Friday, 23 June 2017

Lebenden Toten - Static! one sided 12"

Recent release by Portland Noise Punks active since the early 2000's, this is just one 10 minute + song, the other side is a laser etching of a drawing of Praying Mantises.

Friday, 16 June 2017

Siege - 失われたセッション - Lost Session '91 7"

Cult Boston Hardcore often credited as being one of the main bands who influenced Napalm Death and the Grindcore genre.  This is a recent reissue of a demo made when Seth Putnam of Anal Cunt became their singer, it came out before as a three song 7" in 2014 but then one more song was discovered and added to this new release.

Friday, 9 June 2017

Friday, 5 May 2017

Christ On Parade - A Mind Is A Terrible Thing LP

80's Hardcore Punk from San Francisco featuring ex-members of Teenage Warning, Treason and a future member of Neurosis.

Monday, 17 April 2017

Diagnosis? Bastard! - Silenciacdo! LP

London meets Stockholm D-Beat supergroup featuring members of (amongst others); Hard To Swallow, Victims, Nitad, Avalanche.  This only just came out so if you like it buy it.

You're getting this post earlier in the week because I'm moving house today and won't have access to the internet for a couple of weeks.  Any requests for re-uploads will have to wait until next month.  

Friday, 7 April 2017

Bergenfield Four - S/T 7"

One off, Toronto based side project by members of Fucked Up, Alexisonfire and Urban Blight.

Friday, 24 February 2017

Yacøpsæ ‎– Gästezimmer 8"

Grindviolence from Hamburg, one of the few bands who put out stuff on Slap-A-Ham who didn't break up and are actually still going.  This EP was released to celebrate 25 years as a band with guest vocals on all 32 tracks!

Saturday, 21 January 2017

Friday, 13 January 2017

Massgrav - Kill Your Darlings 7"

Covers EP by Stockholm Fastcore stalwarts, featuring their versions of songs by; KSMB, Robert Blom, Motörhead, Krigshot, Strebers, Hellnation, Diskonto and Kreator.

Friday, 6 January 2017

Greenmachine - The Earth Beater Ver.05 10"

Sludge from Ishikawa, Japan, who yes, did take their name from the Kyuss song.  Part of the lore I've heard about this band is that they were Crust Punk guys who were just really into Stoner stuff.