Deftones

  • Employed To Serve go “straight up metal”

    Last week British metal outfit Employed To Serve released “Mark Of The Grave,” which frontwoman Justine Jones has called, “A positive metal anthem for people to blast when they’re having a shitty day.”  The song is the second single off of Conquering, the band’s forthcoming album, set to drop...
  • No Joy: “I really don’t sit around spinning the My Bloody Valentine discography on rotation.”

    Earlier during the pandemic, shoegaze savant Jasamine White-Gluz, the brainchild behind No Joy, released Motherhood, the first No Joy album in five years and their most eclectic and surprising yet.  The album; which was released via Joyful Noise and received praise from the likes of Pitchfork, The FADER, and...