Oxfordshire newcomers Nvmeral deliver a nice slice of progressive post-hardcore on their new track “Sol.” Read our thoughts here.
Overall, ‘Regulate’ (Flatspot Records) is a landmark moment for Regulate. This is not an album to be missed, not unless you want to let inventive, riveting hardcore pass you by.
Heather Krut stopped by The Fillmore in Silver Spring, MD, to witness Alexisonfire and The Fall of Troy do what they do best: perform to the fullest!
Slam Dunk North kicked off our festival season in the UK with Sum 41, Alexisonfire and more putting on a party in Temple Newsam in Leeds.
Dead Tired has announced their new album, ‘Satan Will Follow You Home,’ and unveiled not one, but two new singles, “Domestic” and “New World Pigs.”
To learn more about Junko Daydream’s loud, raw, and emotional sound, they join us for a Stereo Six in which they describe their favourite records of all time, including one interesting curveball you may not have expected.
Alexisonfire and Rancid are amongst the first acts confirmed for the 2022 Slam Dunk alternative weekend. Get more info here.
Read all about Alexisonfire’s Wade MacNeil’s new project Doom Children while you check out the new single, “Psyche Hospital Blues”.
Hamilton, Ontario-based hardcore quintet, DEAD TIRED have revealed an animated video for their single “White Caps.”
Canadian post-hardcore heroes Alexisonfire have just dropped a new Karl “Horse” Bareham-produced single titled “Season Of The Flood.”
Want to time travel back to 2007 and relive all the hardcore, punk, metalcore and emo glory of the Canadian “scene”? Well, too bad, that shit don’t fly. Instead, join us for our inaugural Snapshot article to rundown the bands, films, and threads that defined the scene.
Dallas Green’s outfit City and Colour hit Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena with Jacob Banks and Ben Rogers and lived up to his local popularity with an epic 20-song set.
Dead Tired released their first full-length in late March via New Damage Records and, now that we’ve finished peeling back the layers, it’s a rock and roll release for the hardcore crowd you should definitely run, not walk, to get your hands on.