Bad Brains were a pioneering hardcore punk band formed in 1977, whose incorporation of reggae and funk distinguished them from other contemporary punk performances. Roxanna Zoughi tells us about their historical legacy.
Dear Frank Carter, What happened to you? I remember back in 2009 when your band Gallows released one of my favourite hardcore albums of all time, Grey Britain. I remember listening to it on repeat […]
With a name like that, Fucked Up have a lot to live up to. On recent albums they’ve departed from their hardcore roots in pursuit of arena-sized guitar harmonies and grand concepts, but tonight they […]
On the 30th October, Brudenell Social Club was the busiest I had ever seen it. Swarms of fans had congregated to see Basement play one of only three UK dates on their 2014 tour, after […]
Code Orange I Am King With the puerile suffix of ‘Kids’ scrapped from their name, and with an average age that finally exceeds the teens, it could be inferred that Pittsburgh punks Code Orange are […]
I thought the urban myth that you become less hardcore after Fresherdom was just that, a falsehood, but apparently not. After just three nights of going out in a row, my whole household felt like […]