EarthGang's shortcomings become apparent when they tone the intensity down midway through Mirrorland.
Breakdowns galore on Knocked Loose's death metal-infused sophomore album, though it's sometimes hard to tell one from the next.
If Lover were about five tracks shorter, it'd probably be Taylor Swift's best album yet.
Face Stabber is perhaps Oh Sees' most ambitious album to date, but its protracted jams wear out their welcome before long.
The times when King's Mouth sounds like classic Flaming Lips partly make up for the album's spotty narrative development and pacing.
Though there are some experiments and weird ideas that don't really pan out, We Are Not Your Kind is for the most part a return to form for Slipknot.
i,i is in a sense a refinement of 22, A Million's innovations, but Justin Vernon still doesn't seem particularly interested in tying up his songs' loose ends.
Planetary Clairvoyance features more compositional versatility than its predecessor, but unfortunately a less impressive mix as well.