Following their meteoric rise to the top three years ago, Royal Blood stick to their guns and offer up more punishing riffage on ‘How Did We Get So Dark?’
After the industry hype, The Amazons deliver an imperfect and confused but ultimately promising debut album.
Linkin Park’s seventh album ‘One More Light’ is a confused and virtually unlistenable mess.
At The Drive-In’s first recorded music in 17 years is a worthwhile exercise, but ‘in·ter a·li·a’ doesn’t ever really come close to their finest moments.
‘Gargoyle’ is a reminder of Mark Lanegan’s talent as an artist in his own right, not just us a creative foil for others.
One of the most commercially successful albums of first-wave British punk, The Stranglers’ debut ‘Rattus Norvegicus’ turns 40 years old.
Building on their 2014 debut, Happyness have released one of the best British guitar albums of the year so far with ‘Write In’.
‘Emperor Of Sand’, Mastodon’s seventh album, sees the metal wizards in scintillating form.
The Dewaele brothers deliver the first proper Soulwax album in 13 years, and while their sound may now be a little dated, it’s still thrilling.
Former Gallows frontman Frank Carter and his current band The Rattlesnakes descended upon Leeds.