With their bigger and better second album, London-based indie/dance band Boxed In have earned their breakout moment
Nice to know that, in these days of ironic splatter movies and pseudo-goth metallers masking their bloodthirsty onstage theatre as sociological comment, there's still some hardy fellows willing to di
Neanderthal to the core, with a dumb-smart sense of humour where guitar solos usually lie, 'Famous Monsters' is so heavy it could incinerate MTV 'punk-rock' muppets like Blink 182 in a flash. It's so heavy it will, quite literally, make your ears bleed and your toenails explode.
And at no point will Graves et al blame the blood-splattered shebang on their white-trash childhood or not being breast-fed as infants. This, indeed, is a good thing.
Islamic mythology meets the horror of war in this claustrophobic, low-budget spine-tingler
California’s coolest lift their usual murk on a free-spirited, adventurous third album at odds with its ‘mature’ description
The New York new wave reprobates’ debut delivers instant gratification via boisterous choruses and loveable melodies
This Floridian trio’s peculiar take on pop music takes gloomy cues from Depeche Mode and The Smiths