Song of the Day
Taken, “Regret,” from With Regard To (Other People Records, 2018)
Turning a personal crisis into a burst of cathartic melodic hardcore.
If I Ruled the World Podcast Hosts George Reynolds & Sam Hoyos
The singers of Mind Over Matter and Playing Dead on their new labor of love.
Take Offense: Crossover Hardcore Fury Is Unleashed on “Trust” (PREMIERE)
The first track from the California band's Tensions on High EP is a beast.
Ill Bill + Ghoul: Brooklyn Rap Lord & Creepsylvanian Mutants Combine Forces (PREMIERE)
"What if King Diamond had done a split 7" with the Geto Boys?"
Todd Youth (FireBurn, Warzone, Agnostic Front, Murphy’s Law, Danzig, Son of Sam, Bloodclot)
Joining Agnostic Front at 12, touring with Ace Frehley, and so much more.
Photographer Spotlight: Kara Donnelly
Documenting the New Jersey hardcore scene and beyond.
5 Newer NYHC Bands to Check Out, by Andrew Vacante (Combust)
A Big Apple scene staple chimes in with some choice picks.
Soul Power: Cali HC Outfit Bring Outburst-like Vibes on Debut EP (PREMIERE + INTERVIEW)
Find out why this band is a new No Echo favorite.
Song of the Day
Terminal Nation, “Numb to the Pain,” from Absolute Control (Deep Six Records, 2017)
Equal parts power violence and NYHC.
True Love: Crucial Hardcore Squad Return with "Scene of the Crime" (PREMIERE + INTERVIEW)
Listen to a new track and get the skinny on their upcoming Triple-B Records debut.
Soul Power, The Low End Fury (React! Records/Undertone Records, 2018)
Straight edge hardcore is alive and well in San Diego.
Record Label Profile: Youth Attack
Learn how a "sketchy" hardcore label helped fuel the former singer of Charles Bronson to start his own thing.
Record Collector: Zachary V. Sunderman, aka zvscollection
Can someone please give this man an original copy of GISM's Detestation for his birthday?
Hypocrite: Members of Coke Bust, Government Warning, Sex Positions Start New Band
Two Danes and two Americans residing in Copenhagen form like Voltron.
Photographer Spotlight: Daniel Rodriguez
"...the craziest shooting situation i've dealt with was when G.L.O.S.S. played a backyard show in LA..."
Pat Flynn (FREE, Have Heart, Clear, Sweet Jesus, Fiddlehead, Wolf Whistle)
"The so-called founders of hardcore didn’t seem to have this crazy fixed social blockade between the genres..."