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
The year was 1982 and I loved the bands that we killing it in the UK like Disorder, Chaos UK, Discharge – and the list goes on! Now the year is 2018 and the new release from PEST is straight blinding UK82 Hardcore all over again. Lost in Fog Records will
I have mad love for the aesthetic of Russian Tattoos, and I love the aesthetic of dark demented illustrators. This is why one of my favorite artists right now is GrimBlack – his work is creepy as fuck and very bold! When I stare at his work I feel pain and I
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.
Via GQ / Written by STEVE KNOPPER Every hardcore band you loved in the ’80s and beyond, from Black Flag to Minutemen to Fugazi, had one unfortunate thing in common: Nazi skinheads occasionally stormed their concerts, stomped their fans, gave Hitler salutes in lieu of applauding, and generally turned a communal experience into
Slow moving morbid riffs that have the power to suffocate you with just one listen! Slow moving bass lines that will have you under their spell with just one listen! These are the kind of sonic forces that I am coming into contact with as I blast the new SWAMP