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Northwoods are a band from Italy who play a hysterical, dark and rabid strain of noise rock-infested hardcore punk that sounds like the bastard child of Unsane, Fugazi and Converge – with a small hint of black metal thrown in the mix to make everything that much more grim and fucked in

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Trap Them, Call of The Void with support from WTCHDR and Seer April 29, 2017 SBC Restaurant, Vancouver, BC There’s something truly satisfying about finally seeing a band perform when you’d kind of just assumed they’d never make an appearance in the city you live. Such was case of Trap

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 The importance of Boston on the legacy of hardcore can’t be understated. Fuck the salad days, I say, and onward to the entree. Vein, an unhinged brood of metallic hardcore pummelers, are poised to take their unpredictability to the main stage. With sets lined up for both Sound and Fury

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Can you feel it? There’s a seismic rumbling beneath the Atlantic… Higher Power from Leeds in the UK. Set to drop their debut LP Soul Structure on May 19th via Flatspot Records, this mosh crew’s fresh take on HxC is sure to please fans of all walks. Though I never dare say “clean,” the

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Santa Cruz’s Moirai were another prime example of sick ass bands who were too weird or strange to be “cool”, and who, while in existence, flew completely under everyone’s radar, opting to disband in the end and going criminally unnoticed. These types of things are unacceptable crimes, so here we are, doing what

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CN: By now, you’re a band who needs no introduction. Everyone knows the name Full Of Hell, but it is often apparent that — much like some of your more iconic influences — most do not appreciate (or even understand) the full extent of the complexities within your music, lyrics,

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