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Album of the Week: Pile – Green & Gray

The Boston post-hardcore band delivers the best of all possible Piles, resulting in their strongest and most diverse album.

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Marathon Men: An interview with Pile

We chat with Rick Maguire about the band’s new album, panic attacks and marathon endurance.

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Pile rip through two seething minutes of punk on “The Soft Hands of Stephen Miller”

Trump’s senior advisor gets a dressing down in this two-minute ripper.

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La Dispute : Panorama

Like the loudest collection of prose you’ve ever heard.

Jawbox 2022 tour

Jawbox announce first tour dates in over 20 years

Iconic post-hardcore group to play first shows since 1997.

La Dispute new album Panorama

La Dispute announce new album, Panorama

Hear two new tracks, “Rose Quartz/Fulton Street I”.

Daughters 2019 tour dates

Daughters announce 2019 tour dates

The Rhode Island noisemakers return to the stage early next year.

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Daughters : You Won’t Get What You Want

It’s sheer terror, and you can dance to it. Sort of.

Envy new single stream

Stream Envy’s new single, Alnair in August

Japan’s post-hardcore legends return with first new music in three years.

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Album of the Week: Cloud Nothings – Last Burning Building

The most intense and aggressive that Cloud Nothings have ever sounded, coupled with a refined songwriting sensibility.

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Gouge Away – Burnt Sugar

The Fort Lauderdale, Florida post-hardcore group has evolved at an accelerated rate, raising the bar with their second album.

Jesus Lizard Goat Blueprint

The Jesus Lizard’s Goat captured a powerful, prolific band at the height of their powers

David Yow doesn’t remember all of the details of making the album, just that it’s one of their best.

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Album of the Week: Idles – Joy As An Act of Resistance

The Bristol post-punk group builds on their breakout debut with hope, pain and lots of volume.

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KEN Mode : Loved

A heavier, darker and more saxophone-laden offering from the Winnipeg noise-rock trio.

Big Black Songs About Fucking vinyl reissue

Big Black announce reissue of Songs About Fucking

Post-hardcore classic being remastered by Steve Albini and Bob Weston.

Drive Like Jehu Yank Crime

Drive Like Jehu built up a symphony of tension and repetition on ‘Yank Crime’

The legendary San Diego post-hardcore band’s masterpiece, and the 20-year silence that followed.

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Jawbox strived to be the best version of themselves on For Your Own Special Sweetheart

How the hardest recording session of the band’s career, with the biggest budget, yielded their greatest achievement.


Unwound’s Leaves Turn Inside You was a breathtaking final bow

A look back at the Washington trio’s final masterpiece.