Drug Church

Drug Church announce new album, Prude

Hear new song “Demolition Man”

Bad Breeding Contempt review

Bad Breeding : Contempt

The Stevenage group add more melodic flourish and colorful arrangements to their blistering hardcore

Dead Moon In the Graveyard

Dead Moon releasing their catalog in hi-res audio

First three albums out now via Qobuz, two more drops happening in July and August

Bad Nerves Still Nervous

Bad Nerves : Still Nervous

A nonstop barrage of riffs, rock ‘n’ roll and endless fun

State Faults

State Faults announce new album Children of the Moon

Hear the Santa Rosa screamo group’s new song, “Palo Santo.”

OFF! live dates

OFF! announce final live shows

Plus screenings of their film, ‘Free LSD’

NØ MAN Glitter and Spit review

NØ MAN : Glitter and Spit

The D.C. group balance the energy of youth with wisdom and maturity through blistering hardcore

The Clash London Calling

Treble 100, No. 19: The Clash – London Calling

The first punk album to reach the US charts, ‘London Calling’ changed punk and rock forever

Militarie Gun

Watch the new Militarie Gun mini-documentary, Live Under the Sun

Plus take a look at the group’s tour dates this spring and summer

Metz Up on Gravity Hill review

Metz – Up on Gravity Hill

The Toronto trio pursue a brilliant spectrum of sound with their muscular core intact

Metz interview

Metz tap into a new energy

Alex Edkins discusses the Toronto group’s legacy, new album ‘Up on Gravity Hill,’ and personal growth

Pissed Jeans interview

Pissed Jeans on their furious return

Matt Korvette talks about ‘Half Divorced,’ their seven-year gap, and making sense of the world

Gouge Away Deep Sage review

Gouge Away – Deep Sage

After a six-year break, the Florida hardcore/noise rock group return with a more stunningly spacious set of songs

Gouge Away interview

Gouge Away choose a new path

We spoke to the band about new album ‘Deep Sage’, spending time apart and doing justice to what they started

Pissed Jeans Half Divorced review

Pissed Jeans : Half Divorced

Seven years after their last album, the noise rock vets return with some of their angriest material