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Wasteland Unreleased

SANCTUS PROPAGANDA announce vinyl LP PROP 002.

We are pleased to announce that our second release, catalogued PROP 002, will be by the one and only UK’s thrash punk d-beat legends, HELLKRUSHER.  We have taken steps to revive the original “Wasteland” recording that happened in 1989 which the band didn’t like and decided to record it again… Keep Reading

Wasteland Unreleased

HELLKRUSHER – Wasteland Unreleased LP

PROP 002 Not a lot of people know, but there are actually two recordings of “Wasteland”, the first of which was scrapped for not being up to standard back in the day.  The studio was shit and the guitarist was on the run from the police.  The recording itself hasn’t… Keep Reading

(review) CRESS – Hunt Saboteurs Association benefit 7”

This is an exceptional single from one of the most influential UK anarcho punk bands from the 90s.  Exceptional because it is the middle segment of the exceptional series of 9 singles that form a one big beautiful picture of a fox.  All records are benefit for Hunt Saboteurs Association… Keep Reading

MORROW

MORROW launches “Fallow” online.

MORROW’s second full-length album is called “Fallow” and will be available in spring on Alerta Antifascista and Halo of Flies.  In the meantime, you can listen to it online below.  SANCTUS PROPAGANDA will review the album in due course. 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

INSTIGATORS

“Never say never”. Interview with THE INSTIGATORS.

10 years passed between the very first INSTIGATORS release on Bluurg Tapes and the last one, the demo tape on Full Circle.  During this time, the band recorded 4 big and now legendary albums, toured Europe and America extensively, and was considered one of the most hard working bands in… Keep Reading

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