Turnstile “Glow On”

A refreshing collection from the scene’s best delivers on all cylinders. While it doesn’t hit as hard as the debut, there’s still enough here to keep the band at the top of the hc charts. It’s a smooth batch of tracks that continue the legacy of what will arguably end up being one of hardcore’s most compelling stories. While band’s like Gorilla Biscuits and Minor Threat managed to establish a movement while never getting past a handful of EPs and a single full length a piece, Turnstile is dropping anchor on their third LP, showcasing that they’re here to stay.

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