"Hardcore is meeting a kid from halfway across the world for the first time and feeling like you have known him or her for all your life. Hardcore is driving eight hours when you are flat broke to see a band most people would say that can’t play their instruments and that you can’t understand their singer. Hardcore is knowing that your phone bill will kill you. Hardcore is road trips, touring and meeting people. Hardcore is a teacher. Teaching we are all equal, that colours or sexual preferences don’t matter. Hardcore teaches that animals are not ours to kill and to open your mind and question everything. Hardcore is moshing in your bedroom. Hardcore is energy, emotion and anger. Hardcore is that feeling when I see or hear new band that sends chills down my spine."
— Scott Vogel - Terror (via ampmz)
Anonymous asked: Do black people listen to hardcore in the UK?
I’ve already answered this one before, there are no black people in the UK…..