Will Butler, the man behind To Live A Lie Records, has a special ear. TLAL’s release history is populated with essential hardcore, fastcore, grindcore, and powerviolence releases. Butler’s seal-of-approval is not to be ignored. These three debut LPs by some of the hardest working bands around are no exceptions. Joy
For the past fifteen years, To Live A Lie has been one of the most influential labels focusing on grindcore, fastcore, and powerviolence. Based out of Raleigh, North Carolina, the independent label—run mostly single-handedly by Will Butler of the excellent bands Oxidant and Tired of Everything—boasts a Discogs page that
What do aliens from a slime world listen to when they’re barreling towards Earth? What gets their oily green blood pumping as they’re getting ready to wipe out the populations they find on our glistening blue planet? I imagine all their cockpits are blasting XENO OOZE! This band has their
A Dutch TV report on Gabber (or Gabba), a sub-genre of hardcore techno music that transformed the clubs of Amsterdam and Rotterdam during the 1990s. Look at those moves…Words taken from Nowness Listen to our GABBA // BREAKCORE Mixtape by PETBRICK Here!
Where do you hide when an unfathomable force of nature threatens to destroy the world? What if that force of nature comes in the form of intense, Punk-ridden Powerviolence? You can’t just plug your ears and hope it goes away, and chances are if your reading Cvlt Nation, you’ll probably
Hey! Are you broke as fuck but also have the sudden urge to see a bunch of bands play really fast? Of course you are/do!!! Lucky for you the second edition of Mass Grindviolence has been officially announced and frankly, a deal this good puts the Toyotathon to shame. For