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What Records Best Capture the Last Decade of Hardcore?

An unofficial guide to newish hardcore for stubborn old fans.
Dan Ozzi
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Head Wound City Share Vicious New Video for "Born to Burn"

The track comes from the supergroup's album 'A New Wave of Violence.'
Noisey Staff

How to Survive as a Vegan on Tour in Middle America

From punk cafés to strip malls, Justin Pearson of Head Wound City gives us the rundown on how he and his bandmates manage to eat well—and vegan—everywhere from Fargo to Winnipeg. (Yep, Canada too.)
Justin Pearson

Head Wound City Is a Supergroup Aimed at Cracking Skulls Open

After a decade apart, members of Blood Brothers, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and The Locust are back with their debut LP 'A New Wave of Violence.'
Brian Shultz
The VICE Guide to Right Now

An Apple Employee Was Found Dead in a Conference Room

According to a local sheriff, there are no signs of foul play in the incident.
Mike Pearl
Holy Shit

Listen to Head Wound City's Ripping Cover of Ministry's "Just One Fix"

The only Record Store Day release you need.
John Hill

PREMIERE: Contemplate the Arrogance of Mankind with Head Wound City's 'Born to Burn'

Frontman Jordan Blilie talks the supergroup's new single and making hardcore in 2016.
Andrea Domanick
New music

Noisey Beats 1: The Legacy of Phife Dawg, and a Premiere from Supergroup Head Wound City

We'll be bringing you a set rounding Phife's career in A Tribe Called Quest and as a solo artist.
Noisey Staff
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance

Catch Behind-the-Scenes of Head Wound City's New Video "Scraper"

Even more from your favorite supergroup of Blood Brothers, Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and The Locust.
Alex Robert Ross
Holy Shit

Head Wound City Share the Video for "Scraper," Remain the Superest Supergroup

The latest from a side project by members of the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, The Locust, and The Blood Brothers.
Alex Robert Ross
Holy Shit

All Hail Head Wound City, the Band Comprised of Members of The Blood Brothers, The Locust, and Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Listen to "Scraper," the first song off their forthcoming album, 'A New Wave of Violence.'
Dan Ozzi

Nick Zinner Is Nailing 601 Photos to a Wall in LA This Weekend

The show is a collection of his favorite images from the past 20 years of traveling the globe with his pals and bandmates.
Benjamin Shapiro