White Widows

Earth Crisis celebrates 20th anniversary of 'Firestorm' EP on select tour dates (NYC this weekend)

Despite what you may think of latter Earth Crisis (personally not a fan), their first EP Firestorm is a classic of its time. The iconic title track, opening with its unforgettable “chug-chug” open string rhythm, set the tone for so many bands to come, reshaping much of the hardcore landscape in its time…

Black Breath played Knitting Factory with Mutilation Rites and White Widows (pics, video)

After a Friday appearance at New England Metal and Hardcore Fest on Friday (4/19), OSDM/hardcore fiends Black Breath and Brooklyn black-metal punks Mutilation Rites teamed with Brooklyn’s White Widows to play a pair of dates on the East Coast, including Saturday’s stop at Knitting Factory on April 20

White Widows welcome debut LP, play Acheron with Heartless

White Widows at Saint Vitus, November 2012 (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)

Members of Goes Cube, The Destro, Grudges, and Primitive Weapons have united to form White Widows, a young Brooklyn band ready to prove themself with their debut LP via Sacrement Music…

Evilive (New York's Alright, Heartless, Cult of Luna, and more)

Dawn of Humans at 285 Kent (more by Lukas Hodge)

The previously discussed punk fest New York’s Alright has announced its line-ups for the weekend fest…

Nails, Xibalba & Early Graves on tour in Northeast, including NYC at Saint Vitus (dates)

Nails, who recently dropped a new track from their forthcoming LP Abandon All Life at Pitchfork, will hit the road as part of an Invisible Oranges-sponsored trek in late April…

Eyehategod played Saint Vitus again, with Villains, Mortals and White Widows (pics, setlist)

Eyehategod completed their two-night stay at Saint Vitus last night (11/28) tagging support from Villains, Mortals and new band White Widows

Eyehategod are here, play Saint Vitus tonight and tomorrow (win tickets)

With a tour down under officially behind them, Eyehategod are here and ready to take on Saint Vitus tonight (11/27) and tomorrow (11/28). The shows are a rare look into the band’s highly elusive new material (some of which recently surfaced via A389) and will feature different sets each night, with support for tonight coming from Magrudergrind, Cleanteeth and The Communion and tomorrow featuring Villains, Mortals and White Widows (mems Primitive Weapons, Grudges, Goes Cube)…