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« Reply #765 on: February 06, 2019, 10:40:49 AM »

Beyond Description...

My impression from others is that they're considered 2nd class Japanese HC citizens.

This made me laugh.

Yeah, definitely not given a fair shake by many. Definitely lots to be had for Deathside/'Burning Spirits' heads. Falls a little flat for me, but certainly enjoyable--especially having not heard or thought them for about 10 or 12 years [Listening to Calm Loving Life and Acts of Sheer Madness right now. Great drums on CLL!]
Yes.  Their finest signature is a snappy, raw, ringing, quintessential hardcore snare.
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« Reply #766 on: February 06, 2019, 11:11:29 PM »

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Meant to 2nd this.  One of my favorite Swedish, crusty vocals of all time.  With good reason, the Battle of Opinions 7" is usually the recommendation, but they smoked their full length Killing the Life too.  The CD has both the LP and 7".  Celebrate their entire discography.  Unsung, underrated, and with highest recommendations.

brutalist_tapes, if you're still looking...

Another Finnish recommendation is Valvontakomissio.  I feel they were the better on the split LP with No Security, and their CD-only album is great as well.

For Swedish, I was reminded of how good Tolshock is.  Ex-members of some greats.   https://www.discogs.com/artist/831696-Tolshock

Slaganfall...Riffs and heaviness that remind me of Hiatus. Catchiness that reminds me of that rare breed of Swedish HC that drops into the pocket and grooves. And best of all are the awesome vocals that remind me of Mandy of Health Hazard (not quite that great, but still really damn good).

Counterblast...Balance of Pain is where the trend of 90's symphonic black metal best met the call of Swedish crusters.  The Prospects 7" too.  They then went the way of Neurosis with the next album, Impassivity.  I'm not your biggest Neurosis fan, but Impassivity strikes me as one of the best of that type.  The 2LP version has some key comp tracks on side D.  They then went more and more in that direction and pretty much lost me.

Back when your knowledge could be a mile wide and a mile deep, and you still wouldn't have the full grasp of things.  Now, it seems like you can cover the bases with a mile wide and an inch deep...or that's just me being senior.
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« Reply #767 on: February 07, 2019, 11:50:09 AM »


Counterblast...Balance of Pain is where the trend of 90's symphonic black metal best met the call of Swedish crusters.  The Prospects 7" too.  They then went the way of Neurosis with the next album, Impassivity.  I'm not your biggest Neurosis fan, but Impassivity strikes me as one of the best of that type.  The 2LP version has some key comp tracks on side D.  They then went more and more in that direction and pretty much lost me.

Not so much a fan of their records from what i remember - but killing live !
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« Reply #768 on: February 10, 2019, 09:05:03 PM »

Not much in the mood for punk these days, but RAC really hits the spot for upbeat music (fond of the slower stuff as well). Great for driving around town too. Been spending a lot of time with these the past couple weeks. Picked up the LP reissue of Hell Seger recently, really well done - looks and sounds nice.

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-nVxfIyTCyU&bpctr=1549826209

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« Reply #769 on: February 19, 2019, 09:05:17 PM »

Been involved in the Australian punk/hardcore scene for over 30 years

Nearly 50 years old and still touring, going to shows, putting out zones and records on my label.

Also been pissing off the punks by playing noise at shows

Some fuck wits still get upset when a noise band plays a punk gig

Check this video out we did last week

Recorded at Sydney punks picnic feb19

Sound sucks but funny footage

https://youtu.be/8wR_865WKOo
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« Reply #770 on: February 23, 2019, 12:30:10 AM »

if you like bands like Sacrilege, particularly because of the vocals, check out Subversive Rite.  Not quite as heavy as Sacrilege, but it's crusty nonetheless.

https://bloodymasterrecords.bandcamp.com/
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« Reply #771 on: February 23, 2019, 02:52:25 PM »


Counterblast...Balance of Pain is where the trend of 90's symphonic black metal best met the call of Swedish crusters.  The Prospects 7" too.  They then went the way of Neurosis with the next album, Impassivity.  I'm not your biggest Neurosis fan, but Impassivity strikes me as one of the best of that type.  The 2LP version has some key comp tracks on side D.  They then went more and more in that direction and pretty much lost me.

Not so much a fan of their records from what i remember - but killing live !

also a krishnacore band counterblast from around me who i forgot until i saw this post: https://counterblast.bandcamp.com/releases

i'll also shout out 108 and Shelter here as well for all you krishnacore heads ;) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dscTeQ_aYAA
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« Reply #772 on: February 25, 2019, 11:00:33 PM »

Disprove...were related to Beyond Description.  I didn't know that.  Both being on Forest Records should have been a hint.  Sharp Dis-.  It won't set the house afire, but that added snap and BD sound is a nice twist.  The s/t 7" is the better.  DISPROVE was formed as project d-beat band by BEYOND DESCRIPTION, VIVISECTION and SENSELESS APOCALYPSE members in 1994.  It's too bad Vivisection didn't do more.  They had a spectacular moment or two.  And early Senseless Apocalypse/Cunt Decide noisecore is darn fine.  I like what came after too, but when I think of SA, that s/t 7" and demo are what first come to mind.  1992-1995.

https://disprovejp.bandcamp.com/
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« Reply #773 on: March 01, 2019, 03:15:17 AM »

I was huge into Doom in my teens - in my twenties it was a once a year thing while I cranked a beer, now in my almost 40’s I’m back to playing this band on constant repeat.

Then I wind up cranking the RISTIINNAULITTU KAAOS 12” and NUUKE 7” which is my top tier Kaaos/Finnish hardcore in general. Mad props to Havoc for keeping these in print for 1000 years.
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« Reply #774 on: March 04, 2019, 12:38:37 PM »

Re-listening all the Killed by death comps, some incredible gems.

Watched the videos of the Alone in a crowd live set in tears... When the lady of Eaten alive joins to sing Telltale by Killing time is incredible. I hope she soon forms a new project as she told me since she is one of the very few female singers that nails it anything she does.

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« Reply #775 on: March 04, 2019, 10:50:09 PM »

she is one of the very few female singers that nails it anything she does.

Did you check out Torso? New 7" on Revelation is really good..
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« Reply #776 on: March 06, 2019, 09:01:28 PM »

I was huge into Doom in my teens - in my twenties it was a once a year thing while I cranked a beer, now in my almost 40’s I’m back to playing this band on constant repeat.
Maybe check out SRAM from Moscow.  Doom...so fucking good.
https://srmcrst.bandcamp.com/album/demo-ii
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« Reply #777 on: March 07, 2019, 01:08:43 AM »

I was huge into Doom in my teens - in my twenties it was a once a year thing while I cranked a beer, now in my almost 40’s I’m back to playing this band on constant repeat.
Maybe check out SRAM from Moscow.  Doom...so fucking good.
https://srmcrst.bandcamp.com/album/demo-ii

This is GREAT! Thanks for the tip. They’ve got this style down pat.
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« Reply #778 on: March 15, 2019, 08:57:27 PM »

Mid from Deviated Instinct.  Finnish HC style.  It's good.

https://haavat.bandcamp.com/releases
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« Reply #779 on: April 19, 2019, 08:05:00 PM »

NYHC done in the UK.  Raw and classic sound.

PKR-076: Big Cheese - Don't Forget To Tell The World LP
After the release of their euro only EP, Big Cheese overwhelmingly established themselves as one of the best NYHC-style bands around (despite being based in UK), and made their claim as the live band to beat on stages across Europe. With a US tour imminent, and new material in the works, Painkiller presents a 12” of all previously released material by Big Cheese (the aforementioned 7”, their prior demo tape) plus a demo of a new song, all newly mastered and cut to on a 12” to be played at maximum volume. New cover art by local legend Liam Fox of The Flex. This is the version of these songs to own. First 100 on orange vinyl.


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