This is 9Albums/EPs You Should Liste To Week 31, every week I pick 9 albums/EPs recently released by unknown artists that I share with you, I enjoyed all, so I want to invite you to give them a chance and listen to them. The album of the week is for our friend from DCxPC Live Vol. 22.
DCxPC’s latest compilation. It features four remarkable artists in totality, two artists being from Florida (Sticky Steve, & Dougie Flesh and the Slashers) and two artists from Tennessee (Jacob Danielson-Moore, & Borrowed Sparks).
Moat Cobra Live & Dead Vol. 1 is a great band to kick that series off with, as their hybrid of hardcore punk and sludge metal transcends that energy brilliantly in both formats.
Degenerates of Punk are active members of the New England punk scene and maintain working relationships with other bands that they refer to as “a large extended family.”
I was hooked right away. This was some killer metal but with great ardcore/punk influences. It was fast as hell, dirty as fuck, and heavier than I’d seen in a long time. Mr. P (DCxPC) on the first impression of No Coffin
The DCxPC live performances are streaming everywhere on Friday, January 20th and the 7-inch vinyl is available on the DCxPC website for pre-order now! Pressed on sea glass blue and a limited-edition quantity of 200.
“The band formed as a reaction to swelling neo-fascism that accompanied the rise of Trumpism in late 2016, with the goal of rehumanizing experience with hook-laden yet boundary blurring sounds.”
The label describes Some Kind of Nightmare as “touring machines,” as they spend at least half the year of every year over the last decade on the road. Their sound is raw, fast, and energetic. A live energy that transcends so well on record. The stage presence is felt on recording.
“During the first week of sales, all purchasers will be entered into a raffle to win the corresponding VML Live album. For example, this is DCxPC Live Vol. 5, so we will raffle off VML Live Vol. 5 Presents Sloppy Seconds. The album also includes a reversible cover, so fans can choose whether to display the class VML style or the band photo cover style.”