Today we received sad news that the Belgian hardcore musician Florent Pevee passed away on November 29th at the age of 22, after being run over by a bus in the early morning hours that Friday. Pevee was the singer/guitarist for Kabul Golf Club, as well as playing bass for the Rott Childs, and he came to our attention earlier […]Read more ›
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The “infamous” Rott Childs are rumored to be “4 nephews hailing from a notorious European family bloodline”, and, as the story goes, the boys have found themselves forever “shunned and shut off from the family fortune”, after too many magic tricks have gone wrong at the annual family dinner. Now, these four marginalized reprobates live hand-to-mouth, and it seems they […]Read more ›
We sure did love the Hunx & His Punx LP Street Punk this summer, the band’s most recent effort for Hardly Art! Today, the trio released this new video for the track “You Think You’re Tough“. Directed by Dan Shaw, it features the band conducting an open casting call as they search for a new frontman, and as you might […]Read more ›
Let’s check out some of the fine things they got cookin’ over at our favorite hardcore label, Seattle’s Good To Die Records…In addition to Monogamy Party‘s new LP False Dancers, due out September 17th, Sandrider will follow-up their exceptional, self-titled debut for the label with a new 10-song LP this fall! No word on the title yet, or exact release […]Read more ›
Don’t call Pissed Jeans‘ Matt Korvette “lazy”, he’s just a “laid back man”. Hmmm, I’m not saying he’s lazy, but laid back? I didn’t know! “Romanticize Me” dishes up a high octane slab of 80′s styled hard-core, and can be found on the band’s most recent release Honeys, out now on Sub Pop. Joe Stakun returns to direct in this […]Read more ›
Seems like you can always expect the heaviest sort of heavy from St. Paul MN’s deranged art punk outfit Condominium. The 3-piece formed in 2007 out of the ashes of the Minneapolis band Formaldehyde Junkies, and it also shared members with the local hardcore bands Question and Pandemonium. After several out-of-print 7″s, and the self-released LP Warm Home, the band […]Read more ›
Plenty of news to report from Seattle’s hardest working/hard rock label, Good To Die Records! Ready to get your road trip on? How does Calgary in June sound? Loud as f**k, you can be sure! Well, pile in the car, jump on a bus, hop a freight, steal a jet, whatever it takes, and follow some of your favorite Good […]Read more ›