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POZOGA

(review) POŻOGA – s/t EP

  You may already be familiar with POZOGA from the interview here on SANCTUS PROPAGANDA.  They are punks from different parts of the world, all living in Dublin, Ireland.  They released their two-song demo on Bandcamp, also featured here, which was so good that we decided to interview them.  … Keep Reading

AXEGRINDER-SATORI

AXEGRINDER – Satori LP

From “The Rise of The Serpent Men” to “Satori” in 30 years, AXEGRINDER are back.  Formed in 1985/6 they took what was best in the metal punk scene, blended it and came up with their awesome debut album released by Peaceville.  It had AMEBIX riffs, MOTORHEAD solos and VENOM drums. … Keep Reading

UCP

(review) V/A – X LAT ULTRA CHAOS PIKNIKU LIVE 2016/2017

ULTRA CHAOS PIKNIK is a 100% DIY punk festival that has been organised for the past 10 years in east part of Poland.  By DIY, I mean DIY – right in the middle of the forest, no sponsors, no stage barriers, no advertisements, non profit, BYOB two-day party attended by… Keep Reading

RUINAS

(review) RUINAS – s/t LP

  RUINAS are from Buenos Aires.  Sounds exotic to most European punks as we do not often get a chance to see bands from South America touring Europe.  This is just about to change friends, as RUINAS are coming to Europe this October and November.  They are touring Germany, Denmark,… Keep Reading

HIBERNATION

(review) HIBERNATION – In The Years Of Desolation LP

Whatever was happening with ΧΕΙΜΕΡΙΑ ΝΑΡΚΗ (HIBERNATION) for the past 15 years, they are back with a fantastic album.  The band formed in late 90’s in Athens, Greece and continues to mix what is best in punk, and Greek punk especially. Atmospheric, dirty and climatic guitars serving as a gloomy… Keep Reading

ELECTROZOMBIES

(review) ELECTROZOMBIES – He Visto LP

  You may be familiar with ELECTROZOMBIES from Chile as they released a split EP with DOOM a few months ago.  I remember calling their sound “rehearsal-like” and I’d still stick to that.   He Visto is their 2nd LP released in 2008 on very distant lands, now Neanderthal-Stench Records… Keep Reading

SUFFERING MIND/NAK'AY

(review) SUFFERING MIND / NAK’AY – split tape

  This is the soundtrack for my bike ride today.  Choose your favourite flat route and play it loud into your ears.  You are sure to break your records.  Or how fast can you run within the course of this split?  5km should be fine.  It lasts 15 minutes and… Keep Reading

Werly

(review) WERLY – Drown into vomit LP

  WERLY means noisy puking in a Belgian dialect, the record is called “Drown into Vomit” and there is a punker vomiting on the oppressors of this world on the cover.  Welcome to the world of Werly.  Belgian band composed of ex members of Life Is Damage, Hiatus, Unhinged, Twisted System,… Keep Reading

MORUS

MORUS – Cialo Obce LP

  MORUS is a fairly well recognised Polish punk band that throughout its 6 years of ins and outs of existence managed to play well established punk festivals and release two demos.  Time has come to record a full length LP and, hopefully, become a regular and active band around… Keep Reading

(review) SUFFER THE PAIN – Midnight Sacrifice LP

  When I first played this record a year ago or so I was put off by everything I heard on it.  But then I rediscovered it and since then I cannot stop playing it.  This band from Västerås, Sweden have already managed to release another LP on their own… Keep Reading

Afterlife

(review) AFTERLIFE – s/t LP

  AFTERLIFE are from Czech Republic and this is their debut release on Phobia Records and Pure Heart Records.  4 songs 1 of each is instrumental.  It took me some time to get down to writing this review as I was first looking for my jaw all over Sanctus Propaganda… Keep Reading

KORSFÄST - “Skarpt Läge”

(review) KORSFÄST – “Skarpt Läge” 12”EP

  Fucking hell, this is brilliant.  When your punk CV includes playing in bands like MOB 47, PROTES BENGT, DESPERAT, DISCARD and DRILLER KILLER, then your new formation must be a killer.  And it is.  Take a bite off each mentioned bands and you end up with the best things… Keep Reading

ANATOMI 71 - Människor Som Medel

(review) ANATOMI 71 – Människor Som Medel 12”EP

  ANATOMI 71 are from Gothenburg, Sweden and play what we all call Swedish style old school d-beat punk but once you play it you can’t resist hearing heavy Motorhead influences here and there.  Which is good.  Bass driven punk rock + d-beat drums is always a good recipe for… Keep Reading

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