Saturday, January 31, 2015

BRIGHT LIGHT is our hot new band to check out

BRIGHT LIGHT is a posi-hardcore band from Poland, wanna know something more about these guys? Sure, you do!
Read on about the new band who got the spot of “hot new band to check out”...

gan: Hey BRIGHT LIGHT, please introduce yourselves to the uninitiated and readers of

BL: What’s up ! We are Bright Light and we are straight from Silesia, Poland. There are 5 of us. Edi and Popek play guitars, Borsuk (Badger) plays bass guitar, PJ is a drummer and I’m Filip and I’m vocalist. We started our band in 2012 and we have played bunch of shows since then. We are trying to be as active and involved in our scene as we can.

PEARS - "Go To Prison" EU release - out now through Gunner Records

The New Orleans punks, who only formed just over 10 months ago, have released their new album, "Go To Prison" through Gunner Records in Europe -In time for their tour dates with Red City Radio (see below).

The new album, a 10 track, angsty punk rock assault, for fans of: Kid Dynamite, Off With Their Heads and Shook Ones, looks set to be another jewel in the crown of Gunner Records, along with the likes of Frank Turner, Gaslight Anthem and Fake Problems. "Go To Prison" stands PEARS in great stead, with the record receiving gleaming reviews from all four corners of the continent.
The record release comes ahead of an extensive EU tour with Red City Radio throughout February and March '15 - PEARS first visit to the continent since their formation.

Watch now the clip for the song "Breakfast" off "Go To Prison" -doesn't this remind a bit of Helmet???

Friday, January 30, 2015

DEAD MARKET, new EP "ASUNDER" up for download/streaming and THOUSAND OAKS

As you know JET MARKET walked out of the punk scene last year but as usual Alex didn't stop to
write and record new stuff and right now is "releasing" with the name of DEAD MARKET a new EP entitled "ASUNDER".
Those who had been lucky enough to have a physical copy or downloaded the previous effort under the moniker Dead Market, "For What It's Worth", will be damn eager to listen to the new stuff.

Alex about his new fatigue -"Hey buddies, it's done! I started recording this new EP last summer, it took some time but now is ready. My original plan was to record a new whole album but lately I've started a new band called Thousand Oaks with a couple of friends who both played in JM in different periods: Agostino (guitar) and Matteo (bass). So I decided to record only the finished songs I had at the time and keep the rest of the ideas for this new project we're currently working on. Enjoy!"

You can listen to and download here

Thursday, January 29, 2015

AGNOSTIC FRONT comment on songs of new album, announce classic member's participation!

We're sure all die-hard fans of NYC HC legends AGNOSTIC FRONT will have already read this
piece of news somewhere else, be it on AF official channels, Nuclear Blast's ones or on other maga-zines.
The New Yorkers are coming out with a brand new record, the eleventh off a carreer spanning over more than three decades (the band started out in 1982), aptly entitled "The American Dream Died", and NB hq is spreading around this "track by track" press release, read on, lot's of cool stuff here...

New York hardcore pioneers AGNOSTIC FRONT have released a full track by track commentary for every song on the band's upcoming album, »The American Dream Died«. Find the piece written by the band's iconic frontman, Roger Miret, below.

Saturday, January 17, 2015


MUD From The Bottom (CD)

by marcs77

We reviewed their previous outing “Violence Against Violence”, which marked the lengthy debut from this Italian hardcore based in Abruzzo (Teramo) -their earlier releases, since band's inception in 2004, count a demo dated 2006 and a 3-song EP in 2009.
Fast forward to 2014, countless gigs in Italy and a few stints across the border, and MUD puts out their sophomore album titled “From The Bottom”.
The blend of hardcore the foursome delivers takes, in equal parts, from the East Coast sound and the more brutal metallic hardcore, at times flirting with some vicious blast-beating grindcore and more groovy beats.
There's also some shit that seems the guys drawn off that contaminated metal hardcore son of the 90's (I'm thinking of Sepultura, Downset, Helmet, Nailbomb and that's a feel more than a direct clear influence).