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GosT Blends Metal With Moroder and Horror Movies on ‘Maleficarum’

Not to be confused with skeleton mask-wearing Swedish metal band Ghost, skeleton mask-wearing American solo project GosT specializes in bridging extreme metal with the more…
Adrien Begrand / August 10, 2016

How Good Is That Temple of the Dog Album, Actually?

For a brief spell yesterday morning, social media was in a state of excitement over a band we hadn't really heard from in a quarter-century:…
Adrien Begrand / July 21, 2016

Review: Gojira Deserve to Take Experimental Riffage Mainstream on ‘Magma’

In 1988, Canadian band Voivod pulled off one of the most stunning musical transformations in heavy-metal history. After three albums that pushed the boundaries of…
Adrien Begrand / June 16, 2016

Review: Twin Peaks Mature Like Billion-Dollar Babies on ‘Down in Heaven’

As rewarding as it is to discover young artists that bring fresh ideas to new music, it’s still immensely satisfying to hear young rock bands…
Adrien Begrand / May 19, 2016

Review: Jessy Lanza Does Retro-Futurism Proud on ‘Oh No’

Through a creative partnership with Jeremy Greenspan of Junior Boys, the Hamilton, Ontario-based Jessy Lanza quietly made a name for herself in 2013 by signing…
Adrien Begrand / May 9, 2016

Review: The Black Queen Are the Brutalist Jam and Lewis on ‘Fever Daydream’

If you’ve ever considered the Dillinger Escape Plan’s recent output and wondered whatever happened to the genre-bending ambition that made 2007’s Ire Works one of…
Adrien Begrand / January 29, 2016

Review: Girl Band Abrade and Explode on First Full-Length ‘Holding Hands With Jamie’

After signing with Rough Trade, Dublin foursome Girl Band could have coasted complacently on their comparatively inoffensive 2012 debut, France 98, but instead, to their…
Adrien Begrand / September 28, 2015

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