In Svbterranean’s Album Dissections, artists break down the construction and/or lyrical themes of their records track by track.
Earlier this month Nashville powerviolence duo Thetan unleashed their face-ripping, sophomore full-length, Abysmal, via Anti-Corporate Music. The 18-track, 18-minute-long record assaults listeners with hyper-speed, hyper-violent bass-and-drum hardcore that doesn’t let up. Fans of Charles Bronson, Spazz, and all things Slap-a-Ham are encouraged to pay attention.
Thetan bassist/vocalist Dan Emery was kind enough to drop by and participate in our Album Dissections series to breakdown the construction of the album as well as its deeply personal lyrical themes. Check out what Emery had to say below. Continue Reading
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I’ve been friends with vocalist and front man of the powerviolence act Terminal Nation for a few years now, and after seeing them perform live more times than any other band, I have finally conducted an interview with the man, the myth, the legend: Stan Liszewski! We discussed the bands upcoming musical endeavors, energy drinks and the recent benefit show the band played in their hometown (and mine!) of Little Rock, Arkansas. Enjoy. Continue Reading
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Swedish metallic hardcore quintet Snake Tongue are poised to release their new EP, No Escape No Excuse, on February 15 via The Sign Records. The upcoming four-track effort features a dark, concussive sound full of bitterness and groove. Fans of Trap Them and Converge are urged to pay attention.
Wyoming hardcore outfit Closed In (ex-Reproacher) recently released the debut single from their upcoming demo, One With Pain. Titled “Teeth”, the new track features muscular, sludgy riffs that hammer and gallop in the vein of Cursed. Check out the track after the break.
One With Pain will be released this month via Convulse Records. Pre-order here.
Discordant, dissonant, and filled to the brim with sonic twists and turns, Femur’s brand of unorthodox noise will appease fans of hardcore’s more chaotic side. On Red Marks, the full-length debut from the Thunder Bay, Ontario trio, the band craft over 40 minutes of unhinged aural violence that merges mathcore and sludge into a caustic mix. Fans of early Gaza, Coalesce, and the like will want to pay attention.
In this interview with Svbterranean, Femur discuss the album in question, the origins of the project, their writing process, and more.
Yogyakarta, Indonesia’s Cloudburst fulfill all the needs of discordant hardcore fans with their new, self-titled album. Continue Reading
Ontario’s Femur craft some very vile and antisocial chaotic hardcore on their debut full-length release, Red Marks. Continue Reading