Oakland hardcore punk act Nervous has its self-titled debut full-length scheduled to drop on September 24 via San Francisco’s Twelve Gauge Records. Considering how rough and wild the band’s approach is, it should be no surprise that one of the group’s members plays with Loma Prieta, too. Above, you can pre-order the album on 12″ as well as stream its anthemic opening track “Good Morning.”
With all of the skramz revivalism floating around the Internet these days, it was only a matter of time before I was talking about some German screamo, right?
These guys are a Münster-based rock trio, I believe. They’ve lovingly named themselves after WWII activist Karl Jungbluth, too. Their new record is stitled Part Ache–hah, I get it–and the nine tracks they present on this LP have much of what I look for in records of this style: intense vocals, tight playing, anthemic guitars. The added bonus is the album’s mix is pretty dang heavy, too! Give it a stream via the widget above, and enjoy!
On Comadre’s new, self-titled album, the California screamo outfit releases one of the catchier albums I’ve heard in the genre for a long time.