Review: Metallica, “Hardwired…To Self-Destruct” (2016)

The lords of metal return with their first album in 8 years. Back in primary school when I was still into whatever was on the radio like The Spice Girls  or Shawn Mullins, Metallica was one of the first bands, along with Korn, to move me from the darkness into the light. It was around the period... Continue Reading →

Review: The Red Hot Chilli Peppers, “The Getaway” (2016)

The Chilli's wrestle between their funk-rock roots with moodier, ambient landscapes. It's hard to review any new The Red Hot Chilli Peppers (RHCP) albums after the departure of guitarist John Frusciante. Their last album with Frusciante - the double-LP Stadium Arcadium - showcased the height of the band's songwriting powers, although there was certainly a lot of filler. (I... Continue Reading →

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