Maaate, Ormsby now have a
Get touchy-feely and express yourself
The unlamest synthesizer of all
"It looks like a lot
Tomas Haake describes the recording
Danny talks recording strats for
In this exodus, the only
I wouldn't start the ignition
Trey Williams 'bout to blast
His curse is being an
New jam "The Coin Has
Dunable Guitars + Mesa amps
Old mate Max Bremer from
Get ready for feels.
Buckle up for a grand
She's a beauty!
Lars went to the vault
Hack that Axe
What a sweep-tapping young gentleman!
Why would you want a
You haven't seen a weekly
Aenimus bassist Seth Stephens lays
Guitarist Sarah Longfield demonstrates some
I think this guy might
70,000 Tons of Anthrax
An exclusive interview with the
Turn your song ideas into
Fine-tune the velocity of your
The Pantera producer talks using
I plead the fifth
Why is this interval so
Go fourth and conquer!
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Would you REALLY like it
Just a tad hypocritical, don't
We interviewed the maker of
Eyal takes us through his
It's no Ground FX, but
Anything is better than nothing.
Will it make sound?
Play the flute? Why not
You know how your drum
Ed edited it did he?
Nail the bass tone!
Ask the Gear Gods!
The Beginning of Everything
More POV-Go Pro footage from the Converge/All Pigs Must Die/Killer Be Killed drum hero.
Legendary Sepultura, Cavalera Conspiracy drummer plays through the classic Chaos A.D. cut.
Brooklyn's most forward-thinking hardcore band returns after a decade-long hiatus.
It's not every day you get some decent grind-noise punk drum footage.
Killer Be Killed
Michael Gira's newest live incarnation has to be seen and heard to be believed.
Grindnoise bros doing it live
Supergroup featuring Baptists, ISIS, and Russian Circles crushes it live.
Some hump day shredfest to get you through the week!
Chops, chops, chops.
Live from Licha's Cantina!
Some pro-shot footage from 2014's Brutal Assault festival proves it!
The Extinction Level event of a lifetime.
Courtesy of hate5six, is a GodCity-mixed, Audiosiege-mastered set from This Is Hardcore.
This sure ain't Taylor Swift's 1989