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Top 20 hardcore bands with deeply inspirational lyrics
Top 20 hardcore bands with deeply inspirational lyrics
Hardcore bands are often praised for heavy instrumentals, but their lyrics are equally as important to the music quality. The artists working in this genre have often gone through life experiences leading them toward this type of music, and expressing their emotions in their lyrics reflects their skills in capturing the sentiment of so many people who feel rejected by mainstream music’s hard-focus
Frank Carter describes “Crowbar” as a “mission statement” for his band
Frank Carter describes “Crowbar” as a “mission statement” for his band
British punk rockers Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes are teaming up with AP to premiere the fourth installation of their Behind The Album video series for the band’s third full-length, End Of Suffering. In the video, frontman Frank Carter, guitarist Dean Richardson and the producers of the album share the creative process as well as the central message of their hit single, “Crowbar.” Read more
Warped Tour: The only tour that mattered since 1995
Warped Tour: The only tour that mattered since 1995
Starting June 29-30 in Atlantic City, New Jersey, the Vans Warped Tour will hold its final high-decibel celebrations of punk rock and youth culture. Once the traveling roadshow returns to Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California, July 20 and 21, founder Kevin Lyman’s great touring experiment will become a part of rock ’n’ roll history, much like how Grateful Dead tours were for the hipp
Alexisonfire open up on first new song in 10 years, “Familiar Drugs”
Alexisonfire open up on first new song in 10 years, “Familiar Drugs”
In the mid-2000s, Canadian post-hardcore quintet Alexisonfire were one of the most celebrated names in the scene. Having released four studio albums to great acclaim and penned modern classics such as 2006’s “This Could Be Anywhere In The World,” vocalist George Pettit, vocalist/guitarist Dallas Green, guitarist Wade MacNeil, bassist Chris Steele and drummer Jordan Hastings had the world at their
Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes
Frank Carter And The Rattlesnakes
When Frank Carter left Gallows to form the blue-collar, starry-eyed punk-soul of Pure Love it was a surprise. He was a singer who had made his name as an outspoken, aggressive and fiery frontman. He was abandoning a band who had been signed to a major label (Warner Bros), and who had only recently released a record (2009’s Grey Britain) that he had once promised would shake the world. Pur ... Read
“Our first move into a new chapter for FVK”—Fearless Vampire Killers release new song, “Braindead”
“Our first move into a new chapter for FVK”—Fearless Vampire Killers release new song, “Braindead”
Fearless Vampire Killers  have released “Braindead,” their first new studio recording since the release of their sophomore full-length Unbreakable Hearts. The song is a part of a digital double A-side, produced by Dan Weller (Enter Shikari, Young Guns, Gallows), which will be released August 21 and also includes a song called "Danger" (artwork below). Listen to it via the lyric vi... Rea
Gallows debut “Chains” music video
Gallows debut “Chains” music video
Gallows released a brand new, two-track seven-inch titled Chains, in June via both Bridge Nine Records and the band's personal label, Venn. They have now debuted a music video for the title track from the effort. Frontman Wade MacNeil commented on the video saying, "We approached the making of the "Chains" video unlike anything the band had done in the past. Looking at it more like
Gallows – Chains EP
Gallows – Chains EP
Gallows Chains EP Don’t let the quiet intro to opener “Chains” fool you: There’s nothing calm about this new two-song EP from Gallows, currently one of the most exciting bands in hardcore. And “Chains” shows why: With an intense, crawling pace, a huge and destructive production sound and vocalist Wade MacNeil screaming about “sham rock ’n’ roll,” it’s a great hardcore tune. It shows the band’s str

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