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PHANTOM WINTER
Mrz26

PHANTOM WINTER

visit PHANTOM WINTER on facebook Phantom Winter bezeichnen ihren Stil als Winterdoom. Rezensenten verweisen auf Post-Metal, Sludge und Post-Black-Metal, sowie auf Interpreten dieser Stilrichtungen als Referenz. Für das Songwriting, die Texte, Arrangements und Samples ist Schmittfull alleinverantwortlich.Die Musik ist geprägt von einem schweren als schleifend bezeichneten Riffing, das dem des Sludge nahe steht, einem als „maschinell-kalt in Szene“ gesetzt bezeichnetem Schlagzeugspiel und „melancholischmelodiösen Leads.“.. See PHANTOM WINTER live here:  Want to book a show? Get in...

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LIBERTY AND JUSTICE
Mrz22

LIBERTY AND JUSTICE

visit LIBERTY AND JUSTICE on facebook While taking traditional cues from the likes of The Templars and 4Skins, L&J aren’t content to make by-the-numbers Oi. Instead giving nods to the channeled HC ferocity of Sheer Terror, the sing-along sincerity of The Trouble, the hard-scrabble outsider rock sensibilities of The Bruisers, and fight-ready mentality of Houston originalists Tread. Featuring current and former members of Thug Boots, Roger Miret and the Disasters, and Darkbuster, L&J have come together to unapologetically force their own voice through to the fore and out on to the streets. See LIBERTY AND JUSTICE live here: Want to book a show? Get in...

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BLOODTRUST
Mrz03

BLOODTRUST

visit BLOODTRUST on facebook BLOODTRUST formed through dedication, commitment and attitude. During the 90s, the members of the band grew up listening to punkrock, metal and hardcore music, not aware that BTHC was what it all was destined for. BLOODTRUST started out in 2020, during the worst pandemic in decades, and the process was fast and furious. In the band’s first two months, they wrote and recorded 11 songs, i.e. the album that is to be known as „In Blood We Trust“. The truth is that BTHC will floor you. It will shake you to your core. You will feel like a car ran you over, and that you want it to happen again. In Blood We Trust! See BLOODTRUST live here: Want to book a show? Get in...

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PLIZZKEN
Feb24

PLIZZKEN

visit PLIZZKEN on facebook Hard-hitting Punkrock! In times of social unrest, the downfall of the working class and the acceptance of fascist structures in this sick society, we thought it was time for us to found a new band. Tough times need loud music! See PLIZZKEN live here: Want to book a show? Get in...

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OBSTRUKTION
Feb23

OBSTRUKTION

visit OBSTRUKTION on facebook Obstruktion are the latest band to declare their intentions to the world with their debut album, ‚Monarchs of Decay‘. Based out of Gothenburg and featuring a number of Swedish hardcore veterans and luminaries, this band have drawn influence from the music of their formative youth and have finely honed this sound using their many years of experience and cumulative musical wealth. The result is an album of utmost severity and vigour that tears through social constructs to disclose the arrogance of the privileged. The band don’t strive for a particular genre/sound and instead have made sure to create something unique and fresh while still paying homage to their predecessors. Appealing to fans of Hatebreed, Bitter End, Obituary, Harm’s Way and Earth Crisis, their tightly knit sound transgresses the boundaries of musical trends. See OBSTRUKTION live here:  Want to book a show? Get in...

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TERMINAL NATION
Feb22

TERMINAL NATION

visit TERMINAL NATION on facebook Terminal Nation is a 5 piece hardcore/death metal band hailing from Little Rock, Arkansas. Founded in 2014, their debut LP, “Holocene Extinction” was released on 20 Buck Spin in 2020. For a band that adopted the word “terminal” as part of their moniker and put “extinction” front and center in the title of their full-length debut, this Little Rock, AR quintet is paradoxically extremely fucking adept at breathing new resurrecting life into flatlined sub-subgenres. Holocene Extinction marries a tectonic late-’90s metallic hardcore pummeling—think Acme’s towering comp To Reduce the Choir to One Soloist (1996), His Hero Is Gone’s Fifteen Counts of Arson (1997) and Catharsis’ Samsara (1997)—to a nasty attack that calls to mind Napalm Death, Entombed and Obituary, with a few requisite-yet-tastefully-executed circa South of Heaven Slayer-isms tossed in for good measure. See TERMINAL NATION live here:  Want to book a show? Get in...

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BULL BRIGADE
Feb19

BULL BRIGADE

visit BULL BRIGADE on facebook visit BULL BRIGADE on Bandcamp The sound of Bull Brigade is a very distinctive street punk with punkrock and hardcore influences sung with a rough and melodic voice. The main thing that made the band one of the most important band in the italian scene is, for sure, the poetic and strenght of the lyrics of the songs, focus on topic as working class and the suburb’s life, football supporters and social problems. See BULL BRIGADE live here: Want to book a show? Get in...

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BEWITCHER
Feb18

BEWITCHER

visit BEWITCHER on facebook visit BEWITCHER on Bandcamp When one finds themselves at the proverbial crossroads – face to face with the Devil himself – who wouldn’t choose the left hand path? Honestly, evil is too enticing, too strong, and Hell has the best music anyway. Hailing from Portland, Oregon, heavy metal mongrels BEWITCHER made their pact with Lucifer years ago, and have been walking the dark path ever since.   Recorded at The Captain’s Quarters in Ventura, California by Armand John Anthony (Night Demon), and mixed by Cameron Webb (Motörhead, Megadeth), “Cursed Be Thy Kingdom” is a powerhouse, heavy-metal-rock-’n‘-roll record forged in the white hot fires of Hell. The front cover was done by Paolo Girardi (Power Trip and many more). Rock ’n‘ roll is the Devil’s music, and through “Cursed Be Thy Kingdom”, BEWITCHER invites you to join them at the crossroads, drink from the chalice of rock ’n‘ roll, then ritualistically sell your soul to the dark lord himself. M. von Bewitcher puts it best, “The Devil is always ready to make the deal…” See BEWITCHER live here: Want to book a show? Get in...

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