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DEATH CRUSADE - Rakieta///Bomba

(review) DEATH CRUSADE – Rakieta///Bomba CD

  DEATH CRUSADE have been around for almost three years now but their debut record saw daylight just moments ago.  Released on CD by the band themselves, on a highly limited to 50 copies cassette tape by Lärmo Records (gone already) as new trends dictate (popular on Discogs one day… Keep Reading

Gay Panic Defence

(review) GAY PANIC DEFENCE – Snowflake Powerviolence Vol 1

Scottish queer punks have delivered their big boy record.  Still not sure what format this wil be available on but tape is on the list for sure. Violence doesn’t help but power violence does, at least for them, to get their message across.  Prepare yourself for a 10 minute noise… Keep Reading

NACHTHEXEN

(review) NACHTHEXEN – Disco Creep EP

Early 80s (that’s previous century) brought HIT PARADE.  The punk band that decided to play no distortion and noise – instead they took on “disco” tunes, pumped them with highly political lyrics and got their message across via CRASS RECORDS platform. Fast forward do late naughties (that’s this century) and… Keep Reading

EXTINCTION OF MANKIND - Storm of Resentment

(review) EXTINCTION OF MANKIND – Storm of Resentment LP

EXTINCTION OF MANKIND have been around since 1992, so they are veterans of the UK punk.  They started when others finished and when time passed (20 something years) and I get the chance to hear their fourth upcoming full length album, I realise they are one of the very few… Keep Reading

BRATAKUS - Ghouls To The Front

(review) BRATAKUS – Ghouls To The Front EP

October 31st brought another stupid terror assault in NYC where inncocent lives were lost. October 31st also brought the release of the all new BRATAKUS EP.  The quick and responsive attack from those two vegan straight edge girls from Scotland.  And although it is packed with two spooky halloween tribute… Keep Reading

PHRENETIX

(review) PHRENETIX – Fear CD

Thrash metal on SANCTUS PROPAGANDA!  Yes!  And there are very good reasons for that.  PHRENETIX are a fairly young band operating within the frames of the DIY and underground thrash and punk scene and their approach to music and lifestyle suggests PHRENETIX is just more than music and headbanging. They… Keep Reading

ANCST/KING APATHY

(review) ANCST/KING APATHY – split 12”EP

ANCST and KING APATHY meeting room.  Berlin 2017. ANCST:  So, the split, what are we going to do? KING APATHY:  Two songs each? ANCST:  Yeah, why not?  One shorter and the other one longer? KING APATHY: Sounds cool.  Like 3 minutes and 7 minutes? ANCST:  Yep.  Let’s make sure both… Keep Reading

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

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