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Weekend Nachos – Still

Still is the latest offering from the outfit and sees the band surging through twelve tracks in only twenty minutes and acting as the logical follow-up from their 2011 release Worthless.
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Full Of Hell – Rudiments Of Mutilation

Hardcore, whilst seeming relatively simple, is a very hard language to master. It takes time, dedication, and that little something that can set you apart. Full Of Hell are one of today’s hardcore bands that have been on the fast track to mastery since their debut Roots Of Earth Are Consuming My Home, which was a great record. However, there were things that needed improvement, and their second full length would be the chance for the band to rectify all the missteps from their first album and make an even better record. A sophomoric album is usually the make or break for up-and-coming bands, and it usually does more breaking than making. The big question remained whether or not Full Of Hell would be able to rise to the occasion and persevere.