Gym Class Heroes' latest album, The Papercut Chronicles II, was worth the wait. Front man Travie McCoy brings the band to the next level with inventive rhymes and a killer back beat that will keep you moving throughout.
Love II is both AvA's fourth album and the final release in the Tom Delonge-led project's 'Love trilogy' including the first Love album and the 2011 space-narrative film Love. With the release of Blink-182's newest album just a few months ago, it is definitely a good year to be a Tom Delonge fan.
For over a decade Coldplay has been streaming from our speakers, dancing through the air and finding their way into our hearts. With their newly released album Mylo Xyloto, they have most certainly proved why they have dominated the airwaves and will continue to do so for years to come.
Soon after listening to the first track you realize Noel Gallagher was set out to prove he was the better half of Oasis. Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds opens with “Everybody’s on the Run,” and it’s nothing short of epic. Ever since a version of it from a sound check was leaked on YouTube, Oasis fans have awaited a finalized version.
A Place Where the Sun is Silent is a miserable excuse for an album. Unfortunately for Epitaph Records, the Raleigh, North Carolina natives produced a 16 song album for a niche that, while small, still hasn’t died out. This album is the epitome of bad; it is not pop but leans heavily towards it with many four chord songs, while also trying to appear tough with the rougher vocals that never truly fit into any of the songs.
In Mayday Parade’s third studio album self-titled, Mayday Parade, the pop-punk band from Tallahassee, FL proves that they have staying power.