Silverstein Shares New Video for “Madness”, ft. Princess Nokia


Post-Hardcore legends Silverstein are releasing their new album, A Beautiful Place To Drown, this Friday, March 6th, 2020 via UNFD Records. The band has shared their new video for their single “Madness” ft. rapper Princess Nokia! The band is currently on their 20th-anniversary tour in North America with Four Year Strong and I The Mighty! Watch it now! Continue reading


Nirvana’s Final Studio Album In Utero Turns 25


It’s hard to believe that the early 1990s are now a full generation plus in the rearview. One of the definitive albums of that era for any music fan is Nirvana’s Nevermind (DGC). Whether you like the band or the album or not, the impact they made with that album is still sending shockwaves being felt today. What about the band themselves? How do you top a masterpiece and a hit album you never wanted? Well if you were Kurt Cobain, you know the answer is you don’t even try. With their follow-up In Utero (also DGC), Cobain undoubtedly felt like they had made an album closer to what they were originally aiming for in their journey as a group: the vibe of raw punk, but with the sophisticated writing of great classic rock. It was a dichotomy that made the band so special and loved by both fans and critics. Of course not knowing at the time it would be their final studio work, but In Utero gives a pretty fair idea of what was possible for the “biggest band in the world” in 1993. Continue reading


All That Remains Launch New Video For Garth Brooks Cover


All That Remains released their latest album, Madness, to the masses back in April, and they’ve just uploaded a video for one of the most talked about tracks. The band decided to cover ‘The Thunder Rolls’ by Garth Brooks, and they’ve teamed up with Billboard to premiere the official video for their version of the Country classic today. Continue reading


All That Remains – Madness


I’m pretty good at separating the art from the artist. James Woods’ political leanings aren’t my cup of tea, but that doesn’t mean I’m going to change the station whenever Videodrome or Casino comes on. I can ignore his tweets and enjoy the work. That’s the approach I took with All That Remains’ latest, Madness (Razor & Tie).Continue reading