Pick Your Side (ex Haymaker / Chokehold / Fuck The Facts) have announced a rare slew of tourdates for Europe in the fall.
Releasing their new LP ‘Let Me Show You How Democracy Works’ next month via A389 Recordings.
An interview with the Scandinavian new breed of hardcore. Guilty from Sweden and Upright & Foreseen from Finland.
When I heard the band recorded some songs before they split up in 1996 that were going to be released, I got pretty excited…
Nabbe the Bastard played in Insult, Skullhog, Bile, Hot ‘n Steamy Monkeylove and probably a bunch of other bands with even wilder names.
Jonas talked to Tarantino, a new Dutch band. ‘We don’t pretend to be hardcore tough guys, cause we’re not.’
I really loved Just Say Yo zine. Aside from that Nab’s a great dude. When I decided to take SWNK to the next level, Nab was one of the first I contacted.
Who played in a movie with Rutger Hauer, played Fluff Fest with his band and appeared on Dutch TV a bunch of times?
Looking back on his time with Born From Pain, his youth and the future. A long conversation about his life.
A lengthy talk with the man behind Not Just Words Records about politics, education, fireworks, hardcore. About life.
I almost forgot about this interview with the singer of Rise And Fall. It’s another one from the vault, another one originally intended for issue #2.
Second full length album for tireless Dutch NYHC favourites.
Chad Gilbert / New Found Glory side-project streaming new track “Complaining”. New EP coming on July 31st from Bridge Nine Records.
We don’t expect to get rich with Some Will Never Know, instead we’ve done nothing but invest time & money (development / hosting) into this project so far. Which is fine by us, we don’t plan to stop doing that. And we really appreciate all the feedback we’ve been getting so far. Gives us a … Continue reading Support
Hardcore. NYHC. 80’s. Artwork. First name that comes to mind? Sean Taggart right? Pim had a chat with him to see what he’s up to these days.
Looking back at the Pressure Release 2007 compilation – Part V – Dirty Money, Go For Broke, Straight A’s, Nitad & Goldust.
A chat with Staffan Snitting. Talking about life, his bands, straight edge, zines and euh… So You Think You Can Dance and Glee…
Passionate & energetic punk rock. Great melodies and vocal lines. Poppy, but with a raw edge. You’ll be singing along in no time.