Vegas, Catatonic Crawl/No Evom (Vegas Jugend, 2015)
By the time you read this, possibly sold out...
Troy Gregory (Flotsam and Jetsam, Prong, Wasted Youth, The Witches)
From thrash metal to industrial to garage rock with the Detroit musician.
15 of my Favorite Lo-fi Recordings, by Aaron (Yamabushi Recordings)
If you are a fan of lo-fi hissing cassette tapes and distorted microphones, this list is for you...
Song of the Day
Hrvst, “Profound Love,” from Fortress. (Self-Released, 2016)
It's dark, it's got groove, and I'm into it.
Top 5 Old School Computer Games, by Jon Davis (Conan)
The doom metal guitarist/vocalist nerds out with us.
Arthur Smilios (World Be Free, Gorilla Biscuits, CIV, Token Entry)
The hardcore mainstay waxes on his musical career, fashion, and activism.
Spirit Crusher, Demo 2015 (Power & Equality, 2015)
This German hardcore outfit lives in an age of quarrel.
Video Premiere: Ghost Decibels, “Heaven Sings”
The Burn frontman takes you on a meditative solo trip through London.
Nate Phillips (Media Crypt T-Shirts, Traffic Death)
A conversation with an exploitation cinema, thrashing powerviolence, and horror flick lifer.
Top 10 Soundtracks for Root Canal Procedures, by Melynda Jackson (Eight Bells)
Crappy attitude = congratulated.
The Jam, About the Young Idea (Eagle Rock Entertainment, 2016)
The influential mods get the documentary treatment.
Rob Moran (Unbroken, Narrows, Some Girls, Over My Dead Body)
The hardcore bassist on his Latino heritage, Britpop, and becoming an entrepreneur.
My Top 5 Most Influential Hardcore Songs, by Nate Blauvelt (God’s Hate)
The God's Hate frontman selects his personal favorite classics...
Sam Yarmuth (Triple-B Records)
A chat with the dude behind one of the best labels in hardcore.
Song of the Day
Black Sails, “Shelter Drawings,” from What Belongs to the Gallows (Self-Released, 2015)
Dark, metallic hardcore/punk from Croatia that would fit in nicely on the Deathwish Inc. roster.
Bricks Avalon (C.R., Phallacy, Miracle Drug)
The former Staten Island hardcore crusader goes through his back pages.
Top 10 Albums of 2015, by Jared Drace (Activator)
Activator's guitarist looks back on some of 2015's best and brightest.