Soilwork- A Whisp Of The Atlantic EP Review

Soilwork has stood at the forefront of Swedish metal for at least 20 years now, a juggernaut that has lived up to the insinuations of their name (i.e; working from the ground up). Eleven albums and a few lineup shifts in, their momentum shows no signs of slowing down; evidenced by the release of their…

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grandson- Death Of An Optimist Review

grandson is quickly carving a place out for himself as one of the most versatile and intriguing artists of the last few years. An American by birth, he moved to Canada at the age of 3 and left again to pursue a pro-league music career in Los Angeles after dropping out of college. RCA eventually…

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The Smashing Pumpkins- Cyr Review

Billy Corgan has kept himself busy over the last year. When last we left him, he was putting out his third solo album Cotillions, a full 17 tracks of roots-informed numbers deviating greatly from anything out of the Smashing Pumpkins catalogue. Then Phantogram put out their record Ceremony in May, which he made writing contributions…

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