Anomie contains six passionated post-hardcore songs with just perfect instrumental work and vocals. While listening to the songs you get the desire to see this three-piece band from Toronto, Canada, playing live in front of you. For fans of LOMA PRIETA, KIDCRASH, AT THE DRIVE-IN and DAITRO.
On their first full-length album BLACK LOVE from Montreal are managing to combine emotional post-hardcore/screamo tunes with atmospheric, almost shoegaze-like guitar works. BLACK LOVE's sound is outstanding and really hard to describe. But fans of Pianos Become The Teeth, Yage and Locktender will get it and love this album!
Almost 2 years after their split 10" with Coma Regalia and Heart On My Sleeve, Cavalcades finally release their first album on I.Corrupt.Records. The Scottish emo outfit probably recorded one of the year's top album in their genre. Fans of Small Brown Bike, Joyce Manor and Tiny Moving Parts will surely know how to enjoy this 10-track record
East of the Wall are back with the follow up to 2010’s Ressentiment. This time writing the entire album with their current lineup, the new songs are more cohesive and powerful than ever before. There are plenty of instrumental tracks throughout the album.
Locktender’s Kafka LP was called “One of the most powerful, uplifting and original artistic statements of 2013.” this new 4 song LP sees these midwestern post metal / post hardcore giants branch out even further with the four songs based on 4 sculptures by Auguste Rodin “I invent nothing, I rediscover.” Rodin
Their brandnew split, released for their common summer-tour through Europe last August 2009. Wonderful post-rock (by Single state of man from Schweinfurt, Germany) meats diversified screamo (by Men as trees from Auburn Hills, USA).
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