Zachary Cole Smith has overcome a multitude of problems to make this intensely powerful album
Album Review: Title Fight - 'Shed'
Their classic formula debut of melodic hardcore places life back into the punk rock scene
Sure, it doesn’t even try to mess with the basic template of the best melodic hardcore (um… melodic, hard, fast, emotional) but the pop sass shown in songs like ‘Coxton Yard’ and ‘Society’ are what lift Title Fight high above the more generic offerings from this sometimes tired scene. We’re looking forward to the next record already. Can we suggest ‘Trowel’ as a working title?
Order a copy of Title Fight's 'Shed' from Amazon
The film adaptation of R.L. Stine's classic horror novels is shockingly enjoyable
A defiantly bangerless take-me-seriously-as-an-artist album that reveals new charms every time you spin it
The utterly gripping story of how The Boston Globe exposed child abuse within the Catholic church
Hitmaker-for-hire makes a silk purse out of songs rejected by Rihanna, Adele and others