Glasgow-based hardcore quartet Suffer/Wallow recently released their debut single, “Wraith”, this past week. Serving as a teaser of their forthcoming debut full-length, “Wraith” is a dissonant burst of angular, screamo-influenced hardcore that spirals and squeals across 59 seconds. Check out the tune after the break. Continue Reading
Gatherers craft an infectious and emotionally-heavy post-hardcore opus with their sophomore full-length album, We Are Alive Beyond Repair. Continue Reading
French post-hardcore trio Birds in Row have announced the release of their sophomore full-length album. The forthcoming record, which is the band’s first full-length since 2012’s You, Me & the Violence and follows 2015’s Personal War EP, will be titled We Already Lost the World and will be released through Deathwish Inc and Throatruiner Records on July 18.
The album’s artwork and track listing can be seen after the break alongside the new track “15-38” [via Revolver]and the band’s forthcoming tour dates.
Hidey-ho there, readers. It’s been a few weeks since I was able to do this, but I’m back and hopefully I can give you some rad tunes for your weekend. As always, these are all free to download, but you can donate to each band on their respective pages. Lets get into it. Continue Reading
On Cette Erosion De Nous-Mêmes, Nesseria take more sonic risks than ever and they all pay off.
Since their inception in 2003, Nesseria have been in a constant state of stylistic evolution, refusing to stagnate creatively. The Orléans-based act began life with a spastic, grinding sound on their early demos and splits before pursuing a more blackened hardcore sound on their full-length releases, which reached its apex on 2014’s Fractures. Their third full-length recording, Cette Erosion De Nous-Mêmes, shows the band embarking on a new aural journey; presenting a staggering change in sound for a band with a history of dabbling in the more antisocial and gritty forms of extreme music. Continue Reading
Sprawling melancholia and metallic anguish collide on Shallov‘s sophomore full-length, Concrete & Glass.
The integration of screamo with elements of post-rock and post-hardcore has spawned quite a few critically-acclaimed acts over the years, including Envy and The Saddest Landscape to name a few. Shallov is yet another band to adopt this emotionally-charged sonic amalgam, and while they do not offer anything drastically different than their contemporaries, these Slovaks earn major props for possessing a tremendous amount of heart and gut-punching songwriting chops.
Japanese screamo/post-hardcore outfit Heaven in Her Arms recently debuted the official video for their track “Glare of the End”. The intricate and emotionally potent track, which comes from their new White Halo LP, is set to a collage of live performance clips directed by by Tamezawa Wataru. Check out the clip after the break.
Read our review of White Halo here.
“Epic” and “cinematic” are some of the more cliche terms used to describe a piece of music. But in the case of Heaven in Her Arms‘ third full-length recording, White Halo, these terms are more than applicable.
Following 2010’s sprawling, brooding Paraselene, White Halo shows this Japanese act pushing further and further away from where they started nearly 16 years ago. Picking up where its predecessor left off, White Halo continues to perfect the band’s stunning amalgam of post-hardcore, black metal and post-rock, while still staying true to their screamo roots. The result is an emotionally palpable record full of thrilling sonic turns and stellar musicianship.