Founding guitarist of hardcore punk band Zeta faces deportation

By Kwase Lane, Staff Writer [Photo courtesy of Zeta/Nick Zimmer Photography] Daniel Eduardo Hernandez Saud, founding guitarist of the experimental punk band Zeta, is now being faced with deportation to Venezuela. Saud had previously applied for U.S. residency along with the other three members of the band, but his application was rejected. Read More: Steadfast…

Album Review: Turnstile – Time & Space

By Marvin Dotiyal, Features Editor [Roadrunner; 2018] Rating 6.5/10 Key Tracks: “Big Smile”, “Generator”, “High Pressure” The definition of East Coast hardcore would be inadequate without its founding fathers like Minor Threat, Bad Brains and Born Against, but it would be dead without modern successors like Turnstile. As a band that has been pushing boundaries…

Album Review: Glassjaw – Material Control

By Eli Schoop, Copy Editor [Globochem; 2017] Rating: 6/10 Key Tracks: “New White Extremity”, “Shira”, “Citizen” The 2010’s have been the decade of the reboot. Whether it’s veering towards comics and the constant adaptations of Spiderman, Batman, or the X-Men, or the reappearance of such giants as My Bloody Valentine, Wu-Tang Clan, and Sleater-Kinney, the…