The latest big New Jersey emo act in a long and rich musical legacy comes in the form of Save Face, who have recently reached British shores as supports for Creeper. Their live performances are simply incendiary, exploding with movement, character, and a frantic energy that only comes with a band who lives and breathes their craft.
Reception has been wildly positive in the UK, with people already clamouring for the band’s return. How long that might ... read more
Mathcore revolutionaries The Callous Daoboys have been a hot topic in the metal scene for quite some time now. Following their utterly riotous sophomore effort ‘Celebrity Therapist’, the band have exploded in popularity, seeing them truly beginning to break out of the USA. It’s ... read more
Certainly, the raw aggression of powerviolence and adjacent genres has a certain catharsis, and Cainhurst captures that perfectly on tracks such as the ‘What You Let Get Too Close’, a track that rips by with thunderous fury in under two minutes.
Things really shine, however, when the band truly weave in ... read more
Earlier this year, indie outfit Wednesday released what has gone on to become a cult favourite alternative album in the form of 'Rat Saw God'. An abrasive and enigmatic look at life in southern state suberbia and small town melancholy, the tracks here are presented with a distinct and unique blend of folk, country, indie, shoegaze, and noise, culminating in a project that feels deeply nostalgic, yet wholly ... read more
What’s there to say that hasn’t already been said? It’s frantic, it’s abrasive, it’s wildly experimental. It’s a little overwhelming at times, and a little repetitive at others, but when it shines like on the closing track ‘Hacker’, it’s clear to see just why it’s so adored.