The hardcore guitarist lines up tracks from Anohni, Alice Coltrane, Algiers and more.
The hardcore vets have fully embraced metal on their latest.
See a heartbreaking new clip from the band's latest album.
In eponymous fashion, Frameworks’ latest truly smothers the listener, yet stops just short of suffocation. Juxtaposed to their Topshelf debut Loom, Smother engages its audience from all angles, filling in the gaps the band’s previous record could not. The drums are tighter, the arrangements are denser, and the attention to detail is microscopic in comparison. […]
The Oxnard grindcore anti-heroes' latest is a crushing and overwhelming set of extreme metal.
California grindcore/powerviolence brawlers Nails release their new album You Will Never Be One of Us on Friday via Nuclear Blast, and it’s 20 minutes of intense, furious heaviness. You don’t have to take our word for it, however, because the band’s new album is now available to stream in its entirety as the release date […]
Olympia, Washington hardcore band G.L.O.S.S. (Girls Living Outside Society’s Shit) have just released a new EP via Bandcamp, titled Trans Day of Revenge. The new EP by G.L.O.S.S., which includes multiple transgender members, is currently available digitally, but will be released as a 7-inch soon via Total Negativity/Nervous Nelly. It features the song “Give Violence […]
Hesitation Wounds have the hardcore spectrum pretty much covered between the individual four members of the band. Vocalist Jeremy Bolm’s full-time gig is belting out throat-shredding cries of agony for contemporary screamo outfit Touche Amore, while guitarist Stephen LaCour has put in some crustier, more menacing work as Trap Them’s bassist. Guitarist Neeraj Kane is […]
On Friday, Head Wound City—the hardcore group featuring The Locust’s Justin Pearson and Gabe Serbian, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Nick Zinner and Blood Brothers’s Jordan Blilie and Cody Votolato—release their debut album A New Wave of Violence. The album comes after more than a decade of the band being essentially defunct, and is being released […]
Glenn Danzig is getting back together with The Misfits. Danzig left when the band originally broke up in 1983, and bassist Jerry Only won the rights to tour and record as The Misfits in a legal battle in 1990. Danzig has since gone to become famous with his own eponymous band, with hits like 1988′s […]
If you’ve been a fan of epic, emotional music in the past 20 years, chances are you’ve listened to, purchased or been intrigued by something released by the Temporary Residence label. Launched in Baltimore in 1995, the once smaller-scale label is now celebrating its 20th anniversary. In those two decades, they’ve released a lot of […]