Hell Yeah !! apocalyptic, misantropic slow-motion Crust/Stench aus Argentinien mit derben weiblichen "Gesang".
7-Song Lp, alle mit Posterbeilage und die ersten 100 von 500 LPs auf grauen Vinyl.
Für Fans von AXEGRINDER, DEVIATED INSTINCT, FATUM, WARCOLLAPSE,...
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New opus from the Athenian crust / hardcore beast (active since 1996).Served with a folded poster.
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Six years ago Russia’s Fatum first blasted our ears with their album Skverna. Six years is quite a long time in anything. But even longer in underground music. The band since have released records nearly every year, including split ep’s with Cancer Spreading and Distress.
With this, their new album Life Dungeon, they have surpassed themselves and reached a pinnacle in their music. People tend to debate platitude and genres in music. Whereas Fatum crank up their amps and don’t give two flying fucks what the latest avant-garde musical trend is.
Since their inception, their music is very much derived from the UK crust sound of Deviated Instinct and Out From The Void-era Antisect, but with the modus operandi being very much their own. This album opens with a wall of piercing feedback which develops into aggressive chugging with menacing chromatic chords. Also, Fatum have developed a more intense-styled, thrash-tinged guitar akin to Concrete Sox or Hellbastard. Certainly, the opening tune “Enter The Dungeon” has a Sewerside-era Concrete Sox influence. The vocals are rasping, hoarse and spat out like insults.
I’m sure in most reviews of Fatum the word ‘stenchcore’ will be mentioned – and that is fully understandable – yet there are parts such as the closing of the song “Fate” that ends very melodically. Which reoccurs, without being identical through “Escape The Dungeon,” giving it an almost prevailing tone. Of course it all eventually goes back to serious riffs. Honestly, I think could listen to the riff in “The Man Behind” all day.
Ursut, DIS collage - Longsleeve
as the 90:ties wanted something back. Printed by DC-merch on Gildan shirts.
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Ursut, logo - metal pin
laser cut stainless steel pins, 5 cm wide, 1,5 cm high.
weldeon screws on the back.
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Sju Svåra År releases their new EP ”Ingen Tog Det Som Ett Skämt” (Nobody Took It As a Joke) at Gaphals. Four songs with deep poetry three-chord-punk touching both the heart and mind. Dark, yet hopeless melodies fill "Ingen Tog Det Som Ett Skämt", where the glimpse of the eye and the kitchen sink realism was mixed with seriousness and political humanity. The band is always uncompromising with a lot of heart and pain. At the band, "quality before quantity" is a guiding star where the EP follows the band's debut album and latest release, "Storma varje hjärta", released in 2012.
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Newere recordings of this brilliant punk rock band from Stockholm.
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Amazing repress of this brilliant Stockholm punk rock band.
Legendary awesome punk rock from Stockholm Sweden. Totally brilliant!
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