short clip of Wiccans at Le Poisson Rouge 4/19/2014

fatsizedcoffin:

wiccans/new york’s alright/4.19.2014

versacejrag:

Don’t even try to pretend that you have anything more important to do this Saturday! IF YOU LIKE HARDCORE MUSIC, YOU WILL BE AT THIS. Come to the party and go ham, go to the show and slam. Show the Brit Boys how we do it in DFW! 

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mallardornot:

painaesthetic:

urbankill:

motel-chronicler:

ellenrumel:

shittyscummyvibes:

destroy-i:

Lumpy and the Dumpers at New York’s Alright

featuring actual sex pits, slime, the works

This is fucking unreal.

Oh man I hope this does not get taken down. WOW

punx are disgusting

ECW! ECW! ECW!

couple things:

Clay is fucked and pogoing in a crudos shirt, nudity is gross, and watching you guys slide around in the slime is akin to a scene from a lionsgate horror movie with a title like “Slither” or that sew each other together at the butts movie. Also, someone help Clay, he’s fallen and he can’t get up. Phreax

Lumpy has outdone themselves with every new thing but this takes the cake. Best current hardcore band.

brandonxmahler:

THE SENTENCED, 2014

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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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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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wizardxviolence:

Sin Motivo-1919 Hemphill-2/13/14

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societysuckers:

Well

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versacejrag:

The Sentenced @ Red Blood Club

March 21st, 2014

Grand Re-opening Night

Photo Credit: Mike Brooks

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