Snake Charmer are a Hamilton band and have a nine song EP out on Schizophrenic Records.
Abyss is made up of members from Rammer, Column of Heaven, Purity Control and Legion666 and they deliver a heavy dose of grindcore.
S.H.I.T. is made up of members from Violent Future, Purity Control, Molested Youth, Owl Eyes, Urban Blight and such a lineage makes for a potent blast of intense hardcore played at breakneck speed. The vocals the vocals are reminiscent of Bad Brains, maybe because the band is known to cover […]
Bryen Dunn invited Punks And Rockers to some of our videos at the Velvet Underground for one of his STAIN events. It was a night of drag queens, Sluts On 45 and rock’n’roll corrupting the youth of today and old school punks.
The Groggies are an old school sound hardcore band from Barrie.
The Sluts On 45 first official music video, “I Like You (Let’s Party)” was directed by Punks And Rockers’ Aldo Erdic. The video release party was held at Rancho Relaxo and had people dancing along to the video and laughing at a blooper reel. Then the Sluts hit the stage […]
The semi-annual funding drive for CIUT was held this week, with listeners pledging to support their favourite shows. The indominable Stephe Perry and his Equilizing X Distort have being doing tremendous job over the past few years. Not only does he help program the show, he sets up the live […]
Talk – Action = 0 is what Joe Keithly and DOA were always about. Joe was always involved in various causes and political actions and now, after 35 years, he has retired the band and will be taking his dedication to the next level. After this farewell tour, Joe will […]
This was a very much anticipated show. Toronto’s 1990’s punks Hockey Teeth opened up the show with some old style mayhem and got the crowd riled up. When the Samoans hit the stage, the crowd and band gave it their all. The aggressive assault combined with fast, melodic songs, got […]
1980’s: TORONTO HARDCORE From 1979 to the early 1980’s the Toronto punk scene was in transition. The big break that many groups were probably hoping for never happened. While the U.K. and New York scenes were considered the vanguards of the the punk movement, the Toronto scene was largely ignored […]