youth of today

Interview With Into Another/Underdog Singer Richie Birkenhead, Part Two
Last week, we caught up with Into Another and Underdog singer Richie Birkenhead, who we had been trying to track down for an interview for about four months. When we settled into a chat, Birkenhead felt like as much of a fan as we are. In this second part of our conversation, Birkenhead mused about the state of hardcore, the scene of which he was an integral part of 20 years ago, his favorite memo
Interview With Into Another/Underdog Singer Richie Birkenhead, Part One
"I am a huge Into Another fan, too! I miss that band," Richie Birkenhead told Noisecreep, in part one of our two-part interview with the singer, when we revealed how much we adore his mid-90s, progressive post-hardcore band that released a pair of albums on Revelation before upstreaming to the not-so-greener pastures of major labeldom at Hollywood Records...
Underdog, ‘Matchless’ — New Album
In the late '80s, Underdog were a staple of the New York hardcore scene. The band was spearheaded by vocalist Richie Birkenhead, who played guitar in Youth of Today between 1986 and 1987, and Russ 'Wheeler' Iglay, who did time in Murphy's Law...
Top 10 New York Hardcore Albums
Back in the early '80s, when what we know now as hardcore music began, no one would have ever expected it to be flourishing the way it is today, decades later. These days, it's not that out of the ordinary to see hardcore bands selling out 1,000 seat theaters, and playing alongside black and death metal outfits...