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CALM THE FIRE / THE DEAD GOATS

(review) CALM THE FIRE / THE DEAD GOATS – split 12”EP

These two Polish bands are at the moment top league when it comes to bridging some gaps between punk and metal. CALM THE FIRE take no prisoners.  They blast through your head with brutal crusty guitars, mincing drums and very high octane tempo.  You will find many elements in their… Keep Reading

MY MINDS MINE/SUFFERING QUOTA

(review) MY MINDS MINE/SUFFERING QUOTA – split 7”

This 7 incher is a brutal grind core attack from two great bands from The Netherlands. MY MINDS MINE split up in 2002 and are back after a ten year hiatus with the scene.  Good they are back as their grind core brings the good old grind back!  Dual vocals,… Keep Reading

BRATAKUS - Target Grrrl

(review) BRATAKUS – Target Grrrl LP

BRATAKUS are a two piece Vegan, Riot Grrrl punk band from the North of Scotland. They are sisters Cuinn, they are young, they are punk and they must have received great punk upbringing.  The result of this is super confident music and lyrics on this debut full-length. Soundwise BRATAKUS give… Keep Reading

Hellkrusher/Visions of War

(review) Hellkrusher / Visions Of War – split 7”

Time to play it and make up the time.  I obiously noticed the release of this 7 incher but I forgot to get hold of it, until now!  Released this year by Power It Up, this EP gives you two great crust bands. The legendary HELLKRUSHER deliver two tracks played… Keep Reading

HELLO BASTARDS_HERIDA PROFUNDA

(review) HELLO BASTARDS / HERIDA PROFUNDA – split 7”

HELLO BASTARDS are a three piece collective band from London.  No bass guitar but you don’t care.  What you care about is they are vegan, staright edge and play hardcore.  Short, intense and very hardcore punk at its purest UK-style form.  The quality of the recording brings you back to… Keep Reading

KRIGBLAST – Dawn Of The Apocalypse

(review) KRIGBLÅST – Dawn Of The Apocalypse CD

The crust punkers from KRIGBLÅST kept us waiting 3 years for their second release and it was worth it.  Released on 8th September by Selfmadegod Records I just couldn’t review it the next day.  Instead, I was giving it a blast every fucking day, a few times a day.  I’ve… Keep Reading

PHOBIA

(review) PHOBIA – Decades of Blastphemy CD

One day when you decide to have a cross in your house get yourself this PHOBIA CD.  It is a DIY cross.  It is a cross when you need a cross, it’s a brick when you need a brick.  But don’t throw it at your local nazi, you will loose… Keep Reading

MYTERI

(review) MYTERI – Ruiner LP

It’s the second full length from the bearded men from Sweden.  You already know what to expect, don’t you?  Yeah, but before we get to it, there is storm that opens the record.  Great way to start especialy when melodic guitar follows and they gain speed gradually.  Then comes the… Keep Reading

ANCST

(review) ANCST – Furnace 12”EP

Prepare yourself properly for the ANCST split with KING APATHY and put your hands on this 12incher if you haven’t yet.  “Furnace” is a 6 track black metal and crust core assault on your ears, nervous system, blood pressure and general well being.  Superbly produced recording leaves you thirsty after… Keep Reading

WARWOUND_Burning the Blindfolds

(review) WARWOUND – Burning the Blindfolds of Bigots LP

People are what they are, You have to learn to accept that, And you have to learn to accept society’s rules, If you don’t follow the rules, bad things happen… Yeah, right.  What a load of bollocks.  And what a great way to open a great record.  WARWOUND prove they break the rules… Keep Reading

TAU CROSS - Pillar of Fire

(review) TAU CROSS – Pillar of Fire 2xLP

When you do a project, when you are creating something from nothing, people ask themselves this question a lot of times: can you create something totally new, that hasn’t been created yet in the world we live in today?  We always think that everything has been created and invented, so… Keep Reading

WAR//PLAGUE / WARWOUND - Forlorn

(review) WAR//PLAGUE / WARWOUND – Forlorn split 7”

It’s a great little record, this.  Firstly because it features two great and very active bands and secondly because it is packed with lots of punk emotions, starting from sound and lyrics, finishing on a beautiful artwork done by Andy Lefton from W//P.  Now, this just proves that a white… Keep Reading

SURYA - Apocalypse

(review) SURYA – Apocalypse A.D. LP

If you ever wondered how a punk record sounds with no vocals in it, here you go – SURYA will show you.  But before we get there…SURYA are a four-piece from London who paint pictures with their music.  If you decide not to sing, you need to think of ways… Keep Reading

HOSTILITY - I Niech Jeden Strzal

(review) HOSTILITY – … I Niech Jeden Strzał LP

I am sure you also have got a band from your local punk scene on your mind which years ago released little but a mind blowing material and lasted shortly.  This is HOSTILITY for me.  Started as ANTI HOSTILITY in the beginning of their operation playing chaotic and fast punk… Keep Reading

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