ODIO (Italian for “hatred”) are a Japanese-styled noisy hardcore/punk/d-beat/crust band hailing from Oakland (duh) CA, and featuring members of such bands as Holy, Korrosive, Tørsö, etc., and Un Mondo Libero Dall’Uomo (again Italian for “a world free from man”) is their debut EP released on 7″ vinyl by Nightrider Records.
When I was surrounded by the massive city of New York, I felt a loneliness that I have never felt in smaller places. There was one band that helped me make sense out of my internal dispair. Sunny Day Real Estate‘s music was the musical light I need to get
Punk and Metal – that is, the collective scenes – operate and are fueled by a number of intricate parts. Each one serves their own function. When pulled back and examined as a whole, it almost resembles a vast array of cogs in a machine. From the bands, to the labels that
RITUAL HOWLS is: Paul Bancell – vocalist, guitarist Chris Samuels – synths, samples, drum machines Ben Saginaw – bass One thing that is really striking about this album is the wonderful guitar tones. From a production standpoint, how was this blended with the electronic beats so well and how did
Belgrado has embraced dub reggae. Don’t worry. Their new album, Obraz (or “Image”), skulks with the Barcelonian quartet’s soulful post-punk bounce. Yet, Obraz, in its stoned languor, bespeaks the lauded anarchist outfit’s embracing their age. Belgrado is not old, as Obraz is the third record of this July after the
Let’s all get HIGH and blast the new COUGH LP Still They Pray out now on Relapse Records because it’s the motherfucking BOMB!!! The band is super active now, which is a blessing for heavy doom fans worldwide. Check out this smashing performance of them wrecking shop in Brooklyn this