A bare slipknot on a black background. Essential, explicit, uncompromising. The artwork of Peste’s brand new EP displays exactly what you can expect from their music: a bunch of nihilistic rides launched on a razorblade at breakneck speed. Hardcore in its darkest form meets crust punk and even seminal black
How about some uncut and angry hardcore? If that is what you want then PRODUCT LUST will do the trick! Their soon to be released tape Year of the Rat is a total mind fuck that will have your brain cells bugging out non stop! Here are the questions: is
SECTION H8’s new record Phase One has been on repeat since I heard it just the other day. What I love about their music is that you can hear that thy have lived life with all of the up and downs it has to offer. They have injected all of
Text and photos by Charles Nickles What a perfect night for the old bad time… Dead Tenants I miss the skinny yip of nervous jerks that first thrilled me about Gold Standard Laboratories (and to a more bloodthirsty degree, Three One G). The metal choke of wretched six string, the
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.
Hardcore and Krishna have had a long time history going all the way back to the early NYHC scene. Fast forward to 2018 and Luis Aponte of Jesus Piece is waving his Krishna flag high. Check out this really cool mini doc that he took part in that was created