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.
Quirky Indie Goes ‘Gaze in New Single From Gaadge: “Do What Now?”
Stream the latest track from this promising experimental indie rock crew.
Saginaw’s Circuitous Noise Rock Laced With Metalcore Returns: Premiere + Interview
Stream the Minneapolis trio's new two-song EP, Fugue.
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..."