The Who’s first rock opera is unlike anything we’ve heard before or since.
Nearly 40 years after their classic debut, Diamond Head keep the wheels turning with The Coffin Train.
The fifth full-length LP from the Italian symphonic death metal outfit.
The Odd Future leader and friends create far more than just bangers and singles on this fully realized narrative record.
Genre-splicing singer-songwriter mixes pop, country, and R&B in tales of heartsick desperation.
The EDM pioneer makes his postmodern opus of blues and beats sound more like a happy mistake than a calculated comeback.
Talented guests and solid songwriting make for an enjoyable addition to the band’s legacy.
The veteran German industrial act unleashes its first album in a decade.
The pop star turns inward with a new set of producers and a new batch of love songs.
Australian indie rocker expands on her pop-punk soundscape on sophomore album.
On her second full-length album, the Chicago staple looks at life through the eyes of black cultural icons.
The Boston technical death metallers are back with their third LP.