An in-depth talk with Emile Mutsaers, about his band State Of Mind, him being a teacher, changes in the world and lots more.
Life As War delivers an album full of fury and passion that will blow you away if you like the brutal and the bleak.
GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS AND MAILORDER WEBSTORE UPDATE 11.09.2012 After hitting you with updates three weeks in a row last month, I figured it was time for a break so I’ve been laying low for a while. That, and the fact that I’ve been a bit under the weather for the past two weeks … things … Continue reading GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS / Webstore Update 11.09.12
Spawn, Repel fanzine & records, True Blue, Reaper Records. These names should ring a bell. They’re all linked to one person, Patrick Kitzel.
A chat with Staffan Snitting. Talking about life, his bands, straight edge, zines and euh… So You Think You Can Dance and Glee…
Pim had a chat with Ryan Young of Off With Their Heads.
Pim finally had a lenghty chat with René about World Collapse, True Blue, hardcore, life and ninja’s.
Only Living Witness, Miltown, Milligram and Raw Radar War. Or maybe you’ve heard his guest vocals on the “No Heroes” Converge record?
Raw, relentless and fast paced. If you want to hear what genuine hardcore sounds like, you should give Worshit a try.
GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS AND MAILORDER WEBSTORE UPDATE – 10.11.13 A short and sweet Grave Mistake Webstore update for Friday! First thing of course, we have two brand new releases out now! The COKE BUST “Confined” 12″ and the RED DONS “Notes on the Underground” 7″ are all in house and shipping right away! We still … Continue reading GRAVE MISTAKE RECORDS / Webstore Update 10.11.13
Rold had a chat with Donny of Midnight Souls, about how GTTM saw the light of day, about being a teacher and getting older.
Despite all the musical and lyrical darkness, The Psyke Project singer is actually a really nice guy.
Looking back on his time with Born From Pain, his youth and the future. A long conversation about his life.
Dennis had a chat with ESC Life about their new album Access all areas and their tour supporting Grant Hart.
Cincinnati crusts Coelacanth manage to make a record that is impossible to listen to, let alone enjoy and remains a sludgy sonic representation of a swamp. Nothing more…
Just when he thought it was safe… Doghead gets bombarded by yet another stream of metallic effluence.
An ambitious album that turns out just right, The Great Divide pulls it off!
Hoax. Dangerous, dark and raw.