1. distortjerseycity:

    flyer by Alex Heir

    playing this show soon hang out w me ny ppl let’s get a phrosties ok???

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  2. i-cant-find-my-knife:

    More Texas Punk.

    1. Execution Tax-Execution Tax were a band from Denton, Texas and apart of the 2011 wave of mysterious guy Blackened punk bands. Forged in the house venue known as the Lions Den, where extax played most of their shows. Band was sloppy, noisy and had some of the most catchy riffs. Execution Tax’s future is quite uncertain, every time it seems the band is done they pop up on another show. They have two demos out and are working towards a new tape.

    2. Drug Dogs- Chain worshiping straight edge from Houston. Straight moshy hardcore with some of the new weirdo hardcore influence seeping into the pores. The band has been on hiatus since June of last year, but are active again with a repress of their tape on the way as well as fresh new recordings on the horizon.

    3. Visual Aids-Visual Aids were an incredibly short lived band from Denton, Texas made up entirely of future and past Wiccans members. The Wiccans sound permeates this band but doesn’t sound entirely like Wiccans. This band only played two shows before they were snuffed out on the face of this earth. Above were the posthumously released recordings.

    4. The Impalers-If you’re from Texas and not familiar with the name Chris Ulsh there is something wrong with you. The Impalers is a band from Austin staring Ulsh and his revolving door of hired guns. Thrashy d-beat with reverb drenched vocals, and an unrelenting force live. They have two 7”s and a monster of an LP out.

    5. Dead Line-Scandinavian influenced hardcore from Dallas. This band was around forever playing almost every d-beat, or hardcore show in town. The band finally dropped a demo in 2013 about two months before they called it quits. Half of this band has gone on to do Lacerations.

    6. Kid Prison-Another band formed in the bowels of the Lions Den of Denton, Kid Prison were a band that played in that Early Dischord vein of things. Originally featuring Brendan from Execution Tax and Final Club as a stand alone frontman, the band was sized down to a three piece after he left. They put out a tape by themselves about a year ago and broke up not long after. Tony is now up in OKC playing in Glowgod and American Hate.

    7. Chainchomp-Slam worthy hardcore from Denton, Tx. Formed from the ashes of Meaner Demeanor, Chainchomp had a very short run as a band. Chainchomp were on many of the “North Texas Slam Brigade” type shows of early 2013. The band’s final show was Taco Fest, before the members scattered. They put out a tape on Anvileater Records and had another tape recorded that never saw a physical release.

    8. Curb BitersDegenerate Hardcore from Houston, Texas in the style of the midwestern mutant Hardcore. Band was fast and to the point with Herber flying to every which direction when they played. Band broke up not to long ago, but they have a tape out that’s worth tracking down.

    9. Iron Youth-A band from Austin originally dubbed as a Hoax clone has come around into a slow, and unnerving style that calls No Trend to mind. This band is something that can be outright uncomfortable at times to listen to. Featuring members of Glue this band has a demo out and a 7” on it’s way from Video Disease.

    10. Hexed-Hexed is a band from the East Texas town of Tyler. Playing d-beat in the Discharge style with a bit of a metal influence to it. This band was a pummeling force live. They put out a tape in early 2013, and by the looks of it a second in the summer of 2013. Not sure if Hexed is a band anymore or not, but members are now in a Dystopia style band in Shrevport. 

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  3. wizardxviolence:

    Sin Motivo-1919 Hemphill-2/13/14

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  5. versacejrag:

    The Sentenced @ Red Blood Club

    March 21st, 2014

    Grand Re-opening Night

    Photo Credit: Mike Brooks

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  6. i-cant-find-my-knife:

    10 more bands from Texas That Rule

    1. Leather Daddie-They do know about the Leather Daddy from Boston and quite frankly they don’t give a shit. Furious and primal Houston d-beat with harsh (one may even say black metal-esc) vocals. They have a demo recorded but no physical release that I know of. 

    2. Stagnant Youth-Embrace the Left Hand Path. Crust drenched hardcore from Houston featuring three members of Back to Back. This band busts through a midpaced romp and features some gnarly harsh vocals. There is no need for this band to play fast, when the songs are this good. They have a demo out, and from what I hear new material in the works.

    3. Recide-One of the first Texas hardcore bands I found and fell in love with. Recide is a fantastic band playing in the old midwestern style of hardcore al-la Koro. It breaks my little heart that this band is breaking up. They have several tapes out, one on Not Normal, as well as a 7” out on Even Worse.

    4. Institute-Gut wrenching post punk from Austin. This band came out fall of 2013 and has been killing it since. I really, REALLY, want to see this band live. Demo out on False Form.

    5. Common Ignorance-One part DFW, three parts Houston, Common Ignorance is an incredible band to catch live. This band has slowly morphed from Mind Eraser inspired PV to moshy hardcore. Hearing this band calls forth the idea of slamming. They have several tapes out at this point, one on Toxic Breed’s Funhouse.

    6. Wiccans-Originally a band from Denton, Wiccans members have spread out across Texas. This band is one of the brightest stars of the TXHC scene, taking an early Boston style and merging it with a psychedelic weirdness of Hawkwind or Blue Oyster Cult. This is not a band to miss seeing live, they don’t play very often and people always lose their minds. Wiccans has two full length LPs out on Katorga Works and you need both of them.

    7. Glue-Apart of the crop of bands that exploded from Austin in late 2012, Glue is degenerate hardcore at it’s finest. If their demo isn’t enough to get you on board, then go see them play. Glue has a tape out on False Form which was re-released as a 7” on Video Disease, but keep an eye out for the new 7”

    8. Dress Code-Houston straight edge style hardcore. Quick, concise and to the point. Straight ahead slow and moshy hardcore. The band also belts out the covers like no other live. Band has a self released demo, that sold out both times it was physically released. 

    9. Back to Back-Houston hardcore that initially started as a straight forward youth crew band has slowly and slowly gotten weirder, and that is fine by me. Another band that just outright kills it live (Barry has one of the most beautifly fucked up guitar tones I have ever heard). The band moves from speedy numbers to crushingly slow mosh parts. Get at this. They have an EP that was originally put out on False Form, but it has been since re-released on Lockin’ Out, as well as a new 7” on 540 Records.

    10. Blotter-Weirdo hardcore at its best. Another band apart of the 2012 Austin explosion, and possibly some of the moshiest music from that renaissance. Seeing this band at Chaos last summer was beautiful. Blotter has a tape out on False Form and a 7” on it’s way from False Form/Katorga Works. 

    (Additional photography by Brandon Mahler, Blair Truesdale, and Cedric Santillan)

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  7. revoltofthecockroachpeople:

    Sin Motivo - Vigilantes

     
  8. james-for-blood:

    societysuckers:

    punkrockgurl69:

    Any DFW folks should come out to this cool BBQ party my friend is throwing and then go to the show :~)
    FOOD WILL BE GRILLIN’, 
    DRINKS WILL BE SPILLIN’
    RECORDS WILL BE SPINNIN’
    BRING FRIENDS, EVERYONE IS INVITED!
    LET’S HAVE A GREAT TIME!

    must go

    This is at my house. Bring your own buttwieser.
     
  9. i-cant-find-my-knife:

    10 Sick as Fuck North Texas Hardcore bands:

    1. Sin Motivo-Hardcore for the weird. Formed in 2012 pure weird as hell hardcore sung in spanish. Incredible live act. Has a tape out on False Form and a 7” coming out on Katorga Works.

    2. The Sentenced-Out for blood! Oi Influenced hardcore written with slamming in mind. Listening to their tape it’s hard not to mosh around your room. Members of Wiccans, demo out of False Form and Hardware Records.

    3. Night Crimes-Fast hardcore played by slow dudes. Self described as Tear it Up worship. The breakdown in their song “Still Laughing” makes me just want to kill things. Demo out on Punk Alive.

    4. Smear-Reverb drenched, degenerate hardcore from Sherman, Texas of all places. Three super young dudes pumping out mid-paced hardcore with the very idea of slamming intended. They have a pair of online demos up, no clue if they’ll see a physical release. But check these dudes out

    5. Lacerations-Very, very new UK inspired hardcore from Dallas. They’ve played two shows and kill it. Members are all in a myriad of other crust bands from the area. No recordings yet but stoked to see when they drop.

    6. Distort-80s Japanese influenced hardcore from Dallas. Fast, loud, and relentless, band has been around since 2012 and pops up every so often. They have a demo and a split out with a band called Iskalt Reign

    7. What They Lack-Early Dischord style hardcore from Fort Worth. Band formed from the ashes of a band known as High Anxieties (previously known as Negaduck). Emotive, fast and moshy. Like Dag Nasty and Swiz? Good. The band has only played three shows, but their tape should be dropping soon enough.

    8. Modern Pain-Old fashioned Youth of Today style sxe hardcore. Band has recently been veering off in a more punk direction. In any case the band has been around for 4 years now and kills it live. They have several tapes out and have a 7” on the way.

    9. Litigators-Litigators are from Fort Worth and are a bit hard to describe. Very complex and well written punk, but are definitely a breath of fresh air. They’ve been around for nearly a year now and have a demo out (the physical release of said demo is still up in the air though).

    10. Mean & Ugly-Denton Powerviolence which is slowly morphing into mosh ridden hardcore. the band has been around since 2011 and gone through drummers in a spinal tap fashion. Featuring members of Machine Gun Romantics and ANS. M&U has one demo out from 2012 and is working towards a second one.

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  10. nothinglefttolearn:

    classic wiccans pit gifs chaos in tejas 2013 rip inhalant olympics cannot mf wait to slam with all these freaks at nya
    you should really click on the last one

    HAHAHAHAHAHA

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