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Chris Carrabba is stoked for new Chamberlain music and here’s why
Chris Carrabba is stoked for new Chamberlain music and here’s why
Anybody who claims to be well-versed in emo culture knows how crucial Chamberlain are to the genre. The Indianapolis, Indiana, outfit started as Split Lip, a hardcore band with bigger musical visions than their contemporaries. Their desire to add everything from melodic singing to acoustic guitars helped build the foundation of the post-hardcore genre...
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
Misfits, Snapcase, H2O, Bane, more announced for This Is Hardcore 2015
Misfits, Snapcase, H2O, Bane, more announced for This Is Hardcore 2015
The lineup has been announced for the 10-year anniversary of This Is Hardcore Fest. Misfits, Snapcase, H2O, Bane and many more will be playing. Check out a full lineup below and let us know who you're stoked to see! Read more: Killswitch Engage, Title Fight, Civ, Converge, Bold, more to play This Is Hardcore 2014 This Is Hardcore will take place July 23-26 at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia,
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
Under The Covers: Motion City Soundtrack vs. Snapcase
Under The Covers: Motion City Soundtrack vs. Snapcase
You think it’s hard to write an original song? Try finding a cover song that hasn’t been done before—it’s harder than you think. That’s why we bring you Under The Covers: Each week, we’ll pit two bands who have covered the same source material against one another, and it’s up to you to decide who comes out on top. SOURCE MATERIAL: The Police's "Truth HIts Everybody" ...