Killer D-beat is a must; when made the right way, it’s harmonic murder to the ears. Norway’s Summon the Crows succeed in creating D-beat in the way I really dig it – super mean with the right balance of emotion. They play with an urgency that makes you want confront
Welcome to CVLT Nation, my name is Jack and I’ll be your resident asshole. Perhaps you found this site because you like the punk rocks. Perhaps you consider yourself a hesher. Or maybe you just like pretty t-shirts and have friends who convinced you that showering isn’t cool no more.
Today we are broadcasting from the lost planet of Crucifix. This American peace punk & first dis-beat band more than any band helped shape my politics & worldview on so many levels. These humans totally lived what they sang & wrote about. I will keep this part short, after the
by Sean Reveron (CVLT Nation) 1, 2, 3…let’s go & rip the heads off the downpressors!!! Let’s kill them with 666 blows of HELLSHOCK! I totally dig this horde of Portland crusty warriors! They play their own brand of crust with trailer loads of emotion that take the listener beyond