Melodic hardcore act Counterparts are gearing up to release their new album Tragedy Will Find Us, which I had no idea was coming. I don’t know how I missed all of the Counterparts news, but I’m not happy I did. I am happy however, to check out the full stream of the bands new record. Tragedy Will Find Us is a great, solid record and I recommend checking it out. You can do that after the jump. Gracias. Continue reading
I’ve been following Will Haven since the release of their 1997 album El Diablo, when I encountered the song Ego’s Game on a Revelation Records sampler CD (back when those still were a thing). I saw them live the summer of that year and was hooked by the downtuned, sludgy riffs and hardcore intensity. Continue reading
I regret to inform myself that I have never listened to Buried In Verona, but that is all about to change. I chose to check out the bands new music video for their track “Can’t Be Unsaid” and I was instantly hooked. The band is prepping the release of their new album Vultures Above, Lions Below and the aforementioned music video has been released in promotion of the album. This track is spectacular and Buried In Verona now have my attention forever. Check out the video below and see what’s up. Continue reading
Why is it that every year an exceptional post-hardcore record emerges and blows me away? Last year was Polar and now I have been introduced to Fell To Low. This band hails out of SoCal and their music is hauntingly heavy and wonderfully aggressive. Fell To Low is currently streaming their new record Low In The Dust and it is amazing. Check it out below and let it take you. Continue reading
Floridian hardcore act Blistered are a new one to me, but their music is fucking dope. I clicked in to check out the bands new track “Lash,” which comes off of their forthcoming The Poison Of Self-Confinement and it is a beeeeeast. Think of a raunchier 100 Demons that only listens to Merauder. It’s rad as fuck. Check out “Lash” below and tell me it doesn’t tickle your naughty bits. Continue reading
Heavy hitters Sweet Cobra will release their new album Earth next month and the band have released a music video for their new track “Future Ghosts.” This track is fucking spectacular and the video is… Interesting. It’s beyond weird, but it is extremely fun to watch. Check out the video after the jump and be sure to pay attention. Although doing that will not help you understand it any more. Rad. Continue reading
So, I haven’t done a straight up spotlight on a band in a while, but it was about time I did another. The band I have chosen is the incredible band So Stressed. The band was only introduced to me today, but they have already made an impact on me. So Stressed have just released their sophomore album The Unlawful Tade Of Greco-Roman Art and it is so brilliant. The band crafts a wonderful brand of post-hardcore that captured the imagination and expands belief. Don’t believe me? Check out the album for yourself. You can stream all of So Stressed‘s The Unlawful Trade Of Greco-Roman Art below. You’ll thank me afterward. Continue reading
French sludgy post-hardcore purveyors Watertank have premiered the official video for their track “Surrender” over at Noisey. The catchy tune, which comes from the group’s forthcoming Destination Unknown album, is set to a Special Sauce Productions-directed clip that mixes band performance with solemn still imagery and “Jacob’s Ladder”-esque effects. Check out the video for yourself after the break and check out the previously released single “DCVR” here.
Destination Unknown will be released on June 29 via Solar Flare Records.
Those of us who still worship at the altar of post-hardcore and screamo, there is a soft spot in our heart reserved for bands like Silverstein. The band has released fantastic music in the past and they’re new album isn’t half bad either. The album, titled I Am Alive In Everything I Touch is currently streaming in full and it’s definitely worth you’re time. I mean, it’s Silverstein. Continue reading
I know I have been championing the new Haste The Day album Coward for a bit now, but seeing as Burning Bridges is one of my all time favorite records, there is now way I would miss out on an album that sounds even a fraction of how that one did. Well, Haste The Day are doing just that. Uniting the current line-up with the original line-up, the band will release their ultimate record Coward next week. The band has released a new track titled “Take,” which you can now hear after the jump. It’s a bit of old and a bit of new. I dig it alot. Check it out. Continue reading