Eager for a punk fix? Check out two brand new songs from New Jersey band Singaya that we’re premiering exclusively right here on HXC Magazine! The two new songs, “Toxic” and “Get Away,” are hard-hitting punk jams that aren’t afraid to get a little heavier. Fans of The Offspring and fans of metal and hardcore can all get in on these tracks. Listen to the brand spankin’ new songs right here and see what the band have to say about the new material below. You can also watch their music video for previously released song “You’ve Got The Bite.”
Five piece metalcore act Ellipses hailing from Litchfield, CT are exclusively premiering their EP Human right here at HXC. The six song release, featuring their unforgiving single “Harsh Upbringings,” is a proud display of unrelenting emotion. Despite it being early in their career, this band already bring memorable breakdowns and impressive shredding to the table. While the low-toned screaming and growling gives the band an intensely heavy sound, they are able to find just the right moments to sneak in melodic riffs, making for a dynamic listening experience.
Check out the exclusive full stream plus a Q&A with the band below!
If you’re looking for a new hardcore band to champion, look no farther than Church Tongue. Their new record Heart Failure is both brash and deeply personal, which leads us to their new music video for the third track on the record, “Acid Jesus.” Check it out below!
Photo Credit: Aaron Marsh
“Live A Lie” is about the fake world we sometimes put ourselves in just to make a relationship that isn’t good for us work,” says guitarist Mike Keller.
LFTF are currently wrapping up their tour with Failure Anthem and will hit the road again in January. If you like what you hear, be sure to catch them live!
Photo Credit: Josh Huff
North Carolina hardcore outfit Dwell released their latest album, Innate, via Blood & Ink Records on September 9th. We’ve teamed up with them to bring you their roaring new music video for “A Lie In Futility,” and we love it because it’s awesomely gruesome and heavy as hell.
From the band:
“‘A Lie In Futility’ is about if you believe the world is meaningless, then life will seem as if the world is crumbling and only feeds into that lie your cosmos consumes. If the world was meaningless, then the logic you used to justify your belief becomes meaningless also. The making of this video was an amazing experience and it was a pleasure working with Josh. We wanted the video itself to be somewhat dark and eerie and I think Josh [Jardim] did exactly what we were looking for. I hope everyone enjoys the video as much as we do.”
If you like what you hear, make sure to catch Dwell on tour at at least one of the following dates!
W/ Orthodox, Heavens Die and Ramses on select dates
11/10 – Columbus, OH – Double Happiness
11/11 – Grand Rapids, MI – Take Hold Fest
11/12 – Grand Rapids, MI – Take Hold Fest
11/13 – Detroit, MI – The Sanctuary
11/14 – Milwaukee, WI – JJ’s w/ Malice At The Palace
11/15 – Lansing, IL – Royal Skateshop
11/18 – Ringold, GA – Cloud Springs Deli*
11/19 – Myrtle Beach, SC- Rockin Hard Saloon^*
Photo Credit: Andres Aponte (AndyOceans Photography)
Miami-based metalcore band Acaedia have partnered with us to bring you their newest single, “Risktaker”! Following their previous EP, Dawning, “Risktaker” is a standalone single to keep fans hyped as they work on writing a new EP for 2017. The new song was mixed and mastered by Andrew Wade (A Day To Remember, Wage War, Neck Deep), and if this is the first you’re hearing of these guys, you’ll definitely want to hear more after this. You can also watch their music video for “Rotten” here.
Gatherers have premiered the music video for the ninth track on their album Quiet World, “A Recluse (On 8mm Film).” It’s a simple, straightforward video, kind of like the old home movies your parents used to shoot. Just the band and shades of black and red while the song reminisces about times long past. And emotions. Always emotions.
Melodic hardcore quintet Hollow Bones are set to release their debut album, Lionheart, on May 27th. They’ve already shared Part 1 of the album’s track-by-track with their fans, but they’ve teamed up with the HXC Magazine team to bring you Part 2!