the shape of punk
With 'Until Your Heart Stops,' Cave In Penned Metalcore’s Most Important Text
Twenty years ago, the seminal Boston hardcore act set a high bar with their debut album, inspiring both their respected peers and an endless line of lesser copycats.
The Locust's Bugged-Out Debut Made Hardcore Way Weirder
Twenty years ago, the noisy San Diego band used insect imagery and sci-fi undertones to challenge perceptions of what a hardcore band should sound and look like.
Dillinger Four's 'Midwestern Songs of the Americas' Spawned a Scene of Copycats
Released 20 years ago, the debut album from the Minnesota band created a new template for pop-punk that bands are still trying in vain to replicate.