Liar's classic 'Invictus' remastered and repressed by their vocalist Hans. This is A short review.
Review of a celebrated band that plays fast Hardcore in vein of Bad Brains. Was a hit in 2017.
Limburg Straight-Edge in full effect. Metalcore with lyrics about an estranged view upon our brave new world.
New York Hardcore super group lets press their album on vinyl for the first time by Dead Serious Records. For fans of H2O and Madball.
Limburg's Devour releases the album Defiant Until The End. Metalcore in vein of the forefathers, reviewed track by track.
Snapcase repress of their classic album Lookinglasself for Record Store Day. The music, artwork and band reviewed.
Terror still doing it in the year 2017. A short write up about the 7 inch called "The Wall Will Fall".
All of a sudden Statement is back with a new record. They still play that old school sounding metal but now have a new vocalist, Tim. The music is still good, no decay from their earlier work. Even a bit more smoothly executed, it's the best side of the record. The vocals sound deep and … Continue reading Statement "Decide"
It's been a while since I was excited about a new Hardcore release. This band embodies the continuation of the Orange County Straight-Edge started by Uniform Choice way back in the 80's. They do not play the same kind of music, it's old school Hardcore for sure but all a tad heavier and less melodic. … Continue reading Dare Orange County Straight-Edge
Strike The Match was Nations On Fire's first LP. It was originally released in 1991 and is quickly becoming the most representative European Straight-Edge Hardcore release to date. Here's why. Nations On Fire was more than a Straight-Edge band. They have arisen from Rise Above, a pure Straight-Edge band that took critical stance towards the … Continue reading Nations On Fire 1991 – 2017