This website does readability filtering of other pages. All styles, scripts, forms and ads are stripped. If you want your website excluded or have other feedback, use this form.

AllMusic | Record Reviews, Streaming Songs, Genres & Bands

AllMusic

New Releases

Retro rock buzz band Greta Van Fleet goes all-in on its influences on its new LP, while Elle King builds on the promise of her previous album with the help of some A-list producers, and Jason Isbell's powerful new live album features moments of both introspection and potent hard rock.

Interview

Finesse Mitchell on Music’s Role in Relationships and Rubbing Elbows With Prince and U2 at ‘SNL’

​The comedian and Saturday Night Live alumnus flashes back to the music his mother played around the house, his secretive childhood 2 Live Crew and Too $hort listening sessions, and if he'd have stayed to listen to Kanye's recent post-SNL rant.

Interview

Doyle Bramhall II, the Guitar Hero Who Doesn’t Insist on Guitar

​To mark the release of his new album, Shades, the veteran blues guitarist flashes back to his early days with Stevie Ray Vaughan, his time touring with Roger Waters, and the trade he made with Eric Clapton.

Editors’ Choice

It was a busy September in the world of new releases, highlighted by the Joy Formidable realizing their potential on AAARTH, Christine and the Queens (pictured) shedding definitions and boundaries on Chris, and Metric's rocking Art of Doubt.

Interview

Daron Malakian on Songs, Sports, and Huge Guitar Picks

​The guitarist and songwriter of System of a Down and Scars on Broadway, who recently released an album of material initially earmarked as potential new System music, shares his impressions of his trajectories as both a lyricist and a vocalist, his next batch of songs, and why professional wrestling is "the greatest sport of all."

New Site Feature

Sound Off On Your Favorite Songs

With 45,000 reader-submitted album reviews and counting, we've expanded this capability to individual songs. Now you can shout out a favorite deep cut, share the story of why a particular song is important to you, or drop some background knowledge with AllMusic's new song review feature. « »

Editors' Choice

All Editors' Choice

Spiritualized And Nothing Hurt The Goon Sax We're Not Talking Garcia Peoples Cosmic Cash Saintseneca Pillar of Na Marion Rampal /… Bye-Bye Berlin Bob Seger / Bob… Heavy Music: The… Brandon Coleman Resistance Isang Enders /… Richard Strauss:… Ross from Friends Family Portrait Daniel Barenboim… Mozart: Piano… Chai Pink Maribou State Kingdoms in…
Spiritualized And Nothing Hurt The Goon Sax We're Not Talking Garcia Peoples Cosmic Cash Saintseneca Pillar of Na Marion Rampal /… Bye-Bye Berlin Bob Seger / Bob… Heavy Music: The… Brandon Coleman Resistance Isang Enders /… Richard Strauss:… Ross from Friends Family Portrait Daniel Barenboim… Mozart: Piano… Chai Pink Maribou State Kingdoms in…

Advanced Album Search

All Filters

x x x

Featured New Releases

All Featured New Releases

Interviews

Finesse Mitchell on Music’s Role in Relationships and Rubbing Elbows With Prince and U2 at ‘SNL’

AllMusic Streams

Song Premiere: GospelbeacH, “Freeway to the Canyon”

Interviews

Doyle Bramhall II, the Guitar Hero Who Doesn’t Insist on Guitar

AllMusic Staff Picks

More Staff Picks

The Jesus Lizard

Liar

May, 1992

Alternative/Indie Rock

Having just completed a reunion tour that reminded all in attendance of their lasting ferocity, why not kick yourself hard and revisit one of the Jesus Lizard's triumphant noise-rock outings of the '90s? Liar kicks off with the bruising trifecta of "Boilermaker," "Gladiator," and "The Art of Self Defense," and never lets up the intensity, even when they slow things down with the Spaghetti Western nightmare "Zachariah."

- Mark Deming

Trivium

The Sin and the Sentence

October 20, 2017

Heavy Metal

The Florida-based decibel pushers continue their sonic metamorphosis from thrash-blasted metalcore to melody-driven (almost) trad-metal on The Sin and the Sentence, their eighth full-length effort and first studio outing with touring drummer Alex Bent.

- James Monger

Articles

All Articles

Album Premiere: Tokyo Police Club, ‘TPC’

New Classical Reviews

Scars on Broadway and System of a Down’s Daron Malakian on Songs, Sports, and Huge Guitar Picks

Actor and Musician Adam Goldberg on Loving Loops and the Merits of Musical Monotony

New Classical Reviews, August 2018

Album Premiere: Mirah, ‘Understanding’

Album Premiere: Tokyo Police Club, ‘TPC’

New Classical Reviews

Scars on Broadway and System of a Down’s Daron Malakian on Songs, Sports, and Huge Guitar Picks

Actor and Musician Adam Goldberg on Loving Loops and the Merits of Musical Monotony

New Classical Reviews, August 2018

Album Premiere: Mirah, ‘Understanding’