Tag: Triple B Records

NEWS: Loyal To The Grave strive to survive!

A surprise announcement for this year’s incarnation of Bloodaxe Festival in June, Japanese Hardcore crew Loyal To The Grave are set to return with their first audio confession in seven long years on 17th May via Triple B Records. It will come in the form of an EP titled “Rectitude” which features a guest vocal

Bootleg: Mindforce in Salt Lake City!

A pro-shot full set from Mindforce at Soundwell in Salt Lake City, Utah 15th October is exactly what the Doctor ordered at the band continue to rip up the road in support of their September released via Triple B Records album “New Lords“. Incredibly for a Hardcore record it’s clocked up 1.2 million streams on

Bootleg: Dead Heat at Sound Of Revolution!

Pro-shot by Nick Tronckoe Media and Roughneck Media in multicam style at The Sound Of Revolution Festival in 2019 and sat on the shelf since, here’s a freshly unveiled full set from Dead Heat. The Oxnard, California based Crossover Thrash act dropped what they termed their second debut album in the summer in “World At

Bootleg: One Step Closer in Worcester!

Pro-shot at The Palladium in Worcester Massachusetts on 5th July 2019, here’s a full set from Hardcore quintet One Step Closer. The band who might be named after the Linkin Park song from “Hybrid Theory” dropped their six track debut “From Me To You” on Triple B Records six months earlier.

Bootleg: One Step Closer in Glasgow!

It’s a long ass way from Wilkes Barre Pennsylvania to Glasgow Scotland but that didn’t stop One Step Closer from joining Turnstile, Glitterer and Gag at The Garage on 4th March 2020. The Hardcore quintet, who dropped their six track debut “From Me To You” on Triple B Records in January 2019 are way past

Bootleg: Mindforce slice up Long Island!

Described by Kerrang Magazine as one of the 50 Best Hardcore bands in America today, Poughkeepsie New York’s Mindforce had their 2018 album “Excalibur” snapped up for release by Boston Massachusetts “Too hardcore for smartphone punks. Too punk for clap mosh losers” underground label Triple B Records. So here’s a full set from them at