Longtime fans of the Police should view the CD that comes with The Police Around the World set as an indispensable addition to their collections.
Fucked Up commemorate their 2011 landmark David Comes to Life with Do All Words Can Do, a B-sides compilation capturing the spirit of the original, even at a fraction of the length.
Quirky art-rock outfit Guerilla Toss sacrifice little of their magnificent strangeness by leaning mainstream on their Sub Pop debut, Famously Alive.
Stone Temple Pilots guitarist Dean DeLeo and Nashville session ace Tom Bukovac mesh seamlessly on their remote collaboration, Trip the Witch.
Sneaker Pimps producers Chris Corner and Liam Howe return with the slow-paced Squaring the Circle that plays it safer than their talents warrant.
Black Rebel Motorcycle Club’s Robert Levon Been could’ve settled for artificial slickness and clichéd affectations to go with The Card Counter‘s gambling aesthetic. Instead, he created a haunting soundtrack.
Scorn’s new LP adds to the foundation Mick Harris built 30 years ago. We spoke with Mick Harris, Kool Keith, and Submerged about how their universes collided.
Cannibal Corpse have always exploited violence while doggedly refusing to contemplate what it means. Violence Unimagined thrills nonetheless.
Genghis Tron turn 180 degrees from their metal past for one of the most breathtaking re-inventions in heavy music history on Dream Weapon.