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Review: Zac Brown Band’s “The Owl”

Review: Zac Brown Band's

Michael Delehanty, Contributor

September 24, 2019

The successful country group, Zac Brown Band, released their sixth studio album, titled "The Owl," Friday. "The Owl" is the follow-up album to 2017's "Welcome Home," which featured hit singles "My Old Man" and "Roots." However, these albums could not be more different. In fact, "The Owl" is Zac Brown...

Review: blink-182’s “Nine”

Review: blink-182's

Nick Hedderick, Sports Editor

September 23, 2019

When you mention pop-punk band blink-182, you are sure to get a big reaction from people. Sometimes, that reaction is a positive one due to the number of popular singles the band released in the early 2000s like "What's My Age Again" and "All The Small Things." Others respond negatively and write the...

Review: Post Malone’s “Hollywood’s Bleeding”

Review: Post Malone's

Audrey Fisher, Contributor

September 16, 2019

A little over a year ago, Post Malone took the music community by storm with his second album, “beerbongs & bentleys.” On September 6, he returned and is better than ever with “Hollywood’s Bleeding.” Malone has been at the top of the music charts for some time now. His album, “beerbongs...

Review: The “Hella Mega Tour” Singles

Review: The

Scott McDanel, Arts and Entertainment Assistant Editor

September 15, 2019

Some of the biggest names in the alternative music scene -- Green Day, Fall Out Boy and Weezer -- announced that they would be doing a joint tour starting in 2020. All three groups released new singles to promote this tour, with Green Day and Weezer taking the opportunity to promote their new albums...

Review: Tool’s “Fear Inoculum”

Review: Tool's

Garret Roberts, Arts and Entertainment Editor

September 4, 2019

After a long 13 years with no album releases, progressive rock legend Tool has returned to the music scene with a brand-new album for fans. "Fear Inoculum," with more than a decade of work towards it, released on Aug. 30 to high acclaim from critics across the internet, quickly rising in the charts and...



Zachary Somma, Contributor

September 3, 2019

Rap collective and boy band BROCKHAMPTON has returned after a 10-month hiatus with their new album, "GINGER."

Review: Weezer’s “Teal Album”

Review: Weezer's

Nick Hedderick, Contributor

January 25, 2019

Weezer's newest album covers classic songs everyone should know. Is it any good?

Greta Van Fleet’s Anthem of the Peaceful Army: Proof they can hold their own

Greta Van Fleet’s Anthem of the Peaceful Army: Proof they can hold their own

Nick Hedderick, Contributor

October 23, 2018

The United States hard/blues rock band Greta Van Fleet released their highly anticipated debut album titled “Anthem of the Peaceful Army” last Friday. Hailing from Michigan, the band consists of three brothers, Josh (Vocals), Jake (Guitar) and Sam (Bass) Kiszka, as well as Danny Wagner on the drums. The...

Review: Disturbed’s Evolution

Review: Disturbed's Evolution

Garret Roberts, A&E Assistant Manager

October 19, 2018

One of the most iconic bands of the rock and metal genre, Disturbed's range in tone and sound have made them a staple of modern rock music. From the aggressive tones of "Down with the Sickness" to the creeping and ominous cover of "The Sound of Silence," the band has been able to appeal to all types...

Hearing Gabbie Hanna “Out Loud”

Hearing Gabbie Hanna

Maura Linehan

September 15, 2017

Gabbie Hanna, a YouTube star and native of Pittsburgh, released her first song on Sept. 6, 2017. This song comes at a busy time for Hanna who is planning to release her new book, “adultolescence,” on Sept. 19. Her new song, “Out Loud,” seems to tell the story of a romance now lost. The lyrics reflect...