Steven is lead singer of Detroit, Michigan's alt hardcore/metal band Hollow Earth.
Is there such a thing as progressive post-hardcore? If not, Into Another might have invented it on their ambitious 1994 album Ignaurus.
Layered vocal harmonies, sparse arrangements, and subtle genre-mixing entrance the listener on Ida's 2000 album Will You Find Me
Deftones combined hardcore, thrash, metal, and more in the 90s as they became one of the most interesting and ambitious bands of the 2000s
Is the Gin Blossoms' 1996 sophomore album Congratulations, I'm Sorry a worthy follow-up or an actual miserable experience?
We check out the 1995 debut album Red And Clear by Giants Chair and unexpectedly undercover a 90s Kansas City post-punk math rock scene
We're joined by DMO Union members to discuss new albums out in 2019 from Fastball, Beck, Big Wreck, Ride, Sebadoh, Redd Kross and more
On the 1999 album Blue, Third Eye Blind expanded their radio friendly sound, but did grander ambition lead result in a sophomore slump?
On their third and final record Wrecreation, Stanford Prison Experiment bring the post-punk riffs, but is it an album of album tracks?
Local H managed a rare twofer on their 1998 concept album Pack Up The Cats - songs that shine within and outside the context of the concept
On the follow-up to their teenage debut, Silverchair fattened the sound but not the sales, we try to figure out what happened.
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