10/10 Mystical drone-punk? Yes, please. It seems almost paradoxical to have those words spun together in a way to describe music. It’s not common for the word mystical to evoke punk, and vice versa. Throw […]
8/10 Coming through from Niagara-On-The-Lake Ontario, Redcoat’s new EP Girl takes obvious inspiration from grunge giants Nirvana. From riffs to vocals, they sit between the border of grunge and alternative with their harsh vocals, heavily […]
It was a night of youths at La Vitrola on Friday, April 26th. Post-punk-alternative band Sweet Toothe from London, Ontario headlined the night joined by Montreal locals Sasha Cay, Silos, Heard by Now, and Growing […]
8.5/10 In 2012, thrash crossover Chemical Way formed in Montreal with a sole intention: “only to make you mosh.” The first time I listened to their second album Chilling Spree which was released in July […]
10/10 As Bucketlist Music Reviews‘ resident hippie, it is no secret that amongst my fellow Bucketheads I’m the least versed in all things heavy. This is not to say that I don’t have an appreciation […]
4/10 Metalcore is a tricky little child of a creature. If you’re Unearth or Architects, you don’t have to beg much to get people moving, because that’s what good metalcore deserves and receives. Nevertheless, there’s […]
We are back with the third season of Couch Sessions! Here we have thrash metal Montrealers Chemical Way!
Wednesdays are not exactly the ideal time to attend a high-octane rock show, but sometimes you just have to say fuck it. It seems A LOT of people agreed with that sentiment as Foufounes Electrique […]