Train’s newest release is as upbeat as ever, but it’s nothing more or less than another shallow pop/rock indulgence.
The punk-metalcore band is back, and with an album that has several bright spots, even if it is a tad uneven.
February isn’t even over yet, and already we have an album to beat for best of the year.
If you’re still mourning the disbandment of Oasis, you need to stop and pick up Noel Gallagher’s new album.
The original American Idol is back, with an album that proves you don’t have to sell your soul to make good music.
In order to get the most out of life, you have to reflect on your past.
Their sound might be a little closer to Slipknot than MercyMe, but the Christian rock band has solidified their orchestral hard rock sound in such a way that ought to even make secular bands pay attention.