‘Leave Me The Ashes Of The Earth’ is thirty-two minutes of five people unleashing their anger issues through music.
Maybe it’s all the human shit on the streets of San Francisco. Maybe it’s the water. Maybe it’s the…
“Damn, dude, that’s Obsolete Man, man” is what you’ll be saying when this San Francisco quartet soon starts blowing…
With a furious brand of riff-heavy hardcore and powerviolence that could level buildings, Manchester trio Leeched return with their strongest and most harrowing release yet, To Dull the Blades of Your Abuse (Prosthetic Records).
Chicago noise collective, meth. have returned with their new album Mother of Red Light (Prosthetic Records), and it is insane! If you don’t finish your first listen feeling like a crazy person, you’re doing it wrong.
Somewhere between Municipal Waste, Infest, and Nausea, Dead End is a sure fire blend of bloody grind and gruesome crust.
Marc Bourgon, known for his work in bands like Greber and Fuck the Facts, has teamed up with us to debut a new track, “Social Impressment,” from his forthcoming experimental project Cancelled.
In the mood for murderous mayhem? No? Well, Teethgrinder have dropped “The Pain Exceeds The Fear”, yet another track from their forthcoming Lifeforce Records release, Nihilism.
Teethgrinder will release their new album, Nihilism, on November 18th and the band have now shared the song “Sicarius”.
On July 29, Tankcrimes will release Alpha Ghoul (pre-order here), Deny the Cross’ debut album. To celebrate the record’s release, frontman Carlos Ramirez has listed some of his biggest vocal influences for the project.
Chicago’s Weekend Nachos are releasing their final final album, Apology, via Relapse Records. Here’s a Heavy Haiku Review to commemorate the occasion.
Chicago’s Weekend Nachos have revealed the details surrounding their final full-length album Apology and have shared new track “Writhe” via YouTube.
The new split by DSGNS and Venomspitter is an amalgamation of 2000’s hardcore and contemporary heaviness. Does it work? You bet your bottom dollar!
To wake you up from your Easter lethargy we suggest you to check the new track “Hope in Death” from the forthcoming Teethgrinder album, Misanthropy.
1986 is a bit of an unusual album, and Jesus Cröst are a bit of an unusual band; the recording is described by their PR company as “a mix between Slamming Brutal Death Metal and Power Violence,” which is a bit of an odd combo if you ask me. It’s an apt enough description, but in reality it doesn’t do the band justice.