Album Reviews


Red - Until We Have Faces

"Every song has its place and purpose. Red has pulled together yet another fantastic release. Their methods have not changed, but have merely been tweaked and perfected. The use of orchestra instruments is perfectly incorporated. The message is bold and honestly placed."

-The New Review


"Paired again with award-winning producer Rob Graves, Until We Have Faces features RED in its most musically intense place to date - "a combination of our first two records, but on steroids," Michael Barnes notes - daring both RED and its fans to catapult into new rock territories."

-New Release Tuesday 


Red - Innocence & Instinct 

"Produced by the award-winning Rob Graves, mixed by Ben Grosse (Sevendust, Disturbed, Depeche Mode) and including a song co-written by Benjamin Burnley of Breaking Benjamin, INNOCENCE & INSTINCT is thoughtful and powerful rock music, with a challenging look at the personal struggle inside each of us."

-New Release Tuesday 


"After it’s all said and done I think Innocence & Instinct maybe just what this style of music needs."

-Just Press Play 


Kerrie Roberts - Kerrie Roberts 

"I fully expect Kerrie to be nominated for Best New Artist... This is a nice, reflective, and powerful debut album."

-New Release Tuesday 


All That Remains - For We Are Many

"...this album is solid from the epic opening tracks to the second to last track. This album is what The New Wave of American Heavy Metal is about: melody, heaviness, and guitar epicness."

-The New Review 


"With its fifth studio album, We Are Many, All That Remains once again excel at dishing out metalcore goodness, but it’s the moments that the arrangements take unexpected turns (ones that don’t necessarily bear any semblance to metalcore) that the record becomes the most intriguing."