DIY Indie from New York raised on early Rough Trade Post-Punk. Members have since gone on to play in All Saints Day, La Sera, The Babies, Coasting and Chain & The Gang. According to an interview with Kickball Katy on Damian from Fucked Up's podcast Turned Out A Punk (if you're a nerd from everything Punk and Hardcore, I high recommend listening to any episode), Vivian Girls were almost universally hated by the Punk scene during their time.
Friday, 8 July 2016
Friday, 1 July 2016
Friday, 17 June 2016
Early 2000's political Screamo from Santa Barbara on the legendary Ebullition Records. The album title is a reference to the assassination of Malcolm X.
Friday, 10 June 2016
I didn't die, I've just been busy with real life shit in the last couple of months.
Disrotted: Sludge from Chicago, just one song on their side that's nearly half an hour long, according to Discogs it's broken down into several movements but I can't be bothered to work them out.
Su19b: Tokyo legends who mix Powerviolence with Sludge, their side is only about half as long.
Friday, 1 April 2016
NM: Raging Powerviolence from Antwerp, Belgium.
AOBW: Rearranging what I said about them a few posts ago, they sound like Melvins gone Crust, they also have a third split coming out this year with Famine, a great Powerviolence band from Leeds.
I got this at the record release show two weeks ago but you can get it from SuperFi Records, buy it, fuckos.
I went to the trouble of making a rip of this and then they gone done and put it up on Bandcamp for "pay what you want"
Saturday, 26 March 2016
Death Metal from New Jersey featuring Daryl Kahan of Citizens Arrest on vocals. They have been around since 1999 and have a several releases but these are just a couple of things of theirs I picked up at Netherlands Deathfest.
Exhumation Of The Ancient 12"
Most recent EP
"Conjuration Of The Sepulchral" split LP with Interment
2007 split LP with Avesta, Sweden's Interment
Friday, 4 March 2016
Infamous Black Metal Skinheads from Vancouver, Canada. Formed in 1984 (put not putting out anything officially until 1989) they have the distinction of being the first Black Metal band to have a Black member (there's also Mystifyer from Brazil who were formed and released their first 7" the same year as Blasphemy put out their demo). This 10" came with the reissue of Gods Of War/Blood Upon The Altar on Osmose Productions, all the material here was re-recorded on the Fallen Angel Of Doom LP, hence the title.