post-hardcore

Interviews

Dominican Punks La Armada Dream of Hardcore without Borders

Stream the Santo Domingo-turned-Chicago thrashy hardcore band's fiery, bracingly political new album, 'Anti-Colonial Vol. 1.'
Beverly Bryan
3.28.18
Music

Turnstile Are Here to Save Hardcore, LMAO JK They Don’t Give a Shit

Vocalist Brandon Yates spills the details on how the band approached 'Time & Space,' why they signed to Roadrunner, and that Diplo collaboration everyone’s confused about.
David Anthony
2.22.18
New music

Glassjaw's First New Album in 15 Years Is Out Next Week

The band also shared a new single, "Shira." The long-awaited 'Material Control' is out December 1.
Alex Robert Ross
11.24.17
Premieres

Counterparts Comes to Terms with Change in New Song "Haunt Me"

A new song from the Hamilton post-hardcore group's new album.
Byron Yan
9.19.17
Premieres

You’d Have to Be a Supercomputer to Riff Better Than Gnarwhal

Stream these post-hardcore weirdos' adventurous new album, 'Crucial,' out May 12 via Exploding Sounds Records
Phil Witmer
5.5.17
New music

At the Drive-In Are Really Back with Raging New Song "Incurably Innocent"

Breathe deeply, a new album is finally coming in May.
Phil Witmer
2.22.17
Op-Eds

Somehow Skrillex Might Just Make Emo Great Again in 2017

Forget Lil Peep. If "emo" is making any sort of comeback this year, it's going to sound like From First to Last's "Make War".
Emma Garland
1.17.17
Holy Shit

Skrillex Reunites with From First to Last and Releases New Song, "Make War"

Hell of a way to celebrate your birthday, Sonny.
Alex Robert Ross
1.16.17
Holy Shit

At the Drive-In Are Back, Guitars Blazing, with New Song "Governed by Contagions"

An album is coming, the transmission is resumed.
Phil Witmer
12.8.16
Premieres

Safe to Say's New Album 'Down in the Dark' Is Change We Can Believe In

Safe to say this is good. We're not apologizing for this.
Byron Yan
7.18.16
Premieres

Wreck and Reference's Vision of the Future Channels Industrial Pop, Trap Beats, and Despair

Stream the new LP, 'Indifferent Rivers Romance End,' from these genre-bending nihilists.
Kim Kelly
7.15.16
Premieres

Dive into Atlanta Math Rockers Cinemechanica's Wild New Track, "Vietnamese Pool Party"

The band—now featuring Lazer/Wulf's Bryan Aiken—is guaranteed to snap your neck.
Kim Kelly
7.13.16
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