Pretty stoked on this one #comingsoon
Did you hear DJ Two Stacks re mix of Society’s Outcasts
Phil is a wise man we can all learn from him
Check out this Slayer cover from The Acacia Strain so sick.
R.I.P Jeff you will never be forgotten. Slayer is a big influence on Goliath and we know we would not be a band without this man.
Who hasn’t heard our cover of (SIC) yet?
Rough article. Though I didn’t realise that guy from Alexisonfire was in city and colour.
”Unless your name is Scott Vogel, lettuce be cereal: your time in hardcore is limited. For all the “true til death” and “HxC brotherhood” tattoos, the fact of the matter is that for most people hardcore is 2-3 year phase. I know that makes a lot of people angry, but I’m old enough to realize that hardcore as a semi-permanent lifestyle isn’t for everyone. Rather than get upset about it, I figured that I should help hardcore defectors with what can be a difficult, painful transition when you don’t have the aid of an experienced professional like myself.
As a 20+ year veteran of hardcore, I’ve seen the “growing out of hardcore” thing happen before my eyes literally hundreds of times. While everybody likes to think their story is unique, it’s not: the pathways in and out of hardcore are well established, and dropping out of hardcore is just a matter of picking which exit strategy works best for you– what kind of alternative identity do you want post-hardcore, and why?
If you are one of those people who learns best from an example, here are a few from hxc history, as illustrated on the chart above:
COLD CAVE, the JOY DIVISION knockoff band ft Wes from AMERICAN NIGHTMARE and I guess one of the guys from that incredibly annoying band BLOOD BROTHERS. I think he also did a joint with former skram kid STEVE AOKI (hashtag yellowrage)