Norwegian post-hardcore quartet Of Grace and Hatred will release their new full-length record, Toxic Vows, on November 16 via Loyal Blood Records. In anticipation of its release, we at Svbterranean bring you an exclusive stream of the album’s fifth track, “Demonic Courtesy”. The frenetic, shape-shifting effortlessly walks the line between dizzying hardcore à la Every Time I Die and the emotional passages of Touché Amoré. Couple that with brash vocals in the vein of The Blood Brothers and you’ve got quite the jam on your hands.
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With their emphasis on jazz phrasing, chaotic rhythm shifts, and dueling, squalling vocals, Baltimore’s NoiSays is yet another newer band helping to modernize the sassy mathcore sounds of the MySpace era. On October 17, the Maryland quintet will release their self-titled debut via Dark Trail Records. Balancing between dissonance and infectious melodies, NoiSays‘ forthcoming record will have you trying to fit into those tight jeans and befriending Tom all over again. Continue Reading
Florida’s Gouge Away meld punk fury with alternative anthems on their sophomore full-length record, Burnt Sugar. Continue Reading
Scottish hardcore outfit Suffer/Wallow are poised to release their heavy-hitting self-titled debut this Friday, August 31. The forthcoming release explores the effects of sleep paralysis on the mind by way of genre-bending hardcore that is equally emotive and unpredictable. From the squalling screamo of “Wraith”, to the 90s metallic hardcore inspired of “Deadweight”, to the Touche Amoré-esque post-hardcore of “Deprivation”, Suffer/Wallow proudly refuses to stick to the script and offer up a debut full of surprises.
In anticipation of its release, we at Svbterranean bring you an exclusive first-listen of the record in its entirety. Fans of post-hardcore of all shapes in sizes would be wise to check it out. Stream it below. Continue Reading
HAAN is a blistering 4 piece noise rock band from NYC, operating in the spirit of all that description implies. In the grand, grimy tradition of their forebears like Helmet and Unsane, HAAN will hit you in the gut and leave you lying breathless in the street. Their particular fusion of post punk/hardcore and hard rock is muscular and undulating, not leaving anything to the imagination as they strip all of the filth and stress and rage off of daily life and hold it up in front of your face. This is exactly what the band accomplishes on their new offering By the Grace of Blood and Guts, out 8/10/18 on Aqualamb Records. Continue Reading
Comparisons of bands to other, more famous, more trend-setting bands are a dime-a-dozen, with Coalesce naming an album about this and that ideas are currently recycled and have been thought of before. It is a problem for many subjects today as it perpetuates a stagnation that is not there, and also name drops bands to which the subject has nothing to do with.
I agreed to review the newest album “Deads” by Danish band LLNN, due to the comparison to phenomenal band Botch in the email. Judging by my opening statement, this was far from the truth. LLNN are nothing like Botch other than having parts that are syncopated and off-time. While this name dropping is problematic, it doesn’t mean that there isn’t a great band underneath, which is what happened with this album. Continue Reading
Pennsylvanian punk/post-hardcore outfit L.M.I. are set to release their fourth EP, and sixth recording overall, this Friday, July 6, via Killer Tofu Records. Simply titled L.M.I. IV, the new recording was captured SweetCreek Studios in Ottsville, Pennsylvania, mixed by Matt Buckley, and mastered by John Fachet. The five-track EP unleashes 13 minutes of raging hardcore that balances between traditional punk stylings and off-kilter assaults. In anticipation of its official release, we at Svbterranean bring you an exclusive stream of the full EP. Check it out in all of its fast, noisy glory after the break.
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Cover by Craig Cirinelli of Housewithoutwalls Design
Long-running Tulsa based music collective ESCAPING THE ORDINARY are set to premiere the fourth instalment in their compilation series this Friday, June 15th. The collective was founded by Ty Griffin with a simple yet effective modus operandi that good music needs to be heard. The first three compilations were a mix of well-established artists like JUNIUS, THURSDAY, DREDG, (DAMN) THIS DESERT AIR, CONSTANTS, and CASPIAN, among others, but also aimed the spotlight at smaller artists.
Gatherers craft an infectious and emotionally-heavy post-hardcore opus with their sophomore full-length album, We Are Alive Beyond Repair. Continue Reading