Snapcase – Bright Flashes – Review

July 12, 2004

When a band releases a hodge-podge of new tracks, remixes, and covers, they’re trying to stay in the spotlight. That said, Snapcase always delivers the goods.

Snapcase – End Transmission – Review

January 3, 2003

As Snapcase has carried on Refused’s progressive hardcore, they’ve been swept aside by the rise of nü metal and “poppy” hardcore. An unfair turn of events.

Victory Style – 5 – Review

November 11, 2002

In between old-timers dropping by, Victory Style 5 is the label introducing their new signees. For your “cover every subgenre” needs, look no further.

For Those Who Stand – Review

April 19, 2002

The more struggle for equality, defying authority, speaking up against “the norm,” the better. And what better way to do it all than through music?

Victory Style – 4 – Review

June 1, 2000

After what seems like an eternity of tough guy, chug-a-lug metalcore releases, Victory is getting back to what the label does best: Variety.

No Borders – Review

January 1, 2000

Half Japanese, half American hardcore, many of the names here are familiar, and the others are the Japanese bands that make this comp worth listening to.

Victory Singles – Review

November 1, 1998

A collection of singles from the last few years by Snapcase, Hi Fi and the Roadburners, Strife, Integrity, Psywarfare, Blood for Blood, and Damnation A.D..

Victory Style – Review

May 1, 1996

The compilation includes standards from Earth Crisis and Snapcase, veterans Warzone and Cause For Alarm, and the newest Victory bands One Life Crew and Deadguy.

Snapcase – Steps – Review

September 1, 1995

Hardcore with metal crunch is a popular trend recently. A super-thick bass line leads raging, and often distorted, vocals and rich guitar harmonies.