7. L’ora del corpo spaccato
Ornaments is an instrumental post-rock band from Italy, featuring the two guitarist from The Death Of Anna Karina. This is their first full-lenght LP, an intense and dynamic trip into a dark fog fading into light, and then exploding, through a quite different selection of songs ending into a screamed voice in the last song “L’ora del corpo spaccato”. Well-polished sounds and accurate songwriting, make this album a milestone for this new year.
7. These Wet Feathers…
8. …Won’t Dry On Their Own
After the well acclaimed latest record, Downfall Of Gaia released as digipack on Alerta Antifascista this collection of their previous work, including the longplay Epos and the split with In The Hearts Of Emperors.
1. A Message
3. An Exodus
4. What Rough Beast
5. From Apollo
After their interesting ep reviewed last year here’s the debut lp by Autarch, Asheville, NC based crust/harcore band, This five new songs are a less heavier and pummeling than the ep, but mainaining a fierce and strong attitude, along a deeper melodic side, along harsh vocals and blasting d-beat breaks.
Vacanza is a screamo/emo quartet from Napoli, Italy influenced by band such as Raein and Verme. Castello is their second ep, five songs that shows a maturity by the band since the debut, a sound more defined and bounded to the emo/screamo italian style with emotive and intense melodies, along sad and
2. Poverty Map
3. Mansion Fire
4. Spray Paint (Black Flag)
5. Amore & Guerra
Some might be waiting for this collaboration between two of the biggest band in the screamo scene nowadays.
Capsule, sick ensemble of grind/hardcore/powerviolence from Miami, digitally released their new five tracks. Their style is always hard to define, but in these song the chaotic and blasting dynamics of the previous record is taken less in consideration, in favor of slower and more heavy sounds.