Today's first new review is from editor Bryce Lancer, who liked the new American Sharks record quite a bit:
Read Bryce's review here.
At nine songs and 19 minutes, American Sharks has the leanness of a classic punk record. The trio astutely never let a song or even a riff outstay its welcome, even when it's extra tasty like on the Motörhead-meets-Red Fang opener "Iron Lungs."
Then, Renaldo Matadeen examined the new EP from Shambles, Move Away:
Read Renaldo's review right here.
Shambles carve out a poppier spin on pop-punk than most bands plying their trades in this niche. However, at the risk of sounding like a carbon copy of the others, Shambles refine what they do into something enjoyable, catchy and slightly adventurous that doesn't wallow in the mire with other bands.
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