Decibel Magazine recently celebrated their 100th issue with an insane concert in Philadelphia, a show we dedicated ourselves not to miss. The show's lineup itself was incredible, presenting Converge, Pig Destroyer, Repulsion, Municipal Waste, Tombs + Evoken live, but the most incredible parts of the evening came from Baroness frontman John Baizley, who offered not only a surprise speech, but shared the stage with Converge for the song 'Coral Blue.'
There is absolutely no reason why you should miss this show. Warm up your car, grab your plane tickets, reschedule your wedding date if you have to! The utter excellence in brutality is overflowing with this bill, which consists of Converge, Pig Destroyer, Municipal Waste, Repulsion, Tombs and Evoken.
With the release of 'All We Love We Leave Behind,' Converge have released their best album since their 2001 landmark record, 'Jane Doe.' Although Converge proudly maintain their status at a hardcore band, 'All We Love We Leave Behind,' is heavier than the majority of metal albums released in 2012. Converge deliver trademark spastic attacks suc
Converge have just released their greatest achievement since 2001's 'Jane Doe,' and yes, the levity of that claim is understandably huge. 'Jane Doe' is almost universally praised as one of the most important, if not the most important extreme record of the 2000s thus far, so with our claim set in stone, here's the case to back it up.
Congrats to the Faceless for snatching a win from Every Time I Die in our latest Death Match. The technical deathcore band and their track 'Autotheist Movement III: Deconsecrate' will now make it's pilgrimage to the Death Match Hall of Fame, but they've got an extreme and incredibly innovative band to go up against this round.
Converge, 'Aimless Arrow'