The future looks more and more like a cyberpunk dystopia every day. The electric trash is piling up, robotic prosthetics are more customizable than ever, and bombs drop in unknown corners of the world constantly, raising a rebar spiked wasteland of concrete and prophetic desperation. We are the hell-future that
I’m unsure what others seek when choosing their favorite annual album, for those taken with such trivialities, that is. As far my tastes go, as one who savors hardcore punk confections, I tend to repetitiously consume what I find heaviest in caloric breakdowns and sweet earnestness. Basic genre tenets, really.
Dutch grindcore vandals Suffering Quota are releasing their sophomore album titled “Life In Disgust” in a couple weeks and today we’re stoked to bring you a glimpse into their new hopeless aural terror. “Life In Disgust” is being unleashed on November 2 through a coalition of underground bastions of extreme
The idea of a smoothie is an enticing one. A bunch of shit that is perceived as healthy all blended into a green pretentious liquid that pairs perfectly with that Lululemon active wear you swore you’d use to get a summer bod. Right as the intense flavor of glorified kale
Alright, just to make sure no one discovers this album and band in some years and then says “how did I miss this band or overlook this release?!” – you knew this shit ruled because you saw us saying so right here. Disgusted Geist hail from San Luis Obispo, California,
In the post-trend everything-all-at-once world we now live in, it certainly seems that Hardcore is finally enjoying a true resurgence. For those who remember the apocalyptic tension of an impending thing Y2K, the underground sounds of the era might seem underrepresented, but Horsewhip is here to remedy the situation. There