Tag Archives: post-hardcore

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The Sleeping – The Big Deep Album Review

The Sleeping has been around for a hot minute now, and their presence has been largely welcomed, particularly since they a part of the crop of Long Island bands like Bayside and I am The Avalanche who have been crafting haunting pop-punk records through the years. For their latest release on Victory Records, The Sleeping...Read...
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Circa Survive – Get Out Music Video

“Get Out,” the first video from Circa Survive’s third album, BLUE SKY NOISE, debuted today. It’s a live/studio clip, so it’s not as conceptual as their past videos, but the song is raucous enough to continue to whet the appetites of audience as they all wait until April 20th, when BLUE SKY NOISE is released...Read...
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Past Lives – Tapestry Of Webs Album Review

Whether you hated them or loved them, in the early 00’s, The Blood Brothers were THE It Band of the hardcore scene. Wild, uncontrollable, unpredictable, and highly intelligent, the band quickly amassed a devoted following, praised by the die-hard fans for their originality and irreverent approach to punk rock, all the while attracting hordes of...Read...
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Nakatomi Plaza – Ghosts Album Review

The appropriately-titled Ghosts is the final album from long-running Drive Like Jehu-inspired outfit, Nakatomi Plaza. Surprisingly, it starts off on a far more melodic note than on their previous release, Unsettled. With tunes like “Artificial Light” and “Requiem,” the NP are going for more a straightforward punk sound, as opposed to that of the records...Read...
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Thrice – Beggars Album Review

I find that Thrice is one of the few bands that people from across all walks of life can generally agree on. Though the band began their recorded career as a mishmash of tech metal leads and screamo-esque leanings, they have explored the larger spectrum of creativity, oftentimes citing Radiohead as a major influence for...Read...
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These Arms Are Snakes Live Show Review

It’s official: These Arms Are Snakes’ frontman Steve Snere is my favorite frontman. Simultaneously goofy and raw, Snere is the kind of guy you might think would run out of signature moves — he has so many, after all — but on this evening in Washington, D.C., far away from where I usually catch them...Read...
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