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Sadly, most punk releases have become predictable copies of other predictable punk records. As much as I love d-beats and adults with charged hair using a chorus pedal, sometimes it just gets boring. Now, before you get triggered let me also say that I have no interest in attacking you

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Powerviolence means many things to many people. Some claim the term only applies to the bands referenced in the Man is the Bastard song where it all started. Others will tell you it’s a grindcore-adjacent subgenre that was created to parody the machismo of hardcore by playing a similar style

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When a two-piece band starts setting up at show, it always sparks an interest in every attendee. Why? I’m honestly not sure. If I had to guess I’d say people genuinely love to see bands make a lot of noise with minimal personnel. Also, it could be because pop-culture has

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Now, I’ll start off by saying that I’m not Denver born and raised, nor do I have memories of how it used to be or how it was better back then. But I do know enough people, who I spoke to for this article, that have lived here their whole

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We are very excited to share with you the exclusive premiere of a brand new Chain of Flowers track called “Oed.” This track is part of the incredible forthcoming compilation from A L T E R entitled ALERT (ALT50) which will celebrate the London-based label’s 50th release. ALERT! by Chain

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Employing classic crust motifs but simultaneously defying musical convention writ large, Bakkara, a ripping hardcore act out of Portland, ME flew out of the gates by presenting three releases in 2018 alone. Their style is a distilled, disorienting disbeat with thick riffs flying so fast there’s little time to catch

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