Flamagra mostly sounds like a hodgepodge of ideas FlyLo has already explored on previous efforts, and what surprises it does bring are hit-and-miss.
Rammstein's first studio album in 10 years falls apart after a promising first leg.
U.F.O.F. is mostly listenable—if a bit derivative—indie folk with a few flashes of brilliance sprinkled throughout the tracklist.
CrasH Talk sounds strangely dated and is a disappointingly safe effort from Q following Blank Face.
The songwriting on Social Cues is far too tame to live up to the album's dark backstory.
Persona is missing the dramatic punch of BTS's previous work.
It's hard not to nod in agreement with what Dave's saying throughout Psychodrama, but generic instrumentals and humdrum flows don't translate many of his good points into captivating songs.
Czarface Meets Ghostface finds everyone besides 7L punching below their weight.