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Dyprax & Norphine – Don’t Fear Death [MOHDIGI190]

In the current hardcore world of 4 track releases, remixes from just about everybody who can operate a DAW, and huge compilation releases on a regular basis from various labels, the release of a single track is a seriously bold statement. The label is basically saying “yeah, it’s that good” – and Masters of Hardcore … Continue reading Dyprax & Norphine – Don’t Fear Death [MOHDIGI190]

Innominate – Execution – Release Review

Innominate is a duo formed by Belgium hero Igneon System and Polish madman I:Gor. These two have been pumping out releases left and right this year and only a few weeks after “Built to Hurt (out on PRSPCT Recordings)”, they have two more tracks for us already! Out on Igneon System’s sublabel for The Third … Continue reading Innominate – Execution – Release Review

E-Force featuring Luna – F*ck This Nation – Track Review

It’s always a wonderful little pick-me-up when I see that E-Force has released a new track, especially because this one is featuring a long time Hardstyle veteran, Luna. The track is lighter as compared to other tracks by E-Force, but Luna offers a wonderful synth design behind the aggressive chugs of E-Force’s kicks which makes … Continue reading E-Force featuring Luna – F*ck This Nation – Track Review

Regain & Typhoon – Ultimate Victory – Track Review

Typhoon is my favorite producer to have been discovered by Zatox when the Italian legend started his Unite record label. It’s actually been close to two years since Typhoon has released anything new and so what a better way to break back into the scene then to collaborate with another artist rapidly climbing the ranks … Continue reading Regain & Typhoon – Ultimate Victory – Track Review

Acid Enema – Misanthropic Visions – Album Review

The Las Vegas based blackened speed metal duo is back at it after ten long years, this time in a stunning and massive 16 track digipack via Sawblade Records (limited cassette version as well)! This release features incredible sound design incorporating guitars and vocals along with drum machines and sequencers to blend hardcore techno elements … Continue reading Acid Enema – Misanthropic Visions – Album Review