THE RECENTLY ADDED

It’s been a stacked weekend, packed with a whole bunch of solid records, but Friday’s show for Incendiary was truly a special moment. ...
It’s unfortunate that it took a lot of hunting to find a flyer with Doyle’s name on it, and never mind that the tickets that came in t...
Twenty years into their career, Senses Fail march on with a solid slab of new tracks, presenting a dozen instant classics for their lu...
It’s certainly been a wild ride since Changes . The band’s debut was so intense and ahead of it’s competition that even the band didn’...
Poison The Well, Thrice, and most recently Hundredth, and The Plot In You, have all done what Pianos Become The Teeth have done here a...
The opening intro to the band’s fourth album  is an homage to the entire Chugcore promotion community, and early foundational breakdow...
It’s hard to believe this is even the same band that gave us the infamously egregious “Wife Beater” and the sloppy accompaniment item ...
The band’s legacy continues to thrive with nine brand new tracks to add to the arsenal. The catalogue is already so vast, ranging from...
Chris Carrabba and company are at it again, reliving youthful glory days and reaching for alternative pop glory to cement their namesa...
It’s a shame last year’s record didn’t catapult the band into headliner terrain. It looks like these 500-1,000 cap rooms are where the ...
Not sure when he did the first one of these, but there’s never a proper farewell unless he’s no longer with us. It may have been that f...
They’ve released four tracks from the new record and are lining themselves up just right. This is bound to be an impactful show! Every ...
The band’s ruthless assault is finally given the tight polish it so rightfully deserves after a handful of EPs and releases that have ...
Another slab of proper death metal making its way across America. The ultimate highlight obviously  Long Island’s Sanction making their...
Some of the riffs here are straight from  the Gallery Of Suicide era Cannibal Corpse catalogue, and rightfully so. The evil guitar wan...