When some hardcore veterans of the 2000's (ex members of KIRUNA, OVERMARS and GENEVA) decide to remember the 90's of their youth and to pay tribute to glorious bands like KISS IT GOODBYE, UNSANE or KNUT, the final result is ALABASTER. A perfect mix between punk hardcore and noise rock with just what it needs of metal, tense and nervous as you wish, with...
The Sun Gives Way To False Truths" starts out somewhat different to what you'd expect from this band. Instead of jumping straight into blasting beats and screaming vocals full of despair, the track begins very quietly and slowly.
Crow's Foot hails from Clearwater FL. These young punks take the blazing sound of bands like Bread and Water or Ballast, but add the passionate intensity of mid 90's anarcho/emo bands from France like Anomie. Raw anger mixed with a sense that we really co
swarrrm play three tracks of an almost indescribably intense form of grind that really pushes the boundaries of what music can be like. hectic riffs, blasting tight drums and insanely strained vocals come across like the epic emotion of envy filtered thro
When a band is named after an Orchid song you know they have the right influences already. Nine tracks of intense punk/screamo/skramz - whatever you want to call it. All the lyrics are in German but they come with English explanations which is cool.
Hammers from manchester/uk return after their break with a new record and a four week european tour in june 2012. their new material has become even more dark, chaotic and disturbing without losing their roots and typical sound they…all records w/ come
hbog from the usa - ex saddest landscape, the last forty seconds - guitar and drums, frantic and emotional emo punk, and khere from italy, screamo punk with chaotic parts buy yet melodic, joined this nice split in the name of a newborn friendship. coproduced.
his is the last thing I was expecting to come out of France. Pardon my American post-9/11 small-mindedness, but after two years in high school and a year in college studying the language and culture I expected any band out of France to feature a hurdy-gurdy player over a lame techno beat with lyrics focusing on "pain," "le comptoir" or "le magasin."
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