Tag: Hardcore

All Pigs Must Die – Hostage Animal Review

There is certainly a very loud, ongoing argument about whether heavy metal is inherently political or inherently apolitical. The argument has certainly heated up on the social medias lately and boy oh boy do people

Friendship – Hatred Review

Don’t believe them – they’re not your friends. Unless your friends come over and break your belongings, beat you half senseless, scream into the night with all the rage of a thousand suns, and generally

God Mother – Vilseledd

This new full-length from Sweden’s God Mother has drawn early comparison to Dillinger Escape Plan, but I’d bet that’s as much because of their signing to DEP guitarist Ben Weinman’s Party Smasher label – and

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