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  • BATTALION OF SAINTS - Battalion Of Saints (Review)

    and quickly segregate into factions. From the proto-Rolling Stones sound of the New York Dolls to the full on attack of hardcore masters like Minor Threat, punk was threatening in all of its forms. Battalion Of Saints, through their first two albums,...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/107-battalion-of-saints-battalion-of-saints-review
  • DISCHARGE - End of Days (Review)

    Discharge End of Days Nuclear Blast Records http://www.nuclearblast.com Release date: May 13, 2016 Hardcore punk has always been the voice of the disaffected. It’s also been the most dangerous music on the planet. When it comes to this genre bands come...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/295-discharge-end-of-days-review
  • MIRACLE DRUG - How Much is Enough (Music Review)

    has an impressive pedigree. Newly signed to WAR Records, the band is comprised of current and former members of notable hardcore bands such as Supertouch, By the Grace of God, CR, and Mouthpiece. Miracle Drug has been building steam since the release of...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/432-miracle-drug-how-much-is-enough-music-review
  • SPIRIT AND THE BRIDE - With Eyes and Ears to See and Hear (Review)

    Release Date: March 3, 2016 Spirit and the Bride (not the MCM Music goth band from years past) are a Hardcore band hailing from Cincinnati, OH. The band hearken back to the advent of the spirit-filled Hardcore movement of the nineties, bringing to mind...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/279-spirit-and-the-bride-with-eyes-and-ears-to-see-and-hear-review
  • HARLEY FLANAGAN - Cro-Mags (Review)

    Cro-Mags MVD Audio http://www.mvdaudio.com/ Release Date: January 15, 2016 Harley Flanagan is best known for his work with hardcore/thrash originators the Cro-Mags. His first namesake album, cleverly titled after his former band, is the result of his...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/310-harley-flanagan-cro-mags-review
  • WALLS OF JERICHO - No One Can Save You From Yourself (Review)

    time. The title track destroys the possibility of this becoming a generic album though as it rolls heavier into the band’s hardcore roots. It bounces and breaks down and makes you want to sing along while dancing in the pit. The staccato riffing and...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/273-walls-of-jericho-no-one-can-save-you-from-yourself-review
  • OPT AUT SIC ECO - Opt Aut Sic Eco (Review)

    Man Records Release Date: January 30, 2017 https://middlemanrecords.bandcamp.com/album/opt-aut-sic-eco Synth oriented hardcore is something that will grab my attention every time. From the day I heard The Locust for the first time I’ve been obsessed...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/403-opt-aut-sic-eco-opt-aut-sic-eco-review
  • SHAI HULUD - Just Can’t Hate Enough x2-Plus Other Hate Songs (Review)

    Hate Enough is the first new offering in three years from Shai Hulud, one of the bands that helped bridge the gap between hardcore and metal over two decades ago. This collection of tunes is intended to bridge the gap between their 2013 album Reach...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/209-shai-hulud-just-can-t-hate-enough-x2-plus-other-hate-songs-review
  • FORTY WINTERS - Rotting Empire (Music Review)

    Spirits,” for example, is a glorious moment for any fan of the chaotic side of Metal. The band embrace the fury of Hardcore offering breakdowns, groove, and intensity from start to finish. “Human Sacrifice,” clocking in at under two minutes, is another...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/345-forty-winters-rotting-empire-music-review
  • SOUNDS AND TONES RECORDS - Christopher Hantman (Labels We Love Interview)

    Western Mass Izzy Heltai - Acoustic Folk from Boston Francesca Shanks - Ukulele Folk from Western Mass Crafter - Melodic Hardcore from Western Mass Flannel Dan and the Pan Handle Band - Roots Rock from Western Mass Christopher Hantman - Poetry from...

    http://1340mag.com/features/305-sounds-and-tones-records-christopher-hantman-labels-we-love-interview
  • PARKING LOT RECORDS - Adam Moscinski (Labels We Love)

    you come up these bands? AM: As of now, I’m working with Thanks For Coming (lo-fi/bedroom pop), Absent (screamo/melodic hardcore), Rochester City Police Department (lo-fi/noise/screamo), and Magnolia (punk/emo). The first three there, I approached via...

    http://1340mag.com/features/263-parking-lot-records-adam-moscinski-labels-we-love
  • KITTY IN A CASKET - Kiss & Hell (Review)

    song a B-movie soundtrack feel. “Of Cats and Demons” is a perfect pop punk diamond, while “Red, Sweet Red” verges on the hardcore territory the Misfits trod on “Death Comes Ripping” from Earth A.D. (1983). “Straight To Hell” is a 1950s inspired rocker...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/258-kitty-in-a-casket-kiss-hell-review
  • YOUTH BRIGADE - Complete First Demo (Review)

    Teen Idles (the first band to release under the Dischord Records banner) played their first show in March of 1981. Their hardcore sound, reminiscent of their contemporaries Minor Threat, combines the aggression and outrage that made early Dischord...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/177-youth-brigade-complete-first-demo-review
  • SKINDRED - Volume (Review)

    there. While this Welsh powerhouse may share elements with other bands, there is only one Skindred. The mix of metal, hardcore, reggae, ska and hip hop reads like a nightmare, but sounds like a roar of freedom. For their sixth release, Volume, Skindred...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/99-skindred-volume-review
  • SALAD DAYS: A DECADE OF PUNK IN WASHINGTON, DC (1980-90) (DVD Review)

    SOA (featuring a young Henry Rollins on vocals), Void, Faith, and Government Issue, and in doing so turned a handful of hardcore bands into a movement with widespread influence beyond the isolation of their community. Dischord remains a bastion of DIY...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/78-salad-days-a-decae-of-punk-in-washington-dc-1980-90-dvd-review
  • Prong- Zero Days

    to everything on this one with a heavy groove and a vocal and lyrical approach that remind you of the spectacular NYC hardcore scene. “Wasting of the Day” is another favorite, with a catchy riff and some dissonant vocals that offer something new when...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/440-prong-zero-days
  • SEEYOUSPACECOWBOY - Fashion Statements of the Socially Aware (Review)

    Release Date: June 3, 2017 If I told you I was talking about a sassy, spastic, innovative hardcore band from San Diego featuring members of influential bands, who comes to mind? No sir, we’re not talking about The Locust here, but instead, these new...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/435-seeyouspacecowboy-fashion-statements-of-the-socially-aware-review
  • Life of Agony: A Place Where There's No More Pain

    gets a little heavier. The rhythm section pushes the song along as Caputo’s voice soars over the top of it all before the hardcore leaning bridge leads you to the explosive chorus that you are salivating for! The title track, in my opinion, is the...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/422-life-of-agony-a-place-where-there-s-no-more-pain
  • EXCEL - The Joke's On You (Review)

    style beat. During the guitar solo, the song changes gears to highlight the band’s metal influences, before ending on the hardcore beat established during the first verse. “Shadow Winds” follows with a definite nod toward Black Sabbath style metal. The...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/400-excel-the-joke-s-on-you-review
  • YOUTH FUNERAL - Heavenward (Review)

    ride. So if you are looking for a heavy, emotional and uncomfortable ride, Heavenward is the place for you. In classic hardcore fashion, Youth Funeral manage to blister through 11 tracks in 15 minutes. By traditional standards, this is definitely an EP,...

    http://1340mag.com/reviews/398-youth-funeral-heavenward-review

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