Tag: 2020 Flex

Interview: Speed talk Hardcore with KnotFest!

Australian Hardcore crew Speed played their first US show and just their 15th as a band as they rolled up at Sound And Fury Festival. That was followed by this interview with KnotFest as they talk about their record A Gang Called Speed, what it’s like to break out of their native territory and how

Review: “Gang Called Speed” by Speed

Formed in 2019, Sydney-based Australian Hardcore crew Speed have built for themselves a reputation for a no holds barred approach and an incendiary live show, inciting fans into stage dives, high fives and crowd surfing while they rip it up on the stage. Speed showcase a tough exterior, but amplify their sense of identity and

NEWS: Speed unleash second single “Move”!

With a mission in mind, Speed are setting out to put Australian hardcore on the map. Despite a tough exterior they amplify their sense of identity and community in everything they do in classic Hardcore fashion. Drawing influence from old school acts like Biohazard and Merauder just as much as bands like Trapped Under Ice,

NEWS: Speed warn us they’re not that nice…

Recorded with Elliott Gallart at Chameleon Studios, Australian Hardcore crew Speed have released the first single of six songs from a new EP titled “Gang Called Speed“, lyrically the record is based around recognizing who you are in this world, taking ownership of that identity and not letting anyone tell you otherwise. Lead single “Not

Playthrough: Full Set from Speed!

This time last month we review “2020 Flex“, a two track single from Australian Hardcore act Speed, which you can snag over at bandcamp via Flatspot Records. Pro-shot during one of the side shows around Invasion Fest, here’s dedicated drum cam footage from the Landsdowne Hotel in Sydney on 17th January 2020 as well as

Review: “2020 Flex” by Speed

Formed in 2019 in Sydney Australia, Speed are a Hardcore band marking their debut in the US via Flatspot Records and making it a point to stand up not only against racism and xenophobia but also the toxic masculinity and gender prejudices that have crept their way into hardcore by having at their core the