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Silent Majority add BK Monarch with Indecision, Mind Over Matter, Milhouse & more

Silent Majority are back again for a show with a stacked Long Island-centric lineup.

What's Going on Sunday?

Sunday’s NYC-area shows include Metallica, Willie Nelson, Xylouris White, and more.

Chris Payne discusses his new emo explosion book, 'Where Are Your Boys Tonight?'

Writer and author Chris Payne joins us on the BrooklynVegan podcast to discuss his new oral history on the 2000s emo explosion, ‘Where Are Your Boys Tonight?,’ out now on Dey Street Books…

Watch Silent Majority reunite, pay tribute to Rich Jacovina, praise the new hardcore scene at LI VFW

”What you have right now is fucking dope, and don’t let any other old piece of shit tell you that your shit ain’t dope,” Tommy Corrigan said on stage. ”This kind of music is not for fucking old people and middle-aged people, it’s always about the youth and whatever the fucking young people are into.”

This Is Hardcore reveals full 2023 lineup (Deadguy, Bulldoze, End It, Pain of Truth & more added)

The lineup also includes Bane, Gorilla Biscuits, Integrity, Earth Crisis, Silent Majority, Prayer for Cleansing, Vein, Bitter End, Death Threat, and much more…

Silent Majority guitarist Rich Jacovina has passed away

Silent Majority, Kill Your Idols, On the Might of Princes, Deathcycle, and others have paid tribute to the pioneering Long Island hardcore musician…

This Is Hardcore 2023 initial lineup: Bane, Gorilla Biscuits, Silent Majority, Prayer For Cleansing & more

The Philly fest includes rare reunion sets from Bane, Silent Majority, Prayer For Cleansing, and more, one of Speed’s first US shows, Integrity, Earth Crisis, Mindforce, and more…

Silent Majority add all ages matinee at a Long Island VFW hall with Stand Still & more

Silent Majority can’t reunite without playing Long Island, right? Right!

Silent Majority announce Brooklyn show, first in 7 years

Long Island hardcore vets and emo pioneers Silent Majority are coming out of hibernation again!

Silent Majority's 'Life of a Spectator' turns 25; members of TBS, Glassjaw, Movielife & more reflect

‘Life of a Spectator’ is often considered THE Long Island Hardcore album and the 2000s emo boom never would’ve happened without it. Members of Taking Back Sunday, Glassjaw, The Movielife, Bayside, Crime In Stereo, Koyo, and more reflect on it alongside this long-awaited vinyl reissue…

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