Friday, October 16, 2015

No Funeral - Introvert

No Funeral cover art

We've been slacking real fuckin hard on posting on the blog recently but a lot of that is due to the time that we've been spending writing and recording this EP.  Check it out if you're into metallic hardcore or being depressed.

1. Pity
2. Shallow
3. Aware And Awake
4. Sleep
5. Interlude
6. Guilt
7. Descent
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Monday, July 6, 2015

Tragedy Will Find Us - Counterparts


We haven't posted in awhile because it's summer, we play in a band, and I prefer being outside to sitting on my computer, but new Counterparts just leaked.  I'm just now listening to it for the first time but I've been anticipating this album for a long time now and I'm sure a lot of other people have too.  Here it is for all of the sad boi party people.

1. Stillborn
2. Thread
3. Resonate
4. Stranger
5. Burn
6. Tragedy
7. Withdrawl
8. Choke
9. Collapse
10. Drown
11. Solace

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Monday, May 11, 2015

Jaded Love - The Beautiful Ones

The Beautiful Ones - Jaded Love

I had never listened to The Beautiful Ones until today.  They're a band that I hear about constantly and know that I should check out but am always too lazy to do it.  I was driving with a friend today and he put this album on and it rips.  Great flows and a ridiculous guitar tone.  I was literally smiling through the entire third song just because I was so into the sound of the band.  This is a great jam for any fan of hardcore that is looking for more than beatdown riffs and pissed off lyrics.  I'll definitely be jamming it for awhile and I'm hoping everyone else will too.

1. Jaded
2. Preface (Take It All Away)
3. Exhale (Room 312)
4. Transcend
5. The Morning
6. Flowercrown
7. Lovers Stomp
8. Bloom & Destroy
9. Stay
10. Heart In A Jar
11. Nothing. Existing. Missing

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The Story So Far - The Story So Far

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I only had time to listen to this once but I know that people will be looking everywhere for this one for awhile.  I don't listen to a large amount of pop punk anymore but The Story So Far is a pop punk band that I find myself going back to occasionally.  I loved their first two albums and even though I got burnt out on how they are suddenly everyone's favorite band and how they're the go to band of every tumblr kid ever, I found myself really hoping that this would be a good album and I honestly was really looking forward to this coming out.  After listening to all of the singles and then listening through the album once I think that it is probably going to hold up for all of their fans.  It seems like they realized that what they have done for their past two albums will sell records and do well for them so they didn't really look to change anything up.  I personally was hoping to see more of a hardcore influence in this album knowing that they have toured with a few hardcore bands over the past few years and after seeing TSSF's vocalist come out with a hardcore side project but I was definitely very wrong.  I remember them saying in an interview that they would never play Clairvoyant live because their live shows are energetic and after hearing this album I hope that it stays that way.  There are a few pretty soft songs on this album and I hope that they don't try to just start appealing to the tumblr girls that are getting their parents to buy them merch.  But it's a good album overall and worth checking out.  And if you're a big pop punk fan then definitely listen to it because I'm sure your pants are already filled with cum at the thought of new songs from them.

1. Smile
2. Heavy Gloom
3. Distaste
4. Solo
5. Mock
6. How You Are
7. Nerve
8. Phantom
9. Scowl
10. Stalemate

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Blurryface - Twenty One Pilots

I've been busy with finals recently so I'm about to upload everything that I've been listening to recently.

I've been anticipating this album pretty highly and it just leaked the other day.  I wasn't a fan of these guys at all until seeing them at a festival last summer.  After I checked them out I was pretty impressed that it was pop music that wasn't about partying and calling girls bitches.  After listening to a few albums I realized that this guy is actually pretty fucked up.  Some of the songs sound really poppy on the top layer but the second you start dissecting the lyrics you realize that this shit is a little fucked up.  And personally, I appreciate that.  This album has a few songs that are bangers.  Stressed Out was immediately one of my favorite songs to be released this year.  With that being said, some songs on this album are pretty damn terrible.  I really hate Fairly Local and Doubt.  Those songs just sound like they're trying to break into the mainstream.  Twenty One Pilots has seen a lot of success recently and I have a feeling that this album could help them break further into the mainstream but I think that a few of these songs will really turn off some of their old fans.  Overall I think this is a good album.  Definitely poppier than I would like, but I'm sure it'll still get some plays from me and I'm still going to try to catch them on their next tour to see what kind of crowd they're trying to appeal to. 

1. Heavydirtysoul
2. Stressed Out
3. Ride
4. Fairly Local
5. Tear In My Heart
6. Lane Boy
7. The Judge
8. Doubt
9. Polarize
10. We Don't Believe What's On TV
11. Message Man
12. Hometown
13. Not Today
14. Goner

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Sunday, April 12, 2015

Cherry Bomb - Tyler The Creator

This literally just leaked.  Hopefully it holds up to the recent good rap albums.

1. Deathcamp
2. Buffalo
3. Pilot
4. Run
5. Find Your Wings
6. Cherry Bomb
7. Blowmyload
8. 2Seater
9. The Brownstains
10. Fucking Young
11. Smuckers
12. Keep Da O's
13. Okaga, CA

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Sewage- Purge

I tried to come up with a witty metaphor that captures the extreme intensity of Purge’s latest five song effort, “Sewage”, but there is no possible way to understand the almost laughable brutality without listening to it first. The breakneck pace, bone-crushing vocals, and unflinchingly aggressive beatdown riffs make this a truly impressive release and one of my favorite powerviolence albums I’ve had the pleasure of listening too. Pleasure might be the wrong word, however, as the negativity that seethes within every song on “Sewage” is palpable and the enjoyment comes mostly from the adrenaline rushes that overwhelm the listener with every explosion of blast beats and half time breakdown.

Purge wastes no time on “Sewage”, delivering crushing riffs and irresistible grooves on the opening track, More Wolf than Thee. The track blazes into my favorite track, Piss on the Marble, leaving absolutely no respite. The furious blast beats and impressive guitar work in the first half of the song hardly prepare the listener for the final 15 seconds. I cannot put into words how heavy this outro riff is, but no matter how many times I listen to it, it always causes involuntary bedroom/car moshing. Just absolutely fucking brutal. The third track, Backyard Wrestling, could not have been more aptly named. Opening again with robotically accurate blast beats, the song follows the same familiar structure of the two opening songs, before devolving again into a breakdown. This does become a little tiresome, considering that the fourth song, Chemo, also follows this pattern, but Purge manages to avoid suffering from this error too much because of the writing quality and impressive drumming. The final track, Leper, is by far the longest song on the EP, and is the only song to break from the blast-beats-into-breakdown formula so successfully wielded on the other for tracks. The guitar only opening riff creates a haunting atmosphere quickly broken by another down-tempo breakdown. Fortunately, the song recovers, building into a more melodic blast beat passage before slowing back down into one of the cooler, and calmer, riffs on the album.

All in all, “Sewage” is an impressive release from a young band. Pittsburgh has become a breeding ground for original and heavy hardcore and Purge is one of the most exciting bands to emerge from the scene thus far. Pick up this EP and their earlier ones and keep an eye out for any shows in your area, because we all know listening to these songs live will cause some casualties.


  1. More Wolf than Thee
  2. Piss on the Marble
  3. Backyard Wrestling
  4. Chemo
  5. Leper