Latest News

NEQUIENT - Wolves At The Door (CD)

Review: NEQUIENT – “Wolves at the Door” – Svbterranean

“Chicago’s NEQUIENT unleash over 40 minutes of atypical hardcore mayhem on their full-length debut, Wolves at the Door. […] They rip and roar through various extreme metal subgenres, melding them almost perfectly, to arrive at their ultimate goal at ripping listeners to shreds. For Fans Of: Graf Orlock, The Taste of Blood, Apiary, Converge, and Coalesce.” – Svbterranean

Ricarda Cometa

Premiere: RICARDA COMETA twist melody into strange shapes on “Panca y Piquín” – Treble

“Minimal but intense, showcasing a woozy instrumental style that showcases a heavy no wave influence as well as a more powerful indie sound that recalls the likes of Battles and Gnarwhal. The duo pulls and twists melody into odd shapes and urgent rhythms. It’s tense, strange, mangled and wiry music that hits hard but challenges conceptions of what rock music should be. If this is even rock music.” – Treble

Ricarda Cometa

RICARDA COMETA: “Panca y Piquín” By South American Improv Duo Playing At Treble; Ricarda Cometa 2 Nears Release Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

Treble is now streaming “Panca y Piquín,” the new single from Argentine-Peruvian improvisational instrumental duo RICARDA COMETA’s new album, Ricarda Cometa 2, which is nearing release June 1st through Nefarious Industries. Influenced by no-wave, math rock, African, Latin, and Asian ritual music, RICARDA … Continue reading

Fuck Your Birthday - Afterlife

Premiere: FUCK YOUR BIRTHDAY “Afterlife” – Toilet ov Hell

““Afterlife” drips with an earnest sound that is as catchy as it is sneeringly in-your-face. It reminds me of when I used to stay up late in high school, recording college radio shows to cassette, and just hoping the DJ actually says what they’re playing. This is the type of song that I would have loved to find on Napster and force my friends to listen to. In the age of crystal clear production in million-dollar studios, FUCK YOUR BIRTHDAY is a welcome throwback to a time when bands just said “Fuck it. Let’s record an album and hit the road.”” – Toilet ov Hell

NEQUIENT - photo by Nicolas Côté

NEQUIENT: Wolves At The Door By Chicago Metal/Hardcore Act Streaming At New Noise Magazine; Album Out Friday Via Nefarious Industries – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Nicolas Côté] Wolves At The Door, the new album by Chicago metallic hardcore outfit NEQUIENT, is streaming in its entirety at New Noise Magazine as the album is prepared for release this Friday through Nefarious Industries. An unrelenting eleven-track … Continue reading

NEQUIENT - Wolves At The Door (CD)

NEQUIENT: Wolves at the Door 8.0/10 review – Ghost Cult Magazine

“A sea change seems to be afoot in the heavy music game. Young bands like Code Orange, Knocked Loose and now NEQUIENT’s approach to the genre is to craft albums that pull from as wide a net of influences as possible and spinning that yarn into functional songs. On Wolves at the Door (Nefarious Industries) NEQUIENT uses d-beat-laden Crust Punk as a framework, and stacks on Thrash, Grindcore, Hardcore, Sludge and Black Metal to create a collage of brutality.” – Ghost Cult Magazine

Nequient

NEQUIENT: “Cult Of Ignorance” Streaming At Decibel Magazine; Nefarious Industries To Release Wolves At The Door By Chicago Quartet Next Week – Earsplit Compound

[photo by Nicolas Côté] As Nefarious Industries prepares to release Wolves At The Door – the new album by Chicago-based metallic hardcore quartet NEQUIENT – Decibel Magazine has premiered the album’s wicked “Cult Of Ignorance.” “Cult Of Ignorance” is a good example of how … Continue reading

NEQUIENT - photo by Nicolas Côté

Track Premiere: NEQUIENT Taps Old Veins with “Cult of Ignorance” – Decibel Magazine

“There are many things in life that will instantly put a stupid smile on my stupider face. The list includes, but is not limited to, D-beat madness, late ’90s/’00s chaoscore, and the collapse of mankind transposed into sound. Wolves at the Door, the debut album by Chicago’s NEQUIENT, comes blazing in on a misanthropy-fueled ICBM missile sporting all of the above and, therefore, our enthusiastic stamp of approval.” – Decibel Magazine