Two of our all-time favorite bands, Dropdead and Converge, have just released a little blip about at Deathwish as to what we can expect from their forthcoming split 7″, due out in June 2011.
Posts Tagged ‘Grind’
We are incredibly stoked to have caught up with vocalist Chris of Despise You and infamous J. Randall, of Agoraphobic Nosebleed for exclusive Interview, as the two vocalists share the inside scoop on the new record, recording process, lyrical content, scene talk, and much much more!
Drain the Sky and River City No Comply played Philly on April 19 as part of their East Coast Tour with Philly d-beat noise punks Nightfall and grind duo My Nation Underground supporting. BTS was there to capture the show in pictures.
April is looking like one of the all-time best for Cali’s Tankcrimes label so we had to get in a quick word in with Tankcrimes’ main man, Scotty Heath, for the inside scoop on what’s about to drop. Get stoked!
Dying Fetus are getting a serious lift from Relapse Records in 2011 with 4 deluxe reissues of the band’s classic material before releasing a brand new full-length this fall as they leave for Bonecrusher Tour in Europe tomorrow.
Noisear Interview Exclusive with Drummer Bryan Fajardo and long-time Guitarist Dorian Rainwater as the band is poised to drop their Highly Anticipated 30-track Full-length Album on Relapse Records Feb 1!
New Mexico’s favorite grinding sons, Noisear are dropping their highly anticipated Relapse Records debut, Subvert the Dominant Paradigm, which features 30 new blistering tracks available February 1, 2011. Check out the BTS Review and Streaming Track “Global Warning”
NYC’s legendary grindcore outfit, Brutal Truth have just announced a series of Southern U.S. tour dates and a string of shows in Southern Cali in January.
Murder Construct have just dropped their debut EP on Relapse Records. Find out how this amalgamation of artists from bands such as Cattle Decapitation, Exhumed, Impaled, Bad Acid Trip, and Phobia fare in this highly anticipated release.
The US’s biggest metal party, THE MARYLAND DEATHFEST returns in 2011, May 26 through May 29, with some of the most influential bands in extreme music. We’re talking reunions, rare appearances, special sets, once-in-a-lifetime performances. Nothing unusual for MDF. We at Blow The Scene have compiled a full list of links for every band performing at MARYLAND DEATHFEST IX for your surfing pleasure as the official roster is now public.
New Exclusive Interview with Phobia’s Shane “The Pain” Mclachlan as band drops new EP Unrelenting on Relapse Nov 23rd! We’re running a special contest with Relapse, read the full interview to win your free copy of Unrelenting!
Legendary UK death metal act, Napalm Death, now with over 27 years active in the extreme music world, have just…Read More
New Jersey’s own prog-metal, jazz-influenced, mathy-grind practitioners Dillinger Escape Plan were recently featured on BBC’s Rock Show with Daniel P…Read More
Phobia have long reigned as a patriarch of the American grind scene with over 20 years of proliferation that began with 7″ releases at Relapse Records when the now indie-Goliath was still in its infancy and functioning out of a basement. Find out how their forthcoming EP, Unrelenting measures up in this new review.
Texas’s Grindcore up-and-comers, Kill The Client are releasing their Relapse Records debut, Set For Extinction on Oct 26, 2010. Get the inside scoop in this review by Blow The Scene’s Joshua Cohen.
LA’s Legendary Native American Crust Punk outfit, Resistant Culture is embarking on a special month-long, full US tour entitled Sacred…Read More
Trap Them singer Ryan McKenney gives BTS readers a no-nonsense look into the band’s current influences, recording processes, upcoming tour plans, and offers additional thoughts on his epic blog post heard round the music world, and lots more in this full-feature interview.
Los Angeles concertgoers will be treated to a free, all ages live performance showcase on August 8th featuring a wide…Read More
18 years deep in the shred game, Cephalic Carnage’s music is still exciting, challenging, and most importantly, fun. “Why?” “How?” You ask? Check out this new review of Misled By Certainty coming out on Relapse Records Aug 31.