out the best songs by singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran including his top singles "Perfect" and "Shape of You." Sheeran began his career busking on the streets of England in his teens and quickly rose to fame—sellingmillions of albums worldwide. Read on to learn more about this artist!
Read on to find out why I enjoyed the way in which "Trick or Treat" captures the entertainingly terrifying essence of classic teen slasher movies.
Read on to find out why I enjoyed the warmth, energy and feel good vibes of M.K. Khan's "Weekends on Earth."
Read on to find out why I was drawn to Kizunaut's stark, uncompromising musical and lyrical examination of our isolating, hollow social media driven culture in "The City By The Sea."
Read on to find out why I enjoyed the combination of a dark cyberpunk sonic world, hard-hitting lyrics and expressive vocals on Virtual Intelligence's PAINSYNC album.
1987's "Pleasures of the Flesh" was the second studio album by Bay Area thrash metal pioneers Exodus, introducing new front man Steve "Zetro" Sousa.
Read on to find out why I enjoyed the mixture of powerful aggression, orchestral elements and driving energy on Cosmic Calamity.
Read on to find out why I enjoyed GeoVoc’s "Behind Closed Doors" album's emotion, warmth and genuine expression.
Read on to find out why I enjoyed the cinematic vocal and synth journey that Connör's album "Out of Traumaville" delivers.
1988's "Ram It Down" seems to have been forgotten by all but the most diehard Judas Priest fans.
Savatage's second major label release, 1986's "Fight for the Rock," was an ill-advised commercial disaster that almost destroyed the band.
Read on to find out why I was compelled by the mixture of intricate synth-shredding solos that fly through the tracks, oscillating pulsations of bass and the full sounding drums that throb through the music.
Read on to find out why I enjoyed the sonic imagery created by SoundEngine on his ""Squalor City Part II: The Underbelly" album.
Read on to find out more about the complex, layered and nuanced interlinking of synth sounds that Europaweite Aussichten creates on "The Night Is Revolution."
Judas Priest's "Demolition," released in 2001, was the second (and final) studio album to feature replacement vocalist Tim "Ripper" Owens.
Read on to find out why I enjoyed the depth of emotional expression on The Last Years Future Ghosts EP.