The problem with most bands that try and play hardcore is that they listen to hardcore. Think about it: in the Reagan years, punk kids appeared out of nowhere and essentially made something out of nothing. With no hardcore bands to influence them, what
Death metal is back. Where the fuck did it go? "It never went anywhere," shrugs Hate Eternal's Jared Anderson. "It's angry music, and it belongs where it is. This way it stays pure. Purity is very important."