H2O Have Nothing to Prove – New Video

Toby and the boys just dropped their new video for “Nothing to Prove” from their superb record of the same name. The video is short, but you’ll have a blast picking out the hardcore legends singing along to the...

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Dropkick Murphys at Roseland • 3/7/2009
Mar17

Dropkick Murphys at Roseland • 3/7/2009

Dropkick Murphys, H2O, Civet Roseland Ballroom, New York March 7, 2009 St. Patrick’s Day is here, which means the Dropkick Murphys have to be close by. At least they were—a week ago. This is their second pass through the Big Apple, supporting their phenomenal record, “The Meanest of Times,” and this time, the Dropkicks brought a few friends. Members of Agnostic Front and Sick of it All mulled around back stage and long time...

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Radio Bungalo #38 – New GNR, Metallica Rocks, Shackshakers at Mercury Lounge, and Sasha Grey
Oct26

Radio Bungalo #38 – New GNR, Metallica Rocks, Shackshakers at Mercury Lounge, and Sasha Grey

Sorry if you are getting this twice through the RSS feed. We had complaints about the ACC file and had to reupload it as an MP3. Hosts: Chuck Nasty and Georgie Bungalo Air Date: October 23, 2008 Show Reviews: *Gwar at Starland Ballroom Chuck: “Toxic Holocaust was the main focus of the show. It was awesome, I bought a t-shirt and the album on record. It was put out by relapse.” *Legendary Shackshakers at Mercury Lounge (My...

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Radio Bungalo #37 : H2O Interview
May22

Radio Bungalo #37 : H2O Interview

[display_podcast] The latest episode of Radio Bungalo is in the feed. Click play to hear it or choose download to play it in your MP3 player. Hosts: George Koroneos & Chuck Nasty Interview: Todd Morse of H2O Music: Brine + Bastards, H2O, Young Werewolves, Iron Maiden Show Notes: This week we talk about whether melodic hardcore really is hardcore, we interview Todd Morse of H2O about his new record “Nothing to Prove,”...

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H2O “Nothing to Prove”
May18

H2O “Nothing to Prove”

H2O “Nothing To Prove” Bridge 9 Records H2O have returned after a very long hiatus and their fans couldn’t be luckier. Clocking in at just under 30 minutes, “Nothing to Prove” is a potent melding of power punk and mid-90s hardcore, lacking any macho posturing and soaked with infectiously catchy tunes. H2O have never been known as a traditional hardcore act, eschewing the cookie monster vocals favored by...

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