Morning Parade look backward and forward on this great album.
Shiite clerics in Iraq are reportedly bludgeoning gay teenagers to death with cement bricks.
Two brand new songs and four reworkings of older ones, all done acoustically.
Epitaph re-releases Weezer’s first hated, then loved, Pinkerton with more songs.
Jimmy Eat World delivers some "sweetness" and punchy hooks on its seventh album. But does it rank high beside its best works from 1999 and 2001?
Slayer, Megadeth, and Testament laid waste to Seattle's Wamu Theatre with a brutal night of thrash.
So what's this Twilight business all about, anyway?
The highly regarded dark punksters of Jawbreaker get a worthy and long overdue release of its debut record.
Motion City Soundtrack safely survives the move to major-label status with its angst-ridden wit and whiplash tempos intact.
Paramore — the new Evanescence — returns with their 3rd album.