After a full length Finnish Death Metal Hardcore crossover is back with a split EP with Cross to Bear. Both bands nail it with two agressive groovy tracks.
Anyone who still has doubts if Polar Bear Club is one of the better post-hardcore/punk whatever bands out there should check out opener ‘Pawner’.
A 9-song acoustic live collection from their hometown show last July at the Montage Theater.
Polar Bear Club’s – Live At The Montage will be available July 31st from B9, you can check out the track “Burned Out In A Jar” streaming now
Joining the punk rock summer camp in 2012, along with Every Time I Die, Bayside, Memphis May Fire and many others.
Shot in Spring/Summer of 2012 by director Rob Soucy and features a abstract storyline along with live performance footage of the band as well.
Shot by director Ryan Mackfall it captures the lives and the energy of the band and crowd from the UK shows with Rise Against.
This 8 song record, written and recorded by former Nakatomi Plaza frontman Oscar Albis Rodriguez, takes listeners on a trip while not straying to far from a familiar indie-punk sound.
New stuff ready to go: – Razorblade – Days of Glory (Rebellion Records) – digital copy – Deadpool? – The Manics – Please panic, it’s… (Rebellion Records) – digital copy – Deadpool? – Ten Beers After – Bootboy Rock N Roll (Rebellion Records) – digital copy – Deadpool? – BloodRedSky – A Cross To Bear … Continue reading Reply To: Reviews – Any takers?
Polar Bear Club releasing new LP (“Death Chorus”) and doing Fall Fall Tour with Taking Back Sunday.
Jimmy Stadt from Polar Bear Club talks about the latest record, acting, Snapcase and coming to Europe.
Iron Cross zag het levenslicht in 1980, en maakte deel uit van de hardcore-punk scene in Washington D.C. Hun wat langzamere en melodischer stijl zorgde voor de bijnaam “Amerika’s eerste Oi! Band”. In 1982 stonden ze op de vooraanstaande “Flex Your Head” compilatie met onder andere Minor Threat, Government Issue en S.O.A. Later dat jaar … Continue reading Iron Cross live @ The Rambler Eindhoven
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CROSS DIVISION First EP Feat Ex singer of Thrashington DC/grayhound – between 77uk punk, USHC 80’s and swedish revival, and it come from Nice, in south of France you can buy it there : http://www.crapoulet.fr/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=3458 some tracks in streaming here : http://crapouletrecords.bandcamp.com/album/va-crapoulet-omnibus [img]http://www.crapoulet.fr/catalog/images/crossdivisionpochette01web.png[/img] http://crapoulet.fr/ http://crapoulet.fr/catalog thanxxx!
Hello SWNK I’m searching for bands that like to cross boundaries. What I mean with that is: some fucked up rythms, not the cliché breakdowns, riffs you don’t hear everyday… I think you guys get the picture: bands with their own style that’s not done a dozen times before… Some examples of bands I know … Continue reading Bands that cross boundaries
If you’re into that noisy chaos stuff: Dillinger Escape Plan, Malkovich, Daughters. Been blown away by Dillinger Escape Plan live once, but can’t listen to that stuff on record. And you might want to check out the ‘cross-over’ genre 😉
[quote=Pim]If you’re into that noisy chaos stuff: Dillinger Escape Plan, Malkovich, Daughters. Been blown away by Dillinger Escape Plan live once, but can’t listen to that stuff on record. And you might want to check out the ‘cross-over’ genre ;)[/quote] I love Dillinger Escape Plan. On Groezrock this year, it was clear they’re still way … Continue reading Reply To: Bands that cross boundaries