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Go Die is for punk fans looking for something a little different. Consisting of only two members the band still manages to churn out pretty dynamic sounding tunes through insightful lyrics and electronic effects. They sorta remind me of a slightly more lo-fi version of Intro5pect meets early era Dwarves. Anyway, the duo released an album called "Nail House Rock" somewhat recently and you can stream and/or download it for free on their bandcamp. Check 'em out!
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The band’s upcoming album The Angst In My Veins is set to be released on September 30th through Equal Vision Records.Add to My Radar
Sometimes you see an email come in from an unknown band and just sort of automatically assume its going to be something you’re not going to be interested in. Ignoring any knee jerk reactions, however, you dutifully click the link, insert your headphones, and give the band their fair chance at being heard. And then something unexpected happens. You LOVE what you hear! That’s exactly what happened when Czech melodic hardcore act Hopes sent in their new EP “Wake Up” for coverage consideration. I won’t waste too much time trying to describe their sound. I’ll just say that if you dig melodic hardcore or feel a little adventurous you should absolutely give the EP a listen below. And if you dig it you can download this little gem for free on bandcamp.Add to My Radar
California melodic hardcore act No Bragging Rights are streaming a new song titled “Brave Hearts,” which sees Gideon frontman Daniel McWhorter making a cameo appearance. Give the track a listen below.Add to My Radar
“Outdated” comes from the bands’ upcoming album The Concrete Flower which is set to be released on September 23rd via Pure Noise Entertainment. They last released Cycles in 2012 through Good Fight Music.Add to My Radar
If I were to describe Future Primitive‘s sound in just two words, the words I’d use would probably be ‘fucking nuts’. This 4-piece from North Carolina has been around for no more than 4 months but they sound like they’ve been playing their unique brand of unrelentingly fast melodic hardcore together for years. Don’t believe me? Listen to the demo they just put up on their Bandcamp page – it’s free to stream and download, but I highly recommend throwing a few bucks their way to help ‘em put out a proper release!Add to My Radar
On the pending release, vocalist Mike Perez commented:
“The Concrete Flower” is us at our best. We found our identity in “Cycles”, which made it fun to tastefully experiment and push that sound even further. I take a lot of pride in the lyrics I wrote and the subject matter is something we feel very strongly about. We’re really happy to be sharing these songs and their messages.
No Bragging Rights released their latest album Cycles in 2012 through Good Fight Music.Add to My Radar
Poughkeepsie, NY based melodic hardcore band Meridian are streaming a new song called “Everything That Kept Me Moving.”
You can give it a listen below.
“Everything That Kept Me Moving” comes from the bands’ upcoming album The Awful Truth, which is set to be released on September 2nd via Victory Records.Add to My Radar