A.M. from Bremen plays punkrock lika Kobayashi. Displaced from Hannover plays old-shchool HC with Punkrock influences
A recent release out of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, Battle Path play an amalgamation of various extreme metal subgenres. As evidence by the shrieks, moody atmosphere and fast-picked buzzing, the overarching influence is black metal, but the band gives so much attention to other influences that this EP has something for every metal fan..
This is the Repress of Gottesmorder´s first LP. it has one Bonus song on side B. Cvlt Nation did a pretty good review on this recently, I recommend dropping by and checking them out, but only after you have thoroughly read my review, picked it apart, and moved on with life. Three gentlemen from Italy, putting forth a two song LP that clocks in just over...
After their full-length "hell is other people", HEARTLESS returns with 8 new blasts of steel city hardcore. This is the pure, relentless fury delivered in the same style as INTEGRITY, NAILS and CURSED that they've built a reputation on show after show, tour after tour. Vinyl includes a digital download card.
MASAKARI unleash a devastating blend of d-beat crust and anxious hardcore descendant to His Hero Is Gone and From Ashes Rise, as well as more punk/crust founders G.I.S.M. and Discharge, and adopt these classic styles to their own point-blank, by-the-throa
Momentum formed in 2011, featuring members of Plague Mass, Light Bearer, Fall of Efrafa and XZieglerX, playing driving, epic heavy and melodic DIY hardcore punk, both crushing and uplifting, ignoring sub-genres and getting back to the basics of why we lov
Due to artistic differences and a potential lawsuit over their chosen name, 2009 saw the death of swedens ICOS, a band known for its crushing impassioned resonance. In the years that followed, brothers Erik and Oskar Karlsson and Martin Bengtsson took the spirit of their former band and worked at creating a larger, more ominous and ultimately more...
Together Overmars and Starkweather have created an unclassifiable, paranoid journey into the artistic abyss, proving that aggressive music still has much to offer. No end is in sight as bands like these continue to reach down deep into their souls to expl
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