American hard rock band L.A. Guns were spawned out of the Sunset Strip club scene that also generated bands such as Ratt, Dokken, Quiet Riot, Mötley Crüe, Stryper, Racer X, Poison and most notably Guns N' Roses.
Ray Dalfsen puts the ‘amp’ in ‘champ’, his vocals loud and livid over a battlefield of jagged punk hooks.
Melbourne’s indie-punk trailblazer reaches new heights on her head-turning second solo album.
St. Leonards is a fun album, and one well worth cranking the portable stereo for.
With the aptly titled Erase Me, Underoath tinker their signature chaos for a new generation.
Djarimirri (Child Of The Rainbow) is hauntingly beautiful, showcasing not just an ambitious triumph in uncompromising devotion, but a lifetime of accumulated talent.
"Only a harrowing voice and a timeless sounding electric guitar – mostly locked on a neck pickup with a sparkling twang – remain."
Robb Flynn says Machine Head’s new album looks to the band’s early days in order to charge into the future.
The new DZ Deathrays album is bloody lovely – no, really, that’s what it’s called. Matt Doria catches up with a whopping half of the band to vibe on it.
"When one of rock’s favourite oddballs tells you you’re in for something “bizarre”, it’s like riding a rollercoaster with a blindfold on."
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