hardcore punk

Lucifer Star Machine launch music video for new single “The Void”

Today, Hamburg based rockers Lucifer Star Machine releases “The Void”, the first single taken from their fourth album “The Devil’s Breath”, set for release April the 3rd, 2020, The Sign Records.

The single is released with a music video. Watch the music video for “The Void” below.

Lucifer Star Machine to release new studio album “The Devil’s Breath” on April 3rd 2020

The Sign Records will release the fourth album “The Devil’s Breath” with Lucifer Star Machine. The album will be released worldwide on April 3rd, 2020, on vinyl, CD and various digital platforms.

There will be a deluxe vinyl version with gatefold sleeve, purple front cover, splatter vinyl and additional artwork. Limited to 500 copies. The regular LP version is available in black and very limited coloured vinyl. CD will come as digipak with booklet. Artwork by Łukasz Jaszak.

Discharge to release “Protest and Survive – The Anthology” on February 21st 2020

Celebrating 40 years since the release of their debut single “Realities of War” in 1980, British hardcore punk band Discharge are surviving pioneers of the subgenre they invented; D-beat. Having had a worldwide influence on both extreme metal and punk with their uncompromising, raw sound over the last 40 years, Discharge’s political message is now relevant more than ever. Still performing globally in clubs and at festivals, the quintet are heralded as one of the godfathers of the political and anarcho punk scenes.

Kvelertak releases music video for new single “Crack of Doom”

Norwegian band Kvelertak have shared a second track from their upcoming new album “Splid”, which is set for release on February 14th, 2020, via Rise Records.

Premiering on the BBC Radio 1 Rock Show last night, “Crack of Doom” features Troy Sanders (Mastodon) and is one of the first songs performed by the band in English. The group have also released the official video for the track.

Raspberry Bulbs to release new studio album “Before the Age of Mirrors” on February 21st 2020

New York’s Raspberry Bulbs - featuring members of Bone Awl and Rorschach - makes their Relapse Records debut with their highly anticipated new album, “Before the Age of Mirrors”.
 
Raspberry Bulbs emphasizes the volatile, confrontational attitudes of punk with the discordant sounds of lo-fi black metal and inspirational fever dreams found only in weird fiction.

The Destroying Laser to release new studio album “Oracle” on February 14th 2020

Italy’s Post-Hardcore band The Destroying Laser has unveiled the details of the new album “Oracle”, coming out on February 14th, 2020, via Rockshots Records.

With introspective, metaphorical and upside-down lyrics, the band wants to investigate shadows and lights of existence. Sharp and dark sounds alternate with tight riffs, resonant and ethereal guitars, open refrains. Power and romantic chords, always on the razor’s edge. All accompanied by a dynamic and richly detailed drumming.

Body Count release visualizer video for new single “Carnivore”

Body Count, “one of the most important bands in punk rap-metal history” (Afropunk), recently announced the March 6th release of their seventh album, “Carnivore” (Century Media Records), have released the title track, showcasing the song with an animated video that highlights the album artwork.

Agnostic Front release new music video for “Conquer and Divide”

Legendary New York Hardcore pioneers Agnostic Front unleashed their twelfth studio album “Get Loud!” last month via Nuclear Blast.

Today, the band are proud to release the official music video for “Conquer and Divide”, which was directed by Punchdance Studios, who are the same team that created the video for “I Remember”. Watch the video for “Conquer and Divide” below.