Phenotype is incredibly enjoyable. There is a good level of variety on the album, combining all the different aspects that Textures fan will have loved from past albums; while throwing in some exciting new ideas!
3/10 Creativity is clearly apparent throughout the album, but maybe there's a reason dub-reggae influences are rarely applied to pop music.
This is now the band's 4th album; and following their promotional releases looks like it could be their best yet! Will this Southampton based band finally realise their potential?
6/10 Standout tracks like Ungoliant provide reason to believe Sunsera have the potential to redefine the alt. rock genre.
The songs very well constructed, with excellent concepts, delivered through Mustaine's excellent vocal performance and lyrics, that match the music. Megadeth back to their best!
Being situated between Peace Sells, and Rust In Peace is like sitting at the bottom of a vast chasm surrounded by two behemoth mountains, and it is easy to get overlooked.
Glaswegian rockers Mason Hill have just launched their music career in style with the release of their self-titled debut EP. After touring Scotland for two years, honing their sound, the band have…
Panic! At The Disco return with their greatly anticipated 5th studio album, Death Of A Bachelor. This is an interesting album for the band, with Brendon Urie being the only official band…
January 12th marked a couple of famous album releases, but did I go for Spears or Zeppelin?
Brilliantly conceived and executed theme! "The combination of vocalists is terrific" and "the lyrics are powerful and emotional"