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Here’s how Hatebreed rediscovered their purpose on ‘Weight Of The False Self’
Here’s how Hatebreed rediscovered their purpose on ‘Weight Of The False Self’
Four years on from releasing their seventh album, The Concrete Confessional, Hatebreed were supposed to be returning this year with their follow-up. That all changed when the coronavirus pandemic turned the world upside down.   They postponed their touring plans with Parkway Drive. They del...
Here are the 10 most influential bands of hardcore
Here are the 10 most influential bands of hardcore
Hardcore has gone through countless stylistic changes since its inception and has inspired a variety of movements within music. Whether it’s the early veterans of the genre such as Black Flag or later acts who spawned metalcore and heavier subgenres by branching off hardcore such as Converge, these pioneers have been repeatedly used as an influence for the structure of certain movements—and their
Coronavirus: Concerts, tours, festivals and more cancellation tracker
Coronavirus: Concerts, tours, festivals and more cancellation tracker
The coronavirus is having a massive impact on the entertainment industry, and as the pandemic continues to grow, more events are either canceling or postponing. With every industry from music, film, sports and more being affected by the spread of the virus, we're keeping track of which events are being called off...
The 10 most important hardcore albums, according to Terror’s Scott Vogel
The 10 most important hardcore albums, according to Terror’s Scott Vogel
Scott Vogel of Terror picked his top ten hardcore albums of all time to share with AP readers.  1. and 2. = TIE  AGNOSTIC FRONT: Victim In Pain, 1984 (Download this: “Victim In Pain”) WARZONE: Don't Forget The Struggle, Don't Forget The Streets 1987 (Download this: “Fuck Your Attitude”)  When I was first being introduced to underground music and still searching for my path, I was handed a dubbed c
Madball – Hardcore Lives
Madball – Hardcore Lives
Madball Hardcore Lives The coolest thing about New York hardcore institution Madball, led by singer Freddy Cricien, is their fervent support of the scene that birthed them. Not only have they stayed true to their roots, delivering album after album of high-quality, breakdown-heavy hardcore, they’ve also served as mentors for the next generation of windmill-friendly New York (and other areas) tough
Madball premiere new song, music video featuring Walls Of Jericho frontwoman Candace Puopolo
Madball premiere new song, music video featuring Walls Of Jericho frontwoman Candace Puopolo
Madball have premiered a brand new song titled "Born Strong," with an accompanying music video, both of which feature Walls Of Jericho frontwoman Candace Puopolo. The track is taken from the band's highly anticipated eighth studio album, Hardcore Lives, which is due out on June 27 via the band's personal label Black N Blue. If you haven't yet, you can pre... Read More ...
Madball – Rebellion EP
Madball – Rebellion EP
Madball Rebellion EP One of the nicest things about Madball is they will always sound like you expect them to sound—tough-guy hardcore, all the way. Like a favorite blanket (albeit one decorated with big dudes brandishing even bigger muscles), these guys are always there to comfort us with their windmill-inducing breakdowns and over-the-top gang vocals. To f ...