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Articles by Brice Ezell
The offbeat songwriter’s third album both exemplifies and distorts his genius.
The return of the band’s early ’90s lineup results in an EP dressed in concept album clothes.
Fifty years later, The Beatles’ landmark album keeps influencing the unlikely.
The band’s bleakest studio album feels eerily relevant in these grave times.
Colorful instrumentation and insistent hooks overpower the uneven parts of the band’s fifth studio outing.
Arkansas doom metal project remain a beacon of consistency on their third studio album.
A professional but uninspired collaboration between metal heavyweights.