Danny Elfman's show at the Hollywood Bowl is a dizzying, career-spanning triumph
"They were one of the finest rock bands of their time" - David Bowie liked them, but what about the Album Of The Week Club?
Maverick northwest crowd-pleasers Massive Wagons deliver once again on sixth album Triggered!
Tech-rock masters Garbage lay out their full blueprint on (mostly) career-spanning Anthology
40 Years Of War: The Greatest Hits sees German legends Sodom's gnarliest deep cuts, re-made
Produced by Peter Tägtgren, Joe Lynn Turner's Belly Of The Beast is compelling proof that he's anything but a journeyman
Bound For Hell On The Sunset Strip is a sprawling re-examination of unheralded Hollywood glam
Son of the desert Brant Bjork goes back in time on the sweet-smelling Bougainvillea Suite
Chart-topping metalcore monsters Architects return with extra arena-sized swagger on The Classic Symptoms Of A Broken Spirit
Album review: Devin Townsend dials back the musical mania of Empath without losing what makes him so unique on new album Lightwork
Working with producer Brendan O’Brien for the first time, Pearl Jam's Vs. has a ferocity and bite which leaves the more stately Ten in the dust
Harlow political punk perennials the Newtown Neurotics battle on against the odds with new album Cognitive Dissidents
Stranglers founder Hugh Cornwell plays all the instruments himself on 10th solo album Moments Of Madness
Black Space Riders get real gone for a change on seventh album We Have Been Here Before
Oxymore: team-up project between Jean-Michel Jarre and the late Pierre Henry offers mixed results
Are Ugly Kid Joe metallers, hard rockers, country balladeers or a covers band, or all of the above?
Veteran Scot-rock stadium flouncers Simple Minds continue their autumnal purple patch with Direction Of The Heart