The hardcore genre at Incubate

September 11, 2013

Hardcore punk, or simply hardcore, is a harsh form of punk music. Usually it’s faster, more aggressive and heavier than usual punk music. Black Flag, The Dead Kennedys and Mötorhead are among bands considered originators of the genre. At this year’s Incubate a variety of hardcore bands and offshoots will be performing. Hardcore originated in […]

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[Incubate Tips] Houten Deathfest on 28 – 29 June

June 17, 2013

A good start of your week could be checking out the brutal line-up of Houten Deathfest. That should blast the weekend laziness right out of your head. On 28 and 29 of June, Houten will be visited by 18 of the filthiest, blunt and uncompromising death metal bands around. The line-up boasts names like Internal […]

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Museum cancels Napalm Death gig for fear of them destroying the building

March 20, 2013

Napalm Death (who played last years Incubate) are loud. Everyone knows that. That’s why it’s not that surprising that a gig by the infamous grindcore band at the Victoria & Albert Museum was cancelled; it’s surprising they were allowed to play there at all. Especially when you read what was about to go down. “The free gig […]

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Was this your weekend?

February 27, 2012

  Wormrot is a grindcore band from Singapore and for us well known, because they played at our festival in September. And now.. they played with a goat.

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[Win] Vinyl, t-shirt & 1×2 tickets releaseshow Dead Neanderthals

February 14, 2012

We are in a generous mood this week, every day of this week you can win something via our blog! Yesterdaywe gave away tickets for Yukon Blonde and today we got something special. Last September the Dead Neanderthals played a really amazing show at our festival. With their grindcore played by only drums & a saxophone they get […]

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Wormrot (Incubate 2011) arrested in Malaysia

January 7, 2012

Singaporian grindcore band Wormrot, who performed on Incubate 2011, have been arrested in Malaysia! This is what their manager said: “After several questions and telling us that it is wrong for unmarried Muslim men and women to be in one room, they took our passports and we were taken to the police station to give […]

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Maruta split up

November 22, 2011

Maruta calls it quits! The Floridian grindcore band Maruta, who performed on this year’s Incubate Festival, gave an official statement last night to Lambgoat. Frontman Mitchell Luna: ‘We have officially called it quits. We beat the horse to death, brought it back to life, dragged it around, and beat it to death again enough times […]

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[Incu Thursday] Afterparty DJ’s announced, Lärm and Heretic cancelled: Suffering Quota replaces!

September 1, 2011

We had our “Program complete” Incu Thursday last week, but with a festival with over 250 artists, program changes are unavoidable! Therefore, another Incu Thursday! Remember, you can buy your tickets for Incubate 2011 here! And camping tickets as well. Bare in mind the camping tickets are limited! First of all the bad news: The drummer […]

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[Listen] Dead Neanderthals (#incu11) full album stream

August 27, 2011

Stream the new Dead Neanderthals album which was released on Batshit Records about a week ago. Dead Neanderthals are set to play Incubate on Friday the 16th from 20:00/20:30. Get your tickets for this show over here.

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[Watch] Full Maruta (#incu11) performance at Churchills, Miami last weekend

August 10, 2011

Grind on! The guys from Maruta will head on the road soon together with Wormrot, also making a stop at our lovely Incubate festival for some serious grindcore business. They played along with Grindlink and the mighty Phobia last weekend, which was recorded as well. Watch your volume as the first half is pretty low […]

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[Interview] Why Norwegianism Records won’t stop looking for weird stuff

March 7, 2014

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Sometimes a small record label or festival pops up somewhere in the Netherlands. They all have one thing in common: they are born out of passion for music. Or maybe more out of passion for weird stuff. To get a better picture of this, I had a word with René from Nijmegen; half of Norwegianism […]

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