After reviewing their debut record, Rold still had some unanswered questions. He approached guitarplayer Jasper to answer them.
With Escapism Is A Dying Art, their debut record, the band seems ready to let the world know they’re not another one show wonder.
Accept The Change are breaking up. They’e playing their last show on September 17th.
Belgium’s up and coming Accept The Change announced that they’re joining Assault Records and their 12″ ‘Escapism Is A Dying Art’ will be released this fall.
An in-depth talk with Emile Mutsaers, about his band State Of Mind, him being a teacher, changes in the world and lots more.
Andy Norton of Praise talks about his former band Champion, his present band Praise and dealing with daily life and news.
A lengthy talk with the man behind Not Just Words Records about politics, education, fireworks, hardcore. About life.
Rold loved their demo, Henry said I needed to interview them. Who am I to argue? Meet El Camino Car Crash from Austria.
Russian punk band TARAKANY! presented an anti-war video for their new single “What can I change?”.
Belgium just keeps on being a breeding ground for some of the best European hardcore bands. A new generation is coming up and The Homeless are one of them.
Pim finally had a lenghty chat with René about World Collapse, True Blue, hardcore, life and ninja’s.
Pim and Dennis can’t seem to agree on Superheaven – Ours Is Chrome.
Singer Noam talks about the struggle of creating Repent. Repeat, the ideas behind the record, the new found urgency and the recording plans with Kurt Ballou.
Because of legal reasons Daylight is now called Superheaven.
You might know Patrick Delabie of Studio 195 from his work with Dead Stop, Restless Youth, Justice, True Colors and more.
SCREW HOUSTON | New name, new song, new video
Who played in a movie with Rutger Hauer, played Fluff Fest with his band and appeared on Dutch TV a bunch of times?
With the Revolution Continues double LP to to be released soon one of the most well known Dutch hardcore bands is back and still committed to communism.