It’s April in Cardiff and the spring has yet to reveal itself in the Welsh Capitol. Luckily, tonight’s show fits perfectly with the grim, dreary weather outside. London’s Scrap Brain are first on tonight’s bill and attack the audience with their dissonant brand of noise-punk. Since releasing their
It’s been over two years since London hardcore band The Lowest Form hit us with their last LP, Negative Ecstasy. Now from the same record label that brings us Dreamdecay, Private Room, and Latishia’s Skull Drawing releases comes the Personal Space LP! This dropped about a month ago on November 4th. With
Kaspar Hauser is a Glasgow-based trio (Josh Longton, Anne Kastner, and Andy Brown) on the darker side of post-punk. Think a few shades darker: deathrock, no question! I’m honestly surprised these guys are just now hitting my radar. Their self-titled EP, which was released on Soft Power Records back in May,
ODIO (Italian for “hatred”) are a Japanese-styled noisy hardcore/punk/d-beat/crust band hailing from Oakland (duh) CA, and featuring members of such bands as Holy, Korrosive, Tørsö, etc., and Un Mondo Libero Dall’Uomo (again Italian for “a world free from man”) is their debut EP released on 7″ vinyl by Nightrider Records.
Maybe I’m biased due to my proximity to Philadelphia – and it being the only place nearby where I can consistently see good shows – but I can say with confidence that it has one of the coolest scenes in the country. I’m not talking just about there being some
We’ve already introduced you to HAARM. They had one of the greatest demos of 2015, and they are simply one of the most amazing noise/raw hardcore punk bands around these days. If Cult Ritual or Raw Nerve elected an heir to their wretched throne, that band would be Haarm. Now these