Content Tagged: snapcase
Ghost Work: Seaweed, Snapcase Members Tease New LP via “Earthquake” (PREMIERE)
The post-hardcore outfit will release Light a Candle for the Lonely in March on Spartan Records.
Raiding the Victory Records Vault: How I Spent $12,095 on an Unmarked Chest at an Auction
The lengths one man took to try and score a test pressing of Destroy the Machines knew no bounds.
Cinderblock: Members of Terror, Snapcase & Earth Crisis Drop Track From Debut EP (PREMIERE)
The short-lived '90s hardcore reunited and recorded with Jay Zubricky (Mindforce, Terror) behind the boards.
The Return of the California Takeover: Earth Crisis x Snapcase x Strife Members Discuss New Live LP
The influential '90s hardcore groups commemorate an epic night in Los Angeles.
California Takeover 2021: Snapcase x Strife x Earth Crisis Discuss Upcoming Shows (EXCLUSIVE)
Also find out the details behind the forthcoming live album recorded at last year's installment of the event.
Nickel City Soundtrack Podcast Hosts Chris Wyatt & Mark Miller Talk Buffalo Hardcore
The show has featured interviews with members of such bands as Snapcase, Zero Tolerance, and Despair.
California Takeover 2020 (RECAP + PHOTOS)
'90s hardcore celebrated in a beautiful night of pure mosh.
California Takeover 2020: Earth Crisis x Snapcase x Strife Discuss the Upcoming Events
The original shows went down all the way back in 1996.
Every Time I Die: Holiday Party 2018 (PHOTOS)
Angel Du$t, Snapcase, Vein, and Bouncing Souls were also part of the festivities.
Precious, Sick Rooms (Indecision Records, 2018)
An album that "will undoubtedly grace many year-end lists" says site contributor Dave Williams.
Precious (Mems of Threadbare, Snapcase) Hit Hard on “Hammer or Nail” (PREMIERE)
The first taste of the hardcore outfit's forthcoming album, Sick Rooms.
Song of the Day
Kite Fight, “Try Deny” (2017)
Musicians who have been in such bands as Copper and Snapcase join forces to craft melodic post-punk.
Dustin Perry (Snapcase, Threadbare, Libido Boyz, Precious)
"I loved this record called Rock 80 which was a K-Tel comp of mostly new wave bands."