By Tom Springer Out to prove exactly why they deserve that 100K a show, metalcore money, Sharptooth have dropped their latest release Transitional Forms for us to digest. The album brings something different to the table than just straightforward metalcore with often tongue in cheek
Hell is a reflection of myself branded in the skin of those I love.
Ahvalen esen Clauneck kiar.
Let’s take a good look at you.
Words and photos by Ken Jobe (@booksofjobe) The first sign that hardcore band Gouge Away’s show in Wichita wasn’t going to be run of the mill—it was originally supposed to be at a church, so it was already somewhat atypical—was a Facebook notification twenty minutes
by Ken Jobe (@booksofjobe) In 2016, Florida’s Gouge Away released one of the year’s best (and perhaps most overlooked) hardcore albums with , Dies, a 13 song scorcher of a debut that spit sociopolitical fire and venom, and left listeners battered and bruised in its
by Ken Jobe (@booksofjobe) We Count So We Don’t Have to Listen, the opener to Birds in Row’s new album, starts with melodic, jangling guitar. That proves deceptive—a thirty second red herring, to lull you into a false sense of security before assaulting your ears