“The Spoils of Youth, Laid Waste by Age” by Heavy Horse, Album Review

Heavy Horse is a self-described "sludgy post hardcore doom" band from St. Louis, Missouri. Tomorrow (February 13th) they're releasing their sophomore album, The Spoils of Youth, Laid Waste by Age through DIY Labels Waybridge Records and Eat Tapes. Since the people at Waybridge Records are awesome, Music Unlabeled got to listen to the album early … Continue reading “The Spoils of Youth, Laid Waste by Age” by Heavy Horse, Album Review

“Fragile Dates and Times” by Safety Hazard, New Album Review

Waybridge Records sent us a preview of the brand new album from San Francisco band Safety Hazards, called Fragile Dates and Times - which drops on the 17th of January. The band has been described as an aggressive pop-punk band - but really, they draw in their inspirations from so many more genres,so you can't give them an … Continue reading “Fragile Dates and Times” by Safety Hazard, New Album Review

“In Light Of” by Mishandled — New Artist and Album Review

Today, keeping with the trend of trying our best to feature new artists, I reviewed Mishandled. They’re a pop-punk/alternative emo band from Chicago, Illinois that was brought to us by Waybridge Records to review (Thanks Joshua!) Their new EP In Light Of is officially out now on Spotify and bandcamp, but in my official opinion, … Continue reading “In Light Of” by Mishandled — New Artist and Album Review