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How Long?

HOW LONG?/ZATRATA – split 12”

  It came to me as a surprise, mainly because I wasn’t following both, HOW LONG? and ZATRATA camps regularly, despite playing with them from time to time or seeing them live here and there. So a double win for me – a surprise from bands I love. It’s a… Keep Reading

MALCONTENT

MALCONTENT – s​/​t EP

Continuing with the flood of Swedish d-beat I reach out for an expert label on new and less known Swedish bands – Phobia Records. MALCONTENT is made up of members from Dissekerad, Makabert Fynd, Avskum, Kakafoni, The Nature and Hellkontroll, so we are talking credentials here. This EP is their… Keep Reading

FORGIFTAD

FÖRGIFTAD – Bränd Generation 7”EP

  A 2017 release from Swedish punk d-beaters FÖRGIFTAD, which still makes it their last one. The trio shares members with Kronisk Misantropi or Makabert Fynd, so you know there is no cheating here. Although, there is. It starts with a telephone conversation in Swedish when suddenly the name Bolt… Keep Reading

RÖVSVETT

RÖVSVETT ‎– Bly, Skrot & Hagel 7”

  We haven’t heard a proper full-length from these Swedish hardcore legends since 2008. Instead, they occasionally throw a few EPs in our way, two of them being released in 2018: the split with BRISTLES and this one.  However, a new LP is already in the pressing plant, entitled “Den… Keep Reading

ANGRY_BRIGADE

(review) ANGRY BRIGADE – s/t EP

  That’s a pretty old punk band from Prague, Czech. Though despite their 15 years of existence they only came up with 2 albums and 2 splits. This EP is their last creation and was released mid 2018. Some say it is crust but I would disagree. For me this… Keep Reading

KAKAFONI

(review) KAKAFONI – Krälar I Stoftet LP

  If you come across a Swedish band released on Phobia Records you will never go wrong – buy it and you will be sure to fill your house with ultra raw chaos hardcore. KAKAFONI is no exception. Featuring members from DISSEKERAD, MAKABERT FYND, HELLKONTROL and EYEHATEGOD, this Swedish and… Keep Reading

Suffer The Pain

(review) SUFFER THE PAIN – Hellbound LP

  Hungry for metal d-beat? Put your hands on a release that has been available for some time now and definitely needs a reminder. SUFFER THE PAIN were already reviewed here. With one more album and 2 singles out, they are no strangers to those who frequent festivals in Europe.… Keep Reading

(review) DISSEKERAD – IV 7”EP

  DISSEKERAD have got 2 LPs and 3 7”EPs out already and this is the one released in 2017 on Phobia Records. Made up of members from AVSKUM, TOTALITÄR, MAKABERT FYND and KRIGSHOT they continue doing what Swedish punk is known for. Playing it raw, d-beat style with a lot… Keep Reading

W//P

(review) WAR//PLAGUE – Into The Depths LP

  Into The Depths is the third full-length album from Minneapolis veteran punks WAR//PLAGUE. It will be out some time in November 2018 on Phobia Records in Europe and Organise&Arise in US, so I guess that will cover the world’s appetite for this jewel. About a month to the release… 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

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

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