Singer-songwriter returns more confident than ever on her fifth studio album.
A look at the full-length debut from the band comprised of Anthrax’s Frank Bello and Megadeth’s David Ellefson.
A cautious happiness with a dab of bittersweet rings true on the songwriter’s latest achievement.
Arid and expansive, the latest from Bradford Cox and co. shimmers with thoughtful meditations on destruction.
The gothic doom metal band returns with its third album overall, and first in six years.
The band’s most popular album stands as the artistic culmination of a decade of game-changing indie rock.
The young queen of indie pop proves that she is here to stay on her debut full-length.
The Atlanta rapper proves he’s got depth beyond generic gangsta rap.
A musical gift to help alleviate the season’s heartbreak, greed, and tears.
The singer’s sophomore album is more of a data dump than a carefully crafted outing.
The Chicago emcee delivers an EP full of emotional depth and insight.
Too much filler, a lack of lyrical risks, and several uninspired features make for a lackluster record.