A couple of days ago Icepick’s – No Forgiveness demo session ‘leaked’ in our forums. A good time to look back on Icepick with drummer Alfons.
A double interview this time, it’s not like you can seperate them anyway. Between all the nonsense they actually managed to say something serious too.
Who played in a movie with Rutger Hauer, played Fluff Fest with his band and appeared on Dutch TV a bunch of times?
An interview with the Scandinavian new breed of hardcore. Guilty from Sweden and Upright & Foreseen from Finland.
Jonas talked to Striking Justice about their touring, their upcoming record, the purpose of their band, politics and much more.
When Guido mentioned doing a new project, called “Good Intentions HC” Pim was curious to see what that was all about…
Rold had a chat with Donny of Midnight Souls, about how GTTM saw the light of day, about being a teacher and getting older.
I almost forgot about this interview with the singer of Rise And Fall. It’s another one from the vault, another one originally intended for issue #2.
The organiser about hardcore fests, the past and present of Incubate, politics on festivals and mid 90’s hardcore.
Dennis took a look behind the scenes at Amsterdam Recording Company!
Despite all the musical and lyrical darkness, The Psyke Project singer is actually a really nice guy.
Of Roofs, Genes And Stolen Meanings on change, the origin of their name and getting shows.
Singer Noam talks about the struggle of creating Repent. Repeat, the ideas behind the record, the new found urgency and the recording plans with Kurt Ballou.
Guitarplayer Wyb looks back on the past, talks about the decision to do a new record and his change of lifestyle.
Jonas interviewed the Spanish band about their city, touring, the new album, what they think about hardcore and much more!
Reason To Care show that Defeater is not the only band that can successfully pull of a concept album.
Looking back at the Pressure Release 2007 compilation – Part VI – Room 13, Out Come The Wolves, Bases Loaded, Citizens Patrol & Noble Cause.
Although they like to be a bit of a secret, Regimen found some time to shed a light on the band and their self-titled debut album.