New York's Show Me the Body drops a ferocious set of banjo-backed punk ragers that are equal parts explosive and unsettling.
Though there are some bright spots and risks that pay off, Turnstile's sophomore album mostly offers run-of-the-mill New York hardcore with a bit of window dressing.
For the most part, this self-titled debut from hardcore supergroup Dead Cross offers a good balance between the genre's original blueprint and some experimentation of their own.
Seasoned metalcore outfit Integrity emphasizes their metal side on the dark and diverse Howling, for the Nightmare Shall Consume.
Talking with my dude Myke C-Town about this new Iron Reagan album, the Virginian crossover thrash outfit's second outing for Relapse Records.
Ghoul returns with more tales from the heart of Creepsylvania on their latest record, Dungeon Bastards.
One of the most savage bands on the planet returns for a third album.
Norway's Kvelertak are back, and they're bringing together hard rock, black metal, and hardcore punk once again.