Veloz are coming out of Boston, MA like a technical bulldozer. Some of the most solid, raging metallic hardcore around right now. Furious and unrelenting drumming, tech and blazing guitars and downright brutal vocals. Unadulterated furor packed into short, fast, ripping songs. Finished off by awesome cover art which completes the Norse theme. Tough music...
"A Dissident" is the latest album from Victims, recorded by Linus Wiklund with assistance from Nicko from Entombed. When the first chords of opener "Theft" interrupt the album's haunting intro, it's apparent that the years under their belts have only allo
VYST consists of members of throwers & glasses / perth express ; and they bring the sound of those bands together, you can say it's a more brutal version of perth express; so you get 4 powerful songs an side a and a screenprinted b-side, packed in a s
Hardcore for the Punks ! releasing the debut LP from WAR EMBLEM (Philadelphia) in partnership with our friends at Protagonist Music. WAR EMBLEM features former members of Off Minor, Kill The Man Who Questions and Saetia and play brutal hardcore/punk with undertones of crust and d-beat. The LP includes 15 songs.
War Emblem are a Philly hardcore punk band featuring members of Off Minor, Kill The Man Who Questions, Saetia, xDyingx, etc. Their debut LP is a 15 song testament to music as a weapon; the soundtrack to a protest. Relying heavily on punishing blasts of of crusty hardcore, acid-tongued lyrics, and some nods to 90's punk, this record is exactly the kick in...
Here we go, from the ashes of INSOMNIO and NO ESCAPE comes WARSONG with their second release after their impressive “Ancient times” debut-LP. Five songs: all killer no filler (four original songs plus a Wipers song that hasn’t been covered to death
Containing 10 pieces of disgusting death'n'roll 50% of punk, 25 % of hard rock and 25 % of metal. Grotesque lyrics, heavy riffs and furious rhytms Something between Black Flag and Black Sabbath combined with Entombed, Motorhead and meloody of Turbonegro.
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