Articles tagged post-hardcore

Going Forward and Looking Back with Taking Back Sunday

The original lineup is still back, and Taking Back Sunday happily tell us about their Long Island origins and the real subject of "There's No 'I' in Team".

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Thursday’s Geoff Rickly on Reissues, the Future, and Selling Crockpots

Thursday is no more, but their legacy lives on, with singer Geoff Rickly reissuing Waiting on his own label and talking about what chances, if any, there are to the group reuniting.

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...And You Will Know Us By the Trail of Dead: IX

After a few albums of focused hard rock, Trail of Dead confidently begins to reintegrate the more pop-oriented experimentations that killed their early '00s buzz.

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Iceage: Plowing Into the Field of Love

Iceage are on to something, even if that “something” feels intangible and hard to put into descriptive feeling.

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24 Mar 2014 // 1:05 AM

Owls: Two

Two is certainly a good album, and it’s absolutely the one Owls wanted to make. It’s just not always a record I want to listen to.

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Fugazi’s Last Show Was Ten Years Ago This Weekend (stream)

Sunday marks ten years since legendary D.C. outfit's final performance.

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Feeling ‘80s Spirit: Post-Hardcore Punk for the Plastic Generation

Moss Icon and Jason Farrell still sizzle in the present tense, despite years of obscurity.

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Falling in Reverse: The Drug in Me Is You

After returning from two years of incarceration, scene bad boy Ronnie Radke is back in action in the form of his new post-hardcore outfit Falling in Reverse. One thing is clear – he’s pissed.

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29 Sep 2011 // 9:00 PM

Thrice: Major/Minor

Inevitably, many Thrice diehards have openly craved a return to the band's rougher roots. Basically, cutting the bullshit and getting back to basics.

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Taking Back Sunday: Taking Back Sunday

Taking Back Sunday experiences revival through the reunion of their original lineup and creates their best work in years.

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23 Jun 2011 // 8:56 PM

Silverstein: Rescue

Post-hardcore outfit Silverstein tread off the worn path and into new territory with exciting results.

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23 May 2011 // 9:00 PM

Letlive: Fake History

The good musicianship of this album is nice to hear, but it doesn't hide the fact that there is no originality present whatsoever.

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14 Nov 2010 // 9:00 PM

Envy: Recitation

Who are Envy? Envy are Japanese post-hardcore. Are they Unwound? No. Are they At The Drive-In? No.

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Eyes Set to Kill: Broken Frames

Led by the Rodriguez sisters and a new screamer, Eyes Set to Kill has hit its stride once again with Broken Frames.

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Braid: Frankie Welfare Boy Age Five / The Age of Octeen

While Frankie still remains a diehards-only release, The Age of Octeen is larger than the "post-hardcore" genre trappings, an album capable of converting skeptics previously unwilling to look for beauty and creativity beneath the din.

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10 May 2010 // 9:00 PM

The Bled: Heat Fetish

Back from near-breakup with new members and a new label, the Bled deliver a frenzied, technical album that's not always memorable, but will definitely hold the interest of post-hardcore and mathcore fans.

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The Fall of Troy: In the Unlikely Event

The Fall of Troy throws together a smorgasbord of heavy styles in hopes it will gel somehow as a coherent album. It doesn't come close, but to the band's credit, the songs still work individually more often than not.

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'Wanted' Is a Spaghetti Western That Will Leave You Wanting

// Short Ends and Leader

"The charisma of Giuliano Gemma and some stellar action sequences can't save this sub-par spaghetti western.

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