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
2018 was messy and ugly, and proved to be fertile ground for all kinds of messy and ugly musical ideas to grow in. There were a lot of great records released this year, and here are the ones I really vibed with and kept listening to with time. Also threw in some that let me down because this is the internet so you have to complain about at least a couple things.
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Well, here it is again.
How do I sum up a year in music that some how seemed to top every other year previous? Why do I say that every year? Who cares what I think anyway? I limited myself to a top thirty, but boy, there’s a ton of honorable mentions. Black metal was king this year, as it is most years for me. I’m boring, whatever, eat my shit.
Without further ado:
Nashville powerviolence duo Thetan are poised to release their second full-length album, Abysmal, on February 1 via Anti-Corporate Music. Abysmal is a raw, hyper-speed hardcore record that pumps out 18 tracks of drum and bass violence in 18 abrasive minutes. Fans of Charles Bronson, Spazz, Coke Bust, and the like, should take note. Continue Reading
Indonesian metallic hardcore outfit Cloudburst are poised to release their sophomore, self-titled full-length on January 4, 2019. Drawing influence from the likes of Converge, Botch, and the chaotic side of hardcore as a whole, Cloudburst deliver a frantic, blood-pumping sound on this forthcoming effort.
To build anticipation for its impending release, we at Svbterranean bring you an exclusive stream of the album’s second track, “Crimson Mask”. The track is brimming with hardcore stampedes, spiraling riffs, dissonant panic chords, and blistering solos that are propelled by frenzied drumming and vile, volatile vocal performances. If you’re looking to get your face ripped off, check out the track below. Continue Reading
Great Falls deliver a colossal, soul-wrenching opus with A Sense of Rest.
With their discordant guitars, rhythmic complexity and intense vocal performances, Great Falls craft a potent soundtrack for the feelings of despair and disquiet. With former members of Kiss It Goodbye and Playing Enemy at the helm, listeners should expect nothing short of noise metal supremacy. Continue Reading