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This might be Paramore's most ambitious work to date.
The record is energetic and meticulous, arranged to maximize dynamic contrast and emotional impact.
The record shines with confidence, cementing Coastwest Unrest as a band that’s here to stay.
It ain't no Abbey Road.
The Brits are back!
All hail the new King of Pop
It's been awhile, but this was worth the wait
It's a cool concept, but the execution is half-hearted
Trent Reznor's side project does not suck
Lots of talent, but not much urgency here
Perhaps its most appealing aspect is its sense of resignation, with the craggy, soulful Cave often sounding like an omniscient narrator who knows too much ...
The unrelenting 29-minute charge feels equally indebted to ’80s hardcore, ’90s noise-rock and arty post-punk, with messy, grinding production just beneath its surface.
The country veteran plays it safe on his 12th album.
The band hasn't released a full album since 1991.