Track Premiere: Inny – “The Soup and its Mass”
December 1, 2022 Adem Tepedelen
Portland post-hardcore noise trio Inny are a little tart and a little sweet on the new track from their upcoming ‘Pipins’ album.
Video Premiere: Mammock – “Boiling Frog”
October 6, 2022 Adem Tepedelen
Greek noise mongers Mammock cook up some AmRep energy in new video
Full EP Stream: Fixtures – “Live at Robert Lang Studios”
June 21, 2022 Adem Tepedelen
Seattle post-hardcore trio Fixtures reimagine what a live album can be with their new EP Live at Robert Lang Studios, which is streaming in full right now.
Video Premiere: Atom Driver – “I’ve Become a Monster”
January 11, 2022 Adem Tepedelen
Hear NJ noiseniks Atom Driver, featuring Deadguy’s Crispy Corvino, channel their late-’90s post-hardcore rage into a paean to bad behavior.
EP Premiere: Strangelight – “The World Needs Laughter”
January 5, 2022 Shawn Macomber
The Oakland post-post-hardcore powerhouse Strangelight return with another stellar offering,The World Needs Laughter.
Track Premiere: Sundown – “Not My Jam”
January 4, 2022 Adem Tepedelen
Hear Indianapolis post-hardcore quartet Sundown tear through a sludgy, jittery anthem from their upcoming Wise Blood debut.
Visual Violence: The Animated Post-Hardcore of Zero Trust’s “Clouds” Video
December 8, 2021 Shawn Macomber
Metaverse meets metalcore-averse in the new animated video from expansive post-hardcore slayers Zero Trust.
Album Premiere: Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster – ‘The World Inside’
August 18, 2021 Sean Frasier
Progressive heavies Tacoma Narrows Bridge Disaster offer a treacherous post-rock expedition with The World Inside.
The Way of the “Fuck You Heroes”: Bitter Branches on “Along Came a Bastard”
August 11, 2021 Shawn Macomber
Noisy post-punk/hardcore supergroup Bitter Branches takes a switch to bad cops and inner demons on its latest EP.
Track Premiere: Judas Knife — “Warm Hands, Cold Heart”
July 14, 2021 Shawn Macomber
Your ears do not betray you: The post-hardcore vets of The Judas Knife have defied death (seriously) and are here to slay.
Track Premiere: Black Sheep Wall – “New Measures of Failure”
January 21, 2021 Bradley Zorgdrager
Hear a new 13-minute epic from reactivated post-sludge crushers Black Sheep Wall.
Album Premiere: Bosphorus – ‘Slow Burn’
September 22, 2020 Dutch Pearce
Scottish post-hardcore sludgians Bosphorus slowly and carefully lower their massive, ground-shaking debut album Slow Burn.
Track Premiere: Same Gods — “In Circles”
July 1, 2020 Shawn Macomber
Worship at the altar of post-hardcore powerhouse Same Gods via the melody-tinged incantation “In Circles.”
Full Album Stream: Alienatör – “Pariahs”
October 18, 2019 Dutch Pearce
Check out the debut album from pugnacious Canadian sludge trio Alienatör.
Video Premiere: Colored Moth – ‘Whataboutism’
July 11, 2019 Emily Bellino
Watch a new video from noise rockers Colored Moth.
10 Bands That Great Falls Want to See On Their West Coast Tour
April 2, 2019 Shane Mehling
Great Falls count down the sets they’re most excited to see on their US tour.
Portrayal of Guilt Reflect on “Let Pain Be Your Guide,” Share Favorite 2018 Releases
December 31, 2018 Emily Bellino
Portrayal of Guilt ended 2018 with a bang, celebrating the release of Let Pain Be Your Guide. Read a new interview with the band.
Track Premiere & Interview: Great Falls – ‘Kettle Logic’
November 13, 2018 Emily Bellino
Great Falls return with “Kettle Logic.”
Track Premiere: Portrayal of Guilt — “Among Friends”
October 24, 2018 Shawn Macomber
You’ll be glad you’re not their enemy when you hear “Among Friends” from Portrayal of Guilt.
Q&A: Erdve’s Vaidotas & Kristijonas Reflect On Happiness
February 19, 2018 Chris Dick
Lithuanian post-metallers Erdve are heavy on introspection (and riff) on new album, Vaitojimas.
How Denver Post-Hardcore Brawlers Fathers Found Their Fighting Spirit
February 14, 2018 Shawn Macomber
Are you mad as hell and not going to take it anymore? Denver’s Fathers is here to help.
Full Album Stream: NY In 64 – ‘The Gentle Indifference of the Night’
May 25, 2017 Emily Bellino
Stream the entirety of instrumental hardcore/post-metal crew NY in 64‘s sophomore LP, The Gentle Indifference of the Night.
Full Album Stream: Horseneck – ‘Heavy Trip’
February 15, 2017 Emily Bellino
Horseneck marry sludge and post-hardcore with a host of other sounds to craft their memorable first record, Heavy Trip.
November 21, 2016 Adrien Begrand
Shadows Swallowed the Flood
One more for the road
dB rating: 8/10
Noteworthy Cause Alert: Campaign To Reissue Early Craw Catalog
May 20, 2015 Justin Norton
One of the most intriguing post-hardcore bands to emerge in the 90s was Craw. However, their first three records — considered by many to be American underground classics — have been out of print for more than a decade.
Empty Flowers Song Premiere/Track By Track
September 10, 2013 Shawn Macomber
So Randy Larsen and Bernie Romanowski from long-running noisecore antiheroes Cable launched a new project a little while back called Empty Flowers to explore 90s-style smart, seething gut-punch post-hardcore. And the mix actually works! Really fucking well! The band’s debut, Six, created some impressive atmospheres and undercurrents, but the sophomore release Five sees Empty Flowers…
Knuckle Dragger vs. the Bad Wee Bastard
March 20, 2012 Shawn Macomber
There could have been no better producer for We Are Knuckle Dragger‘s debut album than Steve Albini