From chart-toppers to emotional connections, emo punks downcast pick six of their favourite tracks in our latest Stereo Six feature.
END’s Brendan Murphy talked about the future of extreme music post-lockdown, new album ‘Splinters from an Ever-Changing Face’ and more.
Sitting nicely on this side of chaos, END have delivered as punishing an album you could want in Splinters From An Ever-Changing Face”
Dutch melodic hardcore quintet I’ll Get By are offering their bristling, angsty track “No Hope“ – off of ‘Tiny Room’, released November 15th 2019 – as a free mp3 download that all fans of the genre will be sure to appreciate.
Chaotic, kinetic and stimulating; It wouldn’t be a classic Counterparts show otherwise. Accompanied by Stray From The Path, the two leaders in hardcore literally smashed everyone in the head at their show at the Baltimore Soundstage.
The Pure Noise Records tour recently hit Toronto’s Opera House with Stick To Your Guns, Counterparts, Terror, Sanction and Year Of The Knife all delivering a killer time!
Undeck the Halls! Detachment, a five-piece metalcore band hailing from Long Island, NY, celebrate their recent single, “Million Eyes”, by joining us with their TOP 10 songs to detach from Christmas.
Hamilton, Canada-based metallic hardcore quintet Counterparts have confirmed a September 7th release of a new EP called Private Room.
American metalcore band Emmure wrapped up their last Canadian date of their “Natural Born Killers” tour at Rum Runners on May 24th with Counterparts, Varials and Perfect Limbs.
The “Doomsday Tour,” which sees UK metalcore giants Architects at the helm with supporting act Stick To Your Guns and opener Counterparts is currently in full swing and making its way across North America. We caught up with the tour as it came to The Palladium in Worcester, MA on February 18, 2018.
Counterparts are streaming new song “Haunt Me” taken from their 3rd, full-length album, You’re Not You Anymore.
Canadian metal/hardcore band Counterparts has released a stream for the new track “Swim Beneath My Skin” from their third album You’re Not You Anymore.
Tragedy Will Find Us may not be the most groundbreaking album, but Counterparts make up for that by wearing their emotions proudly on their sleeves.