Like Moths To Flames No Eternity In Gold The fifth studio album from the Ohio- metalcore band Like Moths To Flames, following on form 2017's Dark Devine. "Decades worth of grinding it on the road have lead Like Moths To Flames to a point in their career that such experience can be outpoured into eleven perfectly crafted tracks with such emotion and angst that it simply leaves you breathless and begging for more. No Eternity in Gold could be their finest work to date." - Rock 'N' Load UNFD CD | LP
Deez Nuts Stay True Reissue of Deez Nuts' debut album and now including their first ever release, the Red Your Hood EP. Straight up, old school hardcore that packs a mighty punch. UNFD CD | LP
Buried In Verona Vultures Above, Lions Below Monumental and grand melodic metalcore from Sydney's Buried In Verona. This was the fifth and final album from the band before disbanding and definitely one that left a strong, lasting impression. If you're into the likes of We Came As Romans or In Hearts Wake then check this out. Raising the bar high from the onset, towering opener ‘Vultures Above’ bursts forth with savage energy. Larger than life riffs accompanied by venomous gang vocals are a tried and tested formula for metalcore success, but this brand of contagion doesn’t surface often. “You cannot bury me,” barks ‘Dig Me Out’ amongst its quirky tech infusion, followed by the melodic destruction of a ‘Hurricane’, showcasing their talent at its heaviest. - Already Heard UNFD CD
Cursed Earth Cycles of Grief: The Complete Collection Combining both of their Cycles Of Grief EPs, this is a rip-roaring, ragingly good mix of metal and hardcore from Cursed Earth. If you dig the likes of Employed To Serve, Code Orange or In Hearts Wake then definitely give this a listen. “when you put both of these solid EP volumes together as one, you have one of the best hardcore releases you’ll hear in 2017”. - Kill your Stereo UNFD CD | LP
Cursed Earth Cycles Of Grief Vol 1: Growth A limited EP that packs a huge punch, blistering metal combined with relentless hardcore from Perth's Cursed Earth. The fans of Code Orange, Emplyed To Serve and In Hearts Wake should get amongst this. The EP’s highlight comes in the form of frontwoman Jazmine Luders’ incendiary vocal delivery, who spits bile and venom in equal measure with her commanding, caustic roar. - Hysteria Mag UNFD 10"
Storm The Sky Sin Will Find You Second album from Melbourne's Storm The Sky. A sweet cross of alt punk / hardcore that should appeal to the fans of letlive, Glassjaw and Beartooth. “Sin Will Find You is intentionally 100 percent based on my life,” states frontman William Jarratt. “I wanted to write the most open record I could, because I was sick of worrying about what people might think if they knew who I really am. I was holding back so as not to hurt anyone – so much so that I was lying about petty things just to stop people from judging me or disliking something that was inherently part of who I was. Writing it, I felt a weight lift off my shoulders.” UNFD CD | LP