Connect With Intellect: The History of Elements DEC
The full story behind one of New Jersey's most inventive yet unsung metallic hardcore bands (a.k.a. NJHC Obscurities, Volume IV).
Train of Thought: NJHC Obscurities, Volume III
One of the most underrated seven-song discographies in the history of the genre...
Bas Rotten is About to Release the Grindcore Album of the Year
Stream a new track—"Self"—from the Portuguese outfit's debut LP, Surge.
The 1984 Draft Explores—and Copes With—Pandemic Unease on New EP, Destination Breakdown
Dayton, OH emo/indie/alt.-rock unit preps limited edition lathe-cut 7" release.
Track Premiere + Interview: Statues, “Ending the Holocene”
Umeå, Sweden trio returns with more (post-)punked-up indie rock heat from soon-to-be-issued album #2.
Ipecac: Bandcamp Blasts From the Past, Volume I
Quirkily atypical metallic hardcore circa mid-'90s Richmond, VA.
YouTube Rabbit Hole: A.R. Kane Edition
A quick dive into some '80s U.K. jams that I probably should've examined long ago...
The Astral Void Displays Atmospheric Doom Dexterity on Full-Length Debut, ‘Earthen Tomb’
Bury yourself in these hypnotizing doom/sludge grooves...
Track Premiere + Interview: Crasher, “That Same Old Thing”
A gritty-yet-captivating alt.-rock "folk song" from the forthcoming 'Traitor' EP.
Khost Discuss Lurching New Album, Buried Steel, Plus Dispense Video for "Night Air"
"...a unifying gravitational down-thrust as earth reclaims what was stolen..."
Red Vienna Talks Beautifully Bleak New EP, ‘Tomhet’
Vancouver post-rock/punk outfit issues two of its darkest compositions to date.
Stream the Diverse, Hook-Filled Debut Album From “Aging Former Punks” Sik Oheso
From heartfelt emo to punk- or pop-tinged indie rock, and more...
Stream Atlantic Tired South, the Breathtaking Posthumous EP From Winnipeg Post-Rock 'Gazers Projektor
The Failure and Quicksand covers are not at all out of place as loose reference points...
Mystery Grab Bag: Episode 12
Blind reactions to Onespot Fringehead, Left Behind, Parallax, Metal Church, and many more!
Think Machine's This Machine Makes Noise is the Most Unique and Interesting Indie Rock Album I've Heard All Year
And, really, it's SO MUCH more than just "indie rock"...
Stream the New Labor Hex EP, Nothing is Real
Boston act returns with more angularly melodic (and memorable) punk-rocked post-hardcore.