Tag: Hardcore

Helpless – Debt Review

About two weeks or so back, I got a message from Last Rites Central Command asking me if my Helpless review was ready. “I have no idea what you’re talking about,” I responded, for once

Roger Miret – My Riot: Agnostic Front, Grit, Guts & Glory Review

Reading this autobiography of Agnostic Front-man Roger Miret further confirmed two painfully obvious theories that I’ve long known to be true: 1 – Agnostic Front and everyone involved with them are pretty much badasses. 2

Bloodclot – Up In Arms Review

“There’s never been a better time for punk, hardcore, than what’s happening on this planet right now, so we gotta fucking work together and try to flip the switch on this bullshit that these motherfuckers

Ion Dissonance – Cast The First Stone Review

Originally written by K. Scott Ross. Step right up, step right up. Are you angry? Of course you are. And we’ve got just the product for you. Midwestern angst, right here. Slipknot CDs from the 90s! Oh,

Colombian Necktie – All Paths Lead To Nowhere Review

Colombian Necktie’s first album – 2014’s Twilight Upon Us – was a decent enough little blast of sludgy hardcore, but not one that held a lot of staying power for me. There’s always potential in

Nails – You Will Never Be One of Us Review

Up until recently, I was unaware of any fuckery and douchebaggery that Nails may have engaged in during their time as a band. They were just a bunch of guys who made very angry music

Venomous Concept – Kick Me Silly – VC III Review

At this point, probably only about 12% of all musicians anywhere haven’t been involved in a side project with either Shane Embury or Danny Lilker. Or at least, they haven’t yet been involved in one.

Fucking Invincible – I Hate Myself And Want You To Die

Fucking Invincible’s first full-length It’ll Get Worse Before It Gets Better spent quite a bit of time assaulting my eardrums in the second half of 2015, a beatdown in eleven minutes, spun and spun and

Die Choking – III Review

I have a to-do list that I keep on my phone – y’know, because I’m, like, organized and stuff – and on it, in addition to whatever stupid tasks I must complete in order to

Vhöl – Deeper Than Sky Review

The phrase “whether it’s intentional or not” is as crucial to a music writer as “no offense, but” is to the general population. Both are expressions that allow someone to introduce a controversial or perhaps