Otoboke Beaver didn't need to go this hard!
New York's Show Me the Body drops a ferocious set of banjo-backed punk ragers that are equal parts explosive and unsettling.
Sleater-Kinney's almost-swansong, The Woods, proved to be one of the 2000s' most badass and essential rock albums.
Daughters return with the most effectively terrifying album I've heard all decade.
The level of artistic freedom Trent and Atticus give themselves on the somewhat uneven Bad Witch is more exciting than just about any Nine Inch Nails release since 2008.
Death Grips is online.
More so than Big Ups' two prior albums, Two Parts Together suffers from a serious lack of refreshing ideas.
San Francisco rock band Oh Sees (previously Thee Oh Sees and other variations) are back after last year’s Orc and Memory of a Cut Off Head, the latter of which was released under the OCS moniker. The band has become known for its prolificness, so the quick release of this new single, “Overthrown” comes as little surprise.
Thee Oh Sees have never been afraid to crank up the volume, but they've really upped the ante for “Overthrown.” While staying true to their garage rock and psychedelic foundation, the band puts a greater focus on metal and prog rock influences.
“Overthrown” is the first single leading up to Oh Sees’ upcoming album, Smote Reverser, which drops August 17 via Castle Face. They’re kicking off a tour this weekend at Boston Calling.