Song of the Day: ShotClock, “Cross My Heart,” from Side A (Say-10, 2020)
Catchy, no-frills pop-punk that really hits the spot.
Bushido Code Debuts Title Track From Forthcoming Thrashterpiece, The Ronin
Scorching thrash metal that raises the bar on the genre's latest resurgence.
Random Roundup: April 2021
Shit you should hear from Ayanyss, Far Away From All of This, Inverted Tower, Ryan Allen, Spark, and Taklamakan.
Song of the Day: Zero Trust, “Birch” (Equal Vision, 2021)
With lineup ties to Train of Thought, Bulldoze, Ghidrah, GMK, and even Coheed and Cambria—get those hopes up!
Sik Oheso Figures Out How to Stick Around With Catchy New Single, “Gum”
Punky emo/indie vibes guaranteed to stick with you!
Finnish Hardcore Unit 647 Teams With Former Elements DEC Frontman for New EP, “Binary” and “The Fiction”
Welcome to "Hel Jersey"...
Neighboring Sounds, “Spolia”: Track Premiere + Interview
Stellar '90s-influenced emo/indie rock from this well-versed Norwegian crew.
Vegas, “Recovery”: Track Premiere + Interview
Hear a brand new cut from the group's forthcoming full-length release.
Merauder's The Minus Years Will be One of the Most Important '90s Hardcore Reissues Ever
Plus, Mario Cangemi (Upstate Records) speaks with Bob Riley (Stigmata) on the Stigmata/Merauder connection...
Norwegian Post-Punk Unit This Sect Explores Dystopian Depths on New LP, Everything We Know Into a Black Hole
The long-awaited new LP surprises with lustrously dark, synth-cloaked post-punk.
Song of the Day: Sound/Escape, “Deep Field” (2021)
Spectacularly heavy shoegaze with an energetic approach that's much-appreciated.
Song of the Day: Wire Lines, “A Wolf for Your Rabbit,” from Harvest Verses (Self-Released, 2021)
Underrated Massachusetts four-piece returns with full-length #1.
Quirky Indie Goes ‘Gaze in New Single From Gaadge: “Do What Now?”
Stream the latest track from this promising experimental indie rock crew.
Song of the Day: Vainoa, “Vainot Eivät Pääty Koskaan,” from Pelon Varjo (Self-Released, 2021)
"New generation blackened hardcore" out of Helsinki, Finland.
Review: Groupie, Ephemeral (Handstand Records/Tapehead City, 2021)
Post-punk meets alt. rock on Brooklyn group's sleek 'n' unique new LP.
Review: Trillionaire, Romulus (Nefarious Industries, 2021)
Modern progressive metal collective issues a surprising gem of a debut.
Saginaw’s Circuitous Noise Rock Laced With Metalcore Returns: Premiere + Interview
Stream the Minneapolis trio's new two-song EP, Fugue.
Review: Pariiah, Swallowed by Fog (Trip Machine Laboratories, 2020)
Hardcore vets team up to deliver convulsing metal-punk à la Celtic Frost + Discharge + Saint Vitus.