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Adam Lentz - Anthems of the Overworked

Adam Lentz - Anthems of the Overworked

September 17, 2020 4 min read

Revelation's own Adam Lentz brings us his opinion of 5 new artists that are standing out to him right now: "Hardcore is amazing. As much as we/I age, there is always a group of kids discovering it in whatever city or country they may be in, kids who may have felt the same alienation, anger, and disgust we did, and creating some interesting, pissed and good music with plenty to scream about."

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Gavin Ogelsby on Uniform Choice and the "Screaming For Change" Cover

Gavin Ogelsby on Uniform Choice and the "Screaming For Change" Cover

September 10, 2020 3 min read

Gavin Olgesby... you may know him as the guitarist for legendary Orange County California hardcore bands, No For An Answer, Carry Nation, Triggerman or The Killing Flame, but before all of that he was simply known as the artist who painted the cover for Uniform Choice’s classic album, “Screaming For Change”.
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BROKEN GLASS: ROB WALLACE

BROKEN GLASS: ROB WALLACE

September 09, 2020 9 min read

I've come to know Rob as the go-to photographer and videographer for a number of big name bands, and the guy that has a super sick photo book out. He also works closely with Mike Vallely and was recently published in Thrasher Magazine.
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Walter on the reformation of Youth Of Today in 1988 - Part 2

Walter on the reformation of Youth Of Today in 1988 - Part 2

September 03, 2020 5 min read

BDTW was and still is a HC masterpiece. Only a very powerful and inspired follow up could ever hold a candle to it. By that measure I was not blown away by what we were coming with at first. It seemed Ray wanted to expand the possibilities of YOT’s formula.
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Walter on the reformation of Youth Of Today in 1988 - Part 1

Walter on the reformation of Youth Of Today in 1988 - Part 1

August 27, 2020 3 min read

The reformation of YOT in early 1988 seemed to condense a lot of activity in a short period of time. Despite each member having blossoming or ongoing projects (GB, Side By Side, Judge, Project X, Schism…)
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BROKEN GLASS: ALBERT LICANO

BROKEN GLASS: ALBERT LICANO

August 25, 2020 4 min read

Albert Licano is another music photographer you'll see at just about every show, big or small, in the usual Los Angeles/Orange County venues. Despite shooting concerts for over 20 years and being connected to a large number of well-known bands, Albert for still shoots every band on the bill, even the young openers who may be playing their first or second show. 
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Tim Monroe of Unit Pride

Tim Monroe of Unit Pride

August 20, 2020 6 min read

Originally I had met Eric Ozenne, former frontman for Unit Pride, back in 1995 when he was starting his follow up band to Unit Pride, Redemption 87. Over the years I’ve kept in contact with Eric...
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America's Hardcore Part II

America's Hardcore Part II

August 13, 2020 6 min read

Memorable AHC shows include early April 1983 opening at the Rollerworks for Minor Threat, Suicidal Tendencies and others. This is our show that is seen on the Flipside video.Huge place, big crowd with people stage diving during our set, even though we were the first band on.
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BROKEN GLASS: DAN RAWE

BROKEN GLASS: DAN RAWE

August 11, 2020 3 min read

If you've gone to hardcore shows even semi-regularly in Southern California over the past 25 years, chances are you've seen Dan Rawe there, taking his place near a side corner of the stage with camera at the ready. I always appreciated Dan for documenting the whole show experience, including taking photos of friends hanging out in between sets. Read on to learn more about Dan Rawe.
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My Introduction to Sick Of It All

My Introduction to Sick Of It All

August 06, 2020 6 min read

Friday June 9th, 1989 Exodus are headlining Trenton, New Jersey’s City Gardens. The opening bands were Faith Or Fear and the one that I came to see, Sick Of It All. Now first off, Friday night shows at City Gardens were kind of odd. The majority of the hardcore shows that I would go to see there were on Sunday nights. I guess because this particular show was being billed as a metal show, they did it on a Friday night. Going into this show I was a huge Sick of It All fan.
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America's Hardcore Part I

America's Hardcore Part I

August 04, 2020 6 min read

Thanks to Tony Rettman for doing this interview with Danny Slam, singer for California pioneers America’s Hardcore. We hope to have Tony aboard with us more in the future, and this piece kicks off his contributions with a bang. Be sure to check back for the second half of this interview real soon.
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Broken Glass: Becky DiGiglio

Broken Glass: Becky DiGiglio

July 28, 2020 5 min read

I first met Becky at Heartwork Coffee Bar in San Diego a few years ago when she, Justin Pearson, and their dog, Captain, stopped in for a cup of coffee. Since then I’ve seen her all over the place, shooting shows around Southern California and beyond, having her work featured in photo exhibits and online, and more recently, at several Black Lives Matter protests.
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