I’ve been a fan of Trent Reznor’s work for 20 years now and Nine Inch Nails was my “gateway drug” into the goth-industrial music of the 90s.
A few days ago, a fifteen minute long video teasing a number of tracks for the new Queens Of The Stone Age album “…Like Clockwork” was set forth unto the world. Read on for our review of “Keep Your Eyes Peeled”.
Daft Punk is about to own the Summer with their new album “Random Access Memories”. Keep reading for our review of their 2006 music video for “Prime Time Of Your Life”.
Daft Punk return with their first record in eight years, ditching their computers for a live band to create a towering, history traversing achievement.
David Bowie has never been one to shy away from the controversial and bizarre. Keep reading for our review of David Bowie’s “The Next Day”.
Grimes is the stage name for a Canadian gal named Claire Boucher. Keep reading for our review of Grimes’ “Genesis”.
A general dissatisfaction of life has always been the cornerstone of any Wavves record, and their latest album Afraid of Heights continues the misanthropic musings of lead singer Nathan Williams. The upbeat (but by no means cheery) tracks of King of the Beach have been replaced with aggression more akin to the band’s 2011 EP Life Sux. Energetic and angsty [...]
It’s been just over three years since Alkaline Trio‘s last proper studio album, This Addiction, was released and returned the band to a bit of a more stripped down sound more akin to their earlier efforts. With their latest album, My Shame Is True, The Trio, comprised of Matt Skiba (guitars/vocals), Daniel Andriano (bass/vocals) and Derek Grant [...]
Justin Timberlake is a savior among the entertainment industry. Ok, that may be dramatic, but did you enjoy an episode of SNL when he wasn’t hosting? Didn’t think so. We’ve seen him go from that platinum-frosted, curly-haired kid in the ultimate boy band to a pillar in the most unlikely genre, hip-hop. As the music [...]
After twenty years of silence, My Bloody Valentine has created a worthy follow-up to 1991′s “Loveless”.
Here is our soundtrack reivew for Howard Shore Soul of the Ultimate Nation It may seem strange that someone of the caliber of Academy Award and Grammy Award-winning composer Howard Shore would be composing soundtrack music for an online game, but Shore is actually no stranger to quirky projects. Though most famous for The Lord [...]