Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Tag: hardcore

5 new albums from hardcore and metalcore bands that aren’t afraid to make a...

Fit For A King - Deathgrip Fit For A King kick off their new record with the lyrics, “Laying waste to the innocent with no...

Knocked Loose aren’t pigeonholed by genres on debut ‘Laugh Tracks’—hear entire album early

Kentucky hardcore quintet Knocked Loose release their debut album Laugh Tracks on Pure Noise Records this Friday and Alternative Press is proud to bring you...

Expire come out swinging for final album with “Fighting The Slip”—exclusive

Expire grew from Midwestern roots in 2009 to become fixtures in hardcore, consistently releasing music and touring the globe. A few days ago, they...

Panic! At The Disco originally intended to be a hardcore band

Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie is a rock powerhouse. Tracks like “I Write Sins Not Tragedies” and “This Is Gospel” have helped him...

10 songs that will make you a fan of hardcore in no time

While New York and London may have claims to the origins of punk, California and D.C. get to claim hardcore. Hardcore is a style...

True Love (Bridge Nine) tear it up on “Kill For That” (exclusive)

Detroit hardcore's True Love are approaching the milestone of a debut LP in the experienced hands of Bridge Nine Records. Set for release on July...

This Is Hell surprise release new album, ‘Bastards Still Remain’

'This Is Hell' hasn't been uttered around these parts since 2013, but today they broke the silence with a surprise album. "In celebration of...

Watch Neck Deep turn their set into a hardcore show

Recently, Neck Deep performed a re-worked version of the closing track from their debut EP, Rain In July, “All Hype No Heart,” with Adaliah vocalist...

Varials manifest mosh metal with “Bite” video (exclusive)

Photo: Errick Easterday Philadelphia's Varials have officially released their split with Vicious Embrace, and to set it off we're premiering the former's music video for "Bite." The...

12 hardcore songs any metalcore fan will like

Heavy music is heavy music—don’t ever let anyone tell you otherwise. Regardless of if you prefer Asking Alexandria’s Stand Up And Scream or Trapped...