N*E*R*D – Fly Or Die (2004) – Review

Sink Or Swim. Milo here. With almost exclusive music-based posts I've been writing for the past few months, it seems strange to think that I haven't actually reviewed an album since December! I know, I know you've missed them. Alter-ego of production duo The Neptunes, N*E*R*D were formed in 1999, consisting of aforementioned Neptunes pre-big…Read more N*E*R*D – Fly Or Die (2004) – Review

Lamb of God – VII: Sturm und Drang (2015) Review

Still Echoes of Their Screams. Yo, this be Reuben. Taken me a while to review this one, eh. Ah well. From the redneck lands of Virginia, Lamb of God have sent waves through the music scene with their face-kicking, pube-ripping metal since their breakthrough release, Laid to Rest. Since the late 90's, this American metal band…Read more Lamb of God – VII: Sturm und Drang (2015) Review

Black Sabbath (Eponymous, 1970) Review

Without Warning, The Wizard Walks By. Yo, this be Reuben. Bear in mind this before you read this review. I'm 15, and I'm reviewing an album from 1970, so the details might be a bit rusty and I might accidentally write some Sabbath blasphemy along the way, but... Oh well, if you want to know…Read more Black Sabbath (Eponymous, 1970) Review

Red Hot Chili Peppers – One Hot Minute (1995) Review

Truth Belongs to Everybody. Yo, this be Reuben. We've already made it clear how much we like the Chili Peppers on this website, as they've topped mine and Milo's Top Ten Bands, held places in our Favourite Albums pages, and we even did a Top 25 Chili Peppers Songs, but, during all of this, One…Read more Red Hot Chili Peppers – One Hot Minute (1995) Review

Monster Truck – Sittin’ Heavy (2016) Review

Err, RIFFS. Yo, this be Reuben. To give ya some context, Monster Truck compile four of the biggest dudes from Canada into a blues rock outfit to give Thin Lizzy shivers. What they do best is blast rockin' choons through your head and Sittin' Heavy, their latest release, does that to the best they have…Read more Monster Truck – Sittin’ Heavy (2016) Review

Every Time I Die – Low Teens (2016) – Review

How Low Can You Go? Milo here. I've been consuming a lot of new stuff lately, mainly games and music, but you know, so I thought I'd share my thoughts on one of the new albums I've gotten my meaty man-grabbers on in the past week. Every Time I Die are a hardcore punk/metalcore outfit…Read more Every Time I Die – Low Teens (2016) – Review

The Dillinger Escape Plan – One of Us Is the Killer (2013) Review

Careful, Kids: Remember Not To Break Your Neck While Moshing. Yo, this be Reuben. I've been listening to a lot of metal recently, but that's been mostly Korn, so I'm not quite used to this. Well, when I say that, don't assume that means this is the first time I'm listening to this - I…Read more The Dillinger Escape Plan – One of Us Is the Killer (2013) Review