Hardcore

  • A Guy Named Will – “Purgatorio” – exploring the spectrum of human emotions

    A Guy Named Will is the solo project of a guy named…Will. After a ten year sabbatical from all things music, the Jacksonville, FL native bounces back with the EP “Purgatorio” – a six track endeavor that pushes beyond Metal and Hardcore music, to blend with Indie, EDM, and...
  • I See Vultures – ‘Escapist’ – packed with aggression and attitude!

    I See Vultures are a brand new 5 piece punk/hardcore band from Leicester, UK. The single ‘Escapist’ is the band’s debut release. As you’d expect from a band in this genre blend, the track is packed with aggression, attitude and plenty of posturing from the twin guitars. It’s also...
  • Steve Lieberman the Gangsta Rabbi: “Psycho at the Hospice Gates” – loud and relevant

    Give Steve Lieberman the Gangsta Rabbi his due: His pretty relentless. For more than 30 years, the spirited Jewish punk has worked tirelessly to make his music count for something more than cheap thrills and mindless rebellion. And our anti-hero’s new album, “Psycho at the Hospice Gates”, shows no...
  • A Mirror Hollow: “Confession” shines with extreme moments of triumph

    One of underground modern metal’s fiercest four-piece bands, A Mirror Hollow, out of Hollywood, CA, featuring Cody H (Vocals), Ricardo G (Guitar / Vox), Chris H (Drums / Vox) and Harry G (Bass), have released their latest EP “Confession”. Here they have stitched together a 6 track, 21st century...
  • Crashbomb: “Power Up” doesn’t allow itself to be classified!

    Crashbomb apparently really don’t care too much about what people think about them. Half wanting to be taken seriously, and then always wanting to be out there and generally off-kilter, Tommy (Vocals, Guitars, Bass, Nintendo), Marz (Drums, Vocals), Donald Scully (Shredding, Guitar, Vocals) and Tyler (Guitar, Vocals) make fun,...
  • HR Live At CBGB’s 1984 – two parts of the famed Bad Brains band!

    HR is most well known as the lead singer of revolutionary reggae punk rock band Bad Brains. In their day Bad Brains could have been easily mentioned in the same breath as The Ramones, The Sex Pistols or The Clash, such was their greatness. Yet the band has evolved...
  • The Complete Lucky Lehrer Interview!

    Lucky Lehrer’s foray into the politics of marijuana was in 1974 working in Washington, D.C., for a freshman Congressman on Capitol Hill. Writing on the front page of the student newspaper at the University of California, Lehrer observed “the nation’s policy on cannabis appears inconsistent and ill advised.” Back...