petak, 20. prosinca 2013.

Ruiner - Discography

I didn't pay much attention when this guys were active,probably cause i was receveing a bunch of new bands to listen on a daily basis back then,who knows how many bands did i missed out because of that.This guys were and still are better than most of the bands that came out in that period,maybe modern but still no metal shit in their music.They mixed everything good from hardcore punk and never sounded boring.Melodic and pessimistic,that's the best way to describe them.I know i found myself in a lot of songs,so it's not just me and my life that are going down most of the time :D GET IT!

ponedjeljak, 16. prosinca 2013.

Flagpolers - Demo

Finally some trashy melo band in my inbox,not just modern metal stuff that i always ignore cause,well,maybe i'll start to listen to that one day (far,far future),but for now the answer is NO.

*** Rough Hooky Punk Rock from Vancouver, Canada. Made up of 3/4 Irish
Immigrants and a Famine Dodger playing Punk in the same vein of
Leatherface, Guns n Wankers and snuff. ***

Vagrants - Semi Frontal

So i've fixed a bunch of links from this year,only few left from january and after that i'll check 2012,go download if you missed something ;)

As for this band goes,i've recived a nice mail from a guy that is releasing them,cool stuff!

***Vagrants are from the west of Ireland in Galway. Playing fast totally 80's inspired Hardcore Punk. In the vein of Negative Approach,Government Warning and Direct Control with solos, anger and passion. No frills, no cheesy breakdowns just DIY punx.***

petak, 6. prosinca 2013.

četvrtak, 28. studenoga 2013.

Stab To Kill Vol. 1

Another request,so here you go my good friend,one day this will all cost you,heheeheheheh...

No Sleep For Hardcore Compilation

This came with issue #45 of 'Suburban Voice' fanzine (discgos info).Twenty three songs of rageing hardcore punk,some crazy ass shit here, just look at the track list:

1. Limp Wrist – Does Your Daddy Know?
2. Tear It Up – Number One Wish
3. Punch In The Face – Beer Cold, TV Loud, Homosexuals Flaming
4. Dillinger Four – No Pain, No Gain
5. Vitamin X - Political Prisoners
6. Balance Of Terror – Shrinking From The Truth
7. F-Minus – Love Is Just A Tool
8. John Brown's Army – Proverb
9. Esperanza – Thriving Off Our Misery
10. Pac-Men – Break
11. A-Team  – Bear Trap
12. Strikers – Breakout
13. Live From The Death Row – Not Now, Not Ever
14. Molotov Cocktail – Big Brother
15. Fast Actin' Fuses – Cocaine Samurai
16. Four Letter Word – White Collar Worker
17. Self Defense – Cognitive Dissident
18. Scally – Generation Nada
19. XFilesX – It's Not Punk To Say Punk
20. Straight To Hell - The Lions Will Eat Well
21. Hates – No Talk In The 80's
22. Word Salad  – Sunday Hymn + Special Slaytanic Bonus!
23. No Artist – Outro

srijeda, 27. studenoga 2013.

The A Team - Discography

Another band i know nothing about,only thing i've found that they were from Boston and (of course) didn't last long.As for music goes,80s Boston,what else,so it's good and worth checking out,if someone has any info don't be shy and share,especially if someone from the states end up here ;) Here you can find the following releases: A Is For Asshole, Clusterfuck EP, Demo, Live @ WWPI & Wers Radio Boston-ma (2005) Old Fast & Loud, Sewer Rats, You're All Screwed Demo, split with R'N'R. GO!

utorak, 26. studenoga 2013.

The Prowl - Discography

Well,i'm doing requests lately,i really don't know how i found this in my stash of music but here you go and enjoy :)

*** Formed in the Fall of 2002 the Prowl started off as a side project for Mikey Flynn (ex: Last In Line) and Kevin Gebo (ex: Red Reaction/ Grand Prixx) as a way to try things different from what their current bands at the time were doing. With early influence being drawn from Horror Punk legends Samhain and The Damned, and Hardcore icons Black Flag, Adolescents and Die Kruezen, The Prowl set out down a dark road of Hardcore/Punk destruction. The original line-up of Mikey Flynn (vocals), Kevin Gebo (guitar), Sean Tucker (guitar) Jason Desmarais (Bass) and Shaun Davis (Drums) recorded a demo after a few practices and played their first show in Westfield, Mass with Ringworm.

Shortly after the demo's release Gloom Records pressed the demo into the form of a 7" record, titled "What Are You Doing?" The release of this 7" lead to protests and controversy over the 1970's Sleaze/Gore Film influenced artwork.

2003 began with the recording of a 10" record titled "Misery" for Dead Alive/ Manic Ride Records. With this record The Prowl began an evolution of incorporating slower dirges melding with atmoshpheric, and at times spacey grooves. Shortly after the recording sessions a tour ensued, which lead to the first band casualty, Shaun D., who left the band in Wilkes-Barre, PA the last night of tour.

Upon return to Western Mass, Tommy Von (ex Cops 'n' Robbers, Pinkerton Thugs, Cut The Shit) longtime friend, roady and drum wiz offered his services. With this new line-up the band started to gel in new ways. The following year included more touring and talks of a new record...

Conflicting interests led to original member; bassist Jason Desmarais leaving the band months before The Prowl's first tour of the West Coast. Immediately Doug Free (Bottom Line N.Y.H.C.) stepped in and filled Jay's shoes perfectly for said tour. After returning to MA, the band recorded the 7" ep for Painkiller Records titled "The First Room On The Left." This record featured singer Mikey Flynn handling bass as well as vocal duty. After a few more dates filling in on bass, Doug eventually joined the band full time that summer.

Writing commenced on what was to become the bands first full length record. During this process another trip to the west coast was planned. Though not a complete success, The Prowl returned home ready to finish the album. On the horizon more storm clounds now hung over head though. Sean Tucker, one of the last original members of the band was asked to leave the band in the Spring of 2005.

Shortly after this seperation, Mikey decided to step up and take on vocal and guitar duties both live as well as in the studio. With the current line-up consisting of Gebo, Tommy, Doug and Mikey the band has finally come into their own, both sonically and creatively. A handful of intense live shows climaxing in extended jam sessions on their song "Hot Agent" have given hints of what to expect from the band in the near future.

The impending release (slated for late summer/early fall) of their new record "Witch Hunt", a 4 song ep which showcases the band in their most powerful offering to date, is sure to open many eyes both new and old. Prepare the gallows, douse the stake, the time has come now, concentrate...
the band then died on September the 9th at 11am. Thanks to anyone that helped us out with a tour, put out a record, bought a record, bought us beer, slashed our tires, played in the band, etc. ***

četvrtak, 21. studenoga 2013.

In My Eyes - Anthony Sings the Hits! (Unreleased)

Don't really know how i got this,but,fuck,great stuff, In My Eyes!!

Forward To Death

Got some nasty flu so i don't know where's my head for the last few days... Here you go,my dearest Brancho,finally,but i'm missing their Look what we've done... 7'',if someone has it send it ;)
Forward to Death were a mid 90's influenced Punk/Hardcore band comprised of former members of Survivors and Tear It Up (don't know much about them except this,but that's more than enough).