5 Hardcore Albums That Defined Each Era, According to Axe to Grind

Axe To Grind break down each half-decade of hardcore with five albums that defined and best represented the era.

Magnitude announce 'Of Days Renewed,' share title track (exclusive splatter vinyl)

We’ve got an exclusive splatter vinyl variant of North Carolina straightedge band Magnitude’s just-announced sophomore album.

Blacklisted announce Philly reunion shows with Unbroken

Boundary-pushing Philly hardcore band Blacklisted broke up in 2018, but now they’re back!

Unbroken reuniting for Indecision Records' 30th anniversary fest

The fest also includes The Suicide File, Undertow, Skullcrack, Strife, Over My Dead Body, Power Alone, and more…

'90s NJ/NY video of Converge, Samiam, Unbroken, Portraits of Past, Christie Front Drive & more unearthed (watch!)

Lots of live footage captured by the late Tim Morris, a Red Bank, NJ resident who was a fixture of the scene that put on shows at his own house and taped lots of shows, has made its way online.

15 '90s metalcore albums that still resonate today

From much-missed bands like Deadguy, Unbroken, and Turmoil to lifers like Integrity, Ringworm, and Converge, here are 15 ’90s metalcore albums that still hold up and sound relevant today.

BBG's Guide to Chaos in Tejas 2011

Tragedy fan at Europa (more by Konstantin Sergeyev)

No rest for the wicked. After a grueling weekend of heavy music at Maryland Deathfest (pictures of day 1 HERE, day two HERE, day three HERE, and day four HERE), I am looking forward to a mix of punk, hardcore, metal, crust, d-beat, and indie at Chaos in Tejas in Austin this week…

Unbroken, Jesuit, Indecision, Damnation AD, Unrestrained, and Psychic Limb tore down Santos Party House (pics)

“Last time we were in New York was in 1993 and we were supposed to play ABC No Rio. We got there and were told the show was cancelled” – Rob Moran of Unbroken


Santos was definitely not cancelled, and was packed to the brim with Unbroken fans on Saturday 4/9, as the band played one of two remaining gigs left on their schedule (the other being Chaos in Tejas)…

Jesuit opening for Unbroken, Acid Tiger for Thursday

Indecision at Knitting Factory (more by Meghan McInnis)

The previously announced Unbroken show taking place at Santos Party House in April will also host a pair of other notable bands…

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