Suicidal for Life is the very controversial studio album by American crossover thrash metal band Suicidal Tendencies released in 1994. It has the contribution of bassist Robert Trujillo (current bassist for Metallica).
Read on to find out why I thought "Dawn of Delusion" was an unsparing attack on the ears and a stark, bleak, blunt comment on the parts of human life we don’t like to look at or discuss.
The 1988 debut album by German/American hard rock act Kingdom Come was constantly compared to Led Zeppelin, with many accusing the band of plagiarism.
Danzig 6:66 Satan's Child is the 6th studio album by Glenn Danzig's band and solo project Danzig. It was released in 1999 and it continues in the experimental style of the previous album.
Read on to find out why I enjoy how "Dream/Decay" explores dark voids of bleak sound, brief moments of gentler respite and creates a lost, wandering feeling as it unfolds.
Read on to find out why I enjoy how "The Vanishing" creates unsettling sensations that reach their grasping tentacles out and draw the listener into a weird, deadly sonic world.
Read on to find out why I find "Odyssey of Noise Vol. II" compelling as it travels down pathways that are enfolded in seething darkness shot through with more effulgent moments.
Read on to find out why I enjoy the way that "Project Echo" takes listeners a journey through melodic soundscapes shot through with hope and triumph that is tempered by darker, more shadowed elements.
Read on to find out why I was drawn to "Volt Rectifier and the Circuit of Life's" dark electronic energy, many complex layers of synth sounds and shadowy cyberpunk atmosphere.
Find out why I enjoyed the way that "Anomaly" creates sensations of shadow, threat and danger interspersed with delicate warmth, melancholy and drift through its different musical elements.
Crimson Glory's third album, "Strange and Beautiful," was a major departure from their previous progressive metal sound.
Read on to find out why I was drawn to the aching, melancholy nostalgia of "Tales From The Coast" with strong vocal performances, electric guitar which adds unique timbres to the songs, textured synths along with throbbing beats and sonic painting.
"Rejoice in the Suffering" is the debut solo album from Queensrÿche front man Todd La Torre.
1982's "Rock in a Hard Place" is Aerosmith's only album without guitarist Joe Perry.
Read on to find out why I enjoyed the combination of powerful guitar work, driving drums and intricately interwoven synths on "Glitch of Consciousness."
Aerosmith's "Night in the Ruts" was released in 1979, at a point when the band was coming apart at the seams.
Read on to find out why I was drawn to the emotive vocals, well-written lyrics, strong melodies and layers of sound that build and grow together on "Last Man Standing."
Read on to find out why I enjoy the energetic blast through neon-drenched retrowave sounds on Mr. Creep's "Outrun Is Dead."
Read on to find out why I enjoy the way in which "Voyager-12" flows and glides, full of smooth energy and hypnotic beats that move from smooth downtempo beats to flowing trance tracks, throbbing house music vibes and some easily flowing drum n’ bass.
Read on to find out why I enjoyed the combination of icy synths, strong vocals and interesting lyrics on "Lovers and Losers" by Logan Sky and Steven Jones.
This article will explore some fun band names for bands in the punk, metal, and hard rock genres.
Read on to find out why I enjoyed the way that "Lost Summer" shines with light, is suffused with a feeling of ease and cuts through the dark fog of our current world.
Read on to find out more about the intensity, complexity and rich sound of "Dying Devices" and how it conveys a wide range of emotions and auditory sensations.
Read on to find out why I enjoy the melodically rich, textured and energetic blast of synthwave on "Time Driven."
Read on to find out why I enjoyed how Keiji Otarii finds ways to make basic 8-bit chip sounds into a complex and rapidly shifting musical landscape on "Dreams Are Fan Fiction Of Reality."
Read on to find out why I enjoy the dark journey of "Seize The Night." It’s full of shadows, hard edges and the feeling of imminent and ominous danger.