Brond’s music mixes riff-focused modern rock and post-hardcore/rock, with progressive, stoner, and noise/math rock tendencies. Wow. Now there’s a description. Delivering eight tracks across almost 44 minutes of music, Graveyard Campfire is a well-realised and enjoyable release, despite my mangling together of various subgenres in an attempt to loosely categorise it. Continue reading “Brond – Graveyard Campfire (Review)”
Having been introduced to No Funeral through their very enjoyable split with Livid, I’m pleased to now have this new EP to get to know them a bit more. Continue reading “No Funeral – Mankind Is Carrion, Fit for Nothing (Review)”
Face Value is an angry slab of metallic hardcore; 29 minutes of teeth and attitude. Continue reading “Of Legions – Face Value (Review)”
Obliterations play Punked-up, rage-fuelled Hardcore that spits and claws its way out of the speakers.
This is violent music that has an angry disposition and a bad attitude.
The Punk riffs are infected with energy and the music is a natural combination of the Old-School and New. The riffs themselves have an older flavour but the crushing production and fiery vocals are much more modern. Taken together they give Obliterations a very enjoyable sound.
Vocally the singer shreds his way through these high octane songs with the passion and intensity of a lifer committed to the cause.
This is a quality release that’s just under 30 minutes of heavy, angry Hardcore. It’s also a great way to start your day.
For fans of Poison Idea, Discharge, Black Flag, All Pigs Must Die and Converge.
This is angry, violent Thrash Metal with a large Crossover influence that recalls the best of Old-School Hardcore, (Cro-Mags, Black Flag, etc).
The sound is huge and the drums sound as if each snare drum hit is a bomb exploding. The vocals are smothered in reverberation and sound as if they were recorded in a cave somewhere.
The songs are angry and buzzing with an energy that just screams, (literally), how passionate they are about their chosen path.
This is music that demands to be let loose in the live environment. Pick a song here and you’ll be able to rip and tear it up in the pit; stomp and smash to the pounding beats. One listen to pretty much any of these songs and you’ll want to get caught in a mosh all over again.
It’s as if the spirit of 80’s Hardcore was being channelled through the lens of gritty Thrash Metal. Power Trip are that lens.