Monday, December 10, 2007

CHRONICAL DIARRHOEA- abstract carnage 7" ep

There is some very Savage Hardcore played on this 1989 release. The twelve song ep came out on Off The Disk records, and was pretty much ignored by the punk community. OTD was an early pioneer of putting out faster-brutal hardcore that many other labels wouldn't touch.
This German band later did a full length LP on Nuclear blast Records. Two great cover songs are played on this, one is a SSD song, the other is a Negative Approach song. Fans of DRI and Napalm Death should have a listen.


the tracklist:
1.Go Slow
2.The Expert
5.Supervising Neighbours
6.Fast Food
8.Glue (orig. SS Decontrol)
10.SAS is True
12.Flower Power

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Friday, December 7, 2007

AFTER THE BOMBS-spoils of war 7" ep

After the Bombs are a Punk/metal crust band from Montreal Canada. Think Bolt Thrower, Discharge, Venom and Nausea mixed together in a blender. This came out on The Total End Records in 2007 and can still be ordered ( What really sets these guys apart from other bands are the female vocals that Janick pulls off. They are somewhat buried, and sound like she's shouting from a cavern in hell.


the tracks:
spoils of war
forward to death

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ISOCRACY-bedtime for isocracy 7" ep

This was released on Lookout records in 1988. Members went on to form and play in bands like Sam I Am, and Green Day. These guys only put out this ep, and a few comp songs. They were part of the East Bay Gilman Street scene. It seemed like there wasn't a weekend night where Isocracy, Operation Ivy, Stikky, Soup, Corrupted Morals, or Sweet Baby Jesus wasn't playing a Gilman show. This is Lookout #5.

Al SOB (green day aka John K)-drums
Jay Sun-vocals

the tracks:
Zimbabwean hell rock
hippie man
Two blocks away
Amilyplympt three
funky brakewire
ten seconds of Anarchy
swisher sweets
sgalf Etaredefnoc

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Thursday, December 6, 2007

ÜÜÏŸ BÅAÎOØHØIØ war madness 7" ep

I'm not sure where this hard to find gem came out of, either Japan or Sweden I'd say by the sound of things. The e.p. sounds blown out in a very good way, and has a d beat crust thing going on. Very limited info on this record, it only includes song titles and "play louder than a bombblast or fuck off!" on the backcover. No lyrics, no address, no year of release, no band member names.

the tracks:
war madness
kill control
system violent
why is?
no bones

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