‘We Are Not Your Kind,’ the sixth album from Slipknot, is rich in both experimentation and beautiful frustration, even if it does fall apart at the end.
Every Yes show I see is different. And I’ve seen a lot of them. Eighteen, to be exact. And last night’s performance as part of The Royal Affair tour at Toronto’s Budweiser Stage was no different.
Meltdown: Live In Mexico showcases the 8-headed beast that this iteration of King Crimson has been playing as for the last few years.
BIG|BRAVE brings on waves of feedback, distortion, and claustrophobia with their beautiful and oppressive release, ‘A Gaze Among Them.’
Frank Carter & the Rattlesnakes get in your face and spill their guts, which is more pleasant than it sounds, on their third album, ‘End of Suffering.’
Cherry Red’s ‘Losing Touch with My Mind’ is a sprawling three-disc set featuring some of the best (and worst) of British psychedelia from the late 80s.
The latest album from pioneering space rock band, Failure, is a heady trip into science fiction and madness that leaves the listener in a bit of a tizzy.
‘You Won’t Get What You Want,’ the newest album from the Providence band, Daughters, is a challenging yet rewarding trip into the abyss.
The Leftscape is known for dealing with some challenging issues from time to time, but this is the first episode that has been given an official heads up.
The soundtrack for Seth A. Smith’s horror film, ‘The Crescent,’ is a quiet nightmare, filled with unsettling sounds and a disturbing lack of resolution.
Yes Featuring ARW has put out Live At The Apollo, which finds Anderson, Rabin, and Wakeman delivering a spectacular show that feels fresh and reinvigorated.
The live album, ‘At Your Birthday Party,’ reminds us why Guadalcanal Diary was one of the greatest Eighties bands that most of us never heard.