Tag: Powerviolence

Endorphins Lost – Seclusions Review

The first release on The Head Of Zeus Records, Seclusions is the second full-length for Pacific Northwest powerviolence outfit Endorphins Lost. If you’ve been playing along at home, Seclusions shouldn’t take you by surprise —

Thetan – Abysmal Review

Oh, what is this unholy noise?  Could it be I know, I know… The obvious jokes aside, it’s the wrong religion, anyway. It should be this guy, instead: He’s funny enough without the face tattoo.

Endorphins Lost / OSK – Split Review

FAST RITES: because sometimes brevity is fundamental. Ah, the split 7”, that wonderful little beast that keeps the grind and punk flowing… Short and sweet and frantic and furious, just like the good lord intended

Last Rites Presents: DeathgraVe – A ThirTy MinuTe PrimEr

One of the more amusing grievances metal fans toss into the ring these days relates to our genre’s prevailing fondness for keeping most every branch cemented in the past. Truth: It would be tragic beyond

ACxDC – Antichrist Demoncore Review

Originally written by Chris Redar Powerviolence is possibly the worst name for a genre with generally good-to-great music. It’s just a reference point like any other genre name, but still- every time the syllables cross

Various Artists – This Comp Kills Fascists Vol 2 Review

This second installment in Pig Destroyer / Agoraphobic Nosebleed mastermind Scott Hull’s series of samplers of underground grindcore, power-violence and hardcore manages to transcend label-cash-in compilation-album status (be it through quality, sheer luck, or Hull’s involvement)