Saturday, March 31, 2012

Erode- Disconnected EP

Year: 2011
Quality: VBR
1. Disconnected
2. Requiem
3. The Deep End

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Review:The Love Below-Every Tongue Shall Caress


After a well received demo and a few excellent follow up releases including an EP and a split with fellow labelmates Homewrecker last year, The Love Below return in 2012 with their first LP, Every Tongue Shall Caress. It is easy to tell from the get go that the band has been sharpening their edges and perfecting their particularly grimey brand of snotty hardcore punk as they rip through the first part of the record, and things take a turn for the particularly ugly (in a good way) when the crushing downtempo dirge of the song "Uncomfortable" hits. While many hardcore bands pride themselves in being raw and abrasive, there is a sincere and palpable feeling of pure filth that permeates from every element of the band's sound on this record, and it comes together to form one of the most entertaining and addictive listens from a hardcore record yet this year. Fans of the band's earlier releases will definitely not be let down, and for the people who are unfamiliar this is an excellent starting point. Hell, one look at the cover art should be enough for you to check it out based on merit alone. Another above average hardcore release from A389 Records, highly recommended. Every Tongue Shall Caress will be available on the A389 Records webstore starting midnight on April 1st, so check back at the link below then to order a copy.

A389 Records


Los Angeles based label 6131 Records announce the signing of Carpinteria, California emo/rock outfit SOUVENIRS. Formed in 2011, SOUVENIRS have quickly created a buzz with their contemporary take on the sound originally pioneered by the likes of Mineral, Braid, and Pavement. Even with their first proper offering, the self-released Sadder Days EP, they were able to demonstrate an unrivaled songwriting prowess that left many eager for more.

SOUVENIRS quickly took to the road, touring the West Coast with Set Your Goals and The Story So Far in December of 2011, followed by another West Coast and Southwest run with Pentimento and Light Years earlier this year. SOUVENIRS will continue to tour extensively, with plans already in the works for Spring and Summer 2012.

While not touring, the band was able to enter the legendary Atomic Garden Studios in early March with producer Jack Shirley (Joyce Manor, Whirr, Punch) to record their 6131 Records debut, an EP entitled Tired Of Defending You. The EP, being released on 7" vinyl and digitally, will be available worldwide June 5th.

For those excited to hear new music from SOUVENIRS, Alternative Press will be debuting the song "Sucker" from Tired Of Defending You this Sunday, April 1st via their website:

Also, SOUVENIRS's first EP can be heard online via their Bandcamp here:

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Bastard Deceiver-Demo


1.Gun Points
3.Flesh Addicts
4.This Mess
5.No Anesthesia
8.Dependent Variables
10.What's Worse

Get It Now

Crushing hardcore/powerviolence from Tampa, Florida.

Life Moves- Portions

Year: 2012
Quality: 320kbps
1. Palm Trees
2. Bed Sheets
3. Folding

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

NEWS: Unveils New Layout, Features, Facebook App, and Upgrades

Online community with over 250k members and 40k bands looks to further foster artist development and promotion.

Stereokiller's latest upgrade is a real game changer... It allows bands to sell music downloads and physical merchandise without charging them a fee to do so. No other site offers bands this free service.

"Bandcamp, ReverbNation, and Topspin all take a cut of the bands' money. Our audience consists of hard working, hard touring bands that usually support their own careers, so they can keep their money. We don't want it," said Chris Brickhouse, owner and operator of Stereokiller.

These are just a few of the latest changes in an ongoing effort to foster band development and promotion. New custom band pages make it easy for band's to get a good-looking page up and running within minutes. The site allows bands to do live previews of the page before committing to the design, and the number of tracks a band can upload is unlimited, as is the amount of free downloads they can offer.

"It takes less than 10 minutes to be up and running with a full scale customizable profile, adding the music to your Facebook page, and selling your music and merch," said Brickhouse. "I don't think it could get any easier."

The sales interface allows bands to manually add items, then facilitates a transaction (single or multiple) via PayPal. There is also the option to connect to display Twitter activity, list upcoming shows, embed videos, and update fans with news, etc. started in 1998 as a forum for Hardcore, Metal, Punk, Hip Hop, Emo, and Indie fans. It has since become a free music hosting site and community with over 250,000 members and 40,000 bands.

"We're not trying to be the most popular. We're just trying to be the best," said Brickhouse. "I personally hand pick bands that sign up to feature on the main page. When you have so much talent out there, you really want to get the word out there about them."

Total List of Site Upgrades:
-Free Digital Music Sales
-Free Physical Merch Sales
-New Custom Band Pages
-Unlimited Free Downloads
-Facebook Apps + Full Stats For Bands
-Improved Frontpage Features
-Improved Audio/video Interview Capabilities
-Independent Movie Reviews

V/A- Friends Like You, A Compilation

Year: 2012
1. Intro
2. Deathbed- The Final Nail
3. Black And Blue- Zero Sum Game
4. Dead And Dreaming- Deadline
5. Step Aside- Stronger Than Life
6. Incendiary- Head In Check
7. Written Off- All On Me
8. Our Side- Last Warning(AF)
9. Tough Luck- Blind Guidance
10. Another Mistake- Natural Instinct
11. Sabotage- Nightmare
12. Iron Curtain- Bottled Up
13. Will To Die- True Desolation
14. Truth- What Fell Apart
15. Out Of Time- Captive
16. Youth issue- Trigger
17. Strange Ways- Evolution Of Temperament
18. Enough- Get Wise
19. Alert- Gain
20. Disapproval- Gone Dull
21. Half Measure- Let Go
22. Friend Or Foe- Built To Last
23. New Brigade- Get Out
24. Ill Advised- The Detox
25. Nests- Nests/Dark Streets
26. The Beautiful Ones- True To Me
27. Discourse- Carved In Stone
28. True Life - Father Time
29. Better Times- Better Measures
30. Damaged Goods- Conscience Unclean
31. Blindside- LBWPSOT
32. Know Your Rights- Help Yourself
33. Overlooked- Singled Out
34. Direct Effect- Moderate Rock
35. Black Ice- Devils Seed
36. Wrong Answer- No End In Sight
37. Outro

Monday, March 26, 2012

Direct Effect- Forget the Rest EP

Year: 2012
1. Forget the Rest
2. Lazy Boy
3. Presser, Pressure
4. Don't Lose Sight

V/A- Massachusetts Is A Coffin Compilation: Volume 2

Year: 2012
Quality: 320kbps
1. Abomination - Guillotine
2. Alert - Intro/Find Your Way
3. Anti-Venom - Dead Weight (ft. Mike of Abomination)
4. Apes Of Wrath - Bridge Burner
5. Black Sheep - The Reaper
6. The Bonus Army - Moving On
7. Caught In A Crowd - You've Lost
8. Darkwoods - No Place Is Home
9. Defeater - Cemetery Walls
10. Dry Heave - Bad Vibes
11. DYS - Sound Of Our Town(feat. Dicky Barrett)
12. Foxfires - Good Fences
13. Hammerfaced - Low Spirits(Ft. Phil of Anti-Venom/Villain)
14. Hostage - October Mourning
15. Jack Burton vs. David Lo Pan - Starring Jamie Lynn Spears In Madonna's Papa Don't Preach
16. Matahari - No Longer Narrow
17. My Fictions - Same Grave
18. New Lows - Last Of The Rats
19. Our Side - No Place
20. Plagues - Insects
21. Powerwolves - Heavy Lies The Crown
22. Raw Sex - Cleansing Tides
23. Revenge - Nervous Wreck
24. Rewind - Losing Touch
25. Rude Awakening - Severed Ties
26. Sex Scene - Abused
27. Streetsweeper - Real Talk
28. Swamps - Kill The Cold
29. Tenebrae - No Voice
30. Villain - Short Answer
31. Vultures - Not Guilty
32. Wolf Whistle - En Attendant Hudon

Birds In Row- Collected

Year: 2012
Quality: 320kbps
1. Among the Ashes
2. Colossus
3. Word of Astaroth
4. Ace of Fools
5. Chat Noir
6. A Kid Called Dreamer
7. Cottbus Outro
8. The Letter
9. Die, Testosterone, Die
10. Orange Disease
11. Actus Fidei
12. Phoenix

Sick/Tired- Self Titled EP

Year: 2012
Quality: 320kbps
1. Collapsed Lungs
2. Us vs. Them
3. Lucky Me
4. Sounds Like a Hot Ticket
5. Death in California
6. Seance 01:05
7. Busted Outlook

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Young and in the Way- V. Eternal Depression

Year: 2011
Quality: 320kbps
1. Descending the White Mountain
2. Times Are Cold
3. The Great Blue Norther
4. Oceans of Eternal Depression
5. The Gathering

Thursday, March 22, 2012

Diazepam- Demo

Year: 2012
Quality: 320kbps
1. Satanic Ladyland
2. Indigent
3. The Youngest One in Curls
4. Black Paint
5. Dissent

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Reno- 2012 EP

Year: 2012
1. ...From Waste
2. Boat Without Sails On An Empty Sea
3. Acceptance

Arms of Ra- Unnamed

Year: 2012
1. Afterwards
2. I Have The Right To Erase Myself
3. Personnalite Décharnee
4. Unnamed
5. Write My Name And Forget It
6. To Be Acknoledged Be Is To Exist

Cease To Exist- Heptaparaparshinokh

Year: 2012
1. Servile
2. Feast
3. Chemognostic Illumination
4. By The Will Of The Seathless Gods
5. Crowned And Conquering
6. The Absolute Of Sonuf Vaoresagi

Nomads- Night​.​Owls​/​/​Mayhem​.​Aficionados​/​/​Death​.​Seekers

Year: 2012

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Review:Rise And Fall-Faith


Rise And Fall are a band that don't need much of an introduction in 2012. In 2005 the band dropped Into Oblivion, a near perfect collection of crushing hardcore heavily influenced by Cleveland legends Integrity and Ringworm. Four years and several overseas tours later the band dropped Our Circle Is Vicious, a record that saw them expand out into more experimental post metal territory. Faith is again an evolution for the band, a refined combination of sounds from the previous records that still manages to stand out as it's own beast entirely. Every song has it's own unique dynamic;While the more straightforward hardcore ragers that open the album are brief and contain some of the heaviest and most focused material from the band to date, midway through the band truely hit their stride as they branch out into unfamilar territory, from the hypnotic post rock section in "Things Are Different Now" to the opening riff of the song"Breathe" that could have been pulled straight from the Jesus Lizard. These are welcome surprises, as the band handles them with the utmost quality and they always fit perfectly within the context of the songs, never feeling cheap or unecessary. As a whole, this album manages to please longtime fans whole growing exponentially as a band and artists in general. With Faith, Rise And Fall have crafted a modern hardcore masterpiece that even this early in the year will be hard to top.

Preorder "Faith" from the Deathwish Estore (instant digital downloLinkad included)
Watch The Video For "Hidden Hands"

Slave (CA)- New Track

Year: 2012
Quality: WAV
1. The Vulture

Review: Black Breath- Sentenced to Life

No surprise, Southern Lord has released another gem to add to their massive list of amazing albums. Black Breath’s new LP “Sentenced to Life” is the perfect blend between aggressive vocals and riff driven metal that shows the listener that this band is not to be taken lightly.

If you have listened to older releases by Black Breath, especially “Heavy Breathing”, this album will not disappoint. “Sentenced to Life” is a progression from their old albums while still maintaining the raw and punishing sound they have become associated with. “Heavy Breathing” is not an easy album to follow up but “Sentenced to Life” has managed to surpass my high expectations for Black Breath releases.

The guitar tone on this album is reminiscent many of the death metal greats with a Sunlight Studios kind of sound. The buzz saw effect on the guitars allows for the complex melodic and rhythmic patterns to come through clear while still allowing the listener to enjoy the metallic and harsh sounds they produce. The song “Obey” stands out the most, which ends with a doubled guitar solo followed by driving drums and second guitar while the first guitar continues to float above the band in a realm of metal greatness.

I have seen Black Breath a few times live and they are never one to disappoint. I cannot wait to see the new songs live and join in the furious head banging that will ensue. Until then I will be listened to this album on repeat. Buying this album might just be the best purchase you make all year.

Buy "Sentenced to Life" here

Saturday, March 17, 2012

REVIEW: Wild Flag "S/T" LP

Needless to say if you have been a fan of Sleater-Kinney, Helium or The Minders from back when, you definitely have heard of the current "super-group" Wild Flag. Or you really, really need to. Mary, Janet, Rebecca and Carrie has always struck me as a women of unusual genius in music. And especially Carrie in comedy (Portlandia). This LP is nothing short of that continuum.

This is first serving from this veteran female outfit and there is NO need for an introduction with an EP. Wild Flag delivers 11 tracks of dynamic indie rock tendering with punk, with a medley of other genres to boot. The opening track entitled "Romance" kicks in the door with relentless riffs and catchy motion, setting the tone in overdrive for the rest of the play. Cooling down a bit from the up-paced momentum at the halfway mark you start to get tracks like "Glass Tambourine" and "Electric Band" that really flexes their classic rock muscles, I feel some Beatles worship for sure in those tracks. Although this material is "next level" you surely hear signature "Sleater" sound with Carrie's charismatic vocals weaving and bouncing throughout. This album tapers off very well with numbers like "Racehorse" that keep your foot tapping and your lips moving. Its finishes off just as strong as it came in. Sidenote: They have recently completed a short tour in march which I am still kicking myself in the head for not making it out the Portland date.

I am also glad to see that these girls are back in the game and are really displaying their true skill in composition with flare. Mary and Carrie and the others have no shame throwing down licks at every opportunity given. Something you definitely didn't hear in their past projects. I don't know if those limitations stemmed from the Riot Grrrl movement in which they were associated with. Where bands under that banner never seemed motivated to excel in skill, but rather use music more for a platform to open dialog for feminism and radical politics. The more I listen to this album the more things I discover that I didn't hear before. Its truly a comprehensive album with many layers and well thought out arrangement. Awesome replay value, catchy and very accessible if you have never heard of Sleater or their other past projects.

This album is available via Merge label in a 12" LP format which includes a digital download card. Treat yourself.

Wild Flag's Official Site
Wild Flag on Facebook
Wild Flag on Twitter
Merge Records

Review: Young and In The Way- Amen/I Am Not What I Am

Amen/I Am Not What I Am

If you are like me sometimes seeing a band before listening to them is one of the most awakening experiences. Being able to see how a band handles themselves in a live environment, and then going back and hearing how they do it through a studio is really exciting. Some bands today can cut an amazing record but, especially in hardcore, can’t deliver 1/10th of the intensity in a live environment (the opposite is certainly true as well). It seems that the rare gem today is the band that can both floor you on their record and live. Young and in the Way (YAITW) is one of those bands. I first experienced their blend of black metal aesthetics and crust intensity at a dive bar in North Carolina. I didn’t know what to expect and the insane amount of incense had me almost running for the hills, but then they exploded into their first song. I know the use of hyperbole and terms like exploded are thrown around like candy in most reviews that surface but I can’t think of anything else to describe the intensity that I witnessed. Their set was short, fast and heavy. I couldn't wait to hear them recorded.

So that leaves me siting before my computer listening to Amen/I Am Not What I Am DLP released by the always great A389 records. It is not my first listen to either of these records, but sitting down with a record in order to review it is always a vastly different experience than just jamming it. The second unique attribute of this experience is the chance to view their catalogue in a new way: by placing Amen and I Am Not What I Am in juxtaposition with each other.

Amen is close to a perfect debut LP. It does what, in my opinion, all great debut LPs achieve: develops an early image of the bands sound while leaving room for improvement and development. Listening to Amen, immediately you get an idea of how YAITW is going to grow and how their songwriting is only going to improve from an already impressive starting point. Worrier emerges as the song of the album to me. The track sounds like a hybrid between 2nd wave Black Metal and Converge, with the combination of discordant guitar workings and speed.

Listening to Amen directly into I Am... really showcases the leaps YIATW has made over time. Amen, in itself, seems to have almost an evolution from fast and to the point to drawn out and atmospheric. This is continued in the second LP as the band really starts to experiment more and more with their Black Metal influences. While the record definitely delves more into Black Metal stylings the record does not lose the speed and drive of Amen, just seems to find a new balance between the two.

These albums feel like concept records, not in the sense of cheesy Dungeons and Dragon Metal, but in the flow, feel and look of the records. To start the records have impeccable flow, each track complimenting the next perfectly. The flow crafts a standalone work that exist on its own, feeling almost like a disservice to the record to listen to just a song or two. Instead these records should be listened to from start to finish. The layout/artwork only serve to complete the overall aesthetic of the albums. YIATW has a very defined look; to the point where I can almost pinpoint their art before knowing it is theirs.

To conclude, I’ll say this, YIATW is not doing anything completely unique, they don’t seem to be trying to reinvent the wheel. Yes there is an onslaught of modern hardcore/punk bands borrowing from both Black Metal’s mystique and sound. However it would be a shame to disregard their work simply because of that fact. These records are honestly great and will remain relevant with time.

Friday, March 16, 2012

FULL ALBUM STREAM: Provider- Wasteland EP

Provider is a hardcore band from Long Island, NY. They are influenced by classic NYHC bands such as Madball, Outburst, and many others. This is the full stream for their debut 7" titled Wasteland for Life to Live Records.

Pre-order the 7" here.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Toxicbreed's Funhouse 2012 and Beyond

Figured I would post this on here for anyone who doesn't follow our Facebook or Tumblr. In the past couple of days I've been trying to figure out on what direction to take Toxicbreed's Funhouse since file sharing is starting to turn into a mess, and I want to continue this site.

I sat down and had a conversation with my buddy Andy from Glory Kid and we both came to the conclusion the best route to take is to combine Words Of Evil and Toxicbreeds Funhouse so there is one source for LEGAL downloads, reviews, news, etc etc. Everything will be under the Toxicbreed blog itself, until we eventually move to a legitimate server/website. Right now the main thing for me to do is clear out any and all dead links before starting out fully fresh.

It's a HUGE change for the site, but it's 100% needed. Thanks for the 3+ years of support this year, and excited to continue with this site and the endless projects we have going on.


Convulsions will be heading into the studio Mat 21st to record their forthcoming EP entitled I'll Be Seeing You. They will be recording at the infamous Machines With Magnets Studio in Pawtucket, RI. Record is set to be released in Early August via Glory Kid Ltd. It will be available in a 12" format and digital download. Jazzed.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Junior Healy-Two Trees, Rain

1.Two Trees,Rain
2.Golden Age Of Cinema
3.Jain Mcgonagall
4.No Bouquet

Get It Now

Relatively new screamo band from Gainesville, Florida. Excellent debut release, highly recommended FFO: Loma Prieta, Neil Perry, Saetia

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Beware- Won't Get The Best of Me

Year: 2012
Quality: 192kbps
1. When It Comes Around
2. Where Did We Go Wrong
3. Never Meant
4. Changing Face
5. All I Need
6. Cross My Mind


Year: 2012
1. Hellbound
2. Out of My Mind
3. Better
4. Grudges
5. Misery
6. Stay Hated
FFO: Wignorant moshing, not giving a fuck, prison-fit crewnecks, and hard shit

Monday, March 12, 2012

Power Trip- Self Titled EP

Year: 2012
Quality: 192kbps
1. Divine Apprehension
2. Suffer No Fool
3. Brainwave (Prong)

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Review:Comity-The Journey Is Over Now


French band Comity has kept a relatively low profile in the US despite releasing some of the most challenging and ultimately rewarding chaotic metal/hardcore material in the last decade. As with both their previous LP's, The Journey Is Over Now is dense and layered, taking several listens to fully digest and appreciate. Split into four separate parts but meant to be taken in as a whole, the band explores practically every genre of extreme music, from chaotic metalcore to more traditional screamo elements as well as some more sludgey downtempo sections. Much praise should be given as the band has managed to write such lengthy material that is devoid of a riff/section overstaying it's welcome when so many different elements are at play. Fans of the controlled technical chaos made famous by bands such as Botch, Converge and Dillinger Escape Plan will find plenty to enjoy here. This is an undeniably ambitious record that continues to reward with repeated listens. With Throatruiner records offering a free download of LP via their bandcamp page (see the link above), there is no absolutely no reason not to check this out.

Gator Bait-Another Way

1.A Part
2.Another Way
3.Stage Dive
4.Under Your Influence (Dag Nasty)

Get It Now

Unreleased 7 inch from Tampa, Florida youth crew band Gator Bait.

Friday, March 9, 2012

Motherboy- I'm Not Even Happy

Year: 2012
Quality: 320kbps
1. Intro
2. Choke
3. Trees
4. Hands
5. FND

Thursday, March 8, 2012

Elizabeth- Where Vultures Land

Year: 2012
Quality: 320kbps
1. Darkness
2. The Call
3. Sharp Teeth And Knives
4. Sailor's Grave
5. Candles
6. Black Eyed
7. Heartbeats
8. Rising Kingdom

Raindance Announce Northeast Tour!

Raindance will be hitting the Northeast coastal region of this fine country this month with the support of their label mates Colony on selected dates. Here ya go:

Mar 12th Providence, RI @ Secret Location (Video Shoot)
Mar 13th Portland, ME @ Geno’s
Mar 14th Burlington, VT @ 242 Main w/ Colony
Mar 15th Buffalo, NY @ TBA
Mar 16th Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Pickwick Pub w/ Colony
Mar 17th Philadelphia, PA @ TBA
Mar 18th TBA, NJ @ TBA
Mar 19th Haverhill, MA @ Anchors Up w/ New Lows, Loma Prieta

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Drug Culture- Demo

Year: 2011
1. Prescribe
2. Objects
3. Slaveships
4. To Cope
5. Mckinley
Our pals over at Mind Melt will be releasing this demo on wax VERY soon.

Brazen Hell- Torment

Year: 2012
Quality: 192kbps
1. Torment
2. Disinherit
3. Servitude
4. Blockade
5. Dormant
6. Corrosion

Sunday, March 4, 2012

Weekend Nachos- Split Tracks

Year: 2012
1. World Knows Fear
2. Critical Mass Death Penalty
3. Toothpaste
4. Backwards
5. Livin The Dream

Friday, March 2, 2012

Graf Orlock - Couple Seeking Comfort/No Point

Year: 2012
Quality: 320 kbps
1. Couple Seeking Comfort/No Point
Get It NOW!
From the upcoming Los Angeles 7" Preorder here

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Outlook- Our Time Is Now LP

Year: 2012
1. Our Time Is Now
2. All The Years
3. Living For More
4. Not In My Name
5. Moving On
6. Dead Peasants
7. Release
8. Gilded Cage
9. All There Is
10. Our Choice
If you enjoy it donate a few bucks to the band directly on their Outsound page.

Viduus- Fearfully Awaiting the End

Year: 2012
Quality: 320kbps
1. Naught But Perversion
2. Muzzled And Gagged
3. The Olympian View

Merciless- Self Titled

Year: 2012
Quality: WAV
1. Locke
2. Despair (ft. Kevin Malice)
3. Watching You Die (Buried Alive)

REVIEW: War Hound- Colder Than Ever LP

If you have been living under a rock for the past year or two I’ll give you a quick summary of the band. Based out of Chicago, IL, War Hound consists of Ronnie Vinal, Jon Ortiz, Nico LaCorcia, Sean Inacio, and Sergio Mendoza Jr. The band plays an aggressive style of hardcore similar to the likes of Biohazard, Fury Of Five, and Dmize.

War Hound have finally wrapped up their eagerly awaited LP entitled “Colder Than Ever”. This is the bands debut LP on the long time running I Scream Records (Life Of Agony, Madball, Trapped Under Ice). Taking a wide range of influences and bringing it into a sound that they harnessed themselves, War Hound draw from all over on Colder Than Ever.

LP features 11 brand new tracks and is due out this April. I might sound biased since I’ve been a fan of the band for a long time, but I’m presently surprised with this LP as a whole. Dudes have drastically stepped their game up on song structure and lyrically.

Also, it’s amazing to see longtime members of the Hardcore community like Stikman taking time out of their schedule to drop a few lines on a new bands album.

Do yourself a favor and buy a copy of this album when it’s released this April.

1. Blue
2. Colder Than Ever (Ft. Tom Of Unfinished Business)
3. No Love
4. Cut Short
5. The Realness (Ft. Shane And Luke Of The Killer)
6. Vibe (Ft. Colin Of Twitching Tongues)
7. Pariah (Ft. Stikman Of Fury Of Five)
8. Die Slow
9. Big Brother (Ft. Senta Of Numb And Dave Ta Lose)
10. The Abyss
11. The Other Side