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Red Death is a rock band that plays in a punk space, and while the tracks on this release rage with fury, there’s not enough sauce on ...
Considering Aaron Marshall a composer isn’t just leveraging a technical term appropriately, it’s also doing justice to one of the most...
Keene and company return with yet another batch of intergalactic death metal anthems, littered with spoken word, various utilizations ...
It’s been a career in the making for the force of reckoning, and the monolithic brand of brutality is in full effect on the band’s nin...
That one foot bass pedal drive is back! With incessant guitar wankery and bass noodles galore, Glassjaw kick open that rusty gate with...
Decibel ranked this record the top record of the year, which is certainly worth checking out. Although the record takes off like a vis...
Best described as Nails-like grind, meshed with brutal verse pummels, this aggro supergroup does it all. Clocking in at under twenty m...
Full Of Hell always litter their sound with electronic noise. While it’s a signature move that separates them  from countless black a...
Very similar to the sound Separated and Sanction have been ironing for the past year, Harness delivers the same type of punctual metal...
It’s clear that fans of the metal and hardcore community will always cherish legacy acts. With members of Danzig and Bad Brains, Nails...
Sepultura is back at it again without Andreas on lead guitar, and they sound better then ever. Too bad they’re calling themselves some...
There was a time where Rise Records was focusing on the most creative hardcore and metal. Legend, Recon, A Different Breed Of Killer, ...
The Long Island favorites claw back to cement themselves as hardcore’s most efficient brand. That part of New York is slowly becoming ...
File this one under the Helmet/Toadies land of aggressive alternative. Call it punk or hardcore, but really it’s as hardcore as Superh...
Lionheart’s brand of no frills, barebones hardcore has stood the test of time. When the band announced their farewell it was a climact...