Berthold City: Los Angeles Hardcore Band Pays Tribute to Circle Jerks on New Release
"I think Group Sex is a perfect record from start to finish that goes toe-to-toe with and record..."
Chesty Malone and the Slice ‘em Ups Drop a Classic Discharge Cover (VIDEO PREMIERE)
It appears on the sleaze-punk's new 2-track digital single.
Lordz of Brooklyn to Return with a New Album, Family Reunion
Watch their new short film, Motherless Sons, chronicling the hip-hop group's storied past.
Bystander x Dagger: US and Chinese Hardcore Bands Unite on “Guillotine” (PREMIERE)
"Believe nothing, listen to no one, and create your own reality based on what you see and know."
Chokehold: Vocalist Chris Logan on the Making of the ‘Prison of Hope’ Album
'90s Hardcore Week closes out with a Canadian beast of a record.
Bloodlet: Evilcore Through the Lens of a True Fan
"They didn't even have to try, it seemed, the darkness just radiated from them."
Macondo: Remembering the ‘90s LA Hardcore Venue and Cultural Space
A deep dive into an important venue in Southern California hardcore history.
H8000 Hardcore: 10 Records That Helped Define the Movement
Essential picks from someone who was an integral part of the scene and era.
The Story of the Ottawa/Jihad Split
Discussing the record with members of both bands and the folks behind the labels that released it.
Trustkill Records: Revisiting the Label’s ‘90s Era with Founder Josh Grabelle
Including stories about Harvest, Brother's Keeper, Earth Crisis, Poison the Well, and many other bands.
‘90s Hardcore: Something Was Happening in Brooklyn
The impact that late great music venue L'Amour had on a generation of musicians.
Face Value: Singer Tony Erba on the Story Behind 1991's The Price of Maturity Album
"What kind of rust belt assholes would write songs that sound like Uniform Choice listening to Girlschool..."
108: Vocalist Rob Fish on the Making of the Holyname Album
"...our individual approaches varied in a way that didn't align with your typical Hare Krishna thought process."
The Path to Hardcore: ‘90s Punk, Ska, and VFW Halls
"It looked more like a bingo hall my grandparents would go to then a concert venue."
Better Than a Thousand: Ken Olden Talks About the ‘90s Hardcore Band’s Two Albums
With both Just One and Value Driven getting the reissue treatment, it was good timing.
Reflecting on the Impact of Middlesex County College Hardcore Shows in the ‘90s
"I remember buying [Vision's] In the Blink of an Eye on cassette, and it rarely leaving my Walkman."
The Story of Undertow's At Both Ends Album
Vocalist John Pettibone, guitarist Mark Holcomb, and drummer Ryan Murphy look back on the 1994 classic.
'90s Hardcore Flyers from the Archive of Andrew Kline (Strife, Berthold City, WAR Records)
He also shares memories from each of the gigs represented. In other words, obscure trivia awaits!