Album Review Tag Archive

ARISTS YOU SHOULD KNOW: latewaves

This week, I’d like to introduce you all to Asbury Park’s own dynamic rockers latewaves. For those unfamiliar with Asbury Park, let me catch you up to speed; Asbury...

Album Review: My Enemies & I – The Beast Inside

Today is the day – My Enemies & I’s debut full-length album The Beast Inside is out NOW! Earlier in the week Babetalk released a review of the three tracks ME&I had...

Album Review: Set The Charge Releases ‘Sky Goes On’

While you may not recognize Set The Charge immediately by band name, you definitely have seen the talent of frontman Anthony Vincent on his Youtube and Facebook profiles. Creator...

New Music Monday: Long Time Releases “Never Alone”

This week on New Music Monday, we have a special treat for anyone looking for a truly unique rock sound. As of Friday, October 13th, the Boston-based trio Long Time released their...

REVIEW: Frank Iero and the Patience Release “Keep The Coffins Coming”

Here in Northeast, it’s finally starting to feel like fall; the weather is cooling down, bright green leaves are beginning to dull then change, but most importantly–...

REVIEW: Thousand Foot Krutch – Untraveled Roads (Live)

Coming at you with fire, fury, and a whole lot of guts, Thousand Foot Krutch is back with their new live album, Untraveled Roads (Live), their first since 2011. The energetic...

Album Review: Black Satellite, “Endless”

  Coming in hot and heavy today, we have the rock duo known as Black Satellite and their dark rock album Endless. The duo, consisting of Larissa Vale and Kyle Hawken, hale...

NEW MUSIC MONDAY: The Early Mornings’ Debut is a Call To The Raw Past of Rock

Calling Portland, Maine their home, The Early Mornings are a Twenty-first Century band with a sound reminiscent of the funk and blues of the 70’s. Made up of Singer Brit...

Album Review: Neck Deep- “The Peace and The Panic”

In what has arguably been one of the most anticipated albums of 2017, British Pop-Punk outfit and Babetalk favourite, Neck Deep sore to new heights in their latest release,...

Album Review: Warbringer – Woe to the Vanquished

Californian retro-thrashers Warbringer has made their triumphant return with brand new album Woe to the Vanquished. In all honesty, I wasn’t quite sure what I was going to...