Punk

Bayside – ‘Interrobang’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Megan Thompson As rock-and-roll approaches its seventh decade, one might imagine that there are fewer and fewer “firsts” to be claimed (i.e. first band to play a particular place, first group to record an album in such-and-such way, etc.). However, New York City’s Bayside has probably clinched a unique rock first on their new album Interrobang. The opening cut – which also… Read more

Sum 41 – ‘Order In Decline’ Album Review

Photo Credit: Jonathan Weiner Although they were relative latecomers to the wave of commercially successful punk bands which began in the mid-90s – eventually including groups like Green Day, Blink-182 and Fall Out Boy – Sum 41 still managed to arrive on time to both enjoy a similar mass audience and also endure the standard… Read more