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VIDEO PREMIERE: Dangerkids “We’re All In Danger”

The Dayton, Ohio five-piece released their debut album Collapse via Rise Records in 2013, ushering in a new kind of energy and excitement to the world of electronically influenced post-hardcore. Currently on tour in Europe, Dangerkids found the time to release this music video for the eponymous track “We’re All In Danger.” As far as story goes, this video doesn’t seem to offer a whole lot of explanation, but the quick cuts and unsteady shots do justice to the frenzy of one of their live shows. If you don’t know Dangerkids, you will after this.

Review: Palisades – ‘Mind Games’

Mind Games

‘Mind Games’ Album Stream

As a hardcore kid, turning up with friends who aren’t into heavy music can ignite a bit of an identity crisis. Parties can be hard to navigate if you aren’t the biggest fan of Top 40, and some people won’t be enthused when you try to blast Bring Me The Horizon instead. The answer to the riddle of how to get by as a hardcore kid who also likes to go hard is Palisades’ new album, Mind Games.

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Top 10 HXC Approved Albums of 2014

10 Best Albums of 2014

2014 was a huge year for music.  We saw the first time a band from the post-hardcore scene put on a music festival that was entirely in, of and for the scene with A Day To Remember’s Self Help Fest.  We watched the aftermath of My Chemical Romance’s breakup dissolve into glorified solo projects. The Bury The Hatchet Tour finally happened, marking a long awaited resolution between Escape the Fate and Falling in Reverse. And hell, even Taylor Swift gets a shout out since more hardcore-influenced bands covered her songs than ever before.   So the real question is: what were the best musical moments of the year?  Check out our editors’ picks for the Top Albums of 2014 in no particular order and let us know what some of your favorites were!

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