Tag: Trustkill Records

Bootleg: Most Precious Blood in Louisville Kentucky!

It has been a decade since “Do Not Resuscitate” so we could be asking will we ever see Most Precious Blood again? The New York Hardcore crew have regularly denied break up rumours and with vocalist Rob Fusco also in One King Down, it seems they have taken a back seat. Here’s freshly roasted footage

Bootleg: It Dies Today in Brazil!

Filmed at The Clubhouse in Brazil, here’s a partial set from Buffalo New York’s It Dies Today from 2007. It sees the band fronted by former Still Remains bassist Jason Woods and playing tracks from “The Caitiff Choir” and “Sirens” as they waited on the green light from Trustkill Records for their third and sadly

Bootleg: Most Precious Blood in Montreal!

At The Rainbow on 29th May 2003 and filmed by Sebastian Lapointe no less, New York Hardcore crew Most Precious Blood were touring our personal favourite of their albums “Our Lady of Annihilation“, the cover of which has artwork by by Justin Borucki. It was the first of the bands albums to feature One King Down

Documentary: Bleeding Through on Fuse!

Much to our surprise, Trustkill Records YouTube channel has come back to life and given us the full episode of Uranium on Fuse TV that aired in 2004. The documentary is one that sees Orange County Californian Metalcore heroes Bleeding Through as they tour through the summer on Ozzfest playing their seminal album “This Is

Bootleg: If Hope Dies in Burlington Vermont!

1st November 2005 saw Metalcore merchants If Hope Dies at Higher Ground in Burlington Vermont, a set that was captured by Sébastien Laponte and brought to digital life by hate5six. That was a year before they officially called time on the band, but things aren’t over. They’re still very much active on social media, still

Bootleg: Most Precious Blood in Montreal!

Rewinding the clock back to 4th February 2003 for his freshly released and loving restored full set from New York Hardcore crew Most Precious Blood which took place at Salle L’X in Montreal Canada, it serves as a reminder of what we’ve been missing out on. It was recorded by Sebastian Lapointe and was restored

Bootleg: Most Precious Blood in Burlington!

If there was one band we could seemingly bring back from the grave it would be Most Precious Blood. It’s been nine long years since “Do Not Resuscitate” and while they have always claimed that they’re just taking time off with no pressing urge to write, the New York Hardcore act are much missed in

Bootleg: Bleeding Through in Manchester!

28th September 2004 saw Orange County’s finest Bleeding Through tear down Jilly’s Rockworld in Manchester, a venue that sadly no longer exists. The Metalcore heroes are working on a follow up to 2019’s “Love Will Kill All“, their ninth studio album in all. The group have been working on the outing with Mick Kenney (Motionless

Bootleg: Most Precious Blood in Manchester!

Courtesy of David Tan, here’s a a pro-shot full set from New York Hardcore Punks Most Precious Blood. It took place at The Star & Garter in Manchester on 28th September 2004 as the band tore across Europe in support of the brilliance that is “Our Lady Of Annihilation“. Who can forget “The Great Red

Throwback: “Suffocate” by First Blood!

Back in 2006 a Hardcore band broke out of San Francisco with an album entitled “Killafornia” via Trustkill Records fronted by Carl Schwartz with numerous references and samples from the 1982 first chapter of the Rambo franchise. That band is First Blood. Something like 26 musicians have performed in the band since they started out