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Monday, May 8, 2017 at 8:16 PM (PST) by Double J
Tuesday, April 18, 2017 at 8:02 PM (PST) by liathdavis
Phoenix, AZ based hardcore act American Standards have dropped the music video for “Carpe Diem, Tomorrow” off the “Anti-Melody” album, set for release on April 28th. You can scope out the video, and their fresh tour dates below.
“Anti- Melody” will be a follow up to “Hungry Hands.”
Sunday, April 16, 2017 at 12:00 PM (PST) by jaystone
A couple of weeks ago, we brought you our review of Empowering Life, the new full-length from five-piece Spanish hardcore band We Ride. In order to form your own opinion, the album is now streaming in its entirety here. Check it out!
Sunday, April 9, 2017 at 7:35 PM (PST) by Daron
We Ride has released “Do It All Again,” from their upcoming album “Empowering Life.” Front-woman Mimi Telmo says “‘Do It All Again’ reflects all the feelings and memories we make when we are on the road. When we come back home the only thing we think about is we would do it all again.”
Their last album, “On the Edge,” was released in 2012. “Empowering Life” was recorded in 2016 and mixed by Cameron Webb (Motorhead, NOFX) and will be released on April 14th by Victory Records. You can check out the new single below.
Check out Dying Scene’s review of “Empowering Life” here.
Wednesday, April 5, 2017 at 10:59 AM (PST) by liathdavis
Noise punk hardcore act American Standards have announced the release of their full length album, “Anti-Melody” which will drop on April 28, 2017. For a taste of the fast paced and aggression-riddled breakdown, you can check out a music video for the first track of the album, “Writers Block Party” below.
To get yourself on the waiting list for this assuredly-anticipated hardcore piece, you can pre-order “Anti- Melody” here!
Since the release of 2012’s On the Edge, Spanish natives, We Ride have established themselves as force to be reckoned with. Their relentless work ethic and resolute determination to conquer the hardcore scene, one blown eardrum at a time, has seen them play with bands such as Madball, Bane and H20. This new album finds the band with the bit firmly between their teeth as they look to spread their brand of forward thinking hardcore to the masses.
Opening song, “Voices” ignites the taper for what follows as the band slowly piece together the song, allowing the instruments to build before merging into dense wall of powerful, provocative hardcore. That’s even before singer Mimi Telmo throws herself into this cyclone of noise as she caustically spits out her vocals. A lesser vocalist might lack the power to elbow their way to the front but her voice proves to be the perfect guide to lead the band through the raging storm. Opening single, “Self-Made” is a barreling riot of pounding drums, earth fracturing bass and meaty distorted guitar chords.The intro is vaguely reminiscent of Minor Threat’s masterpiece “In My Eyes” before the band take it somewhere else entirely with an inspired, razor sharp, stop start riff. The song is a dynamic and reassured highlight that perfectly illustrates the chemistry between all the members of the band. The song hurtles along before slamming on the brakes for a brutal breakdown that Hatebreed would be proud of. This proves to be no fluke as the crushing breakdown of “Do It All Again” confirms.
“What You Are” features an inspired guest appearance from JJ from Deez Nuts. Here Telmos laments a relationship that has dissolved into apathy, leaving little choice but to move on. “Time Is Now” again demonstrates the band’s profound understanding of dynamics as it changes tempo from furiously quick to brutally slow. The band clearly know their hardcore with their sound sitting comfortably next to New York hardcore legends Sick Of It All. Like them the sound is ferocious with songs stampeding along whilst retaining a clear understanding of melody. The band write hooks that smack you in the face but then lodge themselves in your brain long after the air has ceased to vibrate.
We Ride are clearly a forward thinking hardcore band. They tip their hats to the greats of the past but they are just as comfortable introducing more contemporary metalcore elements into the mix. For example, “Summer” opens with a sheen of distorted guitar before taking off in a more metalcore direction. “Everyday Matters” has a more spacious opening as the band wind up for another brutal assault. It’s a fundamentally awe-inspiring channeling of rage. One that has clearly been well-honed over years of touring. Lyrically, the songs center around astute calls for self-belief without ever coming across as repetitive or cliche. Even the more political subject matter never comes across as contrived or trite. “Endless Hope’s” pleas for empathy and understanding for those less fortunate works as a powerful and important message for the times we live in.
As an album this is as ferocious and unforgiving as you would hope. It’s full of hostile, barely controlled vitriol but framed around taut hooks and memorable riffs. Front woman, Mimi Telmos, has said in the promotion of this record that she wishes to be seen as a positive figure for females in the hardcore scene. This she has achieved easily. Irrespective of her gender, Telmos is a raw and honest singer leading a band that has crafted a blistering album. What is evident is that there is no schtick or pretence here, just one of the most authentic and impassioned hardcore albums you will hear this year.
Tuesday, March 14, 2017 at 1:40 PM (PST) by The Torchbearer
Chicago celtic punk band The Tossers have released a new video for their song “Erin Go Bragh.”
You can check it out below.
“Erin Go Bragh” comes from the bands’ latest release, Smash The Windows, which was released on March 3rd via Victory Records.
Friday, March 3, 2017 at 9:27 AM (PST) by villagebrown
Chicago celtic punk band The Tossers are streaming their newest full length, Smash The Windows. The album, which explores Irish-American culture, devotion, and pride is as chaotic and rowdy as you would expect from the group – but with a freshness to both music and lyrics that keep us all interested in this powerful group.
The band comments:
We are really excited for the Smash The Windows release and even more excited to let people give it a listen before it comes out!,” heralds guitarist Mike Pawula. “By recording something traditional, we salute our past, as the album reflects a memoir of immigrants settling in America. And with the contemporary material, we are pulling ourselves forward and trying new things. This album means a lot to us, we hope you all love it as much as we do!
You can check out a track listing as well as a stream of the album below.
Smash The Windows serves as a follow-up to The Emerald City, which was released in March 2013 on Victory Records.
Thursday, March 2, 2017 at 5:15 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Canadian hardcore punks Comeback Kid have announced they will be touring Europe from mid-June through early July. The tour will see them playing club shows as well as festivals, and a few dates will also feature Every Time I Die.
Check out the tour dates below to see if there’s a show near you.
The band’s latest album Die Knowing was released in 2014 through Victory Records.
Sunday, February 26, 2017 at 3:10 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
The Tossers have released a video for the title track of their upcoming album. “Smash The Windows” is out on Victory Records this coming Friday (March 3rd). The track follows streams of two other advance tracks, “Erin Go Bragh” and “The Horses.”
You can watch the video below.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at 9:58 AM (PST) by Shane Dover
Carousel Kings’ last release was a 4 song Christmas covers split titled “Three Christmas Classics… A Four Song EP” with The Great Heights Band in 2015.
Friday, February 3, 2017 at 10:20 AM (PST) by villagebrown
Lancaster pop-punkers Carousel Kings have revealed a new single from their upcoming record, Charm City. The song is called “Dynamite” and frontman David Alexander says that it is one of the bands “heavy hitters and definitely one of our favourites to jam live.”
You can check it out below.
Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 10:37 AM (PST) by Gina Skidz
Chicago’s Celtic punk band The Tossers has lots going on, and it all happens right around St. Patrick’s Day (total coincidence, I’m sure). First off, they will be heading out on a short U.S. tour that culminates with a homecoming show in Chicago on March 17th. You can find all of the dates and places below.
The Tossers will also release their new album, Smash the Windows, on March 3rd via Victory Records. You can check out their new song “Erin Go Bragh,” which chronicles the story of the Irish coming to America, below.
The Tossers’ last album, “The Emerald City,” was released in March 2013 on Victory Records.
Aussie rockers Awaken I Am have joined Victory Records, the label announced yesterday. The band plans to head into the studio in January to work on a new album that will be released on the Victory label.
Awaken I Am released their debut album, Shields & Crowns, in 2014.
Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 3:20 PM (PST) by Screeching Bottlerocket
Check out the new dates and locations below.
The band’s latest album Die Knowing was released in March, 2014 through Victory Records.