Logh – North – Review

April 20, 2007

Epic piano numbers, reflective acoustic ballads, and soaring heartfelt anthems. It’s Logh’s most accessible, melodic, and straightforward release yet.

Obituary – Frozen Alive – Review

April 20, 2007

Recorded the same night as a Grave DVD, this is just as clear, well-produced, and packed full of crushing death metal. Live Grave, it’s the band’s first DVD.

Idlewild – Make Another World – Review

April 20, 2007

They’ve not continued on Warnings/Promises’ path, nor returned to The Remote Part’s commercialbility but combined the best of both. As much punk as U2 anthemic.

Air – Pocket Symphony – Review

April 6, 2007

Not everyone will be in the mood to slip under the covers of Pocket Symphony’s sometimes-sleepy atmospheres, especially those looking for booty-shaking.

The Agency – Turn – Review

March 30, 2007

The songs are not as catchy as the band’s earlier material, the lingering smell of Dashboard Confessional-inspired melodies hang on every vocal hook.

Grave – Enraptured – Review

March 30, 2007

One of Swedish death metal’s founding fathers, but they’ve never had their live show properly documented. Grave sound more menacing and crushing here than ever.

Lifetime – Review

March 18, 2007

This is what they did best in the mid-’90s, and it’s what they still do best. The passing of time has not effected the songwriting whatsoever.

Owen – At Home With – Review

March 9, 2007

Sad chords strummed, snapped, and hammered-on by the author’s capable hands, while gorgeous lamentations flow from his mouth.

Barenaked Ladies – Are Men – Review

March 3, 2007

Are Men was recorded during the same sessions as Are Me, so it’s no surprise its songs tread similar territory. While good, these tunes simply aren’t fantastic.

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