There was a point earlier in 2020 when there was a question mark in our minds over the continuation of Connecticut Metallic Hardcore quintet Boundaries future. Travis Tabron had stepped down from Varials and vocalist Matthew McDougal was filling in during their live shows and doing a stand out job of it. However it seems
Returning to Bloodaxe Fest at Club Citta in Kawasaki Japan on 21st September 2019, here’s dedicated drum cam footage of Varials sticksman Sean Rauchut playing the full set. Vocalist Travis Tabron exited stage left earlier this year and after a run with Boundaries frontman Matt McDougal filling in, we’ve seen footage of the band back
When pressed for an answer by an over zealous journalist, a politician simply doesn’t have the option of saying “I’d rather not say” and it’s the same for Connecticut Metallic Hardcore act Boundaries whose stories of bleak existence reach a new level with the song. Lyrically, the song confronts the fear that love can only be
What’s the opposite of being “ahead of the curve“? Boundaries have answered that question with this new cut from their upcoming debut album “Your Receding Warmth” and this new track “Behind the Bend“. The album drops on 13th November having been recorded with producer Randy Leboeuf at Graphic Nature Audio.
Ain’t it funny how some bands seem to have been around forever and yet are still to drop a full length record on us? Well righting that wrong are Connecticut’s Boundaries. They’ve been on the grind since 2015 and are known for a high energy live set, relentless touring with the likes of The Acacia
Varials have offered up a snippet of life in lockdown that seems to confirm that Matt McDougal from Boundaries was just a fill in after original vocalist Travis Tabron exited stage left. The clip also features a couple of new riffs while sharing their love of the new Counterparts record “Nothing Left To Love“.
After an incredible year in 2019 that saw Sacramento, California Deathcore crew Smack’d Up take to the stage with Lorna Shore, Enterprise Earth and Boundaries to name but a few, they’ve returned with a new EP entitled “Death Reign“. Recorded and produced by Chris Biermans with additional Drum production edits by Nick Hyatt of Precursor Studios, Matt Kupers (Vocals), Chris Biermans
Much to our surprise, Alternative Press have dropped a list of Hardcore bands that they think you should know in 2020 – and – there is no-one questionable on it! Our very own Ithaca are the surprise on the list with a number of female fronted acts getting a look in!
We’ll be honest and say Boundaries vocalist Matt McDougal was the last person we expected to step into Travis Tabron’s Varials shoes but to be fair to him, he’s absolutely killed it live. They’re thrown out this 15 minute tour diary mashup that splices together live footage with some crazy moments and it’s hilarious! “In
Varials drummer Sean Rauchut was filmed on drum cam laying down one of the stand out tracks on their sophomore album “In Darkness” for a sold out crowd. The studio version of the track sees Counterparts vocalist Brendan Murphy make a guest appearance but all we want to know is… Will Boundaries vocalist Matt McDougal