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Waterparks’ “Fandom” – Album Review

by Darlene Leal
Waterparks’ third album is finally here. Properly named “Fandom” for their steady presences online along with their faithful fanbase. Fandom addresses a variety of topics, from their online following to personal conflict, and the process of changing record labels. Fandom is much more personal and blunt. “I was really conscious of that this time. Last […]

Beautiful Oblivion – Album Review

by Darlene Leal
Since the self-titled release back in 2014, Issues has been killing it, especially since growing a reputation with their unique blend of metalcore and R&B. Beautiful Oblivion, their latest album, is a great addition to their collection of work. Tyler Carter’s voice goes well with the playful and unique sound of every song in the […]

Album Review: The Menzingers’ Hello Exile

by MackenzieTempleton
Pennsylvania’s gloomy pop-punk favorites, The Menzingers, are back with a soon-to-be treasured album, Hello Exile. If you’ve been a fan of these guys, you’re already familiar with their dripping in nostalgia sound and larger than life vocals courtesy of Greg Barnett and Tom May. If this is your first time hearing about this band, this […]

Korn – “The Nothing” Review

by Darlene Leal
“The Nothing” is a fitting name for the emotionally darker album. Korn’s, front man, Jonathan Davis recently discussed his own battles with the darkness in his life, from his views on the political state of the country to the recent loss of his wife to an overdose. Again, “The Nothing” is an exploration of some darker […]

Tool Returns with “Fear Inoculum”

by Darlene Leal
It’s been a long-awaited return for the fans of the metal rock band Tool, but the wait is finally over. “Fear Inoculum” dropped on Aug. 30 at midnight. The album can be streamed through Apple Music, Spotify, and Tidal. With ten songs on the album, it ranges around an hour and a half long of […]

Banks Returns with “III”

by Darlene Leal
Banks returns after a three-year hiatus with her third album, “III.” Banks’ third album perfectly encompasses what she’s known for, her breathy-raspy whispering and sighs, ghostly melodies and her heavily auto-tuned ballads. Banks can be considered to be part of “alternative R&B” genre, and comparable to the likes of Billie Eilish and Lana Del Ray, […]