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Although hardcore is often considered a more simplistic style of aggressive music, bands have broken that mold by breeding offshoot subgenres with unique approaches. As the ’90s metallic hardcore movement developed, many took a more technical approach and began experimenting with every piece of their sound, leading to the entire mathcore movement. Like the songs themselves, […]

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Way the hell back in 1993, Napalm Death’s Shane Embury teamed up with Sick Of It All’s Lou Koller to form an industrial-influenced side project called Blood From The Soul, and they released one album, the excellently titled To Spite The Gland That Breeds. Now, 27 years later, Embury is bringing back Blood From The…

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27 years ago, Shane Embury started a new band. Embury, the longtime bassist of extreme metal legends Napalm Death, formed Blood From The Soul, a one-off side project with Lou Koller, frontman of New York hardcore legends Sick Of It All. Together, they made To Spite The Gland That Breeds, an album that didn’t really…

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A couple of weeks ago, Jacob Bannon, longtime frontman of Boston hardcore gods Converge, announced the existence of his new band Umbra Vitae. The group features members of bands like the Red Chord and Twitching Tongues, including a couple of guys who also play in Bannon’s gothed-out side project Wear Your Wounds. With Umbra Vitae, […]