Shinobi, "Last I Heard" (Self-Released, 2017)
Another great new alt.-rock jam from this impressive Philly quartet.
New Blood, "When Will it End" / "Weak Minds" (Self-Released, 1994)
Flawless '90s metalcore featuring future members of Fall Silent and Unconquered.
Silent Scream, "Railroaded," from Carrion Screaming (Occult Whispers, 2016)
A gothic post-punk masterpiece from this productive Finnish trio.
Quick Hits: Divebomb Records, DIVE143 - DIVE148
A string of six mind-blowing reissues from Deadly Blessing, Bugzy, Arbitrater, Temporary Insanity, Triphammer, and Clockwork.
Roguish Armament, "Maintain," from Roguish Armament (Striving for Togetherness, 1995)
NYC hip-hop that may seem familiar if you ever flipped through hardcore zines in the '90s...
Disappoint, "Don't Feel Sorry," from You've Found Peace (Self-Released, 2017)
Even more alt.-rock gold from Pennsylvania, this time with a hardcore/punk-infused, fuzzed-out twist...
Review: Black Helicopter, Everything is Forever (Limited Appeal, 2017)
An intriguingly-packaged new 12" from these underrated Boston greats...
Infaust, "Rausch," from Muster (Epistrophy, 1997)
Godflesh/Christdriver industrial metal meets skronked-out noise rock and Neurosis-esque tribalism.
Track Premiere: Out of Body, “Notes”
Perfectly-executed heavy yet emo-tinged '90s-styled post-hardcore/alt.-rock...
Once and for All, "Get a Clue," from Thinking Man's World (Nemesis, 1990)
This must be one of the funkiest hardcore records of all time, right?
Review: A Track-by-Track Initial Reaction to Integrity's Howling, for the Nightmare Shall Consume
Representative of the band's nearly 30-year discography, and beyond...
Mental Disturbance, "Living in a Slum," from Mental Disturbance (Alternative Noise, 1990)
Killer crossover hardcore/thrash featuring future Belgian metalcore legend Michel Kirby.
Review: Edgewise, Angels & Addicts (Coin Toss, 2017)
20 years later, these '90s PAHC ragers are back for more...
Mindforce Launches Pre-orders for The Future Of... via Trip Machine Laboratories: EP Stream + Interview
Rightfully-hyped HVHC unit looks to the past to build a future...
West Coast Hardcore Stalwarts Dear Furious Stream “Claws Out”: Track Premiere + Interview
If this is a "love song," imagine what happens when they REALLY get furious!?
One Man Army, "Judge Not" (2004)
Peep this short-lived and little-known outfit fronted by Fury of Five's James "Stikman" Ismean!