drive your plow over the bones of the dead is a incredible new three piece screamo/emoviolence band from vancouver. great name. sick tunes. perfect demo - mastered by legend Will Killingsworth at Dead Air.
/hospitality/ - they are a new 5 piece screamo band from Kennesaw, Georgia - and so far these "Live at SBC" recordings seem to be the first sign of life. Everything was taken from several youtube videos and they outcome is pretty rough - but I love it - can't wait to hear a demo or ep or whatever. Very much looking forward to it.
Ahh finally - beyond stoked to show you the first stunning seven-track demo of Closed Hands.
They are a four piece hailing from London/Brighton with ex-/members of Places To Hide, Night Swimming and Sewer Trench. The sound blends in somewhere between 90's screamo and modern grind heavy-hitters like FOH or Portrayal.
All songs are about experiences vocalist Karl Foster has had growing up in South London, especially "I Tried To Get Some Help" today which deals with the woefully underfunded mental health systems in the UK.
Seen some live clips of them playing UK shows at the moment and if you have the chance, definitely try to catch them - sounds sick.
Berlin based Screamo-Sweethearts Neska Lagun just released their first single off their upcoming record yesterday and today I'm happy to present you all the official music video for "Fahnenflucht". Three minutes of screamo/post-hardcore brilliance - I simply can't wait for the record to drop.
Been a huge fan of emo/alternative ever since - but haven't posted an emo related band in a while - so I'm even more stoked now to present you the full stream for the debut EP of Glummer from Gotheburg, Sweden called "Inertia".
Some of you might now the brainchild behind the awesome melodic band - Anton Hedlund - who played already swedish powerhouses like Murderofcrows, Oak and Disavow.
Lyrically, Inertia is Anton reflecting on patterns recognised in himself and society - how fearing loss takes form in everyday life and how frustration with oneself and one's surroundings often gets in the way of better things.
The album was recorded at Studio Ruinen (Gothenburg, Sweden) in July 2021, and at Stray Dogs HQ (Berlin, Germany) in October 2021. Everything mixed by Elias Straat (who also did Artwork and Design) and mastered by Bob Cooper at Chairworks Studio.
"Inertia" will be released digital and on limited white cassette (by lovely No Heroes Records from Berlin) on friday.
So happy to share the new Miss The Stars Screamo Sampler called "It Is Well Past The Point Of Going Home" with all of you. Thanks to all the amazing bands. The sampler is free for download - share the archive as you like, put it on your iPods or on a cassette - enjoy it. ✨
Flirt - Promise Of Happiness
Carrion Spring - Peacemeal (Demo)
TODO POR HACER - Arquitectos de la Mente
SHIMMER - Fire With Fire
Catalyst - Little Strings
restwithoutrelaxation - Blood On The Bathroom Mirror
Salt Money - Overplayed
Garden Home - Ghost
Apousia - De leegte mijn thuis
RIOTNINE! - No One Wants Pain
Sonagi - Who Could See You And Forget
Amygdala - Resilient Minds // We Shall Rise
Damasco - Ying Bin Jiu Lou
meißel - VII
Pyre - I Wrote It In Guitar Pro
tužan dečak kavr bend - III
Soastasphrenas - A Suffering Spirit Proves The Heart Still Beats For A Purpose
Ritual Error - Gridlock AD
PIQUE - Credit
Barabbas, du förtappade - Truth And Reconciliation
Unbelievable stoked to present you the new official music video for Brisbane, Australia based screamo act Salt Money. "Overplayed" is taken from the full-length debut record "Love of my life" - which was released at the end of last year. A record so good that in hindsight I really regret I've made my AOTY list too early.
Seriously they are just killing it in every sense - this whole thing is a musical outburst. And besides the heaviness - I could listen to that opening riff forever.
If you follow this blog for a while the next band will sound familiar to you - BARABBAS, DU FÖRTAPPADE. One of europe's finest screamo bands is back.
But let's revert a bit - BARABBAS, DU FÖRTAPPADE are a four piece violent screamo band from Stockholm, Sweden and they are active since around 2017 with their debut release "Discourse". 2020 Barabbas released a brilliant split with the ever-awesome Кальк - and now finally we'll get new songs in the form of "Discussions on Existentialism". The record is a heavy journey in three languages dealing with topic like alienation in cities of capitalism, death, political apathy and exhausting communications and relationships - all packed in powerful, raw and massive blend of screamo, hardcore and emoviolence.
The Vinyl will be out on vinyl on the 27th of January via Dingleberry records and distribution (DE), No Heroes Records, Jean Scene Creamers (US), Entes Anomicos (DE), Fresh Outbreak Records (IT), PASIDARYK PATS records (LT) and Salto Mortale Music (SK).
Everything was recorded at Hermitage Studios in Stockholm, Sweden during December 2021. It was mixed and mastered by Steve Roche at Permanent Hearing Damage studio (Off Minor, Neil Perry, Massa Nera, Capacities) and the amazing artwork and design was made by Alex Mages.
dare was a very short lived five piece all-flinta diy screamo/emo band from berlin. they made a very nice rough two song demo at the beginning of 2016, played I think two shows and then - that was it - pretty punk to be honest. lyrics were by the way so good:
"und ich bin mir nicht sicher ob das nur die lüftung ist oder doch das meer"
Stoked for this post because it's about a record that was never official fully released and nowhere to find - "Circles And Squares" by Collin Kramer.
They were a short-lived five piece heavy screamo band from Mohnheim, Germany around 2003 till 2006.
I remember finding them through myspace back then - they had two releases of which one was a split with Eyston. And as you can see on the picture they were on tour with some awesome bands like Belle Epoque - so it seems they def made the best out of the short time.