hardcore

Cro-Mags announces new album “In the Beginning” and offers new track “The Final Test” for free

New York’s hardcore punk legends Cro-Mags announced their brand new album “In the Beginning” today! The record will be released on June 19th, 2020, via Arising Empire and Mission Two Entertainment.

To celebrate this, the band are giving away their brand new song “The Final Test” as a free MP3 download to every fan who subscribes here.

Stinky to release new studio album “Of Lost Things” on June 12th 2020

The French quintet Stinky – whose metallic hardcore “makes you feel like you can headbutt through a brick wall”, according to Midlands Metalheads Radio – have unveiled a music video for the second preview track for their forthcoming third album (and M-Theory Audio debut), “Of Lost Things”.

Check out the brand new and intense video for “Strangers with Familiar Faces”, below. Stream the new single here.

Aversions Crown to release new studio album “Hell Will Come For Us All” on June 12th 2020

Australian metal destroyers Aversions Crown are proud to announce their fourth studio album, “Hell Will Come For Us All”, will be released on June 12th, 2020, via Nuclear Blast. 

Today, the band offer fans the first single entitled, “The Soil”. Directed by Third Eye Visuals, the music video can be seen below.

Ash Return to release debut album “The Sharp Blade of Integrity” on May 1st 2020

Ash Return have set to their debut album “The Sharp Blade of Integrity”, on May 1st, 2020.

After the sudden end of HC legend Miozän, it become obvious very quickly for 4/5 of the band members: giving up was not an option, but to continue under the same name wasn’t even up for debate. Although the main influence was to remain in the classic hardcore style of the late 80s, the new sound would be combined with classic metal influences à la Iron Maiden for example.

Billy Clubs to release new EP “Strange Driving” on April 17th 2020

As soon as you push the play button, Billy Clubs punches right into your face. This is a massive wall of sound with a rude blend of heavy monolithic riffs but yet catchy enough melodies. The early HC and punk influence of Billy Clubs is undeniable, but still they manage to bring something new to the table by serving their high-voltage sound with the ingredients of doom, stoner, grunge and purest rock and roll.

Shakers to release debut album “I Need You to Know” on April 10th 2020

Shakers are sharing their new single, “If It’s Done With, It’s Eternal”, taken from their forthcoming debut record, “I Need You To Know”. Out on April 10th, 2020, through a slew of DIY labels, the album is a relentless, confident debut, recorded live over five days and mastered by Jack Shirley (Deafheaven, Gouge Away, State Faults). 
 
Watch the video for “If It’s Done With, It’s Eternal” below.
 

Rotting Out to release new studio album “Ronin” on April 10th 2020

American hardcore punk band, Rotting Out, have announced the release of their third full-length album, “Ronin”, which will be released on April 10th, 2020, via Pure Noise Records.

Today, the band has released a new single off of the forthcoming album, “Unforgiven”, which follows the release of their single, “Reaper”, which was released last year, both of which will be featured on the album.
 

Sepultura announce two new UK shows for Summer 2020

Just over a week ago, Sepultura released their new killer concept album “Quadra”, via Nuclear Blast. An impressive thrash masterpiece divided into four parts, each of them reflecting a different side of the versatile band. In celebration, the Brazilian quartet are pleased to announce two UK shows set to take place straight after their already announced UK/Irish festival performances in June.

Code Orange to release new studio album “Underneath” on March 13th 2020

Grammy nominated band Code Orange have announced details of their new LP “Underneath”, which will be released on March 13th, 2020, via Roadrunner Records.

“Underneath” is heralded by the LP’s title track, offering a glimpse into the reconfigured and urgent compositions of a band at their most ambitious. “Underneath” is also joined by a Max Moore directed music video which can be seen below.