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Latest Reviews - May 02, 2016
Sunwolf
(Eve)
2016
Staff Rating: Crank this to 9 of 11
|    Editor's Pick
Genre: Post rock, Atmospheric metal, Drone
Sounds Like: Cult of Luna, Red Sparrowes, Callisto
Sunwolf from Scotland have been grinding out atmospheric, post-metal drone music since 2012. The first three albums, Beyond The Sun (2012), Midnight Moon (2013) and Beholden To Nothing and No One (2014) were very atmospheric with elements of doom, sludge, drone and some am... Full Review and Video Clip
Future Elevators
(Modern World)
2016
Staff Rating: Crank this to 7.4 of 11
Genre: Pop, Indie
Sounds Like: Broken Bells, Maroon 5
Tired of Maroon 5 or disappointed in the new Broken Bells album, well take a gander at  Future Elevators. The quintet from Birmingham, Alabama’s latest effort, Modern World should intrigue fans of the modern pop and indie rock genres. With clean singing, solid musicianship and go... Full Review and Video Clip
Magadan
(Still Life)
2015
Staff Rating: Crank this to 8.9 of 11
Genre: Progressive rock
Sounds Like: The Tea Party, Flotsam and Jetsam, Spock's Beard
Ironic indeed... the obscure wanting to be more obscure while leaving little if no trail of information so as to force a mystical aura yet advertise the mystique to try and drum up an interest to increase their popularity in a roundabout way. Ok... Confusing we know. After scouring the internet in a... Full Review and Video Clip
Droids Attack
(Sci-Fi Or Die)
2016
Staff Rating: Crank this to 9.2 of 11
|    Editor's Pick
Genre: Stoner rock, Sludge
Sounds Like: Clutch, Crowbar, Baroness
Look up top at the 'sounds like' section. We know, bold and perhaps unlikely? Fact of the matter is Droids Attack are back after a six year hiatus and their newest album delivers elements of some very legendary acts. Sci-Fi or Die is a stellar dose of aggressive sludge and precision grooves... Full Review and Video Clip
Ten Waves Of You
(Sail)
2016
Staff Rating: Crank this to 8.2 of 11
Genre: Post rock, Ambient
Sounds Like: Mogwai, Tortoise
One man projects are usually a gamble. Is the music over or under produced? Does it sound auto tuned or too computerized? Well, none of these factors are found in 10 Waves Of You second release Sail. Artist Luca Crivellaro from Vigevano, Italy is the mastermind behind this one man band. He ... Full Review and Video Clip
Bodies Of Water
(A Certain Feeling)
2008
Staff Rating: Crank this to 9.3 of 11
|    Editor's Pick
Genre: Indie, Folk Rock
Sounds Like: Dark Dark Dark, Lost in the Trees, Polyphonic Spree
What a perfectly titled album. A Certain Feeling will drown you in delight after the first full listen and certainly evoke a unique feeling. Bodies of Water capture the revival hippie era and blend it into something very much their own. The theatrical nature of this album is so exceptional ... Full Review and Video Clip
Nyss
(ST)
2016
Staff Rating: Turn this to 1 of 11
Genre: Black Metal, Noise rock, Experimental
Sounds Like: Late night tv static
We have no clue if NYSS is a one man project or an actual band. What we do know is this album may induce migraines if played at high volumes. The album cover is terrific, the lonesome winter landscape makes for a captivating cover, so naturally we were intrigued. It’s virtually impossible to f... Full Review and Video Clip
Kalisantrope
(Anatamy of the World)
2014
Staff Rating: Crank this to 8.5 of 11
Genre: Prog-rock, Free jazz
Sounds Like: Emerson Lake and Palmer, Can, Yes
Looking for some modern Prog rock to sink your teeth into? Well look no further than Kalisantrope from Milan, Italy. Their 2014 release entitled Anatomy of the World is an impressive debut that has flown way under the radar. The instrumental trio has brilliantly injected that 70s prog rock ... Full Review and Video Clip
Trillion
(Dreaming Black)
2016
Staff Rating: Turn this to 6.1 of 11
Genre: Hard rock, Grunge
Sounds Like: For Love Not Lisa, Screaming Trees, Jerry Cantrell
Grunge styed rock from Budapest, Hungary? Trillion’s debut album Dreaming Black will transport you back to that late 90s thru early 2000s rock era. At a time when bands were transitioning from that Seattle grunge stereotype to a more open-ended modern day heavy rock style. The ban... Full Review and Video Clip
Lascar
(Absence)
2016
Staff Rating: Turn this to 5.6 of 11
Genre: Atmospheric black metal, Shoegaze
Sounds Like: Locrian, Gnaw Their Tounges
The combination of black metal and shoegaze should be something of monumental proportions. The two genres can work together beautifully when performed at a high level. Lascar from Santiago, Chile has released an assaulting album of black metal and shoegaze on their third released Absence. T... Full Review and Video Clip
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