A Patient Man gives us 48 minutes of dense, chaotic violence and intensity, but also much more than this. Continue reading “Cult Leader – A Patient Man (Review)”
Experience is suitably titled, leading the listener on an…ahem…experience, lasting 36 minutes. As you travel through the band’s internally-forged landscapes, you get to…ahem…experience their charismatic and aggressive form of hardcore. It’s definitely an…ahem…experience. Continue reading “New Waters – Experience (Review)”
If vicious, grim grind/hardcore is your thing, then you should definitely check out Unholy Union. Continue reading “Cyclopean Blood Temple – Unholy Union (Review)”
I very much enjoyed 2014’s Bloodmines, so a new record form Baptists is well overdue.
The band’s trademark blend of violent hardcore, punk, and noise rock is intact and well, but on this latest release they have developed the latter part of their sound to a greater degree. This has resulted in a more involved and Continue reading “Baptists – Beacon of Faith (Review)”
Converge should need no real introduction to fans of high quality extreme music. Suffice to say that if you haven’t yet checked them out, please do so at your earliest convenience, as, quite frankly, they’re simply one of the best bands in existence. Continue reading “Converge – The Dusk in Us (Review)”
Thieves play dark, violent hardcore. I can’t help but like this kind of relentlessly bleak and abrasive music. Over the course Continue reading “Thieves – LP I (Review)”