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Adam Yoe

Baltimore bred and battered. 37. Punk/hardcore/metal/nature/human rights

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A barely audible missive followed by an unsettling belch of ambient hip hop that wandered off the campus of wherever it is that Dr. Octagon works, and the squeal of feedback… thus begins the uncompromising pummel that is “Blueprint For Destruction.” Released in the first quarter of the year via

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As I write this, spring is upon us. Hurtling ever closer to the unforgiving fires of summer, Profound Lore Records is set to unleash “Lament”, the debut LP from the frostbitten, blackened Hardcore mob Totaled. Content with beckoning oblivion as opposed to thaw, this is an unforgiving and harrowing statement

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Tørsö “Build and Break 7” Build and Break by TORSO REV 178 Fittingly, the formation of the Bay Area Hardcore troop Tørsö involves the cobbling together of musical appendages from dizzyingly disparate locales. Their Voltron-like conception from scene stalwarts both stateside and abroad began half a decade ago. Bringing together

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I won’t out the media outlet I came across that, merely a week into our eleventh month, foolishly teased their “Best Of 2018” list. As I write this, we’re a week away from an album set to drop that will render the over-eager lists null and void in grand, bleak

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Full disclosure here… the album rollout for “Burnt Sugar”, the impending sophomore full length from Ft. Lauderdale, Florida’s Gouge Away, has been frought with impatience. Having heard and subsequently replayed lead single “Only Friend” ad infinitum only to be more stoked on “Ghost”, the anticipation had become, well, an excruciating

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  When we last caught up with Ian Shelton, the mastermind behind Regional Justice Center,  “World Of Inconvenience” had recently dropped. During the interim, it has squarely and forcefully demanded it’s place among my favorite records of the year. In fact, I’ve read nothing short of superlative-laden, glowing reviews. Living

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