|Awesome Albums I've Been Jamming To|
Some cool albums, some lesser known, some pretty well known (at least on this site). Check 'em out if you don't know 'em! Also, recs would be good too.
Virtually unknown band, just released a great EP this year. Sounds a bit like your cookie-cutter indie band, with similar bass lines and vocals, except it's done well, and mixed in with some hardcore moments and math-ish guitar - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBKwVI8gHRw
Great band, described at Holy Roar as "Think of bands such as Saetia, City of Caterpillar, Orchid and Jeromes Dream and you are close, but this has infinitely more appeal." Pretty groovy tracks from what I heard, needs some more love.
|3||Hang The Bastard|
Found them by accident searching for Man Is The Bastard because I couldn't remember the name... It's like Down with a hardcore vocalist. Pretty awesome, though I can't help but feel the guitars are a bit too much like Down at times.
|5||Coilguns And Kunz|
Coilguns And Kunz
I'm whoring my review for this. Seriously though, it's for fans of The Ocean, DEP, Converge, Jesuit, hardcore, etc. There's even a Mediafire link in the comments. Just click it.
|6||This Is Your Captain Speaking|
Post-rock with intricate melodies and awesome guitar work. Rules hard.
|7|| ||Agoraphobic Nosebleed/Despise You|
And On And On. . .
Ass kicking, face stomping powerviolence with some great (as usual) songs from ANB. Despise You steals the show on this EP, totally worth checking out.
The kings of grind continue the assault. 'Nuff said.
Being reissued on vinyl on Southern Lord. 2,000 available. Get yours.
Get it just for that album cover. Plus, members of Botch and DEP means it has to be pretty good.
Good EP. If you're a fan of their other stuff, may as well give it a listen.
Something about this wasn't that great, but it also some pretty killer moments. It's not anything at all like Thorr's Hammer, still cool though. Check it out if you want some strange, noise-y, female vocalist music.
Tuning to G# before it was trendy. Also being re-issued on vinyl. Sweet.
Don't know how to describe this, other than it's awesome.