Posts Tagged ‘rating’

– By Dustin Blocker – “PUSH PLAY” Where to begin about Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band’s 18th studio record, High Hopes? Let’s break it down one at a time: There are bagpipes, synthesizers, 80’s saxophone, Gospel choirs and feral lead guitar (courtesy Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello). It also includes so…

– By Brandon Callies – “PUSH PLAY” A Day To Remember maintain their signature sound with their new album, Common Courtesy. The band is in a genre that makes it near impossible to break new ground, but they seem to consistently push the envelope and get better at their craft. Songs like “I Remember” and “Right Back At I…

– By Austin Reed – “PUSH PLAY” Psych-rock is a dangerous business. Unless you’ve spent the proper amount of time calibrating your sound to a matchless level of precision, it can oftentimes behave like an undercooked cupcake: good-to-go on the outside but runny and inconsistent where it matters. This probably wouldn’t b…

– By Brandon Callies – “PUSH PLAY” Korn recaptures people’s attention with their new hard hitting album, The Paradigm Shift. The band was able to find a happy medium between the raw sound of their first two albums and the more polished newer material. Songs like “Love & Meth” and “Spike In My Veins” harken back to the…