Dan O’Mahony (No For An Answer, 411, Done Dying, Carry Nation, Workshed Records)
"I’d be useless without my anger, but I think I’m a better adjusted man now."
Decline: Chicago Straight Edge Band Goes Hard on “Deteriorate” (Song Premiere)
New Age Records delivers another banger.
Revelation Records Invades Bandcamp
The iconic label offers up both classic and newer material starting today.
Photographer Spotlight: Robby Redcheeks
"After getting knocked out at least seven times in the last decade, I had to give it up."
Record Collector: Dave Brown, aka vinyls_is_not_a_word
"I will say, though, that I think my #1 pet peeve is when people refer to a record as a 'piece.'"
I Am Become Death Deliver Flesh-Ripping Hardcore on “Foe” (Song Premiere)
Boston bruisers take aim at President Trump with a vengeance.
Record Collector: Carolina Martinez, aka slayercarito
"I still have so much to learn but I'm having so much fun doing it."
Photographer Spotlight: Dan Gonyea, aka Future Breed
"Shooting a show is a constant battle in my mind."
Record Collector: Moritz Maus, aka moxpmaxallxday
"It's a hunt, and it's addictive, but it's the most perfect way to spend your hard-earned money."
Out of Body Bring to Mind Shift on “Vampires” (Song Premiere)
The melodic groove compels you.
Kevin Hernandez (Insted)
"We had straight edge, punk, metalheads, all kinds of different people at our shows."
Record Collector: Shawna, aka vinylxdenim
"...I've never sold a record, I like to hoard them."
Photographer Spotlight: Furn Zavala
"I still X up. I still mosh. I still love hearing and seeing new bands and discovering new demos."
Joey Vela (Breakaway, Second Coming)
"Punk and hardcore definitely came to me by way of Skateboarder magazine."
Song of the Day
Modern Love, “Hat,” from Tross alt (Refuse Records/Stonehenge Records, 2017)
Melodic jangly punk from Oslo in the vein of Leatherface, Naked Raygun, and Dag Nasty.
Record Collector: James Anton, aka allthedecentnamesaregone
"...the mainstream media has made the price of vinyl soundtracks to rise to ridiculous amounts!"
Record Collector: Dave Neabore (Dog Eat Dog, Mucky Pup)
"I started collecting horror soundtracks when I was around 12-years-old, so around 35 years ago."
Andrew Kline (Strife, World Be Free)
"I remember being really into INXS and buying the Vision Psycho Stick skateboard after getting their album..."