Track Premiere: “Invisible Parasite” by VANTA

While Burnt Coffee HQ has sort of taken a corporate retreat for the summer, I'm always happy to drop by once in a while to bring you something special. So that's exactly what I'm doing today - below you can get an early listen to Budapest duo VANTA's new song "Invisible Parasite". The track can … Continue reading Track Premiere: “Invisible Parasite” by VANTA

Boss Keloid – Family The Smiling Thrush Review

Do you ever get frustrated at yourself for not enjoying something? Especially if that thing has all the markings of something you should like? Like say you finally watch that movie all your friends have been recommending and it does nothing for you. Or maybe that TV show that, despite being mentioned in the same … Continue reading Boss Keloid – Family The Smiling Thrush Review

Epiphanic Truth Dark Triad: Bitter Psalms To A Sordid Species Review

My first full-length review in a while, I wanted to come back with a bang. So here it is, after having the promo for Epiphanic Truth’s debut album for quite some time, I can comfortably say that this album is tied for my favorite of this first part of 2021 (the other being The Armed’s … Continue reading Epiphanic Truth Dark Triad: Bitter Psalms To A Sordid Species Review

Single Premiere: “Fuck The American Dream” by Strangers With Guns

The phrase "modern grunge" may stir unease, conjuring thoughts of yarbled radio rock choruses. But as I've stated in past reviews, it's always a pleasure when bands embrace the ethos of grunge rather than its marketability. With that, Dublin trio Strangers With Guns prove to be another of those great bands with their new single … Continue reading Single Premiere: “Fuck The American Dream” by Strangers With Guns

Egor Lappo – Trancevoicer Review

Overall, I’m floored by Trancevoicer. This album perfectly blends the grandiose eccentricities of prog with the concise and pointed songwriting of pop. If you love prog, you’re not gonna want to miss this album. If you hate prog, you’ll probably like this album even more! Trancevoicer is definitely a crowd pleaser, yet it still maintains the integrity, originality, and quality any music nerd seeks in a new album.

Glowbug – The Bumblebee King Review

The Bumblebee King is the seventh full length record from LA pop artist Glowbug. This solo project from Daniel Anderson first crossed my path with the scorching track “Live From Hell”, which blended hooky pop mentalities with nods to piercing blackened death metal in the vocals. The thing about this blend that really grabbed me … Continue reading Glowbug – The Bumblebee King Review