Get a Fucking Earful of Fucked And Bound's Vicious Feminist Hardcore
Stream 'Suffrage,' the furious, nihilistic debut from this Seattle hardcore unit (featuring members of He Whose Ox is Gored).
Noisey Presents: Turnstile's 'Time & Space' Tour with Touché Amoré, Culture Abuse, and Razor Bumps
We have a pre-sale code for you and, oh yeah, there's a new Turnstile song called "I Don't Wanna Be Blind."
Clear a Path, Motherfuckers, Primal Rite Is Here
Power Trip's Riley Gale talks to vocalist Lucy Xavier about her band's hardcore ethics, the fluidity of gender, and the wisdom of Bruce Lee.
Indian Political Punks False Flag's New EP Is No Joke
With influences like His Hero Is Gone and Oathbreaker, these young Pune radicals have hit upon something special on their self-titled debut.
Calligram's Blackened Hardcore Goes Straight for the Jugular
Stream 'Askesis,' the thrilling new LP from this promising new UK outfit—out November 24 via Basick Records.
Kohti Tuhoa Is a Crucial New Voice in Finnish Hardcore
Stream the rising Helsinki punks' killer new album and read an interview with guitarist Ville Valavuo on black metal, health care, and how to get a record deal.
Hüsker Dü's Long Lost 1982 Master Tape Is Now Available
Following the death of drummer Grant Hart, the songs are now digitally available.
Photos From the Frontlines of the Netherlands' Hardest Rock Festival
Netherlands' Last Night On Earth Fest was a mess of sweat, boxing, and smoke.
Sander van Dalsum
Grant Hart, Hüsker Dü Drummer and Songwriter, Dies at 56
The news was confirmed by his bandmate, Bob Mould, Thursday morning.
Alex Robert Ross
On Architects and How Hardcore Can Temper Grief
The band's first song after the death of co-founder Tom Searle, “Doomsday” is an ode to the tangle of emotions when grieving.
Integrity Shares the Fierce Video for "Burning Beneath the Devil's Cross"
Vocalist Dwid Hellion tells us about the hardcore band's new record, 'Howling... For The Nightmare Shall Consume,' for which the group took inspiration from Francis Bacon.
'Live at the Safari Club' Is a Starry-Eyed Look Back at D.C.'s Wild Punk Past
Shawna Kenney and Rich Dolinger's new book tells the story of two teenage girls who started a DIY venue and changed the D.C. hardcore scene forever.
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