Review: Paint It BlackFamine

A decade on from their last record—the blistering Invisible EP from 2013—East-coast stalwarts Paint It Black return with Famine, a record that tries to bottle 10 years of agitation, anxiety and anger into a 16-minute firestorm of lean, biting hardcore. It’s a much more patient record than before, but it would maybe give the wrong impression to call it “mature”; the music from Paint It Black is still just as fiery and angry as it was 20 years ago, just more measured and controlled. This relative change of pace has been brewing since 2008—the year of their last full-length New … Continue reading Review: Paint It BlackFamine