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Album of the Week, Get Involved!, Silk Cuts

Album of the Week, Get Involved!, Silk Cuts

In this week’s Album of the Week poll, you, the fans, voted Get Involved! to the top spot, for their album Silk Cuts. Check out the top five vote-getters below: 1. Get Involved! – Silk Cuts 2. Destrage – Are You Kidding Me? No. 3. Wolves Like Us – Black Soul Choir 4. Carnifex – Die […]

New Music Out Today, Vote for the Record of the Week

New Music Out Today, Vote for the Record of the Week

This week sees new shit from Carnifex, Comeback Kid, Earth Crisis, and more hitting stores. Check out the list of releases below and let us know which ones you’re snagging a copy of and which record should be the Album of the Week. Pick your favorite and feel free to vote as many times as […]

Review: Wolves Like Us — Black Soul Choir

Review: Wolves Like Us — Black Soul Choir

With a pedigree of previous bands as strong as you’re likely to find anywhere amidst the fjords, this Norwegian quartet’s brand of heavy rock is meaty and muscular,  whether it’s galloping through the fury of “When Will We Ever Sleep” or ripping through the fierce dynamics of tracks such as the kinetic “Dig with Your […]

Exclusive: Wolves Like Us Premiere New Music Video, “I Don’t Need to be Forgiven”

Exclusive: Wolves Like Us Premiere New Music Video, “I Don’t Need to be Forgiven”

Their new album, Black Soul Choir, hits stores March 4 via Prosthetic Records!

Album of the Week: Queensryche,  Queensryche

Album of the Week: Queensryche, Queensryche

In this week’s Album of the Week poll, you, the fans, voted Queensryche to the top spot, for their album Queensryche. Check out the top five vote-getters below: 1. Queensryche – Queensryche 2. Extol – Extol 3. Orphaned Land – All Is One 4. Abnormal Thought Patterns – Manipulation Under Anesthesia 5. Wolves Like Us – […]

Review: Wolves Like Us – Late Love

Review: Wolves Like Us – Late Love

Much like their ballyhooed countrymen in Kvelertak, this Norwegian group of rough-and-tumble punks sounds way more interested in rocking and rolling than raging against the machine. Wolves Like Us bring to mind Floridian greats Hot Water Music (check out “My Enemy”) and, in a big way, now-defunct hairy hardcore dudes Planes Mistaken For Stars, a […]