Richmond, VA thrash punks 3:33 are streaming their album “S/T.” The album serves as follow up to their single “War On!” that was released in December of last year.
Check out the new album below.
Monday, October 9, 2017 at 10:53 AM (PST) by rick delaney
Virginia-based hardcore unit Genosha are streaming their latest record entitled Our Conviction. Heavily metal-infused, the album features nine tracks of absolute filth and it’s bloody great. The label responsible for bringing Genosha’s seething resentment to the public is Tired and Pissed Records. You can check out the entire album below.
The previous release from Genosha was the 2016 album, Our Contempt.
Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 4:27 PM (PST) by Operation Rescue
Listen to the new track below.
You can give it a listen below.
The Swamp Cult Split was released on March 31st 2017 via Tired and Pissed Records.
Monday, January 30, 2017 at 1:54 PM (PST) by Mike Scott
Richmond based DIY hardcore/punk label Tired & Pissed Records has released the second a series of compilations. “Volume 2: This Time It’s Pissonal” is a 19 band affair and is available for free/donation from the label’s bandcamp.
You can listen to the compilation below.
Thursday, January 12, 2017 at 11:59 AM (PST) by Gina Skidz
Richmond, Virginia-based independent label Tired and Pissed Records has released their second annual compilation, This Time it’s Pissonal, and you can check it out below.
The 19-track comp features punk, thrash, and hardcore bands including 3:33, Straphangers, Stuck Backwards, AR15, and many more.
All Hope Remains are apparently based in Australia, but I'm finding that hard to believe. Everything from the Euro-English stylings of their name, to the slightly metallic, melancholy-tinged sound screams 'Alienated European punks who grew up listening to Epi/Fat' to me. This isn't the type of Aussie punk that conjures images of board shorts, beers and 'barbies, it's something deeper and more brooding than that. Their latest single 'Hit Rewind' is sure to tickle the fancy of skate punks across the world; the opening snare roll and subsequent harmonic-laden guitar riff rolling back the years to when Ten Foot Pole and Pennywise were hotter than an ill-prepared British tourist walking in the Australian sun. What sets these guys apart is their knack for melody and the clarity of the vocals. Plenty of bands are tight and technical, but few also have hooks that stand out over the flurry of riffs and drums fills that skate punk is heaving with. Check them out here.