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!
Best Post-Aftertaste Helmet Songs
Page Hamilton and company have been doing just fine for the past two decades...
Code Orange, "Bleeding in the Blur," from Forever (Roadrunner, 2017)
The song that single-handedly made me a Code Orange believer.
Thoughts of Ionesco Peer Clear Into “The Alt. Light”: Track Premiere + Interview
Cult "metalcore" comeback looks to the guiding light...
Track Premiere: This Sect, “Pink in Red”
Oslo "post-punk weirdos" return for an efficiently memorable new EP.
Vain, "Inside Out," from Rolling With the Punches (Jackie Rainbow, 2017)
The '80s are in the eye of the beholder...
Track Premiere: Gridfailure, “Condescender”
A six-minute spread of sinister dark ambient swaths, murky melodies, and vengeful vocal textures.
Quick Hits: Apocalyptic Witchcraft Recordings—Crimson Throne, Gods, and Cnoc an Tursa
Taking a closer look at three excellent new metal releases from the U.K. imprint.
Ravage Ritual, "Spiritual Power," from Higher Power (Unquiet, 2016)
"Seinäjoki Negative Hardcore" act proves that Finland's still got it.