I write on behalf of Kill Pat Kill. Everyone involved with this release wanted it to be a weird and catchy blend of various metal subgenres. The lyrics were made to sound dumb and fun on the surface but deepen the more you listen. We hope you enjoy!
BLANK is a Negative Hardcore band from Solingen (Germany) founded in 2011. We have released four records and played over a 100 shows in Europe and the US so far. Our new album just dropped on Holy Goat Records.
Planet B is the duo of punk provocateur Justin Pearson (The Locust, Swing Kids, Retox, Dead Cross) and hip-hop producer Luke Henshaw (Sonido de la Frontera, First Power Crew). Together, these two dissidents combine their styles into a new & thrilling collaboration of beats, noise and general mayhem!
We're Active Minds. You may not have heard of us, but we've been around for quite a while playing DIY political punk and hardcore. We have a wide range of musical interests, and try to reflect this in our songs - so expect some variety. Here's the first track from our new EP.
KEN mode share a new video for "Feathers & Lips" a new track from their seventh full-length 'Loved" which is incoming via Season Of Mist (New Damage Records in Canada) on August 31st. Directed by C Mills, the video shows the group in their element performing their raw, unfiltered music live!
Buffalo, NY’s lab rat Science Man is back with a new LP "Science Man II". Think if Hot Snakes started playing only basement gigs with weirdo hardcore bands after listening to Big Black and Judas Priest in the van all day.
Με Νεύρα is a phrase in greek that stands for "with nerves" or "with anger" if you prefer, and it was the first track ever composed and rehearsed by the band. Basically it describes the anger and frustration we are filled in, during the daily anxious routine in the city of Athens.
Comprised of Joey Rogers (vox/guitar), Martin Söderin (drums), Joe Bennison (bass) and Louis Greenway (guitar), Drool employ a palette of pummelling drum beats and discordant guitars to create a sound with the sky-scraping prowess of the 90’s grunge era and the wily spirit of 60s garage-pop records.