Finally, a NEW Social Circkle record. This time around, they bring us 4 songs with a faster-tighter feel. Still has the catchy aspects of the "Static Eyes" ep but with even more energy and speed. If you liked their last ep, you'll definetly love this one. This band can really do no wrong in our book.
If you like it, buy it.
"Second single, new guitarist, pretty different approach overall, but Social Circkle still treads on. Gone is the clean guitar of the demo, and abated are the straight lines and the slower, more Anglophilic notions of the first EP. Here the Crickle plows straight into more modern hardcore territory, blazing through four new tracks with almost no room for breath until the more solid, piecemeal riffage of closer “I Don’t Want” takes hold. Still pretty great, just different than before; makes me wonder how their ideas might translate to a full-length. 2000 copies, first 200 on clear."--Doug Mosurock, Still Single, dustedmagazine.com
The 2nd ep from these Albany, NY HC Maniacs. 4 songs of bulldozer HC/PUNK that will have you breaking shit in seconds. The ep is over and done in a matter of minutes
leaving you wanting to play it at least twice.
Track 5 serves as a hidden track or something. Its just a stupid dub song anyway.
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Following up their debut 7", Washington, DC's Coke Bust bring another six tracks of pure thrashing hardcore punk, musically reminiscent of bands like What Happens Next? and Tear It Up with some negative lyrics and a pissed-off attitude.
Fast, pissed, DC straight edge hardcore that straight don't give a fuck. Influenced by INFEST and YOUTH OF TODAY, their new EP has 6 new harcore blasts. Speed- the temporal kind- has a lot to do with Coke Bust’s aesthetic. The entire Fuck Bar Culture EP lasts only four-and-a-half minutes. 'We try to take modern hardcore and speed it up,' says Candela of Coke Bust’s methodology. It works and this rages! (xsentientx.com)
Nashville, TN's LIFE TRAP have given the world their debut ep of NO BULLSHIT hardcore punk. Fast as hell, and so incredibly tight it'll have you wondering what's in the water down there. This band has so much energy it feels like it's about to burst out of the record. 7 songs of pure anger and adrenaline. Watch out for these guys. For Fans of ARTICLES OF FAITH, POISON IDEA, and KORO. (No Way Records)
Wow! Much has been written already about this fairly new Nashville HC band (especially the live show) and they already have a 7? out. Blast after blast of early 1980Æs style hardcore comes at you through your speakers, like a force unknown before. I know many think this style is getting tired, but Life Trap makes you a believer again.This record destroys, I really need to see this band play. -Dave K. (hardwaremediaandradio.net)
You know where you are with No Way releases; they're all good. This is no exception, fast, sketchy hardcore punk from Nashville. You get one of those 'shit! is this meant to be run at 45' moments when you put this on. But yeah, if you like Deranged stuff, Feral Ward stuff, you'll love this. - Nick (saladdayspunkrock.blogspot.com)
Life Trap from Nashville, TN burst onto the scene last year with one of the sickest demos I'd heard in ages, and those lucky ducks at No Way Records got to release their debut EP. This continues in the crushing vein of their demo... rugged, US-style HC with truly standout vocals. Think Articles of Faith, Rebel Truth, etc. (Sorry State Records)
This came out of nowhere, the demo songs online were cool, but holy shit! These guys are all pretty young; but play faster, tighter and better than most bands twice their age. Fast songs about frustration and rage. At No Way Fest they covered Koro and Articles of Faith, and I can't think of a better comparison. (bleedingedges.net)
Tenia este disco en mp3 desde hace unos meses y era uno de mis favoritos, pero la calidad del ripeo no me gustaba. Hace poco me compre el disco y he podido ripearlo, y ahora si merece la pena compartirlo. Uno de los mejores discos hardcore del año pasado.
I had this one in mp3 from some moths ago, and was one of my favourites, but i didn't like the quality of the rip. Some days ago i bought this one, and now i can share a good rip of this. One of the best hardcore records of the last year.
if you own the rights to any of the music posted here, and would like it removed, just contact me, and I will promtly delete it. also, if you download something, and like it, BUY IT.
Mediafire has blocked my account. I think that the complaint it's not done by the bands or labels, but for a kind of "robot". The last warning i received from Mediafire was for a Civil Terror record, and in the post where i posted it, one of the band members thanked me for share it. All the other warnings i've received has been from records with not so many downloads, (No Slogan, Canadian Rifle, Vile Nation,...) and even one with band permission (Estricalla). But i don't want to fight with Mediafire for recover my account.
Little by little, i'll try to upload all the records to another file hosting service that right now it's working well for me. If any of you have problems to download, make some comment in the first post and i'll try to give you a temporary link