Record of the Day #15 – Trash Talk, Eyes & Nines

I’ve worked a few jobs across my twenty-two years of living, and my first and favorite role was a relatively straightforward one. Between the ages of thirteen and seventeen, I delivered papers around the neighborhood in which I lived, putting in a shift six days a week so that I could afford music magazines and CDs… Read More Record of the Day #15 – Trash Talk, Eyes & Nines

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Record of the Day #10 – Trap Them, Sleepwell Deconstructor

I’ll have to keep this one brief, like the actual record itself. Trap Them’s debut LP Sleepwell Deconstructor clocks in at just over twenty-one thunderous minutes, twelve tracks of gritty hardcore punk/grindcore/hardcore. However you want to classify it, it shreds, a devastating record produced by Converge’s own Kurt Ballou. This thing is fierce, and its a record… Read More Record of the Day #10 – Trap Them, Sleepwell Deconstructor

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Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – Blossom (Review)

Emphatic and emotionally savage return to the scene from ex-Gallows vocalist. It’s very good to hear Frank Carter playing heavy music again, very good indeed. When Carter left Gallows in 2011 to pursue a different route it appeared that he’d perhaps turned away from the unbridled aggression that had helped to carry Gallows so far… Read More Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – Blossom (Review)

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Möngöl Hörde – Möngöl Hörde (Self-Titled) [Review]

I’ll listen to pretty much anything with Frank Turner’s name on it. He could play two seconds of the triangle on a twenty-minute track and I’d likely lap it up. I was a latecomer to the long-gone Million Dead, finding them long after their split after discovering Turner’s solo material, but I loved what I… Read More Möngöl Hörde – Möngöl Hörde (Self-Titled) [Review]

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Touché Amoré – Is Survived By (Review)

I’ve been looking forward to this record, probably more than any other this year. ‘Parting The Sea Between Brightness And Me’ has rarely left my record player over the last few weeks in anticipation of ‘Is Survived By’, which is released officially next Monday. Once again Touché Amoré don’t disappoint and their new release will… Read More Touché Amoré – Is Survived By (Review)

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Gatherer – Caught Between A Rock And A Sad Place (Review)

The current post-hardcore scene is congested to say the least. Every day a new band emerges, bringing nothing new, and only adding to a sound that is replicated with every new release. In this sense, Gatherer don’t differ by a great deal, but follow the formula in a way that has still resulted in a solid album… Read More Gatherer – Caught Between A Rock And A Sad Place (Review)

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