Tag: chaotic hardcore
December 28, 2020
"O come, let us sing unto the Lord: let us make a joyful noise to the rock of our salvation." -Psalm 95:1
November 18, 2017
Harp & Lyre's aggressive 2012 finale deserves some time in the light.
April 8, 2017
I’m bringing you another new band to check out on this very heavy (metal) Saturday and they are called The Death In Me. The band comes from Raleigh, NC. and they play a furious combination of melodic metalcore and chaos. The band’s debut full length “An Appeal to Heaven” will release on Easter. You can purchase the album and other merch direct from the band here. Check out the music video for their debut song “Evergreen” below and download it for free via NoiseTrade.… Continued →
March 24, 2017
2016 was the year for comebacks. There was bands like Destroy the Runner, Hopesfall, and Advent. Advent has brought their A-game with their comeback. And they bring the pain with their new EP, Pain and Suffering. You could call it a “Revival”. “Wind from the Valley” is the first track of the EP. The bass is thick, the guitars bring in the metal, while the drums are very hardcore style. Joe Musten’s vocals are some of the most violent vocals ever. “Wind from the Valley” sounds like a slower version of the band Nails.… Continued →
November 10, 2016
Grayson, Kentucky’s own chaotic hardcore outfit has decided to reunite recently. Along with the reunion, we’re sure to see more shows (like this one) and new music to follow. Check them out on Facebook for updates. Fans of The Chariot, Botch, Norma Jean, and Rival Choir will definitely enjoy their sound. … Continued →
January 10, 2015
Despite My Pride has delivered an interesting work, that never really settles into any one particular form, and there is nothing wrong with that. Here's the full review.
August 29, 2014
Anyone can throw some dissonant intervals together and make something that is noisy, but it takes something special to use chaos and noise to create something musical. After listening to UGLYTWIN's debut full length Oh, The Cost, I think it's safe to say that they may have that something special. Passionate lyrics, ferocious vocals, dissonant but creative guitar playing, and relentless drumming form the outline for their debut album, and it's anything but empty.