★★★★ Marilyn Manson is charged up to nth degree on their tenth studio album, ‘Heaven Upside Down.’ He’s back. They’re back. Who? Marilyn Manson! After a two-year hiatus (The Pale Emperor, 2015), the ripest of shock rockers drop an exhilarating tenth studio album, Heaven Upside Down. Considering he’s now 48, past his most lucrative prime,…
Foo Fighters bring the cool, the heat, and some musical diversity on their intriguing album following a three-year hiatus, ‘Concrete and Gold.’
Jack Johnson delivers a well-rounded affair with ‘All the Light Above It Too.’ He does a great job of balancing stripped and more electric moments.
★★★★ Canadian rockers Death from Above 1979 deliver a compelling, energetic third studio album with ‘Outrage! Is Now.’ Canadian punk-rock duo Death from Above 1979 – Jesse F. Keeler and Sebastien Grainger – returns with its latest studio album, Outrage! Is Now. Interestingly, Outrage! Is Now serves as only the third studio album by the…
Queens of the Stone Age returns strong with the utmost consistency on their compelling, hard rocking new album, ‘Villains.’
★★★½: Arguably, Canadian alt-rock darlings Arcade Fire deliver their weakest album to date with ‘Everything Now.’ Regardless, it has still has its moments.
Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit blends Americana, country, and rock seamlessly on ‘The Nashville Sound.’
Linkin Park returns with its seventh studio album, ‘One More Light.’ Unfortunately, fans wanting more bite will get more pop instead.
Harry Styles delivers a successful, enjoyable debut album with his highly anticipated, self-titled effort.
Following his sexy debut single “PARiS,” Cleveland bred musician JOEY-A returns with a second, equally sexy single, “JUiCE.”