Review: Architects ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’

After the immense record that was Lost Forever // Lost Together, it was questionable whether or not Architects would be able to create an album that would be equal in quality, let alone surpass it. And whilst musically they may have not quite reached the same standard, the magic in All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us lies elsewhere. A heavy title to match its heavy track listing and heavier still lyrics, this is an album worth taking the time to listen to. Continue reading Review: Architects ‘All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us’


Muse – ‘Aftermath’

A beautiful music video to match a beautiful song, Muse’s latest video for ‘Aftermath’ is a real tear-jerker. As if the lyrics for the song weren’t enough on their own, this video really encapsulates the whole meaning behindĀ Drones. Muse’s constant appeal for peace and fighting the system – across most of their songs, not just their latest album – is truly inspirational. Even if you only listen for the music, you won’t be able to walk away having not taken at least part of their message with you. Another wonderful job, guys.

Panic! At The Disco – ‘Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time’

Check out Panic! At The Disco’s new music video for ‘Don’t Threaten Me With A Good Time’ off of their latest albumĀ Death of a Bachelor. Definitely a fan of this one – quirky and funny in true Brendon Urie fashion!


Red Hot Chili Peppers – ‘Dark Necessities’

They’re back! And with nothing short of a super cool new single either. Ahead of their headline performance at Reading and Leeds Festival this summer, Red Hot Chili Peppers have released ‘Dark Necessities’. This track brings us back to some older Chili Pepper sounds as they return to incorporating some funk in their music. True to their peppy nature, the song has got an uplifting, bouncy beat and carefree vibe that I already can’t get enough of. If the quality of all their tracks is at this level, we may be looking at RHCP’s best album yet!