Monday, December 26, 2011

The Hate 5 Six Diaries: Volume One DVD benefiting One Hundred For Haiti

Our friends over at Hate 5 Six are running a sale on all orders for DVDs/shirts placed between now and January 1st.  All orders received during that time will ship FOR FREE.  Pick up a shirt and DVD today.  I personally can not think of a better gift for that special HC kid in your life.  All the proceeds from the Hate 5 Six Diaries DVD go to benefit One Hundred of Haiti.  Help support an awesome website and a great cause.

Purchase your copy here:

View trailer here!

The Hate 5 Six Diaries: Volume One
Benefiting One Hundred for Haiti.

Featuring nearly 4 hours of live footage of:
Black Kites
Damnation AD
Have Heart
Iron Chic
Kid Dynamite
Pulling Teeth
Ruiner (from the last show)
Suicide File
The First Step (from the last show)
The Rival Mob
Touche Amore

[Running time: ~240 minutes, 16:9 widescreen]

Hardcore has the unique potential to be something other than a distraction on a Friday night, something other than a soundtrack to physical aggression. We readily reference it as a certificate that we are beyond the normative behaviors and thought patterns prescribed to us by society. Whether or not you act upon this conviction is entirely up to you.

The majority of society outside the hardcore scene is unwilling to comprehend why it is we drive hours on end just to see a band, why we jump off stages and crawl across people's heads just so we can hope to reach the mic and maybe--just maybe--get the chance to scream a few fucking words that happen to resonate with us, why we're so willing to virtually obliterate our bodies during a band's set in a self-sacrificial, yet purely cathartic, ritual.

The “hate5six diaries” is about leveraging the stagedives, the singalongs, and the discourse fostered through the music to do something more than what is given to us. 100% of the proceeds from these volumes will be donated to a specified charity.

The contents of this video are already freely available on modulo color correction, audio adjustment, encode quality and packaging. Unauthorized copying of this DVD is therefore an egregious waste of time and is morally and ethically reprehensible. In the event you obtain this DVD outside of the proper channels, please at least consider making a donation to is a one-man DIY operation that stands for the redistribution of hardcore to a global audience. The project serves to connect people directly with music while bypassing anything that could impede or pollute that sacred connection.

DIY or Die

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