Album Review: You Me At Six – Cavalier Youth

After the unequivocal success of You Me At Six’s previous album, ‘Sinners Never Sleep’, you can argue that expectations were high for the quintet’s fourth studio album. ‘Cavalier Youth’ proves to be one of those albums that suffers from Benjamin Button Syndrome. Sure, they’ve never sounded bigger or better than this. Every track is polished … Continue reading

Video: Twin Atlantic – Heart And Soul

The bonnie wee Scot rockers Twin Atlantic returned to our ears a few weeks ago and now they’re back with the official video for ‘Heart And Soul’. Much like their newfound sound, their latest video is pop-tastic. Clearly, McTrusty & Co had a lot of fun with the green screen. You can watch all the … Continue reading

Video: Fall Out Boy – Love, Sex, Death

Fresh off the back of a remarkable comeback album and summer of touring, Fall Out Boy are back with new material in the shape of a new EP called ‘PAX AM Days’. The raucous EP was recorded in Ryan Adam’s studio back in July 2013, in just two days. You can purchase the band’s latest … Continue reading

Album Review: Kings Of Leon – Mechanical Bull

A decade after Kings Of Leon graced rock n’ roll with ‘Youth & Young Manhood’ – a debut packed with hillbilly haircuts and hard-rocking, bluesy guitars over frontman Caleb Followill‘s exuberant raw hollerin’, they’re back with their sixth album, ‘Mechanical Bull’. A lot of things have changed over the course of the Followill’s career since … Continue reading

Album Review: The 1975 – The 1975

They might be called The 1975 but the quartet from Manchester channel a very 80’s vibe on their highly-anticipated eponymous debut album. Playing under a number of different names before settling on The 1975 in January 2012, the band have been on an incredible journey, touring extensively whilst promoting four EPs (‘Facedown’, ‘Sex’, ‘Music for … Continue reading

Video: Kids In Glass Houses – Peace

Welsh-rockers Kids In Glass Houses keep their ‘Peace’ album rolling with the official music video for the eponymous single, ‘Peace’. Following on from ‘Drive’, ‘Peace’ is an absolute belter; a rare, genuine rock anthem in the modern age of music. The video features a love-triangle that threatens to destroy friendships. Watch the official video below. … Continue reading

Album Review: Arctic Monkeys – AM

Circa 2005, a teenage Alex Turner introduced Arctic Monkeys to the world with their video for ‘I Bet You Look Good On The Dancefloor‘, adding: “Don’t believe the hype.” Ironic really, since their debut album ‘Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not‘ rocketed to the top of the charts, winning them numerous accolades … Continue reading

Video: Panic! At The Disco – This Is Gospel

Dynamic duo Brendan Urie and Spencer Smith, known collectively as Panic! At The Disco continue to impress with ‘This Is Gospel’, off of their upcoming fourth studio album ‘Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die!’. The ingenious video was directed by Daniel Cloud Campos and it features frontman Brendan Urie on the receiving end … Continue reading

Album Review: Fall Out Boy – Save Rock And Roll

Four years on from their indefinite hiatus, Fall Out Boy’s rise and fall is quite a unique tale. After gaining a small, loyal fanbase off of the early success of E.P’s and 2003’s ‘Take This To Your Grave‘, nothing could’ve prepared the quartet for what happened next. Subsequent albums ‘From Under The Cork Tree‘ and … Continue reading

Album Review: Paramore – Paramore

Change is inevitable, be it for better or worse. After a torrid time in the band’s career where they parted ways with brothers Josh and Zac Farro, Paramore were on the verge of calling it quits. Thankfully, the remaining trio of Hayley Williams, Jeremy Davis and Taylor York moved the fuck on. Unveiling their fourth studio album’s title as ‘Paramore’, it signified that this is Paramore and that this is … Continue reading