From Spain comes this raw crust assault
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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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The vinyl version from EMBALMING THEATRE first full length. These Swiss sickos play straight forward, good produced Grind Death that combines the heavy groove of MORTICIAN or IMPETIGO with the drive and intensity of oldschool legends like the almighty REPULSION! Limited to 500 copies!!!!!!!!!!!
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Gothenburg crust as fuck from 1998
"Ever wondered where the darkness reside when ramadhan comes? They reside somewhere to produce sounds to fulfill our longing of darkness in this holy month. One of those dark entities is Ensena, rumored to be consisted of four horsemen of the apocalypse to come. Currently dwelling amongst the tall grass of Cipanas, West Java, Ensena somehow manage to deliver us this dark sermon to our lone and blackened souls. Cold is the wind, Abrasive is the whispering word. (Akhmad Alfan rahadi)"
Spanish bands play harcore crust. This id their debut CD. Taken influence from Tragedy, Disfear, His Hero Is Gone, Uranus, Ultimo Preso, Bad Taste
Great punk band from Barcelona. Sounds like the Spanish hybrid of GBH and VARUKERS.
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Etacarinae are a dark, melodic crust band from Spain and Portugal. In 2002, they released their self-titled EP on Humildady Honestidad Records. Their newest album In These Dark Times was released in 2008 through Black Seeds Records.
"Great split 7" from these two bands. I love EXHALE (from Japan); It sounds like Roger Miret (AGNOSTIC FRONT) singing for a traditional style, Japanese hardcore band. DIALLO were an awesome band from Connecticut. They have a heavy 90s crustcore vibe."
Here is the long awaited second fullength album from these 5 punx from Hannover. Exilent - Raging dispunk/crust that we already know from their first and second albums. Ini is sounding great with her raspy vocals with some raw backings and choruses. On this record the band have progressed further with better arrangements that work well with their lyrics, somewhere between dark reality and apocalyptic misery. Moribund scum - Metalcrust from Brunswick, Germany, in the vein of Cancer Spreading, Fucking Amazing! The LP comes in an inside-out printed gatefoldcover and includes downloadcode and stickers!
CD version of their first LP. Comes in a 7" cover.
Nice Crust/D-Beat record from Hannover, Germany!!! The band members played in different bands before, like RECHARGE, AUDIO KOLLAPS, FRANZ WITTICH, PARADOX and SKAMBULE!!! The two different singers (male and female) sound really angry. The sound reminds a bit of Fleas'n'Lice and the Band-Logo of NAUSEA! The LP comes with a 16-sided-booklet, a sticker and a Poster!
We have now entered the final form of Exit Hippies' evolution. Their transformation, from crust to dance, is complete. Rejoice, get jiggy with it, or just leave the hall.
Exit Hippies began as a band that loved crust punk and dance music in equal parts. Their mix of shit-fi Extreme Noise Terror/Sore Throat worship with lo-fi acid house techno is legendary, and changed my life forever. Over their long discography, they have made a lot of brutal crustcore records, with varying amounts of techno interlaced throughout them.
In their final form, Exit Hippies has truly fused crust and dance into a hybrid form of music that's unlike anything else I'm familiar with. No longer content to just have "punk" and "dance" rubbing shoulders, they've brought these styles together to produce an uncompromising, defiant mutant offspring that defies categorization. Imagine Underground Resistance fronted by Dean Jones, remixing Confuse songs. Maybe "Police Bastard" as performed by Model 500. If A Band Called Flash is playing "heavy heavy future funk", this is "noise noise dystopia funk".
On second thought, don't even try to understand, just dance it out."
After bursting on the scene with a killer self-released CD, Chicago's EXPENDABLE YOUTH are back with a brand new EP on Shaman Records. Like on their CD the three songs here are lengthy, multi-layered hardcore punk songs with melodic crust and metal influences. Mix one part MINOR THREAT with one part SCATHA and one part Master of Puppets-era METALLICA and you have an idea of the sound. Their lyrics are one of this band's strongest points and they convey stern messages against the Chicago Olympics in 2016, capitalism and the prison system (the later being a spoken word message with a musical accompanyment). The copies we have are hand-numbered from the first pressing of 500 and come on half black / half clear vinyl.
The 80s Dutch answer to EXTREME NOISE TERROR!! Includes all demos, rehearsal and live recordings. Dual vocal raw as fuck Crust/HC delirium, think of E.N.T. meets SORE THROAT (Unhindered By Talent period). Short fast and filthy audio massacre, if you are collecting bands that generated grindcore and crustcore, this is a total must have!
Their first album in 7 years. Return of Phil Vane (original vocalist) to the line up along side Dean Jones. Return to the roots of ENT with grinding hardcore punk music & politically & socially aware lyrics. No more words needed!
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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.
Heavy ANTI-CIMEX influence going on here, also a bit of DRILLER KILLER, UNCURBED.
Basically, if you like Hardcore Crust with a smattering of D-Beat then this is a no brainer. It's well above average for this style and despite the above comparisons, they still have their own sound and the vocals are great.
Recommended release, another powerhouse from PHOBIA RECORDS!
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