Wednesday, 30 September 2009

hardcore double post

A little something for all of you since I'm running late for school.
When Forever Comes Crashing Down- Converge
End Of Irony- Palatka

Sunday, 27 September 2009

scholastic deth-killed by school

Straight-edge thrashcore/powerviolence/whatever you want to call it from the San Fransisco bay area. They had a sound which differed from many of their peers, which seemed to take a lot of qualities from old-school hardcore, creating fast, fun and positive music with a message. This message dealt with everything from skateboarding, the love of coffee and life as a nerd, to the lack of substance and political awareness in hardcore today.


Saturday, 26 September 2009


This album has been in my library for at least a year so I'm pretty surprised at myself for not putting this up earlier. Albeit little more "pop"-ish than M83's previous records, this still has copious amounts of dreamy shoegaze influences to sleep to or listen to on a flight.

Wednesday, 23 September 2009


Raekwon is definitely one of my favourite Wu members and this album is testament to that. With killer rhymes over killer beats with even more killer guest appearances (RZA, GZA, Ghostface Killa, Inspectah Deck, Jadakiss and more), this album guarantees more than 2 listens if you're a hardcore rap fan like myself.

Astra-The Weirding

you probably already have this but here

Sunday, 20 September 2009

Slam galore

This band is nothing new but hella fun to listen to, if you're into slam/brutal death metal. Czech it.


Saturday, 19 September 2009


Do Make Say Think. According to, this band got its name from the posters on the walls of some classroom, their first rehearsal room. To be completely honest with you, I've never listened to any post-rock quite as, erm, refreshing as this. Very interesting melodies on this here album, mainly due to the extensive use of jazzy drums, synthesizers and, very subtley, wind-instruments.


Wednesday, 16 September 2009


Crazy, heavy, experimental, incendiary, high-speed, low-end noisegrindsludgedoom from San Francisco.

Sunday, 13 September 2009

Dying Fetus

Where have I been, you might ask. I'm going to ignore that.

Here is Dying Fetus's latest album, Descend into Depravity. I think it's much better than War of Attrition, simply put. There's still a lot of that fantastic FETUS groove though. Enjoi.


shai hulud-misanthropy pure

Having "discovered" this band(and indeed hardcore in general), I don't have that much to contribute to any complaints that kvlt hardcore fans might have pertaining to this band. So, without any further ado, link

Tuesday, 8 September 2009

Kick ass artwork

I've been waiting for this record ever since the slight let-down epitomised by Red Album surfaced. Still listening, will review later on. Now, git yerself some proggy sludge


The Low End Theory?

Yup, classic hip-hop record from 90's rappers A Tribe Called Quest. At the time of their inception, ATCQ were considered unique within the hip-hop community, mainly for avoiding the gangsta rap popularized by fellow rappers. The lyrics often revolved around abstract yet transparent concepts such as consumerism. Also helped pioneer the jazz-rap movement.

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