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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

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Check out CODE ORANGE KIDS in 2012 straight wrecking shop! This was way before their Grammy Nomination, but I could tell even then that this band was next level. Congrats to CODE ORANGE on all of the positivity that has come their way since 2012.       

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Check out CODE ORANGE KIDS in 2012 straight wrecking shop! This was way before their Grammy Nomination, but I could tell even then that this band was next level. Congrats to CODE ORANGE on all of the positivity that has come their way since 2012.    

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NINE – THIEVES LP I The boys in Thieves have truly outdone themselves for this release, as each song is infinitely more pissed than the last. This LP is sixteen songs of lament, pain, and tones so heavy you’ll get evicted for playing it past 10:00pm. Fuck your landlord, though,

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Text & Photos: Bobby Cochran Code Orange are no longer just a bunch of kids from Pittsburgh.  The five-piece hardcore outfit (including touring guitarist Dominic Landolin) have matured into a pulverizing, solid sonic machine, and they brought their own special brand of madness to the tiny San Francisco club, Thee Parkside. 

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2017 is going to start with a nuke-sized bang with the release of Code Orange’s third album, Forever. Their Roadrunner Records debut following two releases on Deathwish Inc., the album is monstrous in scope and style, layering this Pittsburgh quartet’s already vicious hardcore with noise, post-punk and industrial. Building off

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