Adapt/Outlast
toxicbreedsfunhouse:

Full Of Hell // The Dial Collective

toxicbreedsfunhouse:

Full Of Hell // The Dial Collective

Years spent in fear fade to black. What a fucking catch. Lay back, relax, so long.

Years spent in fear fade to black. What a fucking catch. Lay back, relax, so long.

jesusernestomartinez:

Dillafest photos pt 2! featuring

COWARDICE

A HOPE NOT FORGOTTEN

Damn. Jake G. Pit warrior.

jesusernestomartinez:

DILLAFEST PT 5 Photos featuring

NO FUTURE

THISTOPIA

hate5sixofficial:

Foxfires
February 25, 2012 [HELL Comp Release]
The Democracy Center
Cambridge, MA

hate5sixofficial:

People keep asking if I have a donation bin at shows. I didn’t. But now I do. I laser etched this mission statement on top of the box lid. Look for it at shows I’m filming! Photo: Birds In Row, by AXO.
This project stands for the redistribution of high-quality live music videos in as much of an anti-capitalist framework as realistically allowable. At its crux, music is the communication of ideas through rhythm and sound. The introduction of money into the equation invariably obscures that connection. In an era when the turnover rate in the community is staggeringly high, this site serves as a vehicle for preservation and posterity. Institutional memory is key in any setting, and hardcore is no exception. A band’s live performance tells a story about a particular moment in time relative to a particular audience. The intention here is to share that story with people who could not be there to experience it, both physically and temporally, or with those who have no conception of what hardcore is. 

Without an audience, a band is just sending acoustic vibrations into an empty room. Without a band, bodies are just standing catatonically in a room waiting for inspiration or some other activation of the senses. This interface between the two defines an impassable gap between seeing a live show in the flesh and watching a two dimensional projection of said show on a screen. They can never be equivalent, but there are ways to construct a bridge that attempts to close that gap. The retelling of these narratives in this manner is the sole mission of hate5six.com. 

Your donations support the continued growth of this project.

http://hate5six.com/donate

hate5sixofficial:

People keep asking if I have a donation bin at shows. I didn’t. But now I do. I laser etched this mission statement on top of the box lid. Look for it at shows I’m filming! Photo: Birds In Row, by AXO.

This project stands for the redistribution of high-quality live music videos in as much of an anti-capitalist framework as realistically allowable. At its crux, music is the communication of ideas through rhythm and sound. The introduction of money into the equation invariably obscures that connection. In an era when the turnover rate in the community is staggeringly high, this site serves as a vehicle for preservation and posterity. Institutional memory is key in any setting, and hardcore is no exception. A band’s live performance tells a story about a particular moment in time relative to a particular audience. The intention here is to share that story with people who could not be there to experience it, both physically and temporally, or with those who have no conception of what hardcore is.

Without an audience, a band is just sending acoustic vibrations into an empty room. Without a band, bodies are just standing catatonically in a room waiting for inspiration or some other activation of the senses. This interface between the two defines an impassable gap between seeing a live show in the flesh and watching a two dimensional projection of said show on a screen. They can never be equivalent, but there are ways to construct a bridge that attempts to close that gap. The retelling of these narratives in this manner is the sole mission of hate5six.com.

Your donations support the continued growth of this project.

http://hate5six.com/donate

NO FUTURE at Coffee Oasis 7/19/14