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

Brain Angusih

BRAIN ANGUSIH – anarcho punk with a drum machine

If you ever wondered what people from SEDITION and DISAFFECT are up to – here you ago.  Angus and Brian made friends with a drum machine, called themeselves BRAIN ANGUISH, used anarcho punk sauce we all know from their previous bands and they prove they are still angry.  Check them… Keep Reading

Alerta Antifascista

New Swedish crusty announcements from ALERTA ANTIFASCISTA

Expect two new releases by ALERTA ANTIFASCISTA on 20th October this year. DÖDSRITT – Dödsritt LP A new project from -ex TOTEM SKIN member blending atmospheric black metal with crust and leaving you with all the emotions to handle yourself. MYTERI – Ruiner LP A second full length full of… Keep Reading

MORROW

“World reclaimed by nature”. Interview with MORROW.

MORROW debuted with “Covenant of Teeth” album on Alerta Antifascista, Chaos Rural Records and Halo Of Flies in 2016.  You can’t ignore the fact that MORROW is yet another project of Alex and his friends (FALL OF EFRAFA, CARNIST, LIGHT BEARER) so you kind of know what to expect musically… 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

Pozoga

POZOGA attack from Dublin

POZOGA is a new band to come out of Dublin.  Consisting of four members from all over the world they play old school hardcore with great vocals.  Their mini demo on Bandcamp plays their own track and a cover by an old Basque band RIP. Check them out now, becasue… 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

NEGAZIONE - La Nostra Vita box set

(review) NEGAZIONE – La Nostra Vita box set

When I came across this exquisite box set I was right in the middle of Italian heat in Florence.  No better place to learn that your most favourite Italian hardcore punk band was honoured such a collection.  And this is a collection of everything NEGAZIONE ever made.  Plus more. This… Keep Reading

MORROW - Covenant of Teeth

(review) MORROW – Covenant of Teeth LP

I’ve always had and always will have appreciation and respect for those punk artists who choose to convey their message through more artistic approach where different methodologies are applied including storytelling.  This is MORROW as in TOMORROW.  And indeed, lyrically Alex (-ex FALL OF EFRAFA just to start with) takes… Keep Reading

BARAKA FACE JUNTA - Jak ogien

(review) BARAKA FACE JUNTA – Jak ogien LP

Do you remember a band from Ireland (I think!), called F.U.A.L. and their only full length called Fuck Up and Live! ?  Released in 1989 it was a blast of melodic anarcho punk with female fronted vocals.  If you haven’t heard them, it is time to make it up.  Because,… Keep Reading

APORIA - Rottunmeroog

(review) APORIA – Rottunmeroog LP

It is important to take a break, from anything you do.  Also, from the genres of music we listen to on regular basis.  So if your everyday playlist consists of mostly fast and crusty stuff and you feel like something different, yet very inspiring and thought provoking, this one you… Keep Reading

Agida - demo

(review) AGIDA – demo

For those of you who live far away from Belarus may seem that there is no such thing as DIY punk scene under the regime of Lukashenko.  Wrong.  There are bands, there are zines, there are gigs.  And among them all, there is AGIDA.  They are from Grodno and they… Keep Reading

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