In recent years there has been a number of bands trying to redefine the boundaries of extreme music. Death metal acts will usually dive more into the orthodoxy of the genre, while hardcore acts usually travel back to the genre’s origin point to find its core aggressive attributes. But then
On the real there is so much good music coming out sometime it’s hard to keep up! Today I wanted to share with you some of my favorite new releases spanning many different genres from blistering hardcore, death metal infused war metal, metallic d-beat and the way to suffering death
Four teenagers from Stoke (England) decided to play together in 1977. What Terry “Tezz” Roberts, Tony “Bones” Roberts, Roy “Rainy” Wainwright, Nigel Bamford and Anthony “Akko” Axon didn’t know was that they would become one of the most important bands in the underground world scene. “We just wanted to be
Some of my favorite shows of all time happened in the 80’s at the Olympic Aud. Check out this insane show featuring BROKEN BONES straight killing shit! Peep how huge the pit was, their would be at least 3,000 punks at these shows! Thank you Louis Elovitz for capturing our history!!! BROKEN BONES Olympic
Michael D. Thorn’s photos are full of fucking life and fury which makes them priceless! I love his work because you can tell he is actually a member of the scenes that he covers, and that gives his work a certain perspective that an outsider would not have. On the real,
The world of music is moving at the speed of sound, so I decided to share with you some of the DIY Hardcore Punk and D-Beat releases that have my attention right now! Gouge s/t Wow, this Japanese band has totally pushed my wig back with their spot-on Rudimentary Peni worship.