The Blackest Beautiful
Sounds like: The fourth LP from this L.A. post-hardcore metal quintet is packed full of energy and volume, with a touch of pop-tainted punk that purists won’t forgive.
Free association: It’s dangerous territory when punk approaches whiney and/or emo.
For fans of: At the Drive-In x Thursday, the Blood Brothers/the Used, screams of agony.
Shop local: Carhartt tees at Ps & Qs