Review: Shinobi, The World is Mine (Self-Released, 2018)
Still one of the finest grungy/indie/alt.-rock outfits you're (probably) not listening to...
Abjection Ritual and Steel Hook Prostheses Find "No Place in Paradise" Through Joint Effort for Forthcoming Compilation, The Portrait of Mortality
"I sometimes want the world to die..."
Wicker Man: Grungy ‘90s Alt.-Metal That You Won’t Find on Spotify, Volume I
Kinda like Tad meets Stompbox, or something...
Money Grip: NJHC Obscurities, Volume I
Under-the-radar early-'90s cohorts of NJ Bloodline and the Elizabeth Town Assault Crew.
Stream the 1998 Demo From Obscure Virginia Thrash Act Mister Yuk
Groove-leaning thrash for fans of the Pavement Music roster of the '90s.
Negative Self, “A New Beginning,” from Control the Fear (Beatdown Hardwear, 2018)
Venice, CA by way of Stockholm, Sweden—once more crucial for fans of Suicidal Tendencies!
Hewolf, “Filthy Heartbeat,” from Live for Minimum Wage! (Self-Released, 2018)
Richmond, VA trio returns with another killer five-song EP of gritty-yet-melodic punk rock 'n' roll.
Set the Boy Free Debuts Melodramatic (Hip-)Pop With Jesu-Sampling "Don't Feel Fine": Stream + Interview
Mining One Tree Hill for somber earworms galore...
Review: Jukai, Prologue (Trip Machine Laboratories, 2018)
Early demo collection from top-shelf metallic hardcore up-and-comers out of Long Island, NY.
Stream + Interview: The Offering
Four tracks of doomy, industrialized metal from this impressive Scottish side project.
Review: Tetelestai, Crvsh Svtvn (Self-Released, 2017)
Intense metalcore of the decades-old Solid State/Hydra Head variety.
Security, “Seam,” from Arid Land (Hungry Eye, 2017)
An incredibly impressive experimental form of dark and depressing industrialized post-punk...
Quick Hits: Upstate Records—Volume I, Nailed Down, and Organharvest/Comic Arson
From pummeling metallic hardcore to shredding death metal, this label will be one to watch...
Interview: Niklas Holm (Broken Cross, Dødsleie, Extermination Temple, Apocalyptic Visions)
"Being a lone wolf is a blessing and a curse, and there's a fine line between isolation and connection..."
Full Album Stream: Vegas, Digital Affairs Neurotic
Hear the long-awaited sophomore full-length from hardcore/punk saboteurs V.E.G.A.S.
Rancorous Debuts Diehard Death/Thrash Delights With Into the Nuclear Fire: Stream + Interview
Flawlessly executed late-'80s/early-'90s-inspired death/thrash perfect for diehard metal fanatics!
Track Premiere + Interview: Mystrionics, “Bedside Manor”
A clearly bizarre, surprisingly catchy, truly distinctive fusion of influences from this genre-defiant Portland, OR trio...
Actors, “Bury Me,” from It Will Come to You (Artoffact, 2018)
A cinematically synthwaved brand of forlorn-yet-danceable post-punk with a lush, modernized air of darkness.