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Loose Planes (6131 Records) announce debut EP, shows with Tigers Jaw and Pity Sex
Loose Planes (6131 Records) announce debut EP, shows with Tigers Jaw and Pity Sex
Detroit, MI's Loose Planes will release their debut self-titled EP on July 8 via 6131 Records, where pre-orders are available now. They enlisted Matt Jordan (Into It. Over It., You Blew It!, Their / They’re / There) to engineer at Atlas Studios and then had Will Yip (Balance And Composure, Title Fight, Polar Bear Club) master them at Studio 4. Two songs from the seven-in ...
The Mongoloids/Broken Teeth – Split EP
The Mongoloids/Broken Teeth – Split EP
The Mongoloids/Broken Teeth Split EP It’s a four-song split 7-inch by two hardcore bands named the Mongoloids and Broken Teeth. What more do you need to know? Oh, fine. The Mongoloids are a straight-edge five-piece from New Jersey; their vocalist sounds like he’s in his late 40s and weighs about 400 pounds, though he’s actually an average-sized 20-something bro. The music is strictly ...
Vales – Wilt & Rise
Vales – Wilt & Rise
Vales Wilt & Rise There’s one moment of calm, quiet reprieve on this debut full-length from Cornwall, U.K. melodic scream/hardcore outfit Vales. It comes in the middle of the album, in the form of “Katrina,” an instrumental that's 12 seconds shy of the two-minute mark and which floats, innocuously enough, like the debris in the water left after the storm from which the song takes its name. On
Quiet Liar: The story behind (and ethics of) “authorized bootlegs”
Quiet Liar: The story behind (and ethics of) “authorized bootlegs”
You may have been noticing a lot of small record labels reissuing classic albums on vinyl from all sorts of huge bands and major labels. Curious how this is handled—or should be handled, at least? Typically, a label would contact the band first to get their blessing; afterward, they would contact the company that owns the masters and work out a license with said company to be able to release the
Rotting Out release new music video for “No Clue”
Rotting Out release new music video for “No Clue”
Rotting Out, a Los Angeles based old-school style hardcore band, have posted a new video for their song "No Clue" off their album The Wrong Way, which was released in May 2013 via 6131 Records. Vocalist Walter Delgado described the idea behind the video in the description: "The video is like the song: straight forward and pissed. It's als... Read More ...
Strife – Witness A Rebirth
Strife – Witness A Rebirth
Strife Witness A Rebirth First thing’s first: what in the h-e-double-hockey-sticks is that thing growing on the lower half of Strife vocalist Rick Rodney’s face? We mention this because aside from ex-Sepultura drummer Iggor Cavalera’s guest spot on the skins, the frizzy lumberjack-er Rodney’s sporting is the only real difference between present-day Strife and the Strife of their 1990s heyday tha

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