Highly influential Swedish classic from 1987. 6 tracks of dark and punishing hardcore punk from a time when no other bands had the same unique sound. Restored from original release by Lanchy and Kenko/Communichaos Media Clay Station.
15 years of deafening noise has come to an end. Intensity and a passion for noise have always characterized these Osaka crusters and their last recording is no exception.
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This Japanese noise punk band's 2nd EP from 2008!
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DIY CONSPIRACY review:
Portugal’s NUKKE is, undoubtedly, one of the best bands going right now. Their unrelenting attack of classic råpunk, d-beat, and red-raw thrash is exactly what punks need at the present time, and this material will be the best soundtrack to a social system falling apart.
In less than 15 minutes, these Portuguese disfuckers tear through 13 rip-roaring tracks combining blistering kängpunk, steamrolling d-beats, and incendiary riffs with plenty of Japanese-worship on display (think of a band like Crow). Vitriolic tracks like “Zero Chance Survival,” “Nukke’Em All,” and “Dead From Above” are stripped-down onslaughts of blood curdling Discharge-inspired riffs and throat-ripping vocals. There is also the sheer brutality in even faster, similarly chainsawing tracks like “Wasteland Attire”, “Hellbound Drifter”, and my personal favorite “T.S.F.L.”
Clocking in 37 seconds, this particular track is a pure, untamed audio destruction to a deadly degree. Despite their undeniable influences, however, don’t consider this band just one of your typical d-beat congregants! They have so much dynamic range in their writing that it’s absolutely astonishing to hear such an extreme variety in a as short and aggressive record as this one. In a sea of d-beat conformity, NUKKE are a prime example of (anti-) musical prowess and creativity.
No More Peace is a piercing hardcore punk record inspired by dystopian times and sociopolitical injustices, so I’m sure it will get stuck in your brain for days. The artwork is quite remarkable as well, and I just can’t stress enough how much you need this in your miserable disrocker’s life.
15 years of deafening noise has come to an end. Intensity and a passion for noise have always characterized these Osaka crusters and their last recording is no exception. 600 total press (150 splatter vinyl w/ 16-paged 12″ sized booklet). Cover for the regular version is a combined fold-out cover and poster to the size of 24×36″! Also includes a obi.
Barely half a year later they strike again with a second EP. Expect plain Swedish hardcore to the fullest. Highly influenced by the 80's punk scene.
Sorry state review:
Extended Hell: Mortal Wound 12” (Media Disease) After two beastly 7”s, this debut 12” from New York’s Extended Hell annihilates all expectations. If you have any doubt bands are still making exciting, intense, and artistically vital hardcore in 2019, I would invite you to listen to this LP and convince me it’s not all of those things and more. Stylistically, Extended Hell lies somewhere between the best of the neo-Totalitär-type Swedish bands (think Herätys, Stress SS, etc.) and the brutal, apocalyptic crust of Framtid or Disclose, with the former's finesse the latter's power. While that’s a great stylistic spot to be in, Extended Hell isn't notable because they’ve combined two tasty ingredients, but because they’ve made them their own, spicing their bruising hardcore with some of the most creative and memorable riffing in recent memory. Moments like the primitive non-riff that drives the title track, the Buzzcocks-esque 2-note guitar lead in “Bitter Defeat,” and the almost melodic guitar leads in the chorus to the closing “Dissident” are what I live for, the reason I listen to so many new records: because there might be something as cool as this on it. Given hardcore’s narrow parameters it’s inevitable that we see a lot of records that are great for what they are, but you can't dismiss Mortal Wound so easily. I predict you’ll be seeing this record on a lot of best-of lists come December, and it deserves all the accolades it (hopefully) gets. If you only buy one new hardcore record this year, Mortal Wound would be a fine choice.
Effluxus from San Francisco bring you their debut EP in the 12â€ format. 8 tracks of harsh and furious "Headache Hardcore". Consisting of members from Morpheme, Yadokai, Detonize and Sanctum you can count on this being an extremely powerful record! oh and it is. Inspired by such great bands as, No Security / Shitlickers / Framtid / Kriegshog etc. Effluxus takes their favorite influences and mixes it with their own formula to create a noise crushing debut. Be on the lookout for more from these guys in the future.
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Osaka noise warriors released by D-takt & Rå-punk
It's been a long time coming, but now it's finally here. Recorded during Sex Dwarfs Japan tour 2018 in the notorious LM studio (Osaka) by Ippei Suda. Cover artwork by Jacky Crust War.700 total press (200 copies on green vinyl) with gatefold cover. Poster included with the limited version to the first 50 orders. Distros get in touch for w/s. Co-release with Konton Crasher (US).
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Osaka noise warriors. Re-released by d-takt & Råpunk
Also issued as a one-sided 12", this is the 2018 8-song EP from Zyanose in a 7" format -- the same insane noise and intensity you have come to expect from these legendary Osaka noise masters.
New earshredding LP from the noisy mangel masters...700 total press200-purple vinyl, alternate cover, insert500-black vinyl, insertcoreleased with D-takt & Råpunk an Konton Crasher
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