The solo project from Converge frontman Jacob Bannon is a fully realized band now, and they played a bunch of material from their upcoming record, Rust On The Gates Of Heaven.
New York hardcore band BACKTRACK are calling it a day. After eleven years as a band, having toured most of the planet several times over with countless bands, and having released a long line of releases through a plethora of notable labels, the band members have decided to go their separate ways on good terms.
Torche have returned with their first album in nearly 5 years and debuted a new single.
Killswitch Engage and Clutch have announced a co-headline tour for this summer.
With the June 7 release of their Final Transmission LP rapidly approaching, Cave In has released yet another glimpse of the future’s promise.
Philadelphia's FIXATION just dropped a new record called "Into The Pain" on WAR Records. Matthew Green handles vocals for the band and came on the podcast to talk about the band, record, and growing up into hardcore punk. Check it out here on Stereokiller or download wherever you get your podcasts!
I don't like going to shows anymore.
Converge frontman Jacob Bannon's other project has announced their new album, Rust on the Gates of Heaven
Closed Casket Activities has added Vamachara to its roster.
t's the first Friday episode of GETTING IT OUT PODCAST! That doesn't really matter, but it's true and from now on each episode will drop on Friday. Anyway, Alex Estrada of SILVER SNAKES drops by on this one. They talked about the band and their new album "Death and the Moon" as well as his personal and family history in music. Check it out right here on Stereokiller, or download it wherever you get your podcasts!
The band is commemorating the 15th Anniversary of Ashes Of The Wake with a new vinyl pressing featuring 4 bonus tracks.
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There's a buttload going on in this episode! First, Ryan Lockhart of FUNERAL CHIC came on to talk about Florida shit and the bands upcoming West coast tour with Integrity. If that wasn't enough, Mike On Ice is back to talk about "butter clothes." What more could you possibly want?