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Incendiary stream new track “The Product Is You” from upcoming album

Long Island, New York hardcore act Incendiary are streaming a new track titled “The Product Is You.” You can listen to it below.

The track comes from the band’s upcoming full length release, which will be titled “Thousand Mile Stare” and is set to be released on May 5 via Closed Casket Activities. You can find the tracklist for the album below the new song.



This Is Hardcore announces 2017 lineup

Annual Philadelphia hardcore jaunt This Is Hardcore fest has announced it’s line up for this year’s offering, which takes place July 27th-30th at Electric Factory. Headliners include Madball, Terror, Pulling Teeth, Buried Alive, H2O and Shelter.

The full lineup and break down of days is up on the festival website.



Higher Power (hardcore, UK) stream track “Balance” from forthcoming EP

Leeds based hardcore outfit Higher Power are streaming a track from their forthcoming EP Soul Structure. The record is due for release via Flatspot Records this May.

If you can’t wait to hear it, you can enjoy “Balance” below.



Miozan (DE, hardcore) release video for “No More Words”

German hardcore exports Miozän have released a video for “No More Words”. The track is taken from current album “Surrender Denied”, out on Demons Run Amok. The record was released back in January.

You can watch the video below.



Body Count release video for new song “Black Hoodie”

Body Count have released a music video for another track off their upcoming album Bloodlust. Check out the video for “Black Hoodie” below.

Bloodlust is set to release on March 31st through Century Media. It will be the band’s first album in 3 years, following 2014’s Manslaughter.



Music Video: Terror – ” Kill ‘Em Off”

Los Angeles hardcore band Terror recently premiered a violently old school-style music video for their song, “Kill ‘Em Off.” The new single is one off of their upcoming EP, The Walls Will Fail. 

On the topic of the video, vocalist Scott Vogel says:

“It feels good to have some new music coming out. We thought this song would be right to release first, as the energy and vibe sums up this EP. Terror is always going to be Terror, and we’re proud to be consistent and on point with our sound. But still we are always trying to push and make sure the urgency and reality is always in everything we do.”

You can check the clip out below.

The Walls Will Fail is scheduled for release on April 28th, it will be the group’s first release with their new label, Pure Noise Records.



Blood Youth (hardcore) release video for new single “I Remeber”, announce tour dates

UK Hardcore act Blood Youth have released a video for their new song “I Remember”.
The band also announced 4 release shows and will be part of 4 European festivals.

You can check out the video along with tour dates and locations below.

“I Remember” comes from the bands’ upcoming debut album Beyond Repair, which is set to be released on April 7th via Rude Records.



Music Video: waterweed – “Beyond the ocean”

Japanese melodic hardcore act waterweed have premiered a music video for their new track “Beyond the ocean.” You can watch it below.

“Beyond the ocean” comes from the band’s upcoming second album release, titled “Brightest.” The album is set to be released on April 5th via Maximum-10 Records.



Vices stream new album “Now That I Have Seen I Am Responsible”

Sydney, Australia based hardcore band Vices are currently streaming their new album, titled “Now That I Have Seen I Am Responsible,” via their Bandcamp page. You can listen to it below.

The album was released on March 17 via Resist Records, and follows their last release in album “We’ll Make It Through This,” which was dropped on November 14, 2014.



Hard Pipe Hitters (punk/hardcore/ska) stream new song “Two Party System Blues”

Las Vegas punks Hard Pipe Hitters have released a new single called ‘Two Party System Blues” and you can give it a listen below.

Hard Pipe Hitters last released Revenge, Rebellion, and What Have You on May 12th, 2014.



Ruiner detail Californian dates

Baltimore’s reformed hardcore exports Ruiner have announced a bunch of California shows in May. The band, which formed in the early 00s, disbanded in 2010. Vocalist Rob Sullivan commented on the band’s reunion: “We are just really excited that anyone gives a shit we are back doing this damn thing.” Tour support on all dates is Florida’s Strange Ways.

MAY:
18th: The Colony in Sacramento, CA
19th: Chain Reaction in Anaheim, CA
20th: Che Cafe in LA Jolla, CA
21st: Gilman in Berkeley, CA



Terror announce US Spring Tour Dates and New EP “The Walls Will Fall”

Legendary hardcore act Terror have announced that they will tour the US this Spring with Godshate and Abuse Of Power. Along with the dates, they have also released details of their newest release, an EP entitled, The Walls Will Fall. According to the band, the record will come out on April, 28, 2017.

If you’d like to see the tour dates, take a look below.

 



Kids Insane (hardcore, Israel) stream new album “Cluster”

Israeli hardcore outfit Kids Insane are streaming their latest album for free. The ten track record has been released via Redfield Records. You can enjoy the release below but if you like it, head over to the band’s merch shop, iTunes, or Amazon and pick up a physical copy.



I Am The Owl (Colorado, punk rock) announce EP “A Mission To Civilize: Part II” and stream track from it

Colorado punk rockers I Am The Owl have announced that they will release their latest EP on June 1st, 2017. The record will be titled A Mission To Civilize: Part II and will feature a total of seven tracks.

If you can’t wait for release day, take a listen to “Faith (No More)” from the record below.



All For Nothing (Holland, hardcore) stream new video for single”At First Sight”

Dutch hardcore outfit All For Nothing have released a music video for their track, “At First Sight”. The single is from forth coming album, Minds Awake/Hearts Alive, which is currently available for preorder from iTunes, Amazon, and Google

You can check “At First Sight” out below.