Regulate Released New Album Via Flatspot Records

Breaking onto the hardcore scene in 2013, New York’s Regulate have shown a resilient and earnest approach in everything they do. This rings true on the band’s new self-titled LP, Regulate, out today on Flatspot Records. The ten tracks on the album developed organically throughout the brunt of the pandemic, inspiring vocalist Sebastian Paba’s most personal lyrics to the date.… Read More Regulate Released New Album Via Flatspot Records

Regulate Shared New Single; Self-Titled LP Out September 30th On Flatspot Records

Regulate shares “Hair”, the third single from their upcoming self-titled album set for release September 30th on Flatspot Records. On the song the band play with different rhythms, shying away from their mosh-ready blend of hardcore while still packing a flair for groove. Soulful vocals meet rock-forward guitars encompassing lyrics about self-acceptance.  Speaking on the track coming together,… Read More Regulate Shared New Single; Self-Titled LP Out September 30th On Flatspot Records

Regulate Share Video For In The Moment; Self-Titled LP Out September 30th On Flatspot Records

New York hardcore band Regulate shares “In The Moment”, the second single off the their upcoming album, Regulate, set for release September 30th on Flatspot Records. Following “Why Can’t We?,” “In The Moment” keeps up the band’s bouncy, riff-driven sound while the lyrics center around living in your reality instead of seeking out validation. Vocalist Sebastian Paba shifts from… Read More Regulate Share Video For In The Moment; Self-Titled LP Out September 30th On Flatspot Records

Regulate Share Video For Why Can’t We?

Breaking onto the hardcore scene in 2013, New York’s Regulate have shown a resilient and earnest approach in everything they do. This rings true on the band’s upcoming self-titled LP that will drop September 30th on their new label home, Flatspot Records. The first taste comes in single “Why Can’t We?,” which the band shares a video for today. The track… Read More Regulate Share Video For Why Can’t We?