Iron Maiden: The Book of Souls

Iron Maiden: The Book of Souls

By Adrien Begrand

Instead of coasting like a legacy act, the metal greats push themselves like never before on their 16th album. 31 Aug 2015 // 2:30 AM

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//Recent Reviews

25 Aug 2015 // 2:15 AM

Elbow: Lost Worker Bee EP

Lost Worker Bee can't help but feel like something of a stopgap, but it shows flashes of Elbow's brilliance.

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25 Aug 2015 // 2:10 AM

Teen Men: Teen Men

Teen Men's take on synth-pop isn't groundbreaking, but their strong command of melody makes the album fun and worthwhile.

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25 Aug 2015 // 2:05 AM

Ryn Weaver: The Fool

An electrifying, although imperfect, debut that rightfully sets the anti-pop princess on the map.

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Faith and Doubt in ‘Guardians of Knowhere #3’

In the midst of blood and battle, a moment unfolds, a human moment – in words, lines and colors.

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Roman à Clef: Abandonware

Roman à Clef quietly charms and shatters with this evocative debut album.

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‘Citizenfour’ Is Invaluable Cinéma Vérité

I welcome Oliver Stone’s forthcoming biopic about Snowden with an open mind, but I doubt that it will surpass the riveting realism of Citizenfour.

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24 Aug 2015 // 7:42 AM

Sorcery!: Episode 3

If you don't limit me by telling me what is possible, then I'll be far more interested in the journey that I have been sent on.

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Beach House: Depression Cherry

Indie dream pop band Beach House broaden their approach with bolder textures and brighter sounds on their fifth studio album.

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Barrence Whitfield and the Savages: Under the Savage Sky

Barrence Whitfield and the Savages sound as wonderfully raw and unhinged as ever on their latest record. Hopefully it will find an audience to match.

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The Maccabees: Marks to Prove It

Marks to Prove It shows that, even in 2015, Brit indie bands can still cut interesting and surprising recordings.

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//Mixed media
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Ubisoft Understands the Art of the Climb

// Moving Pixels

"Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed and Grow Home epitomize the art of the climb.

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