Holy shit! In the unrelenting tsunami of Metal and Hardcore releases it’s easy to forget that nobody has made a Grindcore record quite like Internal Rot’s Grieving Birth in a long time, or if they have, it’s slipped beneath the proverbial radar. Internal Rot successfully marry their spiritual predecessors, namely
Read the full list here: Sheshredsmag.com Black women fucking shred. I know this because I have had the honor of seeing a lot of them do it in person, but I also know that when it comes to instrumentation (and a few other things) our culture likes to highlight the
War is never off topic in the good ol’ USA as their armies have engaged violent policing actions the world over in perpetuity since their inception. And, as all of us hardcore fans know as a universal truth: War Bad. Which, among other reasons, is why our Bay Area crust
I say this with conviction: MOTÖRHEAD was one of the greatest bands to ever do it!!! Loads of bands have taken the sound of DISCHARGE and created sick D-Beat as a form of homage to this seminal band, while others have looked to the filthy rocking riffs of MOTÖRHEAD for
Though Travølta’s new release In Tinnitus We Crust will have any die-hard fan of d-beat, crust, fastcore, grindcore, and powerviolence drumming their steering wheel into oncoming traffic, this release shows them as worthy bearers of the mincecore torch, originally lit by their Belgian forebears, Agathocles. The production is no-nonsense. Raw.
As a teacher of multiple grade-levels, I see young people enter and pass through various developmental stages. When kids are young, they all dance, they all sing, they all draw. At some point, though, they start making comparisons, and with those comparisons comes self-doubt. Suddenly, they don’t dance, they can’t