Track Premiere: Liars Cult, “Humanity’s Filth”
A tasty new ripper featuring ex-members of Bleeding Through and the mighty Mean Season...
Art Liboon (Mordred)
Reflecting on the Bay Area thrash scene, funk metal, and much more with the bass ace.
Poutre/Gentle Veincut, Split (Et Mon Cul C'est du Tofu?, etc., 2016)
Top-shelf noise rock from Arles, France and Frankfurt, Germany...
5 of Our Biggest Norwegian Influences, by Shadow Hunters
From '80s rock to Scandipop, check out what inspires this "modern, energetic sci-fi rock" duo.
Frank Daly (Big DRILL Car, All Systems Go!)
The melodic punk vocalist on the '80s L.A. scene, working with Greg Ginn, and not signing with a major label.
Song of the Day
Brawl Park, “Turned Your Backs,” from Step to This (RRC, 1996)
Super obscure beatdown-leaning '90s hardcore for fans of Next Step Up, Two by Four, etc.
Joe Gorelick (Garden Variety, Red Hare, Retisonic, Blue Tip, 52X)
Talking Queens/Long Island punk history, playing in a controversial band, and more with the drummer.
Andy Jackson (Hot Rod Circuit, Sloss Minor, Terrible Things, Death in the Park)
Talking music old and new with one of indie rock's most underrated talents.
Sister Rust, Escapist (Self-Released, 2015)
Orange County, CA quintet offers up a wide spectrum of viciously dark metalcore goodness.
Jason Netherton (Asphalt Graves, Misery Index, Dying Fetus)
An exhaustive chat with the death/grind veteran.
Wolf Whistle, The Present Disturbance (Triple-B Records, 2016)
Members of Have Heart, XFilesX, and Straight Razor drop a slab of fast hardcore mayhem.
Damien Moyal (Culture, Shai Hulud, As Friends Rust, Morning Again, On Bodies, Damien Done)
"I remember hearing Ozzy’s 'Flying High Again,' and realizing at that moment that I was born to be bad."
Best Beatdown Hardcore Bands
Bust out your old basketball jersey and get ready for more breakdowns than you can handle!
Ryan Frederiksen (Dust Moth, These Arms Are Snakes, Nineironspitfire, Narrows)
The guitarist on Seattle hardcore, working with Jade Tree, and his latest adventure.
Video Premiere: Triobelisk, “Zoneplex”
Frodus mastermind Shelby Cinca brings the worlds of '80s role-playing games and synthpop together.
Song of the Day
Shinobi, “Locked and Loaded,” from Demo (Self-Released, 2016)
Philly duo cranks out super raw, stripped down grunge rock tunes...