Another week, and another selection of five records to help get you through the day. Here is the recap of this week’s Albums of the Day:
Noisy, grinding stop/start powerviolence from these Nottingham-based upstarts. Energetic, fun, and loud.
Feminist punk rock bad-assery at its very best, it’s also worth noting that the band have a split with Violation Wound coming out soon. Awesome!
There’s a solid argument to be made that this is the best hardcore album of the past ten years. As intelligent lyrically as it is musically hard-hitting, this is one of the best things Bridge 9 have been involved in releasing.
From members who would go on to form Dawn Ray’d comes this album of blackened screamo, that is every bit as passionate as you’d hope.
A lot has been written about this, and it wouldn’t have received half the attention it has if not for the lyrics – but that’s a stupid statement, considering that the lyrics are pretty much the entire point of this album. If this record offends you, then good. Anti-fascism and war metal is a better fit than most people realise.