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September 24, 2020

Belgian bruisers Nasty have peddled their aural wares for sixteen years after originally forming in 2004. Fast forward to now and they’ve laid waste to stages globally, their profile has gradually risen and they’re on the cusp of dropping seventh album Menace, their first album for Century Media. Their no-holds-barred approach is, even by hardcore standards, incredibly abrasive; upcoming seventh album Menace is described by the band as “four dude...

September 1, 2020

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From humble origins to becoming one of the biggest events in the hardcore calendar, Outbreak Festival will be returning next year with a colossal lineup in celebration of it’s tenth anniversary alongside moving to a new venue in Manchester.

Taking place at it’s new home of Bowlers Exhibition Centre in Manchester, next year’s edition of Outbreak will see none other than Knocked Loose headlining. Set to headline Friday night,...

August 24, 2020

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Since its formation in the blood, beer, and various other liquids stained walls of underground clubs across East and West Coast North America - hardcore has always managed to reinvent itself. Sure, the amount of face lifts the genre has undergone has sometimes begged the question of what hardcore actually is: early adopters Cro-Mags sound nothing like late 90's extremists Converge. Ironically though, it's this leve...

August 11, 2020

Nashville hardcore brutes Chamber have revealed details on their debut record and have even given us a taster of what we can expect in the form of a new single taken from the album. 

Titled Cost Of Sacrifice, Chamber's first full length effort is due out October 23rd via Pure Noise Records

Said to be a record that was produced during a time of personal difficulty for the band, guitarist Gabe Manuel had this to say about Cost Of Sacrific...

August 7, 2020

The old progressive maxim that claims ‘the personal is political’ has never seemed truer in these challenging, confused times. It seems impossible to move through the world today as apolitical, everything from identity to culture to mental health is a political issue, in that they’re each something that’s bigger than us, yet paradoxically can be highly unique to us as individuals. Like many of the greatest hardcore acts,​ Year Of The Knife​ are k...

July 22, 2020

Times are tough right now. The last few years seem to have been one weird nightmare after another, an apparently never ending stream of reality-shattering alterations to the world’s status quo. How one reacts to these strange days depends on their perspective and worldview. It’s of course preferable to have hope, to remain optimistic in the face of the oncoming danger. However it’s also tempting to succumb to despair, to view everything through b...

July 10, 2020

There must be something in Baltimore's waters, because hardcore band Sharptooth are back, bigger and badder than ever before. The quintet introduced themselves in 2017 with their fierce debut album Clever Girl, a piece of work that may or may not have been titled in honour of a certain reptile. A solid piece of work, but riddled with a few beginner's flaws. However, for their newest work -Transitional Forms - they spared no expense. Hold ont...

June 11, 2020

Following the murder of Minneapolis citizen George Floyd, white supremacy, inequality, police brutality and systematic racism have once again taken the spotlight. In aid of the now global fight against such evils, thirty bands from all across the national hardcore scene have collaborated on a fundraising release directly supporting protest and activism efforts within both the UK and US.

Released June 26th via Bandcamp and made possible v...

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