The Slime’s ‘Living on Borrowed Slime’ (Cursed Blessings Records) is an amphetamine tempo with the nastiest riffs and snot-nosed vocals you can imagine.
London band Harbinger experiment with their savagery with the results heard on the face-punching new mini-album ‘A Letter To Anguish.’
All in all, ‘War On Everything’ (Glacier Recordings), the new release from Oregon’s FØES and California’s Heated, is a vicious little split, but with big moods, big swings, and most notably, big talent.
‘Crime As Theatre’ is a crushing debut, wielding vitriol and outrage with expert care. Armagideon Time is the next torchbearer of hardcore punk.
Love Hertz is an interesting concept: a book about a DJ who has discovered a secret sound frequency capable…
Mixing up hateful grindcore with black metal fury, Heriot’s new EP, ‘Profound Morality,’ is twenty minutes of disturbing ferocity.
Blending hardcore, hip-hop and nu-metal together, Kentucky wreckers Guerilla Warfare kick up a right fury on new EP ‘C O N T R O L.’
Colorado maulers Crown Magnetar deliver an unrelenting display of modern deathcore on their new EP ‘Alone In Death.’
Taking influences from the 00s metalcore scene, Foreign Hands packs a mighty punch on their new EP ‘Bleed The Dream.’
Swedish hardcore crew, thrown pull no punches on their vicious new EP, ‘extended pain.’ Read our review here.
On their new EP ‘Let The World Burn,’ Vio-Lence delivers the goods, dishing out the most precise slicing and dicing of “kill your grandma” music you’ve heard in years.
What ‘Dark Ability,’ despite its name, entirely lacks is darkness; none of the gloom or serious emotion of Mariangela Demurtas’ prior offerings is a present force on the record
On ‘Lullabies for Eternal Sleep,’ Apes create the kind of psychosis-inducing sound that will leave you shuffling uncomfortably in your seat.