December 2, 2016
May 22, 2015
While there will always be those people who refuse to move on with Emery and hang on to their more vintage stylings, I believe that “You Were Never Alone” is the most robust and fully rounded album the band have offered to date
May 7, 2015
Abandon Kansas are back with their second full length album, ‘Alligator’ on Bad Christian Music. ‘Alligator’ offers a sundry cornucopia of lush musicianship and emotions. I think there’s truly something for everyone and every mood on this record.
September 5, 2013
A review of this year’s solo release from the former Emery band member.
December 6, 2012
Check out my review of Tracings “Unconditional” Ep
November 17, 2012
Acoustic Emery, as advertised…
November 6, 2012
October 16, 2012
September 21, 2012
March 28, 2011
We Do What We Want is full of a raw intensity that makes this record not only Emery’s heaviest but also their least polished, cracking at the seams with power and energy.
March 2, 2011
Emery is headlining a new tour with support from To Speak of Wolves and Hawkboy. Read on for a show recap and photos.
I met up with Emery’s lead vocalist, Toby Morrell, on the first night of their We Do What We Want Tour in Towson, MD. We discussed the loss of the band’s other lead vocalist, Devin Shelton, hypocrisy in the Church, plans for an acoustic album, and Toby’s love of old hymns and Mexican food. Continued →
February 7, 2011
This EP caught my attention immediately. Anberlin meets The Academy Is and early House of Heroes.
January 11, 2010
Emery fan? Then step right this way…
May 9, 2009
I bolded many, many words in this review, especially the word Emery, which was put in bold letters very often, so if you can forgive that, then please read this early review of their upcoming release