Our staff selects their absolute favorite records from a wild and unpredictable year of music.
Rhode Island noise-rockers Daughters are back with their first album in eight years, the recently released You Won’t Get What You Want. Having just completed a fall run of dates, the band has announced tours of North America and …
The trek kicks off February 16th in Philadelphia and runs through a March 13th show in Brooklyn, New York.
After an eight-year gap between albums, Daughters return with a new sound that’s slower, darker and more industrial.
The band will kick off a tour on September 27th in Toronto, Canada.
The band’s upcoming album, Loved, arrives August 31st via Season of Mist.
The metal duo add new vocal collaborations and post-rock to their abrasive collages of pandemonium.
Start of the iconic industrial outfit’s reissue series to coincide with the 40th anniversary of their debut, The Second Annual Report.
Free album comes with a plea to donate to Heyer’s family.
Los Angeles thrashers rip back the veil on society.
The four-track collection arrives later this month via Innovative Leisure.
MC Ride, Zach Hill, Andy Morin are at work on the follow-up to 2016’s Bottomless Pit.