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Sum 41 hold nothing back on 'Order In Decline'
Unafraid to switch things up stylistically too, there are new shapes and forms for Sum 41 to try out.
Goon's 'Heaven Is Humming' is everything you could want from a debut release
An unexpected journey of lo-fi pop ballads to gritty and dark-grunge jams.
'Automat' is a trip back in time for both long-time and new Metz fans alike
This album is jam-packed with gems from the past.
Gauche chuck in everything from tasty guitar licks to the kitchen sink with 'A People's History of Gauche'
Some of these songs could have made one hell of a statement.
Bleached's 'Don't You Think You've Had Enough?' is a huge leap forward in both style and substance
Bleached appear here like a band reborn and are all the better for it.
Jamie Lenman's 'Shuffle' is devilishly smart, wonderfully intimate and fascinatingly unique
It's more inventive than even the best covers albums.
Prince Daddy & The Hyena's 'Cosmic Thrill Seekers ' is a grungy, indie-rock soap-opera
‘Cosmic Thrill Seekers’ captures the drama perfectly.
'An Obelisk' finds Titus Andronicus at their most direct, a whip-smart punk assault
A record without an inch of fat.
Bad Books 'III' is a worthy addition to the canon
You probably won’t be sticking this one at parties.
Three years after their debut record, Petrol Girls are still ballsy as ever
More experimental, introspective, and personal.
With 'In Plain Sight', Honeyblood offer up another release steeped in darkness
One thing that hasn’t reduced with the line-up change is the ambition.
Amyl and the Sniffers' 'Monsoon Rock' is unmuzzled, untethered and untamed
'Untitled' is the sound of Rammstein at the peak of their creative powers
A newfound sense of range lends itself well to their usual shtick.
Alex Lahey's 'The Best of Luck Club' rocks out with tuneful ruminations about love, mental health, self-doubt and vibrators
Lahey makes the everyday feel like something to belt out at the top of your lungs.
The Get Up Kids may have got older, but they're still showing plenty of their initial spark
Amongst the noise and riotous charm, there are some beautifully measured moments.
Employed To Serve return with another feral and ferocious offering
There are very few bands that hit this hard.
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