Reviews

Review: Murmur, The Boundless Black

Connecticut hardcore veterans take a sharp detour into the acoustic realm, with stunning results You’d be forgiven for double-checking the liner notes on The Boundless Black to make sure that you had the right album. After all, with half of Murmur’s personnel hailing from 100 Demons (Peter Morcey) and the other half listing Jagged Visions



Review: Mark Deutrom, The Blue Bird

Ex-Melvins bassist ascends heady new heights in his trippy post-rock journey Austin-based multi instrumentalist Mark Deutrom has carved a wide niche into the trunk of post-90s experimental music. Entering the scene in the 80s, Deutrom co-founded San Francisco’s Alchemy Records, producing the likes of Neurosis and Melvins, and eventually playing bass for the latter in



Meshuggah: The Vinyl Remasters

The Swedish tech metal pioneers serve up a limited re-release of EPs and full-length albums with full vinyl remastering and brand new art Swedish technical metal pioneers Meshuggah have created an expansive legacy of such depth and such uncompromising ambition that recounting their achievements feels redundant. They are a genre unto themselves; a fully-realized creative



Review: Flight – A Leap Through Matter

Flight’s sophomore outing sees the Norwegians doubling down on their 70s rock and roll fantasy. Like their fellow Scandinavians in Audrey Horne, this retro Norwegian quartet joyfully worship at the Altar of 70s Hard Rock. Tapping into the swaggering might of early Judas Priest, Scorpions and Thin Lizzy, Flight waste zero time trying to obscure