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BL’AST!: Blood – album review

Review of seminal rediscovered hardcore classic mixed by Dave Grohl & released by Southern Lord.

Random Conflict: Tradition is the Enemy – album review

A solid slab of hardcore punk rock from this time served Alabama outfit gets the Louder Than War thumbs up: a snatch of metal and a generous helping of hardcore grafted onto a punk rock frame.

Drug Church: Paul Walker – album review

Purveyors of relentless post-hardcore with a sense of humour, the fabulously named Drug Church have just released their debut album.

Broken DC, The Broken Oak Duet, Theo: The Firefly, Worcester – live review

Surprise Attacks! is a monthly DIY gig night which is causing a stir in a quiet part of the Midlands. We review of their most recent show, headlined by Broken DC.

Roundup Of New Punk / Hardcore Releases From Boss Tuneage: HDQ, Jaded Eyes & Thirty Six Strategies

Roundup Of New Punk / Hardcore Releases From Boss Tuneage: HDQ, Jaded Eyes & Thirty Six Strategies.

Caves: Betterment – album review

Bristol pop-punkers Caves return with a polished second album before major tour of UK, Europe and US.

The Bone Idles / Danger!Man: Kaos Conspiracy – album review

Norwegian / German hardcore punk veterans The Bone Idles show the kids how it's done.

Nightshame: Shame – EP review

Like the Stooges? You'll love this!

No Warning: Ill Blood – album review

Classic hardcore: trademark downstrokes and chuggy metallic guitar sound, pinging bass, snare heavy drums and an Angry Man Shouting, raging himself hoarse.





The Mission re-record Tower Of Strength in mega-goth collaboration – news

The Mission have re-recorded their 1988 classic Tower of Strength, along with a cast of legendary musicians.

WATCH THIS! The Lovey Eggs new single

Today sees the release of The Lovely Eggs brand new single ‘Long Stem Carnations’ via Egg Records. The track, taken from their number one selling album ‘I am Moron’, is released on limited-edition coloured 7” vinyl and backed by brand new B side ‘The Voyage’.

Jeff Gomez: Zeppelin Over Dayton – book review

Zeppelin Over Dayton by Jeff Gomez Out Now (Jawbone Press) In his new book, Jeff Gomez breaks...

Alanas Chosnau and Mark Reeder – Children of Nature – Single Review

Alanas Chosnau and Mark Reeder Children of Nature Out Now Mixing modern minimalism with 80's cool, Alanas...

Watch This! Robyn G Shiels and Steve Nolan unveil new video

a disconcerting work of dark beauty, a sublime post folk nightmare.