Tag: metallic hardcore

8 November 2022 / Metal
24 September 2022 / Metal

Dallas quintet, I Am, might have a silly name, but they’re serious about their art and determined to pull their influences from a spectrum that incorporates metallic hardcore through to…

10 September 2022 / Metal

Who remembers the importance of Italy’s Ephel Duath in 2003 when metal entered a period of reinvention after the demise of nu metal, the rise of black metal, and the…

1 September 2022 / Metal
15 August 2022 / Metal

Max Cavalera co-wrote six Sepultura albums, so it’s surprising to learn that his output with Soulfly now approaches twelve full length records. He fronted Sepultura for thirteen years; his tenure…

11 August 2022 / Hardcore

Most metalheads wince when somebody mentions Orange County, California. Those of us on the other side of the pond blame it for the pop-punk invasion of The Offspring, Reel Big…

8 August 2022 / Hardcore

Inexplicable as it may sound, Ithaca’s 2019 debut slipped under the radar of this reviewer. As a band often mentioned in the same sentence as Employed to Serve and Svalbard,…

3 August 2022 / Metal
1 August 2022 / Hardcore

Is there anything more overpowering than metallic hardcore music with a purpose? Australian quintet, Outright, are the definition of confrontational punks who live the DIY ethic and practice what they…

14 July 2022 / Hardcore

Dutch metallic hardcore squadron, Swim or Drown, are as unsentimental as their name suggests. They formed fourteen years ago and still have the same line-up, yet their fanbase wait in…