Monday, December 29, 2014

Machinist! - Discography

Title: Black List EP
Year: 2012
Quality: 320kbps
1. Keys
2. Of My Tongue (Feat. Jon of Sleep Patterns)
3. Tusk and Teeth
4. Teen Wolf
5. Prayed Upon

Title: Birthright EP
Year: 2013
Quality: 320kbps
1. Birthright
2. They
3. Scent of Blood
4. Hood
5. Success Built on Self Hate

Title: Meth Teeth Split (Machinist!/Vampirates Split)
Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. House Show (Machinist!)
2. Covered in Scorpions (Machinist!)
3. Gamechanger (Machinist!)
4. Hellatio Sanz (Vampirates)
5. Invisible Dicks (Vampirates)
6. RIAA Certified Blood Diamond (Vampirates)

Urgency- Demo

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. Intro
2. Urgency
3. Change of Attitude
4. One of Us
5. Crumbling Down (Outro)

Sunday, December 28, 2014

Skinslip- Detachment

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. Trudge
2. The Knife
3. Golgotha
4. Blind Wrath
Rad new three piece based out of Southern California. Highly encouraged to check them out.

Friday, December 26, 2014

Cowards- Rise To Infamy

Year: 2015
Quality: 320kbps
1. Shame Along Shame
2. Never To Shine
3. Frustration (Is My Girl)
4. Beyond My Hands
5. Birth Of The Sadistic Son
6. Low Esteem
7. Anything But The Highroad
8. Wish For Infamy
9. Bend The Knee
10. So Easy

DO NOT SLEEP ON THIS. Absolutely crushing LP.

The Sentenced- Euthanasia

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. Intro
2. Failed Unity
3. Freshcut
4. Dross
5. Euthanasia

Texas coming through with another absolute banger.

Thursday, December 25, 2014

Stream/Preorder: Crisis Unit-Over The Edge

Above is a stream of "Wrong" one of 7 new songs from Florida hardcore band Crisis Unit's second release and follow up to their excellent demo released in April earlier this year, which you can download from a previous post here. The band continues to play straight up hardcore punk that brings to mind the intense energy of band's such as Count Me Out, Striking Distance and Stop And Think. You can preorder/purchase a copy of the tape, which will be the first release on new Florida hardcore label Please Your Case records at the link below, and make sure to keep an eye out for the band as there is much promise for things to come.

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Overlooked 2014 Releases You NEED To Check Out: Part 3

Here is the third and final installment of our "Overlooked 2014 Releases" series. Apologies to those of you who may feel like we missed some stuff, but we did as best as we could.

With so many new albums being released in 2014 it's very easy to overlook great albums without even realizing it. To help change that, we will be closing out 2014 with a three part series (one per month) in which we'll be creating a list of 2014 releases we feel are extremely overlooked while being extremely enjoyable. Whether you feel these releases are overlooked or not is beside the point, main post of this series is for awesome releases to get checked out.

New Gods "What Did I Say?"
New Gods continuing their fury of putting out some of the best fuzz induced, uncontrollable head bobbing, and free thinking Punk in the US. If you're into Punk that will make you want to throw on some long johns and play Tony Hawk Pro Skater all day, this is the EP for you. Seattle doing what Seattle does best.

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Rort "Warpath"
Honestly surprised I haven't seen more people sharing the hell out of this LP. After releasing a 7" in 2008, Australia's Rort finally unleashed their 14 track full length in June of 2014. Absolutely punishing Death Metal infused Hardcore/Grindcore. If you're a fan of bands like Nails, Mammoth Grinder or if you're just a fan of in your face Buzzsaw Guitars, check this out asap.

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Pharaoh "Negative Everything"
You'd think with a major DIY label like A389 Records releasing this full length you'd see more people freaking out over it, but in true Pharaoh fashion another one of their releases have fallen in the "extremely overlooked" category. Negative Everything is a must hear for fans of Doom, Sludge, or just Metal in general. It is without question the best material Pharaoh has ever released. Looking forward to seeing what's to come of Pharaoh in 2015 and beyond.

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Response "Demo"
If Youth Of Today and Negative Approach had a baby and moved to California it would be known as Response. Demo features four blazing tracks, band features current/ex members of In Control, Stoic Violence, Disapproval, and More.


Coffin Birth "Necrotic Liquefaction"
Lets close this list out with one of the biggest surprises of the year for me. I personally have never heard of Coffin Birth before this EP was released and I wish I have heard them prior to this. Fans of Hatred Surge/Insect Warfare should make it a point to check this EP out as soon as possible.

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Friday, December 12, 2014

Best Of 2014: Staff Picks

That time of year, yet again. Keep in mind like all "Best Of 2014" lists, these are 100% opinion based. If someone didn't list something you love, don't whine about it.

Yautja- “Songs Of Descent”
Pallbearer- “Foundations Of Burden”
Coffinworm- “IV.I.VIII”
Homewrecker- “Circle Of Death”
Thou- “Heathen”
Full Of Hell- “Full Of Hell and Merzbow”
Lord Mantis- “Death Mask”
Torch Runner- “Endless Nothing”
Vallenfyre- “Splinters”
Lust For Youth- “International”

The Coltranes- “The Cat Of Nine Tails”
Dharma- “Sea Nothing”
Thou/The Body
Left Astray- “Don't Look For Me”
Glue- “Self Titled”
Vermin Womb- “Permanence”
Cursed Graves- “Western Blood”
Spine- “Promo Tape”
Taake- “Kulde”
Criminal Code- “Salvage”

Honorable mentions:
Spine- "Time Has Gone" // Baptists- “Bloodmines” // Leather- “Easy” // Swans- “To Be Kind” // Creative Adult "Psychic Mess" // At The Gates- “At War With Reality” // YAITW- “When Life Comes To Death” // Happy Diving- “Big World” // Praise- "Lights Went Out" // Raspberry Bulbs- “Privacy” // Code Orange- “I Am King” // Midnight- “No Mercy For Mayhem” // Conan- “Blood Eagle” // Nothing - Guilty of Everything
Eliot M

Run The Jewels- Run The Jewels 2
Fucked Up- Glass Boys
Hank Wood And The Hammerheads- Stay Home
Full Of Hell- Full Of Hell / Merzbow
Homewrecker- Circle Of Death
Torch Runner- Endless Nothing
Old Man Gloom- The Ape Of God
Nothing- Guilty Of Everything
Ex Breathers- EXBX
Cult Leader- Nothing For Us Here
Andrew Gomez

Whirr – Sway
Divider – All Barren
Sneeze – Wilt
David Lapham - Stray Bullets: Killers (comic series)
Braid – No Coast
S – Cool Choices
Shellac – Dude Incredible
Creative Adult – Psychic Mess
Pallbearer – Foundations of Burden

Jeremy McGuire

Northbound - Death of a Slug
Punch - They Don’t Have to Believe
Full of Hell - Full of Hell & Merzbow
Against Me! - True Trans EP
ACxDC - Antichrist Demoncore
Black Mask - Lost Below EP
Torch Runner - Endless Nothing
Homewrecker - Circle of Death
Nothing - Guilty of Everything
Diamond Youth - Shake EP

Honorable Mentions
YAITW - When Life Comes to Death // Frameworks - Loom // Puig Destroyer - Puig Destroyer EP // Post Nothing - There is Something Wrong with Me EP // Fucked Up - Glass Boys // Rebel Scum - Gradually, Everything is Rotting // Illustrations - In Vain // The Banner - Greying
Brett H

Nothing - Guilty of Everything
Renounced - The Melancholy We Ache
Creepoid - S/T
Lust For Youth - International
Code Orange - I Am King
Homewrecker - Circle of Death
At The Gates - At War With Reality
Old Man Gloom - The Ape Of God
Every Time I Die - From Parts Unknown
Minus The Bear - Lost Loves

Monday, December 8, 2014

Wreck And Reference- Black Cassette

Year: 2011
Quality: 320kbps
1. All the Ships Have Been Abandoned
2. Surrendering
3. In Chains, Awakening
4. Evening Redness
5. Desire, Ether
6. A Lament

Saturday, December 6, 2014

Prison Moan-Demo 2014



2.Stir Crazy
3.Skin For Skin

Prison Moan are a new band from Cleveland, Ohio featuring members of Bad Noids, Cruelster and Masakari among others. 5 songs of scathing raw punk/hardcore that comes highly recommended for fans of bands such as Gas Rag, Hoax and The Repos.

Friday, December 5, 2014

Nervous-Tour Demo



1.The Future

Oakland, California band Nervous follows up their excellent 2013 LP with 2 new songs from a tape they've recently had with them on tour. Like the aforementioned LP, these are two explosive and aggressive punk/hardcore songs  that perfectly channel the angst of golden era 90's bands such as Nirvana and Sonic Youth while adding their own dose of bay area hardcore fury. Highly recommended.

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

Gross- "Tomorrow I Will Fall In Love" Promo



1.Low Windows
2.Here I Am
3.Close Circle

Grimey Orlando, Florida hardcore punk/powerviolence band Gross is back with 3 new songs that will appear on a future 7 inch that's yet to be recorded, and frankly this flat out rips. These 3 new songs are the best recordings from the band to date, 3 raw and uncompromising punk/hardcore songs that show a ton of promise for what's to come from the band. Falling somewhere between Ceremony's older material and a mix of Hoax and Iron Lung, the band tears through this new material that proves to be their best to date. Gross are one of the best punk/hardcore bands active in Florida currently in my opinion, and this tape doesn't show any signs of that changing anytime soon. Highly recommended for fans of all the aforementioned bands. 

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

Review: Ex Breathers-ExBx


Florida band Ex-Breathers have made an interesting habit of mashing the most chaotic and volatile elements of punk and hardcore with it's most forward thinking, at times sounding like an unholy amalgamation of bands as varied as Botch, Fugazi and Wire and sounding just as intriguing and downright crazy as that description would suggest. ExBx is the band's new 7 inch release and the strongest representation of their unique sound to date, as the band rips through 12 songs in just over 11 minutes.

Admittedly there is quite a bit to take in in those 11 minutes. As each song seamlessly transitions into the next, this record swells with an urgency and admirable passion. The band's dual vocals are shouted/sang over quick bursts of technical punk/hardcore that are immediately impactful, thanks to plenty of memorable guitarwork throughout and an outstanding rhythm section. It's rare that a band can make music this chaotic and catchy at the same time, and it doesn't take long for the songs on this record to ingrain themselves in your brain. While the band's past splits as well as their excellent 2012 full length Collision showed an insane amount of promise as far as the band being onto a sound that's truely unique and special, ExBx marks a huge step forward for them and one that will undoubtfully turn many heads as time goes on. Highly recommended for any fan of heavy music that's also forward thinking. Below you'll find an entire stream of the record courtesy of the band's bandcamp page, as well as ordering info for the physical 7 inch.

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Review:Homewrecker-Circle Of Death


Two years ago when their debut LP Worms And Dirt dropped, Ohio band Homewrecker proved themselves to be one of the heaviest and most devastating bands around, with a blistering combination of holy terror influenced metallic hardcore and powerviolence that had a penchant for immediate impact. It proved to be an insanely potent combination of sounds, and Worms And Dirt received quite a bit of much deserved praise as well as quite a bit of rotation for me personally, and it ended up being one of my most listened to records in 2012.Now in 2014 the band has returned with Circle Of Death, their second LP and first recordings with their new/slightly retooled lineup.

The crushing metallic force that made the band so appealing in the first place is front and center in Circle Of Death, an album filled to the brim with pure destruction and rage. From the opening intro "Forced Under" to the minute of feedback that closes the record, the band lays waste to virtually everything in their path, sharing vocal duties while playing a vicious brand of metallic hardcore that takes equal ques from thrash titans like Slayer as well as the old school death metal sounds of bands such as Bolt Thrower or Obituary, and finally a mixture of hardcore sounds that remind of Integrity's most seminal albums as well as the newer mixture of powerviolence and straight up hardcore that bands such as Weekend Nachos have perfected. This combination of sounds makes for one of the most intense albums of the year in terms of sheer force and weight, one that's also packed with plenty of memorable moments. Much like Worms And Dirt before it, Homewrecker have once again released one of the most engaging metallic hardcore records in 2014, and a most listen for any fan of the genre.

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Rebel Scum - Gradually, Everything is Rotting

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. Inheritance
2. Heavy Heart
3. Inflated Ego
4. Erase Me
5. Gang Culture
6. Absolutes Only Matter to Others
7. Nameless
8. Trash Built High Will Soon Topple Over

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Cease- Humanity

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. Anchor
2. Refuse
3. Humanity
4. Nothing

New Vision- Demo

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. Where it Ends
2. Intro/Nothing's Changed
3. Eye to Eye
4. Against the Grain
5. The Deal

Friday, November 21, 2014

Dilate- Demo 2014

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. Unyielding Wrath
2. Trenches
3. Ancient Master
4. Human Cost

Featuring members of Seasick, Razorheads, Ugly Parts, and Bible Thumper.

Ritual- Nascentes Morimur

Year: 2014
1. Imprisoned
2. Blind
3. Despair
4. Bálferð Baldrs/Cycle Of Control
5. Nail
6. Flesh And Blood

Rad new band from Springfield, MO. FFO Disembodied, Culture, and Harvest.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Shine-self titled EP



1.I'm Good
2.Golden Heart
5.Out There

Get It Now

Shine are a new band from Miami, Florida that can best be placed in the realm of 90's era alternative rock, arguably the golden era for band's of that particular sound. This self titled EP marks the band's first recordings and it's an incredibly impressive introduction indeed. Highly recommended for fans of bands such as Sebadoh, Smashing Pumpkins and Pity Sex.

Pain Tolerance- Atlanta Straight Edge

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. Say Goodbye
2. Convince Yourself

2 songs off the bands forthcoming EP.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Review:The Coltranes-Cat Of Nine Tails


California punk/hardcore/noise stalwarts The Coltranes have been quite prolific since their inception in late 2009. Along the way, they have evolved into a truely menacing force within the punk scene, playing volatile and energetic live sets that turn the heads of anyone who see's them. I was lucky enough to witness the band in Tampa, Florida earlier this year when they jumped on a local show happening in the area while they were on tour, and after their live show I made it a point to seek out all of their material. Cat Of Nine Tails is the band's latest 4 song EP, and continues down their own unique path of destruction that's also coupled with the best recording of the band to date.

For those unfamiliar, The Coltranes play a very noise rock influenced form of hardcore punk that also happen to be built around some incredibly catchy guitarwork as well. Their sound recalls bands such as The Jesus Lizard, Pissed Jeans and Unsane while still adding their own unpredictable and unique spin on things. Cat Of  Nine Tails rips from from start to finish, and the recording is the best I've heard from any of the bands many releases to date, one that perfectly captures the raw intensity and energy of the band but still with an excellent level of clarity. These recordings also show the band in a more aggressive and intense form than ever before, matching the impressive feeling I got when I saw the band live earlier this year. It's a record that will hopefully turn more people onto the band, and I recommend anyone who is into uncompromising punk music checks this band out immediately. You can download most of their earlier material from their bandcamp ,and preorders for the physical version can be found below via SPHC records.

Preorder "Cat Of Nine Tails" via SPHC Records

Saturday, November 15, 2014

Mizery- Survive The Vibe

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. Burn
2. Forced Rebirth
3. Casualty Of Love
4. Survive The Vibe
5. Injustice 4 All
6. Last Wishes

Friday, November 14, 2014

Six Brew Bantha- Intravenously Commodified

Year: 2014
1. The Architect
2. Mass Surveillance
3. Intravenously Commodified
4. Shadow Banking
5. Anti-Music Part 2
6. Perception Asleep
7. Belligerent Apathy
8. Development
9. Trampled to Death
Download provided by the band. LP coming soon through To Live A Lie Records and SPHC Records, copies are now available through Dead Heroes Records.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Suicide Pact Music-Demo Cassette



4.Fatal Vein
6.Crutch (Crossed Out cover)

Suicide Pact Music are a new hardcore punk band from Broward, Florida who play raw powerviolence heavily influenced by bands such as Crossed Out, Infest and No Comment. There is even a killer Crossed Out cover that closes this out. Highly recommended for fans of the aforementioned bands.

Grudgeholder-I Got My Own Back



2.Hell In A Cell
3.I Got My Own Back
5.Face Everything And Rise

Grudgeholder are a new metallic hardcore band from Daytona, Florida featuring former members of many notable south florida bands including Dancefloor Tragedy,Meantime, We're Not Dead as well as current members of Bad Luck. These 5 songs remind me heavily of 90's era heavy hardcore in the best way possible,and come highly recommended for fans of bands such as 100 Demons, Death Threat and Until The End.

Monday, November 10, 2014

Thou- Through the Empires of Eternal Void

Year: 2009
Quality: 320kbps
1. Into The Void
2. Sweet Leaf
3. Lord Of This World
4. Black Sabbath
For those of you who dig Black Sabbath covers, this is the four song EP for you.

Saturday, November 8, 2014

Overlooked 2014 Releases You NEED To Check Out: Part 2

As promised, here's part two of the three part "Overlooked 2014 releases" series to close out the year.

With so many new albums being released in 2014 it's very easy to overlook great albums without even realizing it. To help change that, we will be closing out 2014 with a three part series (one per month) in which we'll be creating a list of 2014 releases we feel are extremely overlooked while being extremely enjoyable. Whether you feel these releases are overlooked or not is beside the point, main post of this series is for awesome releases to get checked out. Part One can be found here.

Left Astray "Don't Look At Me"
Released digitally in August of this year, "Don't Look At Me" continues the trend of Southern California's Left Astray putting out some of my favorite Hardcore music from the area. Personally feel this band is getting leaps and bounds better each release, but you can be the judge of that. "Don't Look At Me" will be seeing a proper vinyl release through Black Circle Press extremely soon.

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Kringe "Demo 2014"
Awesome new band hailing from Minneapolis, best way to describe it "pogo-y" punk you would normally find out of NYC ala Hank Wood & The Hammerheads. Highly encouraged to check out.


Vein "Self Titled"
One of the biggest surprises of 2014 thus far has been Vein's self titled EP. Absolutely phenomenal band from Western Massachusetts in vein (no pun intended) of Converge, Botch, and The Dillinger Escape Plan (with some Graf Orlock, in my opinion). Will be shocked if this band isn't huge by next year.

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Keeper "MMXIV"
Another big surprise coming out of California. CVLT Nation said it best "MMXIV, their first record, is so unrelentingly heavy it borders on the inexplicable. The band has taken a number of obvious cues for their chose sonic craft. Of course bands like Burning Witch, Grief, Noothgrush and Moloch can all be heard here in spades, their influences weave themselves in and out of each slow, misery-sodden riff and wretched, throat-gnawing vocal." 

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Afraid Of Life "Demo"
Texas is extremely known for pumping out its share of great Hardcore bands, so to see another new band added to the list is always a good sight. Afraid Of Life play Hardcore in vein of Chokehold, One King Down, and Snapcase. You may try and write them off due to "everyone and their mother playing in vein of 90's Hardcore/Metalcore right now" but I strongly suggest checking this release out. Two songs total and are an extremely great start for this new band. Very excited to see what 2015 and beyond holds for them.

The third and final installment of this series is slated to hit the site sometime in December (likely sometime between the 1st and 12th, don't hold me to that though). Keep an eye out and make sure to support the bands listed in these.

Friday, November 7, 2014

Choke Chain- Demo

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. Hell Is Other People
2. Ouroboros
3. Brother's Keeper
4. Innocence Defense feat. Mcbuttz
5. Parasite

The Crew- Demo

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. The Line
2. Your Loss
3. Won't Stand By
4. Here to Stay
5. F.I.R.E.


Blindside USA- Demo

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. Intro/Do You?
2. Mindrot 
3. Sick Ways
4. Drag
5. Your Disease

Kansas City Hardcore. Features members of Spine, Kicked In, and more.

Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Cold Rain-Demo 2014


1.The Line Is Drawn
4.Losing Control

Cold Rain are a new crusty hardcore/powerviolence band from South Florida. Highly recommended for fans of Left For Dead, Out Cold and Tear It Up.

Review: Full Of Hell-Full Of Hell/Merzbow


In the roughly year and a half since Full Of Hell released their second full length, 2013's excellent Rudiments Of Mutilation, and the band has certainly been busy:consistently touring all over the world,turning heads with their notoriously vicious live presence and building into a name now instantly recognized by a wide spectrum of extreme music fans from all sides of the fence. The band's lethal combination of raging powerviolence, grindcore, blackened death metal and harsh noise has been honed and sharpened to perfection as they have developed as a band, and they've emerged with a sound that can truely be claimed as wholly their own and one that makes them stand out among their like minded peers. Rudiments saw a massive amount of growth for the band 2011's Roots Of Earth Are Consuming My Home, and there is a similar growth in Full Of Hell/Merzbow, their third LP which proves to be their most ambitious and sonically devastating release to date.

As the title would suggest, Full Of Hell's new full length is also a collaboration record with the legendary and ridiculously prolific Japanese noise artist Merzbow. With a staggering amount of material and years of dedication to his craft, Merzbow is one of the most widely renowned and well known purveyors of noise, and his penchant for the genre paired with the band's  is a perfect match. Musically, the band is as heavy and volatile as ever, blasting out harrowing bursts of grind/powerviolence and occasionally slowing the pace to a slow and sludge ridden crawl, while vocally layering their assault with a mix of black and death metal esque vocals that coalesce into one of the most menacing and evil sounds I've ever heard a band of any genre achieve. Along with the faster more grindcore driven material, it's a real treat whenever the band decides to really slow things down, especially on "High Fells", a true standout on the album that brings to mind the crushing force of classic earlier Neurosis material such as Through Silver In Blood and Times Of Grace. The track shows the band continuing to evolve and reach into other extreme genres, leaving their own unique mark on them as they carry through. Another break in the pace comes earlier in the album in the midpoint track "Thrum In The Deep" which opens with a decidedly 90's era angular hardcore riff that brings to mind flashbacks of the hardcore punk fury the band displayed on their 2011 debut Roots Of Earth.

It's also important to note that the Full Of Hell/Merzbow collaboration is the band's first release for Profound Lore Records, and that the compact disc version of the record that comes out this November will come with a bonus disc "Sister Fawn" that is essentially a flip in the amount of contribution from each artist. While the main album is essentially a Full Of Hell record written around Merzbow's contribution, Sister Fawn is the opposite, with the band lending their talents to 5 songs crafted by the  Japanese noise legend himself. It's easily some of the most engaging Merzbow material I've heard in years, and something all fans of harsh noise will certainly want to hear as soon as possible. The two albums work very well together in succession, and are a clear indicator that Full Of Hell have come ever closer to fully envisioning the bleak sounds they first started crafting in their inception of a band. In fact, it's very rare to see a band evolve and progress this far in such a short amount of time. Full Of Hell/Merzbow is simply the band's heaviest, harshest and best written material to date, and by far one of the best extreme music albums of any genre to drop this year. It's an album that will continue to turn even more heads as extreme music fans from all corners will be able to appreciate the madness that is unfolding here. Another high watermark for one of extreme music's best current bands.

Preorder "Full Of Hell/Merzbow" via Profound Lore Records
Stream "Gordian Knot" and "Blue Litmus" via bandcamp

Friday, October 31, 2014

Casa de Diversion- Vol 5

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. Drown - Evolution of Depression
2. xRepentancex - Dominion's End
3. Detain - Throne Of Judgement
4. Wasted Blood - No God Country
5. Cursed Graves - Family Man
6. Go Deep - Palms
7. Enchant - Sealed Fate
8. Recluse - Repose
9. Streetsweeper - Your Own Right
10. Trenchfoot - The Catacombs
11. Primitive Blast - Suffer Confined
12. Drug Control - Enough Is Enough
13. Violence To Fade - Dehumanized
14. Hollow Earth - Swallowing Knives
15. Where My Bones Rest Easy - Brittle Home
16. Rat Path - Groundbreaker
17. I Against I - Circling The Drain
18. Colombian Necktie - Stockholm '73
19. Gatecreeper - Force Fed
20. Maniac - Cop/Incarcerate
21. Malice At The Palace - Allies
22. Funeral Chic - Good Fucking Riddance
23. Different Face - Egohead
24. Alone - Hollow Head

As promised, here is the newest installment of our CdD compilation series. Stream it directly on bandcamp, download the hell out of it, and share it around. 100% FREE. Artwork by Derek Setzer.

NY's Trenchfoot Signs to Glory Kid

Hudson Valley, NY’s Trenchfoot has signed to Glory Kid for their forthcoming full length entitled At the Mercy of Circumstance. They have been making quite a name for themselves in the past couple years with their debut EP entitled Endless Disgust on Frequency Deleted Records, and a split EP with label alumni Old Wounds via Melotov Records. Now we have the pleasure of helping them along with delivering a monster of a LP, At the Mercy of Circumstance. Recorded at Developing Nations with Kevin Bernsten and mixed by the one and only Kurt Ballou at Godcity Studios, this ten track terror-piece is going to drag the lake for all non believers. tentative release date is March, 2015.

Trenchfoot on GKL
Trenchfoot on Facebook
Trenchfoot on Bandcamp
Trenchfoot on Estore

Monday, October 27, 2014

Different Face- Demo

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. Different Face
2. Hardcore Godsend
3. Chainz
4. Egohead
New band out of the Northwest, features members of Safe And Sound.

Below- Demo

Year: 2013
Quality: VBR
1. Below
2. Ill Decisions
3. Altar of Mendacity
4. Ignavus Incarnate

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Public Suicide- Self Titled

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. No Pity
2. Ambitions Sequestered
3. Pseudoscience
4. Unruly Hate
5. Concealed
6. Public Suicide
D.C. absolutely killing it, featuring members of Coke Bust, Pure Disgust, and Protester).

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Hate Force- Demo 2

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. Police State
2. War Child
3. Bleeding Tears
Second demo from Hate Force! New band featuring members of Harm's Way, Weekend Nachos, and Like Rats.

Todd's War- Your Mistake (Demo)

Year: 2014
Quality: 320kbps
1. Denial
2. Over Your Influence
3. Signals Crossed