Given their personalities, it’s hard to believe the members of Chiodos would ever hang together in a room without musical gear. But with the arrival of an ambitious new album that finds the band at the top of their game, the old line about the sum of the parts has never been more appropriate.
NOTHING RHYMES WITH AUTUMN: AP’S FALL PREVIEW
Sometimes the act of getting something as trivial as a release date for a frickin’ CD is as arduous as deprogramming people who bought Good Morning Revival. Nonetheless, we strived to find all the stuff that will make you curl your toes in anticipation. No problem: Come up to us at a show and thank us then.
THE ORAL HISTORY OF COALESCE
This influential ’90s Midwest hardcore unit left a scar on the American underground with a psychic Molotov cocktail of noise, power, vitriol and the sound of things falling apart. Having reconvened to make music, we expect grate things from them. So should you.