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Terror (hardcore) releases new video for “Mind at War”

Terror’s latest album, The 25th Hour, will hit the shelves on August 7th via Victory Records, but you can get a feel for the new material by checking out their video for “Mind at War” below.

Terror frontman Scott Vogel had this to say about “Mind at War” and the video:

“When Nick [Jett, drummer] first showed me this song, I immediately thought it had a DRI “Four Of A Kind” crossover feel to it which I love and is pretty fresh for TERROR. Lyrically, everyone can relate to this. All our minds are at war within ourselves and this fucked up world. We needed a visual that bought to life the dark side of our thoughts and the Tom Soares legendary production really shows on this track.”



S.O.D. reunion in the works?

Horns Up Rock is reporting that crossover thrash icons S.O.D. ― the supergroup featuring Billy Milano (M.O.D.) and three current/former Anthrax members Scott Ian, Charlie Benante and Danny Lilker (also a member of Nuclear Assault) ― will reunite for a 30th anniversary celebration at next year’s Black N Blue Bowl in New York City.

There doesn’t seem to be much more information regarding the reunion, but Horns Up Rock revealed that BNB Takeover radio show on East Village Radio played a new S.O.D. song, implying that new material is in the works.



Enziguri (hardcore) debut music video – “Heads Up”

NYC hardcore punks Enziguri have a brand new music video out for their song “Heads Up”. Take a look below.

The video was filmed during one of the band’s recent shows at Alfie’s Place in the Bronx. The track comes off the band’s self-titled EP, which came out last month (June 13, 2015). You can get a free/name your price digital copy of the EP right here.



Endless Heights stream new song “Whisper”

Sydney post-hardcore outfit Endless Heights are streaming their new song ”Whisper”. You can listen to it below.

“Whisper” is taken from Endless Heights’ upcoming EP Teach You How to Leave, which is due for release on August 14th.



Lay It On The Line offer “A Prelude To The Process” for name your price download

London hardcore band  Lay It On The Line are offering their most recent EP for free. The band released A Prelude To The Process earlier this year, and you can now download it for free via their Bandcamp page.

You can check it out below.

“A Prelude To The Process” is out on CD and download, via Cambridge label Aaahh!! Real Records on March 9th. The album, “Black Museum” will follow late summer.



KDC robbed on European tour

Buffalo, New York (by way of Puerto Rico) hardcore act KDC were the latest victims of the seemingly endless string of bands being robbed on tour. While in Europe, their van was broken into and a significant amount of cash and tshirts were stolen.

The band is currently still on tour in Europe following the European re-release of their 2013 album, The Veracity of Solitude, out via Head 2 Wall Records. If you are planning on hitting up a show (dates and locations below), buy some merch to help them out! If you aren’t able to attend a show, but still want to donate, you can send paypal donations to changuiro_kdc@yahoo.com.

Let’s hope this is the last story like this.



Music Video: Questions – “Those Days”

Brazilian hardcore act Questions have premiered a music video for their song ”Those Days” and you can check it out below.

“Those Days” is taken from Questions’s lastest album Pushed Out… of Society, which was released on July 11th through Seven Eight Life Recordings.



Stray from the Path stream new song “First World Problem Child” off upcoming album

Long Island hardcore outfit Stray From The Path have unveiled a new track from their forthcoming “Subliminal Criminals” LP. The song is called “First World Problem Child” and features Sam Carter; vocalist for Brighton four-piece Architects, and you can listen to it here.

“Subliminal Criminals” will be available from the 14th August via Sumerian Records.



Shai Hulud sign to No Sleep Records, announce new album “Sincerely Hated”

New York’s Shai Hulud have signed to No Sleep Records with plans to release a new album titled Sincerely Hated later this year.

You can listen to a new track titled “Colder Than the Cold World” and find details on the band’s current North American tour below.

We’ll keep you posted as more details on Sincerely Hated come to light. The album will be Shai Hulud’s first in 2 years, serving as a follow-up to 2013′s Reach Beyond the Sun.



Blistered stream new song “Path of the Coward”

Tampa Bay metallic hardcore band Blistered are streaming a new song from their upcoming album The Poison of Self Confinement. The song is called “Path of the Coward”, and you can listen to it below.

The Poison of Self Confinement is set to be released on August 21st via 6131 Records, and will serve as a follow up to 2014′s Soul Erosion.



Comeback Kid and Stray From The Path announce fall North American tour

Canadian hardcore punk veterans Comeback Kid and Long Island hardcore act Stray From The Path have announced plans to tour the US and Canada this fall. Check out the list of dates and locations below!



The Bastard Sons stream single “Listen Here,” release track list for upcoming album “Smoke”

UK hardcore group The Bastard Sons have released the cover art and track listing for their upcoming album “Smoke” and you can check it out below, along with a stream of their single “Listen Here.”

The record is set for August 7th release through Kaiju Records.



War Charge release two new songs off upcoming LP

Scottish hardcore act War Charge have released two new songs as a teaser to their upcoming LP. Give them a listen below!

This new music is a follow up to 2014′s EP, New World Justice, which was released via Farewell Records.



Music Video: Gatherers – “Ritual Flowers”

New Jersey post-hardcore act Gatherers (formerly known as just Gatherer) have premiered a music video for their song ”Ritual Flowers”. You can watch the video below.

“Ritual Flowers” is taken from Gatherers’ upcoming album Quiet World, which will be released on July 31st through Equal Vision Records. This album will serve as the follow-up to 2013′s Caught Between a Rock and a Sad Place, which was released under their original name Gatherer.



Counterparts streams new album, “Tragedy Will Find Us”

Canadian post-hardcore band Counterparts has a new album out called Tragedy Will Find Us, and you can stream it below.  The 11-track album, which came out on Pure Noise, is the 4th from Counterparts.

Counterparts will also be touring in support of the new album, and you can also find those dates below.