Screaming Females - All at Once
Critic Score
Based on 13 reviews
2018 Ratings: #15 / 134
User Score
Based on 92 ratings
2018 Ratings: #32
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A.V. Club

Although not every song is essential in its own right, as a whole, All At Once congeals beautifully; in the era of the single, this is a real album, touching on themes of autonomy and control both in a personal and a wider political context.

The 405

On their seventh and most accomplished album yet, Marissa & co. double down on the melodicism and polished songcraft of their last album to create a deliriously entertaining blend of classic rock, power-pop, punk-rock, and quirky art-rock.


It’s surprisingly satisfying to encounter this less remote and cerebral version of the band, not least because these are some of the most emotionally intelligible lyrics we’ve heard from Paternoster.

The Line of Best Fit

In All At Once, the Garden State guitar heroes show they have as much, if not more, to say than ever before.


On All at Once, Screaming Females possess an undiluted vision and seem to execute it flawlessly — and most significantly, without peer.


The New Jersey band’s seventh album tilts toward pop-punk, modern rock, and more.


This is the work of a band continuing their dramatic ascension from spirited young punks to one of the finest power trios on the planet – even at it’s bleakest, 'All At Once' is sheer rock’n’roll joy from start to finish.


Some fans might be surprised at the new directions Screaming Females have followed, but All at Once is just as clever, impassioned, and purposeful as we've come to expect from this band, and it's a truly rewarding listen.

God Is in the TV
If you love indie rock, and you want something that you can play loud, it is definitely worth giving this a go.
Drowned in Sound

It really does feel like an album that draws on all that is great about Screaming Females and blasts it out with an unwavering spirit.

The Needle Drop

All at Once boasts Screaming Females' sharpest and catchiest songwriting in a long time.

No Ripcord

All At Once finds the band playing some of the tightest rock songs of their career, while also mining new territory.

Under The Radar

More sprawling and expansive than their previous record, All At Once still struggles to contain the myriad charms of this archetype power trio.

Feb 23, 2018
All at Once feels refreshing with raw. Returning to a more primal punk rock isn't a bad thing
Mar 20, 2018
‘All at Once’ contiene diversión hecha con guitarras. 15 canciones que atestiguan lo bien que lo pasan Jarrett Dougherty en batería, King Mike en bajo y la esencial Marissa Paternoster haciendo lo que más les gustan hacer: Música tangiblemente honesta, instantánea y genuina. En resumen, un álbum de rock más que recomendable.

Canciones Favoritas: Glass House, Black Moon, I´ll Make you Sorry, Dirt, Deeply, Self Domination, ... read more
Mar 18, 2018
Screaming females manage to craft a great record with solid song/writing and satisfying melodies.
Mar 15, 2018
I get some big Siouxsie & the Banshees vibes from this album, it's pretty refreshing actually.
Mar 12, 2018
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Track List
  1. Glass House
  2. Black Moon
  3. I'll Make You Sorry
  4. Dirt
  5. Agnes Martin
  6. Deeply
  7. Soft Domination
  8. End of My Bloodline
  9. Chamber for Sleep, Pt. 1
  10. Chamber for Sleep, Pt. 2
  11. Bird in Space
  12. Fantasy Lens
  13. My Body
  14. Drop by Drop
  15. Step Outside

Added on: October 17, 2017