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Title: Noisecore
Post by: hateful.neglect on July 03, 2010, 06:10:33 AM
Funeral Mongoloids - Fuck Is Best When God Is Dead tape
Super great chaos! Works suprisingly well for a tape this long (c-40, I think). I'm not versed in the canon of noisecore, recommendations for more stuff like this would be appreciated. As chaotic as possible, please!

For a start, you shouldn't have much of a problem getting a hold of stuff by Nihilist Commando, Permanent Death, or Seven Minutes of Nausea right now. I've been listening to a lot of Exacerbacion, Cacasonica, Colico, Napalm Death is Dead, Atrofia Cerebral, and the above lately.

Choatic, messy, harsh Noisecore is the only type I like. Check these records/tapes out:

Endless Humiliation - My Wife is Willing
Trash Dog - Wasted Gift
Infarction - EP (this one is nearly impossible to buy now so here is a link to download it, and I have been given permission from the band to upload this: http://www.sendspace.com/file/r72gm4 )
Deep Jew - Ugliest Man Dog
Deep Jew - War
Tortured Hooker - Sexual Homicide (more Grindy, features Dom Fernow. Heavy, fast and great)
Escalator - Demo


While I understand the similarities, I think we're talking about different things (Tortured Hooker being the only thing out of that list I would consider noisecore). I guess we shouldn't have a full-on discussion about noisecore in this thread, but check Mikko's definition here: www.cfprod.com/noisecore

That's fine, everyone is open to their own opinions. I am just wondering how bands like Endless Humiliation (whose entire album is a stumbling Black Metal, ildjarn styled blastbeat with barely any riffs at all), Trash Dog (especially the album I suggested) and Deep Jew aren't Noisecore? They fit with Mikko's idea of Noisecore, which by the way doesn't mean that is the definition of Noisecore just cause Mikko wrote it. The only band there that does not have blastbeats is Infarction. All of the others do as well as "chaotic guitar/bass noise and vocals", hardly any discernible riffs which are usually sloppy and chaotic with lo-fi recording aesthetics.

I most definitely didn't say that Mikko's description was correct because it was Mikko's; it happens to be the most accessible and complete definition available though. Really, there are things it doesn't cover, and - as can be seen - using terms like "chaotic guitar/bass noise and vocals" is open to interpretation.

The one key item from his definition that is missing from the bands you are suggesting is the brevity of the songs (or bursts, of whatever, since saying "songs" implies a distinct beginning and end, which not all noisecore has). Playing improvised rock music on it's own doesn't cut it.

The original poster was asking about bands that are similar to Funeral Mongoloids, who themselves don't really have that sound which is talked about on the link you posted. Most of the bands I listed (besides Tortured Hooker) all fit within the same general area as FM. I would also add Cryptic Salve Band to my list.

This may be an issue of us both interpreting his intention differently, but since he said he wasn't familiar with noisecore and then asked for recommendations, I assumed that's what he was asking for, and that's what I offered.

I'm sorry, but most Funeral Mongoloids does have that sound. One track on a comp without distinct bursts and some extended noise jams on the other releases doesn't erase the majority of their sound. I was unfamiliar with Cryptic Salve Band, so I just listened through their stuff on Myspace, and while some of it has that sound, the sheer majority does not. The Trash Dog tape you suggested is even further removed from that.

Noisecore, as far as I'm talking about, as far as I think Mikko's noisecore site discusses it, and as far as pretty much everyone I know that listens to it, makes it etc. can also be boiled down to this: Does it sound similar to the burst stuff produced by Anal Cunt, Seven Minutes of Nausea, Sore Throat, Brigada Do Odio, or Gerogerigegege? Then it's noisecore. If it it doesn't, then it's not.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: hateful.neglect on July 03, 2010, 06:11:35 AM
Speaking of noisecore how about Deche-charge from Canada, are they still around? I did a mail interview with them some 12-13 years ago, really nice chap, but among the most "un-musical" i´ve heard (at least back then...). Actually it sounded like shit, haha! I was fascinated that someone would make music like this, Gerogerigegege i could comprehend, but not this...

Deche-Charge is around still, or rather again, and churning out more releases than I can keep up with, or want to.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zeno Marx on July 03, 2010, 08:40:52 PM
I've always been under the impression that Anal Cunt, Sore Throat and (especially) Brigada Do Odio were all Grindcore bands.
These are noise-core bands.  Certainly not grindcore.  There's more audience cross-pollination than from the bands.  Very few bands, like Columbia's Confusion, are blatantly both.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: hateful.neglect on July 03, 2010, 10:41:04 PM
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Does it sound similar to the burst stuff produced by Anal Cunt, Seven Minutes of Nausea, Sore Throat, Brigada Do Odio, or Gerogerigegege? Then it's noisecore. If it it doesn't, then it's not.
I've always been under the impression that Anal Cunt, Sore Throat and (especially) Brigada Do Odio were all Grindcore bands. Yes, they are noisy but so are a lot of Grind bands. Chickenshit, Anal Safyra and Melanocetus Murrayi could also fit nicely into this cubbyhole.

Jesus. Chickenshit (assuming you mean the one that did a split with Unholy Grave) is a hardcore band, and Melanocetus Murrayi is a noisecore band (largely improvised, blasting drums, guitar noise, microsongs - it's all there).

Noisecore largely exists in between grind, punk, hardcore, and noise (with some bands also grabbing from other places as well), but is often associated most closely with grind, with - as Zeno said - audience crossover, as well as bands that release material in both genres, start as one and then move to the other, etc. The two developed at about the same time while taking the same bands as influence. Anal Cunt did move onto shitty joke hardcore/grind, Sore Throat put out punk and noise records, and Brigada Do Odio put out a punk record later as well.

So bands like Endless Humiliation (who, out of all the bands I have seen mentioned here, sound the most like FM to me), Sacred Assault, Word Of Command, Deep Jew, Cadaver in Drag, etc. are what, then?

I don't know, but it's not "noisecore" in the way that it's being talked about in regards to FM or Tortured Hooker, who both have far more in common with the bands I've previously mentioned than with Deep Jew, Cadaver in Drag, or even Endless Humiliation.

Crash course via Youtube (tracks from all the biggies):

Anal Cunt side of split with 7mon (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aw6Zf1UH_6A&feature=related)
Seven Minutes of Nausea 'cancelled' side A (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMMLIwPw8gQ&feature=related) (has a brief Psycho Sin clip on this record)
Sore Throat 'abraham's ear' side B (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZY2dlODd5s)
Gerogerigegege 'yellow trash bazook' side A (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXZ21s71kDU)
first 8 Brigada Do Odio songs from split LP with Olho Seco (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fcGVIVcEQiE)
Meat Shits 'genital infection' side B (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M8_ORdo2_qo&feature=related)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on July 04, 2010, 11:29:50 AM
Like any "genre", noisecore crosses over to some specific close genres. Debate when exactly band is PURE NOISECORE is quite useless. Does couple intro-like starts of grinding riffs in beginning chaos make it "grindcore"? Hardly. If amusing hardrock ballad melodies are attached between moments of chaos, does it stop being noisecore? And where you draw the line who is what, when almost none of the bands had consistent style in their discography. Most certainly later days Anal Cunt isn't exactly "noisecore", but I don't know who listen to those. In the glory days when it was more about compressed high blast energy than retaird humor, most definitely prototype noisecore.

Some of my personal favorites have been, and always remain:

AUNT MARY (fin) 600 song 7"
7MON (aus) especially the early years with 7"s.
ANAL FIST (ger) 7"
B.G.T. (ger) 7"
W.B.I.(ger)  early stuff, especially 7"s
TUMOR (ger) demos and early vinyl before became hc band
ANAL CUNT (usa) stuff before debut LP
ARSE (fin) -demo & live tapes. Been trying to get it re-issued for years.. we'll see when I get masters...
EXTERMINIO BRUTAL (bra) all tapes
NOISE (bra) all vinyl and tapes
INDUSTRIAL HOLOCAUST (bra) especially first split 7", but later more musical is fine too
SORE THROAT (uk) all, but especially Death To Capitalist hardcore 7", Abrahams Ear 7", Disgrace to the Corpse of sid 7"

from pre-noisecore one could list many bands, but Brigado Do Odio remains the absolute favorite. Even their comeback 7" was good, even if not as phenomenal like stuff from 80's.

Who are the good noisecore of TODAY is much more harder task to think. I tend to know all the people personally who somehow impress me with what they are doing. I started with some irrelevant noisecore blasts in '92 and in '93 playing in band called Noise Waste. Almost last 10 years operated in Nihilist Commando, which noisecore done as I thought (& think) is the ultimate form.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Ashley Choke on July 04, 2010, 02:43:11 PM
The Insect Warfare "Noise Grind Power Death" EP on 625 is imo great current noisecore. Rest of discogrephy is really strong wellplayed grindcore


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: hateful.neglect on July 04, 2010, 04:17:14 PM
Most certainly later days Anal Cunt isn't exactly "noisecore", but I don't know who listen to those.

Don't people buy them just to read the song titles? The recent 110 Song LP (recorded with the original line up) is definitely worth getting if you're interested in hearing them play more of their early style though, and I believe they have another coming out sometime like that.

I think there are several pretty amazing contemporary noisecore bands, and I enjoy keeping up on it.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: JoeTheStache on July 05, 2010, 05:06:41 AM
TxQxB (norway)
THC Eradicus (US i think)
Pissdeads (Russia) - this dude does some of the best one man noisecore ever.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: LAST on July 05, 2010, 07:37:23 AM
My favorite group from this genre has always been World. Very little recorded output but what has been is solid.

As of recent there is a project from Florida called Nuclear II that plays in the vein of 7MON, early A.C. and the above mentioned World. I highly suggest finding his Population Decimation cassette.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: halthan on July 05, 2010, 11:13:47 AM
Like any "genre", noisecore crosses over to some specific close genres. Debate when exactly band is PURE NOISECORE is quite useless. Does couple intro-like starts of grinding riffs in beginning chaos make it "grindcore"? Hardly. If amusing hardrock ballad melodies are attached between moments of chaos, does it stop being noisecore? And where you draw the line who is what, when almost none of the bands had consistent style in their discography. Most certainly later days Anal Cunt isn't exactly "noisecore", but I don't know who listen to those. In the glory days when it was more about compressed high blast energy than retaird humor, most definitely prototype noisecore.

Some of my personal favorites have been, and always remain:

AUNT MARY (fin) 600 song 7"
7MON (aus) especially the early years with 7"s.
ANAL FIST (ger) 7"
B.G.T. (ger) 7"
W.B.I.(ger)  early stuff, especially 7"s
TUMOR (ger) demos and early vinyl before became hc band
ANAL CUNT (usa) stuff before debut LP
ARSE (fin) -demo & live tapes. Been trying to get it re-issued for years.. we'll see when I get masters...
EXTERMINIO BRUTAL (bra) all tapes
NOISE (bra) all vinyl and tapes
INDUSTRIAL HOLOCAUST (bra) especially first split 7", but later more musical is fine too
SORE THROAT (uk) all, but especially Death To Capitalist hardcore 7", Abrahams Ear 7", Disgrace to the Corpse of sid 7"

from pre-noisecore one could list many bands, but Brigado Do Odio remains the absolute favorite. Even their comeback 7" was good, even if not as phenomenal like stuff from 80's.

Who are the good noisecore of TODAY is much more harder task to think. I tend to know all the people personally who somehow impress me with what they are doing. I started with some irrelevant noisecore blasts in '92 and in '93 playing in band called Noise Waste. Almost last 10 years operated in Nihilist Commando, which noisecore done as I thought (& think) is the ultimate form.
Brigada do odio have been all time my fave


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: manuel-ronf on July 05, 2010, 05:01:31 PM
all of those Mikko's personal favorites are mine too AUNT MARY, 7MON, WBI, ARSE, TUMOR, B.G.T. it's all there

B.G.T. is one of my fave as well, some vids I put into youtube of them:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYxSaNHH2Mg
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZbqyCKYZNg

and I would add Senseless Apocalypse and Oral Climax from Lithuania who did great noisecore with drum machine, couple of demos circa 1993-94, later they changed into hardcore-grind.

Today's noisecore is too joke-related imo, only few bands worth, Nihilist Commando, Funeral Mongoloids...

I had my own noisecore band circa early-middle 90's, Genital Masticator, here's a fine noisecore youtube compilation featuring Brigada Do Odio, Anal Cunt, Sore Throat, Traci Lords Loves Noise, The Gerogerigegege, Meat Shits and Genital Masticator:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwdhzJXTC1U
.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: tisbor on July 05, 2010, 05:33:10 PM
Nikudorei !
bordering on pure noise lately
splits with Anal Massaker and D.I.E. are great .

And of course all the "I'm Going Ape" 7"s ...


use of term "noisecore" has always been stupid , i remember when everybody here thought noisecore = Converge !




Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Ernest Thesiger on July 05, 2010, 05:39:26 PM
use of term "noisecore" has always been stupid , i remember when everybody here thought noisecore = Converge !
I like Ax/ction Records' term for it: blurrcore.

My first post here, BTW.  Hiya.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on July 05, 2010, 09:24:55 PM
use of term "noisecore" has always been stupid , i remember when everybody here thought noisecore = Converge !

Here? I think it was sometime in the 2000's when I first heard "noisecore" being launched as new genre tag for such bands. And also noisecore that meant some sub-genre of techno music. Noisecore had long flourished as established (relatively speaking) type of sound. And it wasn't just one Terrorizer journalists attempt to get credited for coining another term.
It seems like common british media mentality, to be trying to come up with new genre names, and perhaps to be remembered as the one who "found them". New Musick, Britcore, Freefolk,...
If there were hundreds, if not thousands of noisecore bands playing quite similar style, calling themselves "noisecore" and "grindnoise" or such, I guess whatever happens afterwards, don't change it. Does hardcore bands stop being hardcore, since the term is used in just about everything?

And about the bands, someone mentioned ANAL MASSAKER! Early stuff is great. Later stuff not so much. Split with Barcass remains among my favorites, even when grindcore elements are used.




Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: tisbor on July 06, 2010, 02:12:15 AM
with "here" i meant in Italy ^_^

yeah genre names are all dumb , and lead to funny confusion .


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: ARKHE on July 06, 2010, 11:13:54 AM
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It seems like common british media mentality, to be trying to come up with new genre names, and perhaps to be remembered as the one who "found them". New Musick, Britcore, Freefolk,...

heh, like Nathan T Birk @ zero tolerance prying all Finnish Bm bands into the "finnfilth" category, courtesy of himself... or the "fago"-bands (=Sarcofago worship). the imperialist heritage + high from giving birth to industrial power electronics, NWOBHM, grindcore, etc...?

have never felt comfortable with the noisecore tag (much like the power violence thing, whatever that was), this thread has sorted some things up though.

where does GORE BEYOND NECROPSY fit in? never listened to them, but they have collaborated with Merzbow so I suppose they are not Nasum-style grindcore.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: tisbor on July 06, 2010, 10:28:10 PM
gore beyond necropsy = rock and roll


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: moozz on July 07, 2010, 04:15:40 PM
where does GORE BEYOND NECROPSY fit in? never listened to them, but they have collaborated with Merzbow so I suppose they are not Nasum-style grindcore.

They are extremely noisy grind (one member credited for doing noise, if I remember correct) so nothing as polished and coherent as Nasum. GBN seemed to turn into a grindrock band at some point but full-length releases like Noise A Go Go and Go! Filth Go! are great.

Someone collaborating with Merzbow doesn't really tell much of their style. Boris did it (several times). Sunn O))) did it. Gore Beyond Necropsy did it. Nasum could have done it.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: tisbor on July 08, 2010, 05:50:32 PM
since Deche-Charge were mentioned , here's a new 7" to be released soon on my friend's label :

(http://img682.imageshack.us/img682/9910/fedcad.jpg)

Final Exit from Japan are in the "funny noisecore" department , with a very demented , "technical" approach:
http://www.myspace.com/finalexitnoisegrind


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Dan J on July 08, 2010, 05:59:07 PM
http://www.sewerelection.se/pf.html (http://www.sewerelection.se/pf.html)

maybe not noisecore at all, but original intention was. actual recording is maybe slightly more messy raw harsh noise. non-stop barrage recorded with bass, drums and electronics. still might appeal one or two here....anyway, enjoy.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: tisbor on July 09, 2010, 02:38:05 AM
great stuff Dan !


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: narcolepsia on July 09, 2010, 04:46:32 PM
I love that split tape !


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: whateverforever on July 16, 2010, 04:04:33 AM
Pile Of Eggs?


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: CUSTODIAN on July 27, 2010, 04:38:51 PM
Arse Destroyer I think is worthy of mention...


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: tisbor on July 27, 2010, 06:06:05 PM
Pile Of Eggs?

http://www.myspace.com/nutscreamer


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: JoeTheStache on July 28, 2010, 05:03:46 AM
Disleksick from Canada is pretty sick.  Also, has anyone mentioned Gorgonized Dorks?  They range between raw grindcore, noisecore, and experimental/harsh noise, but their noisecore stuff is pretty fucking br00tal.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: XE on September 03, 2010, 07:49:24 PM
(http://img163.imageshack.us/img163/772/p1050616r.jpg) (http://img163.imageshack.us/i/p1050616r.jpg/)

Label info:
Aunt Mary's last record was a split 7" with Man Is The Bastard 18 years ago. I am beyond chuffed to be putting out the first material since then by what I consider to be the greatest noisecore band of them all. I've always been pretty vocal about my love for this band and have forced many a poor lughole into being abused by the first 7"!

To the music! TOTAL NOISECORE. Very basic drum beats (sounds like it was played with some pipes on a couple of industrial tanks), feedback, wailing guitar, brutal vocals, all utterly maxed-out. I'm not sure if it's a series of very short songs or one big long track starting and stopping. It doesn't really matter! There's a moment when a "proper" drum beat kicks in and an amazing mid-paced guitar riff comes out of nowhere - not too dissimilar to early AxCx - that just had me pumping my fist in the air in glee. Heavy fucking metal (!?) Seriously the best single I might ever put out! Co-release with Turgid Animal.





300 copies, full colour sleeve. Note: OFFENSIVE sleeve art. If you don't want to upset your nerves buy an Anal Cunt record instead.

!!!Available from F&V!!!Sold out from AWWFN
hateandlust(xxx)gmail.com




Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Andrew McIntosh on September 04, 2010, 09:34:50 AM
I'm not sure if it's a series of very short songs or one big long track starting and stopping. It doesn't really matter!

That's the thing, I think, that's put me off digging Noisecore, the whole stop-start kind of thing. If there are any Noisecore bands that just go full steam ahead and damn the torpedos, I'd appreciate the tips.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Bloated Slutbag on September 07, 2010, 11:32:43 AM
Wage-Slave Exchange were probably good up until the point the drummer lost his job, crashed his car, got depressed, left the band, not necessarily in that order. With the Sewage dude providing the pedalnoise, made for some pretty full-on shit - live incarnations typically closing with severely pitched solo harshnoise assault. A fateful last-ditch attempt to recreate the intensity with a drum machine simply couldn't cut it. Pity.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: RyanWreck on September 08, 2010, 04:16:23 AM
I'm not sure if it's a series of very short songs or one big long track starting and stopping. It doesn't really matter!

That's the thing, I think, that's put me off digging Noisecore, the whole stop-start kind of thing. If there are any Noisecore bands that just go full steam ahead and damn the torpedos, I'd appreciate the tips.

The start-stop-start-stop thing bothers me with a lot of releases too. There are few bands that do it really well but only a handful worth mentioning in my opinion. Anyway, for the full steam ahead approach you may be interested in Cryptic Salve Band's "Romp III" and Endless Humiliation's only release. I'm pretty sure both are sold out but if you want to hear 'em before you hunt them down you know where I keep my stash.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: tisbor on September 09, 2010, 04:11:06 AM
Quote
That's the thing, I think, that's put me off digging Noisecore, the whole stop-start kind of thing. If there are any Noisecore bands that just go full steam ahead and damn the torpedos, I'd appreciate the tips.


some recent Niku-Dorei


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: tiny_tove on August 27, 2013, 11:32:02 AM
new release by kz9

http://www.toxicindustries.net/?releases=kz9-see-you-in-valhalla-mighty-hugo-rafael-chavez-fria


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: online prowler on August 27, 2013, 01:42:23 PM
new release by kz9

http://www.toxicindustries.net/?releases=kz9-see-you-in-valhalla-mighty-hugo-rafael-chavez-fria

toxic industries. good label, not too well known though.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: tiny_tove on August 27, 2013, 08:17:01 PM
top notch guy!
I recently got in touch with him through a friend and got several things.
Liked everything I have heard from that label

recently in heavy rotation
Loved the Fukte/Vomir electro-static work
Negative climax (of course)
and the bagman/corazzata valdemone split.

always impressive artworks


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: WineVomit on August 28, 2013, 06:39:24 AM
Been really getting back into this. it's somehow refreshing after  time period.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: D. Davis on August 28, 2013, 03:21:00 PM
Would a band like Harry Pussy be considered in the noisecore genre?! Always thought of them within those confines but I've never heard a mention on this board or among the greats.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqwtXeI1AFo


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: ADR on August 28, 2013, 08:28:36 PM
If there are any Noisecore bands that just go full steam ahead and damn the torpedos, I'd appreciate the tips.

(http://img35.imageshack.us/img35/4163/gpxs.jpg) (http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/35/gpxs.jpg/)

Unrelenting Berserkergrind Noisecore. Crucial Blast Records describes the band as "...fucked-up, bestial blackened noisecore, equal parts Conqueror and 7 Minutes Of Nausea and harsh crumbling wall-noise.... a channeling of pure violence."

Sample from forthcoming 2nd full length Lp "Deathangle Absolution":
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeNvcO5kSA8

Sample from forthcoming 2nd Ep "Suicidal Allegiance":
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETShglbLEos

Both to be released VERY soon.

Recording has already begun for the 3rd album and Ep. The hammers for the Lp are already recorded by drummer "Storm", who is on "Deathangle..." and "Suicidal..", and all scheduled forthcoming releases including the 3rd Ep which he will be laying his attack down for soon. I have already begun writing the lyrics, and have moved to vocals only. String duties now belong to new member "Cremator", who will make his first appearance on this 3rd release(s). A yet as of now unnamed 4th member is being recruited to work with Cremator on strings and complete this lineup. INTOLITARIAN will always have different session members for every release, with the exception of myself and potentially, Storm.

The live line-up will be:
Antichrist Kramer - Vox
Cremator - Strings
tba - Strings
tba - Hammers

Storm has other obligations which will prevent him from being able to perform live at this time, so a new drummer has been recruited to cover the live duties. Storm is one of, if not THE most savage and unrelenting drummers in the world along with J. Read, and his position is not one that can be easily filled, however the person chosen to cover the live attacks is ready for battle and will most assuredly handle what is expected of him.

The first full length "Berserker Savagery" is still available in some distros and a couple of people on discogs, and will be released on cassette soon by and Italian label. The first Ep "Omnicidal Murderer" was only released in very minimal quantities on cassette only, and until it gets re-pressed with "Berserker...", can only be heard here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dp6Pjr6q6uo

Both "Berserker..." and "Omnicidal.." were scheduled to be released on vinyl under Audial Decimation Records, but with all other scheduled releases that are and were on the table for SSP/ADR and now DAR, that is not something that can happen at this time. If any labels are interested in doing the vinyl versions (12" Lp and 1 sided 7" Ep), let me know at deathangle.absolution@gmail.com. There have been a few offers, but nothing that has caught my attention enough to agree.

Bio and other information here:
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Intolitarian


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zeno Marx on September 07, 2013, 09:17:31 PM
http://sphc.bigcartel.com/product/sete-star-sept-noise-split-10

Sete Star Sept/Noise split 10"

I don't know why I haven't heard Noise before this; them having been around for a really long time and during the rabid trading of the 90s.  Kind of cool to know there are missed groups and to then find them.  I wouldn't go as far as to say Noise is a lost gem, though.  If you enjoy your noisecore in a mass of low-fi barrage, you'll want to hear this.  From the liner notes, this is reissued material from a very old tape release.

SSS leaves me little choice but to acknowledge they're one of the best Japanese grind/noisecore/HC bands running.  They're just good.  Period.  Solid quality throughout.  I suspect their chameleon tendencies hurt them with the folks who are more genre loyal.  SSS is probably too all over the place for their interest and liking.  SSS does seem to have a strange aura about them.  I cannot put a finger on it myself.  Doing their own thing, and it feels like they'd be doing their thing if nobody was watching and if they never left the bedroom studio; sort of noisecore personified, but with the capacities to move in and out of many styles with ease and high-quality results.  On this split 10", they're noisecore.  It's not the 100-song burst start/stop style, but it has a substantially messy feel.  Every time I listen to this band, I respect and enjoy them, but even so, I don't follow them.  This material is right there.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: blackoperations on September 08, 2013, 03:22:44 PM
Sete Star Sept are touring over here in the UK next month and someone asked me about a gig for them in the area i live. they were described to me as total Gero 'Tokyo...' worship but i've yet to check them out. interesting words from Zeno above though. i think i'll like them!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: tisbor on September 09, 2013, 02:57:25 AM
I confirm that Sete Star Sept are good. They also featured a cross-dressing guitarist which is a plus of course.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Mikerdeath on September 09, 2013, 03:47:21 AM
TUMOR (ger) demos and early vinyl before became hc band

Played them at the dinner table the other night and my roomate's reaction was "I almost spit my water out"

Sete Star Sept

I opened for them and I had to walk out during their set they were the first band from japan Ive seen live that had no ability to play their instruments at all, not in a good way. It didnt strike me as traditional noisecore at all,did not listen to any of their recordings.



Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: jesusfaggotchrist on September 11, 2013, 07:48:40 PM
If there are any Noisecore bands that just go full steam ahead and damn the torpedos, I'd appreciate the tips.

(http://img35.imageshack.us/img35/4163/gpxs.jpg) (http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/35/gpxs.jpg/)

Unrelenting Berserkergrind Noisecore. Crucial Blast Records describes the band as "...fucked-up, bestial blackened noisecore, equal parts Conqueror and 7 Minutes Of Nausea and harsh crumbling wall-noise.... a channeling of pure violence."

Sample from forthcoming 2nd full length Lp "Deathangle Absolution":
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eeNvcO5kSA8

Sample from forthcoming 2nd Ep "Suicidal Allegiance":
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETShglbLEos

Both to be released VERY soon.

Recording has already begun for the 3rd album and Ep. The hammers for the Lp are already recorded by drummer "Storm", who is on "Deathangle..." and "Suicidal..", and all scheduled forthcoming releases including the 3rd Ep which he will be laying his attack down for soon. I have already begun writing the lyrics, and have moved to vocals only. String duties now belong to new member "Cremator", who will make his first appearance on this 3rd release(s). A yet as of now unnamed 4th member is being recruited to work with Cremator on strings and complete this lineup. INTOLITARIAN will always have different session members for every release, with the exception of myself and potentially, Storm.

The live line-up will be:
Antichrist Kramer - Vox
Cremator - Strings
tba - Strings
tba - Hammers

Storm has other obligations which will prevent him from being able to perform live at this time, so a new drummer has been recruited to cover the live duties. Storm is one of, if not THE most savage and unrelenting drummers in the world along with J. Read, and his position is not one that can be easily filled, however the person chosen to cover the live attacks is ready for battle and will most assuredly handle what is expected of him.

The first full length "Berserker Savagery" is still available in some distros and a couple of people on discogs, and will be released on cassette soon by and Italian label. The first Ep "Omnicidal Murderer" was only released in very minimal quantities on cassette only, and until it gets re-pressed with "Berserker...", can only be heard here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dp6Pjr6q6uo

Both "Berserker..." and "Omnicidal.." were scheduled to be released on vinyl under Audial Decimation Records, but with all other scheduled releases that are and were on the table for SSP/ADR and now DAR, that is not something that can happen at this time. If any labels are interested in doing the vinyl versions (12" Lp and 1 sided 7" Ep), let me know at deathangle.absolution@gmail.com. There have been a few offers, but nothing that has caught my attention enough to agree.

Bio and other information here:
http://www.discogs.com/artist/Intolitarian
gotta get this. My new band might sound similar


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: radokaz on September 12, 2013, 11:44:04 AM
my band
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oo5EWnhBBO4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPRW7q7jr50


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Lust on September 13, 2013, 02:22:56 AM
Noisecore is best ör die!!!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: moozz on September 13, 2013, 10:26:13 AM
If Intolitarian fits this thread then so must Urine Cop. Just listened to Lean Hard 7" and it's a big mess with some moments of "clarity". An excellent EP.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: eyestrain on September 14, 2013, 02:56:14 AM
The live line-up

!!!

On the bucket list


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Cementimental on January 07, 2014, 11:26:30 PM
Got a nice submission on my noisecore blog presumably from the Meat Shits guy presumably because I posted that NASA flyer? Was going to email and let him know I posted it but tumblr message system is stupid so i lost his email. If anyone wants to let him know, and/or pass the message on to whoever it should really be directed at then please do.

Apparently my trolling skills are such that I can offend-amuse people with other people's stuff what like 20 years after the fact, and get their flames by mistake. :D

http://partial-noisecore.tumblr.com/post/72583759953/like-us-or-hate-us-at-least-you-heard-of-us

Quote from: anonymous
like us or hate us at least you heard of us

wow did you really think we were really like the subjects we exploited.We were really about one thing “True freedom of speech” unedited and non opinionated no mater how favored or not that subject matter was.Would you have even spent a second of time, in your mind, if all we ranted about was ice cream and being thoughtful,respectful and considerate! guess what ive got homosexual relatives that were smart enough to see the humor or irony in covering subjects that are considered ” taboo” or racist or hateful or will otherwise label you “unfavorable” or terms like fag bashers or anti feminist or the list goes on…Fuck , I laughed my ass off when i saw those fliers ! That was great ! Because ive got a sence of humor and dont take anything personal ! Most of all was the fact that you” showed some balls” voicing your opinion with no concern what anyone might think of you!!! Do you get it now? I think so !!! Good cauze im also a donkey raping,uncle fuckin shit eater! with kids a wife and a career and they all get it. Dude You Friggen ROCK !!!!!! ,Is that better?
Quote from: partial noisecore
Thanks for getting in touch, glad you like the blog. Wellllll uhh I guess if bump into whoever you are even talking to next time I’m in the 1990’s I’ll let them know how you feel.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on January 08, 2014, 09:21:44 AM
"Noise Against Stupid Assholes". Made flyers against "sexists" & "racists" within grind/noise scene. Lets say, basically Meat Shits.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: SiClark on January 08, 2014, 01:53:26 PM
Thanks.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Cementimental on January 08, 2014, 01:55:01 PM
yeah sorry i was too lazy to link/explain
http://partial-noisecore.tumblr.com/post/46374891549/note-there-is-no-politics-included-in-this-site


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Cementimental on January 08, 2014, 01:57:42 PM
I'm going to try and update the blog more this year so anyone feel free to submit 'joke'/'bad'/'silly' noisecore material or ancient scene dramaz: http://partial-noisecore.tumblr.com/submit


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Noiseape on January 09, 2014, 03:49:03 PM
Love old Meat Shits!!!
Why would anybody in the cosmos take that shit serious??
Get a life, or better, get a pussy :)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: fin de siècle on February 12, 2014, 10:10:52 AM
(http://www.anemonetube.de/picsnew/masamiaktitameatshitsletter.jpg)

This letter recently popped up on facebook, obviously from 1992  ... a collaboration would have been great!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: wormsnoise on May 27, 2014, 10:21:01 AM
Dear noiseheads, we are WORMS, the last remaining noisecore band in Singapore. To mark our 10 year anniversary, we released a 'Best/Worst Of' and wanted to share it here: http://wormsnoise.bandcamp.com/

Another matter is that we actually wanted to put 20 songs in that release, but we've lost all our songs and releases in a fire that didn't happen. If you happen to have any of our releases put out by Fecal Matter Discorporated please let us know. We'd really appreciate it and will send you a limited edition copy of the final 'Best/Worst Of' release.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zeno Marx on May 27, 2014, 03:54:30 PM
This letter recently popped up on facebook, obviously from 1992  ... a collaboration would have been great!
Thanks for sharing this here.  I'm sorry I threw out all my old letters from trading and other correspondence.  It's great to see some of that great letter period survived.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on June 18, 2014, 09:51:24 AM
Blog lay-out updated and depending how often one has visited, possibly new posts too. At least massive link collection of Deche-Charge downloads!

http://total-noisecore.tumblr.com/


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: radokaz on June 19, 2014, 11:15:53 AM
^ nice to see PTAO mentioned there, great stuff! I still have some last copies of this for sale or trade:

www.discogs.com/viewimages?release=3700175 (http://www.discogs.com/viewimages?release=3700175)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Noiseape on July 01, 2014, 08:07:22 AM
first videoclip from CSMD
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ns_2KxcM4wk
CSMD: deathmetal bands with a facebook page are a fucking joke!!!
Taken from our upcoming split LP with Bastard Noise


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: popster on November 12, 2014, 09:50:52 AM
http://youtu.be/jgAC_agCb-g - riot grrrrl noisecore and some violence. one person gets injured.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on June 06, 2015, 02:31:47 PM
TUMOR 4xCD box!
I was thinking whether c. 4 hours will be too much of noisecore blasting, but what the fuck? First two discs went real easy. Would have listened more, but ran out of time. Next two discs today, and don't feel consumed. Feeling more like should record some noisecore myself sometime soon!

I recall many times mentioned something a'la Tumor sounds like Anal Cunt. But truth remains, that Tumor was doing their thing before Anal Cunt had been formed. High speed blasting straight forward no-bullshit noisecore already from 1987 demo! Vocals are not high pitched screams, but quite personal "forced shouting", which may remind a bit how ROT (bra) vocals were too.

Extensive booklet with lots of gig posters, photos, all the info etc.   Brilliant!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on June 08, 2015, 10:00:21 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7aI1yYtQQ9Y


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: totalabuse on December 06, 2015, 09:47:36 AM
self promotion

Mental Abortion - Fetishize Everything 42 song Demo CS... For fans of old school noisecore shit .. influenced by 7MON, Arsedestroyer, Nihilist Commando,  Early AxCx etc

(http://s29.postimg.org/516s1qmlv/onlycover_MA.jpg) (http://postimg.org/image/516s1qmlv/)

www.mentalabortion.bandcamp.com (http://www.mentalabortion.bandcamp.com)



Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: urall on December 09, 2015, 04:02:26 PM
Permanent Death
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yu5GHPmPrwk


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on December 09, 2015, 08:08:38 PM
Hemorrhoidal Anal Suffering

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vj-Rvj83_OU

Apparently not really noisecore, got to say it's a lot noisier than Anal Cunts later output though (but maybe that's not the point).

I have a 'Meatshits' cap!!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on December 11, 2015, 12:00:05 AM
Gorgonized Dorks

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XFR4XXMtgV4


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on December 11, 2015, 12:09:08 AM
"Noise Against Stupid Assholes". Made flyers against "sexists" & "racists" within grind/noise scene. Lets say, basically Meat Shits.

hahaha
I told [someone] about their concept album about hating gay people (Sniper At The Fag Parade),  and with a weary and very pained incredulity he said 'that's so immature'. hahaha


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on December 11, 2015, 09:20:47 AM
I'm totally obsessed with buying everything available from Sedem Minut Strachu https://sedemminutstrachu.bandcamp.com (https://sedemminutstrachu.bandcamp.com)

The 10" "Sedem Family Minut whatever Strachu" is a fuckin' RAGER.

Also finally copped the Napalm Death is Dead/Penis Geyser 7", talk about a perfect slab of noisecore.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on December 16, 2015, 01:25:21 AM
Quote from: holy ghost

The 10" "Sedem Family Minut whatever Strachu" is a fuckin' RAGER.

Also finally copped the Napalm Death is Dead/Penis Geyser 7", talk about a perfect slab of noisecore.

Penis Geyser are the best. Sedem Minut Strachu on the other hand...


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on December 17, 2015, 12:08:36 AM
Hmmm, just me old chap, but to me this just hits my noisecore itch perfectly.

I'm also very partial to this hot new jam:

https://reekingcross.bandcamp.com/releases (https://reekingcross.bandcamp.com/releases)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: radokaz on December 17, 2015, 09:01:56 AM
Hmmm, just me old chap, but to me this just hits my noisecore itch perfectly.

I'm also very partial to this hot new jam:

https://reekingcross.bandcamp.com/releases (https://reekingcross.bandcamp.com/releases)

https://twitter.com/ReekingCross/status/672853501983199232 (https://twitter.com/ReekingCross/status/672853501983199232)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on December 17, 2015, 04:13:58 PM
AND a split with Erectile Dementia. That is gonna be hella fucking tight.

I'm hoping 2016 is the year bands start trying to up Deche-Charge and releasing 1004, 1200, 2046 song LPs.

Also I hear SPHC is releasing a whole bunch of Noise (BR) demos as well.

Also pro tip - SPHC has the Noise/Industial Holocaust LP & 7" in their store right now for ludicrously cheap.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on December 23, 2015, 03:22:10 PM
Are we counting Sissy Spacek as the noisecore on this this? (John Wiese et al)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQTduYWik8o


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on December 23, 2015, 04:04:33 PM
Are we counting Sissy Spacek as the noisecore on this this? (John Wiese et al)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQTduYWik8o

I do. Their live set this summer was one of the best things I've ever seen. Truly one of the best bands out there. I'm an unapologetic fanatic about buying heir stuff and my collection is probably minimal by fanatic standards, most likely 35 records between CDs, LPs, 7"s and tapes....


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on December 23, 2015, 07:39:01 PM
Are we counting Sissy Spacek as the noisecore on this this? (John Wiese et al)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQTduYWik8o

I do. Their live set this summer was one of the best things I've ever seen. Truly one of the best bands out there. I'm an unapologetic fanatic about buying heir stuff and my collection is probably minimal by fanatic standards, most likely 35 records between CDs, LPs, 7"s and tapes....

Cool! Yeah, one of my favourite bands. Harm 2 and Dash/Counter Clockwise being some particular highlights for me.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on December 23, 2015, 08:17:09 PM
Are we counting Sissy Spacek as the noisecore on this this? (John Wiese et al)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NQTduYWik8o

I do. Their live set this summer was one of the best things I've ever seen. Truly one of the best bands out there. I'm an unapologetic fanatic about buying heir stuff and my collection is probably minimal by fanatic standards, most likely 35 records between CDs, LPs, 7"s and tapes....

What would be some of your favourite releases?


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on December 25, 2015, 06:04:47 PM
What would be some of your favourite releases?

Wreck is fantastic. Not noisecore, more harsh, but really cool. I only picked it up recently but that's the one I go to a lot these days.

California Ax is crucial. Totally varied, 4 albums over 4 CDs. I love this one.

The Gilgongo CDs are great - Grisp, RIP, Freaked With Jet and Dash - all totally unique.

I'm totally into the collabs with Smegma and K2.

I just got Billions and Billions and Basement Spear CDs but those seem really interesting.

The Roulette 7" was the best one I bought recently. Although I have a lot of trouble hitting the different grooves. I think! Maybe the songs are similar.

When I saw them it wasn't Croydon singing, it was Mike Du Bose and that was just unreal - like way more Napalm Death styled. I'm hoping they did some recording with him, it was GREAT.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on December 26, 2015, 02:51:48 PM
What would be some of your favourite releases?

Wreck is fantastic. Not noisecore, more harsh, but really cool. I only picked it up recently but that's the one I go to a lot these days.

California Ax is crucial. Totally varied, 4 albums over 4 CDs. I love this one.

The Gilgongo CDs are great - Grisp, RIP, Freaked With Jet and Dash - all totally unique.

I'm totally into the collabs with Smegma and K2.


I just got Billions and Billions and Basement Spear CDs but those seem really interesting.

Yeah I have a couple of collabs With Smegma, one with Sissy Spaceks gonna be pretty interesting!! Cheers man.

The Roulette 7" was the best one I bought recently. Although I have a lot of trouble hitting the different grooves. I think! Maybe the songs are similar.

When I saw them it wasn't Croydon singing, it was Mike Du Bose and that was just unreal - like way more Napalm Death styled. I'm hoping they did some recording with him, it was GREAT.


Sweet dude (I have a couple of collabs between Smegma and someone else, so the one with Sissy Spaceks gonna be pretty interesting). Cheers man, lots of info!!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: SSAPW on December 31, 2015, 05:27:00 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7aI1yYtQQ9Y
Killer

self promotion

Mental Abortion - Fetishize Everything 42 song Demo CS... For fans of old school noisecore shit .. influenced by 7MON, Arsedestroyer, Nihilist Commando,  Early AxCx etc

(http://s29.postimg.org/516s1qmlv/onlycover_MA.jpg) (http://postimg.org/image/516s1qmlv/)

www.mentalabortion.bandcamp.com (http://www.mentalabortion.bandcamp.com)
Also killer.

Sedem Minut Strachu https://sedemminutstrachu.bandcamp.com (https://sedemminutstrachu.bandcamp.com)
x3

Any other active bands that aren't insanely goofy/retarded that haven't made this thread yet?


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on December 31, 2015, 12:35:29 PM
Probably been mentioned already, but yesterday big day of noisecore blasting.

POTABILIZADORA tape
RONF records released tape consisting two of the 1994 recordings of this Spanish noisecore act. Drum machine, blurry guitar and vocals. In Finland we had A.N.H. who had 1st demo very similar to this. Heavy and hard, short tracks. Guitar tone quite bassy and more overdriven than "metallic" distortion. Most of songs are very much "the same". Rather static old school drum machine alone makes it so, but this project is certainly still worth of time! It's been quite long since I last listened them..

UNPEACE / NYRKKI split tape
F&V
First thoughts was oh my god, not again! haha.. I mean, not that it would be BAD, but my first impression is that also Nyrkki transformed from noisecore to be "the same"..  Many F&V related projects have started to bleed into eachother so much and slow bounding drum hits,  bass-noise, delayed screams, etc. Would it be Sadistic Bliss, XE, BU,... more? Well, it is not bad at all, but I hope Nyrkki to be distinctively NOISECORE. And luckily, when observing the cover, first track indeed is just Unpeace/Nyrkki collaboration. Which is good, but basically doing the "same", but less interesting. Then hits in Nyrkki and hits hard. Surprisingly fast. Brute force and all fine traditions of old school noisecore here.
Unpeace follows with dose of noisecore. Not as good as band has been at their very best, but still decent! Traditional noisecore for lovers of the style!

ENERGUMENO demo + ENERGUMENO/CHUCHOS Y MOSCAS split tape
Amusing to think that noisecore now is being made by same guys as in early 90's! While one could expect POTABILIZADORA be good dose of youthful energy.. add more than 20 years to age of members and they're here with new noisecore project. 3 guys. Vocals quiet in the mix, but loud rumbling guitar noise. Makes me think something between mid period Final Exit and Gerogerigegege. When the full on noise rumble is there, you barely hear other things, but full band line-up can be heard in other parts. Xerox covers filled with all sorts of stupidity qualifies as total noisecore tradition!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on January 03, 2016, 01:26:50 AM
Mikko, do you distribute any of the four tapes you just mentioned? I emailed Manolo a while ago to no avail...


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on January 12, 2016, 06:50:40 PM
Hey man, I have ENERGUMENO debut demo tapes, if you are interesting.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on January 14, 2016, 09:15:37 AM
Hey Zarko, I'll hit you up through FB as I've seen your name out there, unless you have an e-mail address I can write to? I am definitely interested, and hopefully interesting haha. Cheers.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on January 14, 2016, 03:21:12 PM
Yeah, you can add me on facebook: Zarko Polo

Or write on e-mail address, I think its visible here on my forum profile. :-)

P.S. I'm organizing with my friends underground grindcore / noisecore oriented festival here in my town Novi Sad (Serbia). We're trying to bring exclusive bands from Ex-Yugoslavian countries and also international ones. UNPEACE from Finland will perform, for example, and some more bands like SEDEM MINUT STRACHU, 7 MINUTES OF NAUSEA, probably PATARENI (exclusive show) etc.

I can post more details soon if someone is interesting.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zodiac on January 14, 2016, 04:08:51 PM
Yeah, you can add me on facebook: Zarko Polo

Or write on e-mail address, I think its visible here on my forum profile. :-)

P.S. I'm organizing with my friends underground grindcore / noisecore oriented festival here in my town Novi Sad (Serbia). We're trying to bring exclusive bands from Ex-Yugoslavian countries and also international ones. UNPEACE from Finland will perform, for example, and some more bands like SEDEM MINUT STRACHU, 7 MINUTES OF NAUSEA, probably PATARENI (exclusive show) etc.

I can post more details soon if someone is interesting.

You email adress is hidden, since i dont have FB it would be nice if you could provide an email adress. You send it via PM  too.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on January 14, 2016, 04:44:10 PM
Oh, I'm so sorry. I'm still new here and I suck when it comes to forums haha.. Need to investigate more.

Here is my e-mail:

bloody_psychotic_disease@yahoo.com

If administration gives me a permission, I'd like to open a topic in concert section about festival that will held in Novi Sad, Serbia. We will also have harsh noise performers, and we're open for more co-operations, suggestions, tips, offers etc.

Talking about ENERGUMENO, 90% they will come to Novi Sad. Manuel will also do a solo set under the MIXTURIZER name.



Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on January 14, 2016, 05:51:15 PM
Intestinal Disgorge's first album before they could be more easily pinned down as goregrind.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BgwoTUEpGu8



Turd disco \m/.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zodiac on January 18, 2016, 08:41:57 AM
Quite nice blast. Anybody got something from them ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=40DP3bj68w4


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on January 29, 2016, 03:48:55 PM
Mikko, do you distribute any of the four tapes you just mentioned? I emailed Manolo a while ago to no avail...

Best is to send email when asking for items. I need to check, but maybe...

ENERGUMENO "Extractos Ano 2015" tape
RONF Records
This is pretty much ideal way of making noisecore! 15 sessions during 2015, best moments chopped into tape. Sound varies enough, but not too much. Energy stays on high levels. Fast, brutal, fierce and still very much back-to-basics noisecore tradition! Could be perhaps among very best of currently active noisecore I have heard?



Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zodiac on January 29, 2016, 04:11:51 PM
New additions:

CHOCHOS Y MOSCAS "untitled" Tape (Dente Podi Records)
Seems live-tape, since he talks between the tracks. It is Spanish i guess, so i dont understand. Massive wall of blast in short durations. I did totally
enjoy this tape.

FOOTJOB - 59 Songs Demo ´07 (Sonicarse Tapes)
Sexualized Noisecore Assault !! Voice is just guttural gutter noise. Sound remains in territory of grindnoise.

NOISE/ BARULHO ENSURDECEDOR - Split Tape (Virus Productions)
NOISE delivers the goods with frantic blasts of noisecore and overall noisy atmosphere. BARULHO ENSURDECEDOR explodes into sheer noise
madness and sometimes bordes on primitive harsh noise, when the madness wall gets so thick, it is just a noisy punch to your face. Totaly recommended.


PS: In case anybody wants to look after these tapes, just check Discogs.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: vomitgore on January 30, 2016, 09:46:41 PM
Planning to do a C60 that compiles virtually all of the RECTAL MACHETE material except that from the split with Funeral Mongoloids. Noisy and aggressive material from Finland without humour, goofiness and so on. Some juicy Gonzo and vintage Porn pictures have already been chosen to accompany the release.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zodiac on January 31, 2016, 08:53:16 PM
Planning to do a C60 that compiles virtually all of the RECTAL MACHETE material except that from the split with Funeral Mongoloids. Noisy and aggressive material from Finland without humour, goofiness and so on. Some juicy Gonzo and vintage Porn pictures have already been chosen to accompany the release.

That´s sound right up a my alley. Good luck with this project.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on February 29, 2016, 03:32:09 PM
I'd like to post some "proto-noisecore" and obscure bands / records from South America and Italy but also to introduce you some newer ones (from my country - Serbia).

AGONIA "Nessuna agonia ci farà morire" LP from 1985! This is one man band from drummer of well-known Italian hardcore band Wretched. Half of the running time of side A are spoken parts that deals with the typical banal and boring militant PC rethorics, and other half is chaotic thrashy hardcore / proto-noisecore madness! If we cut all those useless parts, we'll have enough music for one 7" EP, not LP. Anyway, it's classic release, very fast, chaotic and unpredictable that was way ahead of its time (Brigado do Odio or Rapt comes to my mind!).

Here is a youtube link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3hUmOIEKliY

HERPES "Medellin" 7" EP from 1989. This record easily takes a place in the top audio brutalities! The Medellin (Colombia) bands of this era are all extremely distorted, completely sloppy, rough and raw and very direct. Beside Herpes, there were also Confusion (also one of my all-time favorite!), Ataque de Sonido... just to name some. Copies of the official Herpes "Medellin" reissue (Fuck Yoga from Macedonia) are still available, also good friend of mine has few copies. If someone is interesting, drop me a line.

Youtube link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zmgmalqmyks

ATENTAT NA SLUH "Nostalgija" 3" from 2009. Very interesting format, 3" vinyl, released by already mentioned Fuck Yoga. Atentat na Sluh is real representative noisecore band from Serbia, and probably the only noisecore act. Patareni, Buka, Fear of Dog are inactive for a long time... Thrashing, raw riffs, sloppy and primitive drumming covered with pissed-off shrieks and shouting. This is 2-minute of uncompromising, analog recorded noisecore in old traditional way.

Link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2tEkSqWvlI



Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Duality on March 22, 2016, 10:17:51 AM
Intolitarian - Deathangle Absolution
Really good "structured" noisecore. Hateful and violent, it really is a great to listen to in a  bad mood. My only complaint would be that the spoken word parts are painfully cheesy and come off as really silly. But whatever, I guess it builds an elitist atmosphere to the music, so who cares.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: SiClark on March 22, 2016, 01:05:42 PM
Intolitarian - Deathangle Absolution
Really good "structured" noisecore. Hateful and violent, it really is a great to listen to in a  bad mood. My only complaint would be that the spoken word parts are painfully cheesy and come off as really silly. But whatever, I guess it builds an elitist atmosphere to the music, so who cares.
First album was better. I sold the recent CD as I'm not a fan of the spoken word parts, very difficult to take seriously.....


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Bleak Existence on March 22, 2016, 02:37:45 PM
does there real good 7MON worship bands from the past or present ?


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on March 31, 2016, 02:28:43 PM
does there real good 7MON worship bands from the past or present ?

Aren't the pioneering a completely new sound? Maybe Khanate's first album at a real stretch (??)

You ever hear this? It's my upload from a pretty obscure compilation:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4iaDUMKUjg


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Bleak Existence on March 31, 2016, 08:57:30 PM
nope but it original and good .. but i was talking to their more traditional blurr noisecore than that !


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on April 02, 2016, 10:33:34 PM
nope but it original and good .. but i was talking to their more traditional blurr noisecore than that !

oh, ok. Don't know. Glad you enjoyed the track.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: totalabuse on April 09, 2016, 06:30:09 PM
art for my project Mental Abortion's upcoming 7" flexi:

(http://i.imgur.com/njrmEEP.png)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on April 10, 2016, 11:09:33 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnFjmZOBg0Q


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on April 11, 2016, 06:15:10 PM
(https://scontent.fbeg2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpa1/v/t1.0-9/12963465_970032423093084_7446617797639937627_n.jpg?oh=f2e735d8b0d59353832bbe5c95858467&oe=57823597)

Shameless self-promotion hehe... I'm doing pre-order actually, gathering the sizes, if someone is interesting, then I'll print. Since it's limited edition. In the past I also printed noisecore and grindcore t-shirts like Tumor, Dahmer, Exulceration, Agathocles and some hardcore: Siege, Rupture.. All official, with permission of the band, exclusive arts on it.



Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on April 21, 2016, 11:01:12 AM
VIOLENT NOISE ATTACK "complete deafness 1988/1989" LP
Nice to see such an old school grind/noisecore madness on vinyl! There are plenty of tracks which fall into category of Fear Of God / Agathocles / Napalm Death, but many times they work also as interludes for noisecore blasting. Vocals remind of Tumor/Rot.

INAUDIBLE "Musical Destruction (demo 92 - 71 tunes)" tape
Not sure when this has landed in my pile of tapes, but probably not in 1992! I grabbed it from pile of stuff since I was lured by badly xeroxed cover with hand drawn logos, crossed melodynote and noticing that contact address says "Steeve Bouchard". My assumption that he is the Bleak Existence/World Downfall guy, also here on forum. Always nice to find some teenage year noisecore demos from people, haha! What we have here, is very much in tradition of era. Quite thin, quite sloppy, sort of rehearsal-like recording of noisecore waste what is useless for everybody else in the world but fanatical noisecore lovers.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Bleak Existence on April 21, 2016, 12:27:38 PM
yeah Inaudible was me and 2 others guy noisecore that's the only thing we ever recorded thnx for nice review


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on April 21, 2016, 08:12:17 PM
VIOLENT NOISE ATTACK "complete deafness 1988/1989" LP
Nice to see such an old school grind/noisecore madness on vinyl! There are plenty of tracks which fall into category of Fear Of God / Agathocles / Napalm Death, but many times they work also as interludes for noisecore blasting. Vocals remind of Tumor/Rot.

Great comp. Right on of FOAD to put this crazy thing out.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on April 24, 2016, 04:46:47 PM
Yeah, that VNA discography LP is great. I'm not surprised that F.O.A.D. put that out, having in mind that Giulio from Cripple Bastards runs it, and he is big noisecore fan... He also done few more discographies and reissues like Tumor, Sore Throat... And he is currently working on 7 Minutes of Nausea discography, including material 'till mid '90s. Lots of unreleased sessions etc.

7 Minutes Of Nausea 1/4" reels ready for processing...

(https://scontent.fbeg1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/hphotos-xpt1/v/t1.0-9/12832462_10205880545795711_2118969574708552334_n.jpg?oh=f6f6dbe76dce2322a7fae7a14f002a5c&oe=57B9D398)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on April 24, 2016, 07:05:56 PM
That 7MON anthology is going to rule.

I agree, the Tumor, Sore Throat and Fear of God reissues are all great.

I'm hoping the Fear of God stuff gets collected into a CD set too, to replace my shitty rips.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on April 25, 2016, 02:38:16 PM
That 7MON anthology is going to rule.

I agree, the Tumor, Sore Throat and Fear of God reissues are all great.

I'm hoping the Fear of God stuff gets collected into a CD set too, to replace my shitty rips.

Not by any means a discography but a cd with some unreleased material + maybe tracks you you'd wanted to replace:

https://dave-phillips.bandcamp.com/album/burladingen-steinen-fribourg


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on April 25, 2016, 04:02:47 PM
That 7MON anthology is going to rule.

I agree, the Tumor, Sore Throat and Fear of God reissues are all great.

I'm hoping the Fear of God stuff gets collected into a CD set too, to replace my shitty rips.

Not by any means a discography but a cd with some unreleased material + maybe tracks you you'd wanted to replace:

https://dave-phillips.bandcamp.com/album/burladingen-steinen-fribourg

Oh cheers! I should really order that. I love Dave Philip's stuff, I have the Hermeneutics of FOG and the LP with the
Swastika US flag. And the collab 7" with Wiese. All great.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on April 26, 2016, 10:20:16 PM
That 7MON anthology is going to rule.

I agree, the Tumor, Sore Throat and Fear of God reissues are all great.

I'm hoping the Fear of God stuff gets collected into a CD set too, to replace my shitty rips.

Not by any means a discography but a cd with some unreleased material + maybe tracks you you'd wanted to replace:

https://dave-phillips.bandcamp.com/album/burladingen-steinen-fribourg

Oh cheers! I should really order that. I love Dave Philip's stuff, I have the Hermeneutics of FOG and the LP with the
Swastika US flag. And the collab 7" with Wiese. All great.

Yeah, I do to. I have some of the Hermeneutics of FOG on his compilation on Blossoming Noise, killer stuff!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: jaysidetracked on May 18, 2016, 05:30:55 PM
Here's 11 of the 32 songs from the Annihilation Doctrine ep. Cd to be released by Problems They Persist and lathe to be released by F.O.A.D.

(https://scontent.fsnc1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-0/s480x480/13240553_1274614369234396_7363290307274097856_n.jpg?oh=fde2243c3149c2bf1a819ab561bd4231&oe=57A6DC65)
https://sidetracked.bandcamp.com/album/annihilation-doctrine-sample


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on June 06, 2016, 10:57:11 PM
If admins agree, I can open a topic about our event? Since it's noisecore-related (not totally, but we have some exclusive noisecore acts).

(https://scontent.fbeg1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/13321963_1157268984294939_1299350366756385327_n.jpg?oh=ac293383672909491525d3eaad54720f&oe=57CC8235)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: SILVUM on June 07, 2016, 03:25:42 PM
Great news!  Hopefully will have all the demos and weird old split tapes.  Have all the 7" besides the a.c. split.  Worship 7mon.  Things like Thrashbora flexi are pinnacles for my tastes.  Been hoping this would happen.  Hopefully cd edition box.

Love that picture.

Yeah, that VNA discography LP is great. I'm not surprised that F.O.A.D. put that out, having in mind that Giulio from Cripple Bastards runs it, and he is big noisecore fan... He also done few more discographies and reissues like Tumor, Sore Throat... And he is currently working on 7 Minutes of Nausea discography, including material 'till mid '90s. Lots of unreleased sessions etc.

7 Minutes Of Nausea 1/4" reels ready for processing...


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: jaysidetracked on June 07, 2016, 10:19:06 PM
Great news!  Hopefully will have all the demos and weird old split tapes.  Have all the 7" besides the a.c. split.  Worship 7mon.  Things like Thrashbora flexi are pinnacles for my tastes.  Been hoping this would happen.  Hopefully cd edition box.

Love that picture.

Yeah, that VNA discography LP is great. I'm not surprised that F.O.A.D. put that out, having in mind that Giulio from Cripple Bastards runs it, and he is big noisecore fan... He also done few more discographies and reissues like Tumor, Sore Throat... And he is currently working on 7 Minutes of Nausea discography, including material 'till mid '90s. Lots of unreleased sessions etc.

7 Minutes Of Nausea 1/4" reels ready for processing...


I was hoping for a cd edition too for the 7MON. Seems to make a lot more sense especially if you want to navigate around but unfortunately I think they're just planning lps.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on June 10, 2016, 01:46:36 AM
They're thinking of doing the Fear of God stuff in a box set much like the Tumor set so don't give up hope in the long run of a CD edition.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: jaysidetracked on June 11, 2016, 02:17:39 AM
They're thinking of doing the Fear of God stuff in a box set much like the Tumor set so don't give up hope in the long run of a CD edition.

This is good to hear


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on July 05, 2016, 03:59:39 PM
ATAQUE DEMENCIAL "Enslavos De La Realidad" tape
RONF
I probably said before, but it is amusing how there is much of the same guys in noisecore who always was there. Not sure if Ataque Demencial is something new, but I assume it is probably just Genital Masticator related (just a guess..) Spanish noisecore. Fast as fuck. Despite you hear snare is very quite gravityblast, it reminds of good old days of early Tumor demos, Exterminio Brutal demos or Anal Cunt in its first forms. Just insanely fast snare torment, almost harsh noise like noise on top. Vocals are there, but no upfront screaming. Among the very best noisecore tapes of recent times. At the same time traditional, but also notch of experimentation because it doesn't seem to rely on basic guitar/bass sound as much as feedback and such? Especially in 2nd session. But nothing what would make it artsy. Tape consist two sessions from 2016, which is nice as it gives some variation to sound. I know RONF titles may be hard to get at this moment, but if any chance, go for this!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zeno Marx on July 05, 2016, 07:49:49 PM
https://www.discogs.com/artist/583141-Atrofia-Cerebral

I was surprised to find out Atrofia Cerebral are still active.  Two CDs and half of a 7" worth of material in 2015.  Even with some production, they're very good.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEFMHnDjUOY

SPHC has a good roster of upcoming records.

https://sphcrecords.bandcamp.com/album/noise-demo-tapes-1991-1995-lp-sphc-57

http://sphcrecords.bandcamp.com/album/on-tour-this-summer-sete-star-sept-beast-world-lp-sphc-70


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on July 06, 2016, 03:51:35 AM
Holy fuck that Noise LP is going to be unreal.

Same with the SSS LP.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: breidahl on July 06, 2016, 11:48:22 PM
does there real good 7MON worship bands from the past or present ?
Members from Final Exit did the 7MoN-influenced project/band OPS-PSF.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDxPMx6wHm8 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDxPMx6wHm8)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on July 08, 2016, 03:54:07 AM
There's more excellent noisecore stuff on Dan/SPHC's Bandcamp (Anal Butt' stuff, Putrefaçao Humana 7".) Also, the upcoming Industrial Holocaust recordings are absolutely killer.

There's a new OPS-PSF 4-way split tape coming out soon with (among others) the ever amazing Penis Geyser.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: narcolepsia on July 08, 2016, 01:02:57 PM
(http://i193.photobucket.com/albums/z79/masonna_2007/descarganociva_zpsopqqhvgk.jpg)

OUT NOW ON POÇO DISCOS

poço009 – DESCARGA NOCIVA “DESOLACIÓN TOTAL / TRISTE FUTURO” C60 (in conspiracy with Sodomistic Rituals Prods)
Historic archive of peruvian grind-noise containing all material ever recorded by the band (both 1990 demos, “Desolación Total” and “Triste Futuro”, as well as 3 rehearsals recorded between 1992 and 1993) that will satisfy those craving for the classic ruthless south american sound. Expect nothing but orthodox primitivism. NO PROGRESS.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcNrWYABpPY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UK1PcytX-8

Edition of 75.

5.00 € + postage

No trades on this one, sorry. Wholesale is possible.

Orders : doofundoodoo @ gmail.com

https://doofundoodoo.wordpress.com/


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on July 17, 2016, 01:37:04 PM
Just heard these brothers (Deche Charge) thought I share:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gQq9_u8zd4


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Bleak Existence on July 17, 2016, 02:30:10 PM
DC is the oldest noisecore from where i live province of quebec and with AC influenced Inaudible my noisecore bands in 92 now that's good memories ...


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on July 17, 2016, 04:08:22 PM
DC is the oldest noisecore from where i live province of quebec and with AC influenced Inaudible my noisecore bands in 92 now that's good memories ...

They're awesome, funny too.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on July 18, 2016, 12:28:19 PM
How long has everyone been listening to another of my  new discoveries?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1h7KBJ0KOg


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on July 18, 2016, 03:03:22 PM
Disleksic are fucking awesome. They even have a split with Deche-Charge!!

They did a split flexi with Sete Star Sept that was aces.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on July 18, 2016, 06:24:46 PM
ATAQUE DEMENCIAL "Enslavos De La Realidad" tape
RONF
I probably said before, but it is amusing how there is much of the same guys in noisecore who always was there. Not sure if Ataque Demencial is something new, but I assume it is probably just Genital Masticator related (just a guess..) Spanish noisecore. Fast as fuck. Despite you hear snare is very quite gravityblast, it reminds of good old days of early Tumor demos, Exterminio Brutal demos or Anal Cunt in its first forms. Just insanely fast snare torment, almost harsh noise like noise on top. Vocals are there, but no upfront screaming. Among the very best noisecore tapes of recent times. At the same time traditional, but also notch of experimentation because it doesn't seem to rely on basic guitar/bass sound as much as feedback and such? Especially in 2nd session. But nothing what would make it artsy. Tape consist two sessions from 2016, which is nice as it gives some variation to sound. I know RONF titles may be hard to get at this moment, but if any chance, go for this!

Cool review! I also dig up this tape. It's great to see old noisecore veterans still have enthusiasm for noisecore, after 20+ years. By the way, ENERGUMENO show here in Novi Sad was total blast! They were a highlight of the festival! I'll post a pictures later.. also UNPEACE, NAPALM DEATH IS DEATH, CHAPPA'AI, ATENTAT NA SLUH, CUNTS, PISSDEADS and lots more, not only noisecore.

P.S. Can someone help me to get KALI YUGA NOISE tape? I talked with Niko, but he told me they are already sold out. Limited only to 100 copies.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on July 18, 2016, 06:30:44 PM
https://www.discogs.com/artist/583141-Atrofia-Cerebral

I was surprised to find out Atrofia Cerebral are still active.  Two CDs and half of a 7" worth of material in 2015.  Even with some production, they're very good.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEFMHnDjUOY

SPHC has a good roster of upcoming records.

https://sphcrecords.bandcamp.com/album/noise-demo-tapes-1991-1995-lp-sphc-57

http://sphcrecords.bandcamp.com/album/on-tour-this-summer-sete-star-sept-beast-world-lp-sphc-70

Is that NOISE LP out? I couldn't find it on the website of that SPHC label, no info.. Or I'm blind haha? I hope some European distros will get a copies. Postage from USA to Europe is insane + customs taxes...


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on July 18, 2016, 09:55:46 PM
I don't think it's out until later this summer, same with the Sete Star Sept LP


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on July 20, 2016, 02:40:44 AM
Urine Festival - Of A Hermaphroditic Enema & An Urophilic Pissparty Pleasure

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzrFQ_WVNPo

Total pornocore; porno-noisegrind if you will!!

Those are 'toilet harmonised vocals' btw

Thoughts? Novel, huh?


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on July 21, 2016, 09:21:09 PM
(http://i193.photobucket.com/albums/z79/masonna_2007/descarganociva_zpsopqqhvgk.jpg)

OUT NOW ON POÇO DISCOS

poço009 – DESCARGA NOCIVA “DESOLACIÓN TOTAL / TRISTE FUTURO” C60 (in conspiracy with Sodomistic Rituals Prods)
Historic archive of peruvian grind-noise containing all material ever recorded by the band (both 1990 demos, “Desolación Total” and “Triste Futuro”, as well as 3 rehearsals recorded between 1992 and 1993) that will satisfy those craving for the classic ruthless south american sound. Expect nothing but orthodox primitivism. NO PROGRESS.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jcNrWYABpPY

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5UK1PcytX-8

Edition of 75.

5.00 € + postage

No trades on this one, sorry. Wholesale is possible.

Orders : doofundoodoo @ gmail.com

https://doofundoodoo.wordpress.com/

Looking forward to get this tape!

By the way, here are some pictures from our festival in Novi Sad, Serbia...

NAPALM DEATH IS DEAD (Japan)

(https://scontent.fbeg2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/13613233_1183739658314538_3478014019800053111_o.jpg)

UNPEACE (Finland)

(https://scontent.fbeg2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/13613284_1183734188315085_198384913577037695_o.jpg)

SEDEM MINUT STRACHU (Slovakia)

(https://scontent.fbeg2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/13662015_1184893678199136_8605098551380475315_o.jpg)

ENERGUMENO (Spain)

(https://scontent.fbeg2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/13669354_1186127694742401_7789706972838020131_o.jpg)

PISSDEADS (Russia)

(https://scontent.fbeg2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/13640931_1183988358289668_1957971385816058953_o.jpg)

MALAD (Ukraine)

(https://scontent.fbeg2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/13724038_1186131714741999_455110797973695777_o.jpg)

BONUS:

(https://scontent.fbeg2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/13716104_1184968978191606_4808526102338012405_n.jpg?oh=b4ed7cd1c28e162c7cfe216c5906c71c&oe=582963DA)



Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: V.T.R on July 21, 2016, 11:17:15 PM

UNPEACE (Finland)

(https://scontent.fbeg2-1.fna.fbcdn.net/t31.0-8/13613284_1183734188315085_198384913577037695_o.jpg)


"Oispa kossua."


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: panzerterror on July 23, 2016, 03:07:35 PM
Viina ja hiki haisee


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on July 26, 2016, 07:50:12 PM
Sete Star Sept are the fucking balls:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gKMgIP8N6qs

FUCK AYE!!!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on August 07, 2016, 12:25:50 PM
... Here's hoping

Sanity's Dawn:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ts9cVhDDsw

Much more on the grindcore end of noisecore but excellent stuff I thought, enjoy!

Here's something more true to this thread's intent, I hope you enjoy it too.

Shitpig:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ifADeyFKsnQ


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on August 17, 2016, 10:08:05 PM
hiya


Just in case somebody hasn't heard it (plus pornographic photographs of vaginas on youtube!!):


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xx2pW-Y22q4


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on September 17, 2016, 06:56:05 PM
My band has two demos out - one is noisecore, one is raw grinding punk. Check it out if you have 2 minutes.

www.postnataldrip.bandcamp.com (http://www.postnataldrip.bandcamp.com)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on May 02, 2017, 11:45:53 PM
Y'all should check out our new demo. It's friggin' sick, raw as fuck. PM me for trade if you wish. Artwork by Paul Pfeiffer of WADGE.

https://postnataldrip.bandcamp.com/album/bottfly-larvae-in-my-ballsac (https://postnataldrip.bandcamp.com/album/bottfly-larvae-in-my-ballsac)

(https://c1.staticflickr.com/3/2847/33517478843_53b83242df_z.jpg) (https://flic.kr/p/T4PQJg)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: manuelM on June 21, 2017, 10:35:46 AM
Hi, I just had this new page created for my old band Genital Masticator on R.O.N.F. Records site, I thought some of you might like to check it out, it has quite a long bio, pics and audios, covers...

http://www.ronfrecords.com/genital_masticator.php (http://www.ronfrecords.com/genital_masticator.php)

You can also check the Ataque Demencial 1st demo, which is 1 year old, here:

http://www.ronfrecords.com/ataquedemencial/home.html (http://www.ronfrecords.com/ataquedemencial/home.html)

enjoy, thanks


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: morbid_dyspepsia on June 24, 2017, 08:53:15 AM
Just found "v/a - spain's early noisegrind history (1990-95) " can't believe I hadn't stumbled across this earlier


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: manuelM on June 24, 2017, 11:30:20 AM
Just found "v/a - spain's early noisegrind history (1990-95) " can't believe I hadn't stumbled across this earlier

yeah, This one >>> https://archive.org/details/rnc-002 (https://archive.org/details/rnc-002)
99 Spanish 1990-1995 Noisegrind bands


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Thor on July 15, 2017, 06:45:41 AM
Guess I've only stuck with Intolitarian so far, haven't found anything from this genre I like quite as much


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on July 15, 2017, 06:49:22 PM
Guess I've only stuck with Intolitarian so far, haven't found anything from this genre I like quite as much

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnTu_c734DE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FG3Mdxv8H1s&t=640s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pD7NPtnJyvw

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5gQq9_u8zd4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7TSMPV9fGDw



Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on July 28, 2017, 01:03:19 PM
After stubbornly waiting FOR YEARS FOAD Records from Italy finally found this great surprise in the mailbox: the RAPT masters for a total discography release on FOAD!! Still no idea about the release date as there are many records planned before this, but it's all sure and confirmed now: there will be a complete RAPT vinyl discography on.

(https://scontent.fbeg1-1.fna.fbcdn.net/v/t1.0-9/20294040_10209683200019690_2524550747975274482_n.jpg?oh=476fd9b15bf26b172048da7d13253a0d&oe=59F32BD1)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on July 28, 2017, 05:38:28 PM
A RAPT discography would be unreal! What fantastic fucking news!!!!!!!

I have that LP on Sludge with no cover but that is kind of a mess and definitely incomplete.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zeno Marx on July 28, 2017, 06:28:47 PM
Didn't Speedstate, the great, shortlived Japanese label do a Rapt discography?


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: jaysidetracked on July 28, 2017, 09:55:26 PM
Didn't Speedstate, the great, shortlived Japanese label do a Rapt discography?

This is true. "Mind Your Head". Great disc


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on July 29, 2017, 11:30:15 AM
jaysidetracked is right, "Mind Your Head" is title of that digipack cd. I think the same label put out Psycho Sin semi-discography cd also on digipack. I have it, and if I remember well, it includes only certain tracks from demo tapes and some live tracks. So it's more like a compilation of songs and not discography. As I said, I can't remember 100% so I need to dig up my cd from the shelves and re-check...

 


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Rhan-Tegoth on September 07, 2017, 09:46:23 AM
LES ORPHELINS DUPLESSIS, Canadian Noisecore, released by Deathangle Absolution in 2013, nothing groundbreaking but still entertaining stuff in the vein of Anal Cunt, Fear of God etc.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4RPB2lcK4U

Does anyone know if these guys still are active, maybe with other projects? Was in contact with one of them back then but lost it later...


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Johann on September 08, 2017, 04:11:06 AM
Has anyone heard any news on the 7MON discography on FOAD, I know it's been about a year and a half since it was last talked about. Hopefully soon!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on September 13, 2017, 11:59:38 AM
Has anyone heard any news on the 7MON discography on FOAD, I know it's been about a year and a half since it was last talked about. Hopefully soon!

There were delays with master reels and tapes. I also hope it will be out soon, together with Rapt.

Switching now to Japanese noisecore. The old WORLD is dead, this is NEW WORLD! The program is released on two formats; 3", housed inside the blade of a guillotine, measuring 16 x 30 cm- designed and hand-crafted by Daisaku Nii. And 4" version, with a fold-out cover + obi.

This is how 3" looks like:

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Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on September 13, 2017, 12:00:37 PM
Fuck Yoga from Macedonia release it: neveranswerthephone AT gmail DOT com


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: radokaz on October 14, 2017, 09:10:53 PM
official Deche-approved re-print on long sleeve in 45 copies.    eur 13,- (plus postage)     radokaz at yahoo dot com
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Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on October 14, 2017, 09:44:44 PM
There were delays with master reels and tapes. I also hope it will be out soon, together with Rapt.

If FOAD put out the 7MON and RAPT releases at the same time I reckon I would go berserk ordering that shit.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on November 09, 2017, 01:56:07 AM
Sedem Minut Strachu and Erectile Dementia have released full length LPs this year.

I have the SMS already and just ordered the Erectile Dementia one. High hopes.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on February 05, 2018, 04:29:54 PM
https://youtu.be/UYHHO9I0xYg (https://youtu.be/UYHHO9I0xYg)

Suh Minutes of Dude

Total unreal Fear of God worship



Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Frataxin on February 06, 2018, 12:10:03 AM
Meat Shits have always been my favorite.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LdhvFWVubbo


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on February 06, 2018, 11:12:44 AM
Mine is Pissdeads

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8kqVL4kaPA8

best drummer ever


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on February 07, 2018, 11:38:05 PM
Fear of God and Rapt LPs up for pre order at FOAD


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Decrepitude on February 11, 2018, 08:35:07 PM
This thing will be out I guess at the end of the month on Septic Aroma Of Reeking Stench. https://youtu.be/kXTv8wNd0fQ


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on February 11, 2018, 08:55:24 PM
This thing will be out I guess at the end of the month on Septic Aroma Of Reeking Stench. https://youtu.be/kXTv8wNd0fQ

SAORS just released a tape by Chappa'ai and holy fuck is it ever a rager.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGfG_3KfBWc (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGfG_3KfBWc)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Strangecross on March 07, 2018, 05:55:20 PM
I have always liked No Lyrics Records noisecore output. Anyone know what happened to Rafael?


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Decrepitude on March 11, 2018, 09:48:42 PM
This thing will be out I guess at the end of the month on Septic Aroma Of Reeking Stench. https://youtu.be/kXTv8wNd0fQ

SAORS just released a tape by Chappa'ai and holy fuck is it ever a rager.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGfG_3KfBWc (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGfG_3KfBWc)

This sounded great. Might have to pick it up at some point.

The tape is now out. Uploaded it to youtube a bit ago if someone cares. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPmFgmBtUmk


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on March 16, 2018, 07:32:33 PM
Post Natal Drip / Moisture Discipline split C20 “Fuck You Craft Beer Asshole”

https://postnataldrip.bandcamp.com/album/fuck-you-craft-beer-asshole (https://postnataldrip.bandcamp.com/album/fuck-you-craft-beer-asshole)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Deadpriest on March 17, 2018, 10:15:03 PM
Permenent Death:
https://rec4rape.bandcamp.com/track/gothic-sucks-ix


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on March 18, 2018, 04:57:43 PM
Post Natal Drip / Moisture Discipline split C20 “Fuck You Craft Beer Asshole”

https://postnataldrip.bandcamp.com/album/fuck-you-craft-beer-asshole (https://postnataldrip.bandcamp.com/album/fuck-you-craft-beer-asshole)

ha!  nice title and track names.  $7 CAD for this?!  i'd rather buy some craft beer for that price.

Ha! I have never had anyone pay for an MP3 even when it was a dollar nor would I, I guess I just let it roll with the default bandcamp pricing.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: harald mentor on April 09, 2018, 10:48:33 AM
Teaser:

https://youtu.be/5SgcmEQGmxM

Kali Yuga Noise / Massacre Anti Musica split 12" vinyl LP "Discipline Through Distortion", two noisecore bands from Finland. Out on Bestial Burst, release date April 20th 2018. www.bestialburst.com


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on April 09, 2018, 11:40:32 AM
Who are Massacre Anti Musica? I'm curious to see if they're better than Massacre Anti Humano...


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: harald mentor on April 09, 2018, 01:59:18 PM
Who are Massacre Anti Musica? I'm curious to see if they're better than Massacre Anti Humano...

Even worse... check out the YouTube link.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on April 09, 2018, 11:34:18 PM
Did it but it's not long enough for me to make my mind about it I'm afraid. And I'm still curious to know who's in the band...


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: harald mentor on April 13, 2018, 05:48:37 PM
Did it but it's not long enough for me to make my mind about it I'm afraid. And I'm still curious to know who's in the band...

Whoever is in the band is not the point and not revealed in the covers, I guess it's just best for you not to get this album.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: h8jussi on April 27, 2018, 02:51:08 PM
Teaser:

https://youtu.be/5SgcmEQGmxM

Kali Yuga Noise / Massacre Anti Musica split 12" vinyl LP "Discipline Through Distortion", two noisecore bands from Finland. Out on Bestial Burst, release date April 20th 2018. www.bestialburst.com

If anybody in my area(Turku, Finland) wants this, contact me. Trades are possible for good, similar releases. All other interested parties, please, contact Bestial Burst.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: downward on May 10, 2018, 10:26:27 PM
https://skitnaste.bandcamp.com/album/3-way (https://skitnaste.bandcamp.com/album/3-way)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on May 11, 2018, 08:58:05 PM
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Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: PatrykP1980 on June 11, 2018, 11:13:45 PM
Slaughter Of The Innocents / Seven Minutes Of Nausea - split 7''

https://soti.bandcamp.com/album/2017-death-to-the-false-emperor-alternating-split-7-with-7mon



Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: PatrykP1980 on June 11, 2018, 11:24:00 PM
New Suppression ' Placebo Reality ' LP. Noisegrind from U.S.A.

https://chaoticnoiseproductions.bandcamp.com/album/suppression-placebo-reality-lp


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on June 12, 2018, 03:44:22 PM
New Suppression ' Placebo Reality ' LP. Noisegrind from U.S.A.

https://chaoticnoiseproductions.bandcamp.com/album/suppression-placebo-reality-lp

Didn’t get a chance to see them but this LP is a frickin’ banger. I heard real good things about their sets from some friends who went out to see them.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: PatrykP1980 on June 13, 2018, 10:24:44 PM
Their other lasts recordings are also really solid, more in a noisegrind style ( 'rats in control room' , 'oblivion riders' , splits with reeking cross, energumeno, landfill , sedem minut strachu ).Another great noisegrind band from U.S.A. is Reeking Cross.

https://reekingcross.bandcamp.com/album/cloaked-in-vermin-septik-brain-2015

https://psychocontrolrecords.bandcamp.com/album/psycho-053-landfill-reeking-cross-split-7ep

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLH2qCuC1Q8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6ejq-kyI6k


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Niko on August 03, 2018, 03:36:26 AM
International Noisecore 12" out this year:

Kali Yuga Noise(FIN)
Frenulum(FIN/AUS)
Massacre Anti-musica(FIN)
Nihilist Commando(FIN)
Pluerisy(AUS)
Sedem Minut Strachu(SVK)
Kaasukammio(FIN)
Nyrkki(FIN)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zeno Marx on August 04, 2018, 09:40:30 PM
Sexorcist - Welcome To Your Death collection CD, aka Brutality Reigns Supreme - Sexorcist: The Whole Story CDR (which has two more tracks)

I'd never heard this.  I don't remember the Brutality Reigns Supreme/Gruesome Stuff Relish disc sounding like this, but maybe I'm wrong.  The two demos, one of which was re-branded for release on Wild Rags, are great.  If you're into that area between grind and noisecore, you might like this.  I found them to be primal and cavemanish like Confusion and Fear of God.  Not quite to classic level, but that's why I was liking what I heard.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: h8jussi on August 05, 2018, 02:48:42 AM
Sexorcist - Welcome To Your Death collection CD, aka Brutality Reigns Supreme - Sexorcist: The Whole Story CDR (which has two more tracks)

I'd never heard this.  I don't remember the Brutality Reigns Supreme/Gruesome Stuff Relish disc sounding like this, but maybe I'm wrong.  The two demos, one of which was re-branded for release on Wild Rags, are great.  If you're into that area between grind and noisecore, you might like this.  I found them to be primal and cavemanish like Confusion and Fear of God.  Not quite to classic level, but that's why I was liking what I heard.

You got me interested. Where can I get this?

I mean I worship Fear Of God and do also like Confusion a lot.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zeno Marx on August 05, 2018, 06:11:26 PM
The Wild Rags MCD/demo is on youtube.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zarko on December 10, 2018, 07:57:23 PM
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Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on December 10, 2018, 10:50:26 PM
My band recorded a Christmas noisecore album if you’re feeling even remotely festive.....

https://postnataldrip.bandcamp.com/album/the-post-natal-drip-christmas-album (https://postnataldrip.bandcamp.com/album/the-post-natal-drip-christmas-album)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: CannibalRitual on January 17, 2019, 09:34:32 AM
Check out my newest recording. Not strictly noisecore but heavily influenced:

https://mortuarygrinder.bandcamp.com/album/split-w-captain-three-leg (https://mortuarygrinder.bandcamp.com/album/split-w-captain-three-leg)

Coming soon on pro-cdr as a co-release between Mortville Noise/Whisky Warfare Records.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: brutalist_tapes on January 18, 2019, 09:40:05 PM
Official GENITAL MASTICATOR and ATENTAT NA SLUH t-shirts out now!

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NICE!

been listening to noisecore since i was.. 15-16 perhaps? my path was definitely fast hardcore, rough grindcore and then, before harsh noise and power electronics became an interest, noisecore. i had a different attitude towards it then, liking a lot of the overtly humorous stuff etc. - mikko's old noisecore site, if anyone remembers that, was definitely important for setting me on the right path. today my favourites are the bleak, rough and hateful noisecore preferably without any humor, unless it's really, really pitch-black, but i can live with it if it isn't overdone.

bands/projects & records that are all-time favourites include (in no order) world - discography (jpn), nihilist commando - everything, confusion - the 7", exterminio brutal - discography compilation i think, noise/industrial holocaust 7", the mighty fear of god & 7MON and of course the gerogerigegege - tokyo anal dynamite! there is probably more, but i forget..

i also really enjoy extremely rough grindcore and war metal.. bands like intolitarian & nyogthaeblisz (and the classicks of course).. any recommendations in that area?



Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: DSOL on January 19, 2019, 12:12:03 AM
i also really enjoy extremely rough grindcore and war metal.. bands like intolitarian & nyogthaeblisz (and the classicks of course).. any recommendations in that area?

Tetragrammacide
Reek of the Unzen Gas Fumes
Konflict
Tsalal


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: brutalist_tapes on January 19, 2019, 12:33:26 AM
i also really enjoy extremely rough grindcore and war metal.. bands like intolitarian & nyogthaeblisz (and the classicks of course).. any recommendations in that area?

Tetragrammacide
Reek of the Unzen Gas Fumes
Konflict
Tsalal
didn't know the last two, thx!!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: brutalist_tapes on January 19, 2019, 09:49:32 AM
maybe this will be something for the noisecoreheads here.. this is digital only, but phyiscal rehearsal tape will come w/real drums. totally non-musical noisecore with obscure themes. check it out if you want, cheers https://brutalisttapes.bandcamp.com/album/misantropisk-elite-21-song-demo-2 (https://brutalisttapes.bandcamp.com/album/misantropisk-elite-21-song-demo-2)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: yosef666 on January 19, 2019, 11:29:18 AM
i also really enjoy extremely rough grindcore and war metal.. bands like intolitarian & nyogthaeblisz (and the classicks of course).. any recommendations in that area?

Tetragrammacide
Reek of the Unzen Gas Fumes
Konflict
Tsalal
didn't know the last two, thx!!
You might also dig Methgoat, Human Agony, Caveman Cult, Grizzly Fetish, Knelt Rote...


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: brutalist_tapes on January 19, 2019, 12:36:29 PM
i also really enjoy extremely rough grindcore and war metal.. bands like intolitarian & nyogthaeblisz (and the classicks of course).. any recommendations in that area?

Tetragrammacide
Reek of the Unzen Gas Fumes
Konflict
Tsalal
didn't know the last two, thx!!
You might also dig Methgoat, Human Agony, Caveman Cult, Grizzly Fetish, Knelt Rote...
thanks man, will deffo check it out


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on May 24, 2019, 04:25:22 PM
Been really into those BLOOD demo LPs that NWN reissued last year-ish - would love to see more of this kind of stuff - I’m going to have to hit the early Agathocles demos as well.

In particular the “Spasmo Paralytic Dreams” demo is super savage!!

Eagerly awaiting the Crawl Noise LP from FOAD as well!!!!!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zeno Marx on May 24, 2019, 10:27:15 PM
My first exposure to Blood was the split with Agathocles.  I really like those crude, heavy, plodding tracks.  Caveman shit.  Christbait was like that too, if I remember correctly.  Are there any other bands that play style?


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on May 25, 2019, 01:34:33 PM
BLOOD demo material is supreme. Actually - everything by band is good. Maybe the 3 first demo tapes, which are sort of joke-noise, they are nothing that special, but since they got the grindcore mode going, it has always been brilliant.
If someone got spare copies of new LP or CD (or the LP+CD bundle), I'd be willing to trade!

Agathocles 1988 demo LP what NWN released is probably their best works. There are many good ones. Despite I have various different formats releases of the demo, just had to get this one too.

None of the material is really noisecore, but if we are talking of dirty old grindcore too, I was blown away by Disastrous Murmur "Skinning Beginning" reissue. Later works of band is fine, specially if you're into dirty Pungent Stench'y death metal, but these early works are supreme. First demo is totally like old BLOOD and old AGATHOCLES:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K3VD-cglgKk

This should be fairly easily available on LP / CD (I got last copy of both formats in store now..)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on May 25, 2019, 01:36:39 PM
Talking about actual noisecore, F.O.A.D. put out CRAWL NOISE anthology LP. 1987 works mostly, which makes it quite early in genre. It's not absolute phenomenal by any means, but there is something about noisecore pressed on LP what seems so senseless, that it becomes almost instantly good. I have the original 7" by them (from 1989), but never heard any of the other stuff.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bkm66NnAjo


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on May 25, 2019, 10:59:14 PM
Ordering from FOAD is a huge challenge. They are one of the best labels going but their shipping rates are ASTRONOMICAL. I have pre-ordered that Crawl Noise LP and am eagerly awaiting it.

NWN typically gets their stuff in but if something is limited and I don’t want to gamble on waiting it can get really pricey.

Speaking of FOAD and noisecore - I would give anything for them to do a CD collection of their Fear of God reissues. Their extended version of As Statues Fell is MAGNIFICENT. Much like the Tumor 4 CD set they did. Iceberg picked up all the LPs but a digital version (and the ability to ditch those shitty rips) would be simply mind blowing.

Up next is Stench of Corpse - I found that 10” and I’m eager to give it a spin.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zeno Marx on August 28, 2019, 09:57:20 PM
Andy Mortville's instagram got me in the mood for Billy Nocera and Steveggs noisecore skits.  It's funny how much Nocera hated the metal scene, yet double and tripled down on it.  After a couple Traci Lords Loves Noise tapes, I had to switch over to the CNP crowd and Rectal Pus.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on August 29, 2019, 08:34:13 AM
Especially Pile of Eggs was very unique. I am not usually big fan of utmost fun noisecore, but POE was always funny and also quite unexpected listening. Usually C-90 tapes filled from start to finish with almost whatever. From insane rollercoaster rides that resembled almost like Masonna idea of invading karaoke to scream. In case of POE, steveggs would go to rollercoaster with walkman, and scream his lungs out during the ride. And next thing after such track could be some improvised shit-metal, erupting into noisecore.

I would assume there is AT LEAST 25 hours of published POE material? Complete tape box would be suitably ridiculous for the nature of project.



Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: moozz on August 29, 2019, 05:08:59 PM
Nut Screamer was Steveggs's roller coaster project. Fun stuff. I also like some other bands he has been involved with like Minch and Schnauzer.

The Stupidity Records "roster" contained lots of interesting releases, mostly total shit and/or total retardation, sometimes brilliant. I need to dig out my tapes and revisit more than just Nut Screamer and Traci Lords Loves Noise.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zeno Marx on August 29, 2019, 06:11:02 PM
I'd love to see a documentary on Nocera and/or Steveggs.  I think Eyehategod has one that is maybe fifteen minutes.  Something by one of those ambitious youtubers, interviewing friends and people who have a history of working and trading with them.  The kind of creative characters and presence in their little niche in the underground that deserve to be documented.

Any lengthy interviews with either of these fellas that anyone can recommend?  I couldn't find much.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Balor/SS1535 on August 29, 2019, 06:18:23 PM
I have really been wanting to learn more about noisecore (especially suggestions on how to play it!), and have liked some of the random bands that I have come across.  I especially liked Aunt Mary.  Any suggestions on where to start?


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on August 29, 2019, 06:26:05 PM
I have really been wanting to learn more about noisecore (especially suggestions on how to play it!), and have liked some of the random bands that I have come across.  I especially liked Aunt Mary.  Any suggestions on where to start?

Your noisecore will sound the best if you start from nowhere and make it yours from the start. There's no rule in noisecore


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on August 29, 2019, 07:09:49 PM
Nut Screamer was Steveggs's roller coaster project. Fun stuff.

Oh yes! My mistake! Nut Screamer, great.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on August 29, 2019, 11:14:54 PM
I have really been wanting to learn more about noisecore (especially suggestions on how to play it!), and have liked some of the random bands that I have come across.  I especially liked Aunt Mary.  Any suggestions on where to start?

Your noisecore will sound the best if you start from nowhere and make it yours from the start. There's no rule in noisecore

Completely agree - don't emulate, there are no rules. Putting your own unique spin on things is crucial. No one wants another clone. Imagine what you'd want to hear and do it.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on August 30, 2019, 12:41:58 AM
The second this thread gets bumped FOAD announce the SOUND POLLUTION discography. This is a band that definitely needs an archival release!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Balor/SS1535 on August 31, 2019, 04:35:55 PM
I have really been wanting to learn more about noisecore (especially suggestions on how to play it!), and have liked some of the random bands that I have come across.  I especially liked Aunt Mary.  Any suggestions on where to start?

Your noisecore will sound the best if you start from nowhere and make it yours from the start. There's no rule in noisecore

Completely agree - don't emulate, there are no rules. Putting your own unique spin on things is crucial. No one wants another clone. Imagine what you'd want to hear and do it.

Thanks for the advice.  I guess that noisecore is a lot more open-ended than I had initially thought.  I will have to try out some stuff with a totally open mind.

In other news, I just started listening to some of the Nihilist Commando demos on youtube, and it's some of the best music that I have heard in a long time (and by far the best noisecore that I have come across thus far).


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on August 31, 2019, 06:24:46 PM
OK, for instance, here's some of my favourite noisecore that shows that creativity leads to good things.

https://youtu.be/dJHWJ8jBOAY

https://youtu.be/rxf08ZVZPBA


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on August 31, 2019, 07:14:56 PM
Damn, Mental Hygiene Terrorist Orchestra we’re not on my radar! Many thanks for sharing that. Just ordered their 10” from bandcamp, that sounds absolutely off the hook. Would love to find that 7” split with Adolf Shitter too, I love those releases.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Balor/SS1535 on September 01, 2019, 06:31:59 PM
OK, for instance, here's some of my favourite noisecore that shows that creativity leads to good things.

https://youtu.be/dJHWJ8jBOAY

https://youtu.be/rxf08ZVZPBA

The samples on the Vulgar Nausea were a really cool idea, and their songs flowed together really nicely.  I liked the heavy guitar tones too.  Thanks for sharing.

The Mental Hygiene Terrorist Orchestra reminds me of the music of a Brazilian (I think) musician that I had unsuccessfully planned to collaborate with.  He did some similar stuff with a saxaphone, but added some clean vocals and longer pieces.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on September 01, 2019, 08:08:05 PM
You're welcome.

I think the VN recording is one of those particular instances where the recording and ideas just feel right, it all works. With a different sounds or different settings or means of recording it could have sucked (like a lot of noisecore to my ears) but on this particular occasion it is amazing.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Balor/SS1535 on September 04, 2019, 11:09:53 PM
You're welcome.

I think the VN recording is one of those particular instances where the recording and ideas just feel right, it all works. With a different sounds or different settings or means of recording it could have sucked (like a lot of noisecore to my ears) but on this particular occasion it is amazing.

It would have been really easy to let the samples come across as either really campy or totally random/disorienting.  It was quite an accomplishment for them to pull them off as they did.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on September 18, 2019, 12:55:39 AM
Received the MENTAL HYGIENE TERRORISM ORCHESTRA 10” today. What a total salty banger. Ordered from the bandcamp, they shipped it in a bubble envelope with no cardboard and it was covered with duct tape - still made it here without even a bump! Great stuff!!!!!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Neanderthal on September 18, 2019, 03:14:48 AM
http://www.sewerelection.se/pf.html (http://www.sewerelection.se/pf.html)

maybe not noisecore at all, but original intention was. actual recording is maybe slightly more messy raw harsh noise. non-stop barrage recorded with bass, drums and electronics. still might appeal one or two here....anyway, enjoy.

This link is dead now - can anyone recall which release this is? Thanks.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: wonderland_media on September 18, 2019, 01:23:18 PM
Mentioned this act briefly in the Playlist thread but Traci Lords Loves Noise is one of my favorite noisecore projects of all time. Just total hilariousness, attacking everything and anything he didn't like, whether it was death metal (I guess it was mostly death metal), black metal, etc. Plus brutal blasts! Insane vocals, total shit-fidelity production value. Everything noisecore should be. Reanimated Miscarriage did a great tape with a zine that included an interview with Billy Nocera that I think is truly essential. Happy one of my projects is associated with that label.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Balor/SS1535 on September 18, 2019, 06:11:34 PM
Mentioned this act briefly in the Playlist thread but Traci Lords Loves Noise is one of my favorite noisecore projects of all time. Just total hilariousness, attacking everything and anything he didn't like, whether it was death metal (I guess it was mostly death metal), black metal, etc. Plus brutal blasts! Insane vocals, total shit-fidelity production value. Everything noisecore should be. Reanimated Miscarriage did a great tape with a zine that included an interview with Billy Nocera that I think is truly essential. Happy one of my projects is associated with that label.

I just checked them out this morning, and thought that they were really funny - especially their track spoofing "True Black Metal."  The dialogue in between tracks on "Die You Stupid Fucking Posers" made the album seem more like a radio show, and bridged the start-and-stop patterns of the noise tracks quite well.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on September 18, 2019, 11:53:03 PM
I'm not really into non-musical noisecore, sadly. It can be dumb (ie BRB from Germany or Marduk from Poland, when it comes to different kinds of "dumb") but I need my blasts and music. I'm not listening to comedy tapes.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: wonderland_media on September 19, 2019, 04:10:47 AM
I'm not really into non-musical noisecore, sadly. It can be dumb (ie BRB from Germany or Marduk from Poland, when it comes to different kinds of "dumb") but I need my blasts and music. I'm not listening to comedy tapes.

Shameless plug, but maybe you'll enjoy my noisecore project Needle Exchange, released on the same label I mentioned earlier that did the Traci Lords tape. Some samples but primarily just cut-up, blast filled noisecore. New split on Reanimated Miscarriage coming in October along with a comp track as well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKDAXgaUdg4
 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKDAXgaUdg4)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5-EtG_LBN0 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5-EtG_LBN0)

Not similar to TLLN in any way haha.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: moozz on September 19, 2019, 09:29:29 AM
Shameless plug, but maybe you'll enjoy my noisecore project Needle Exchange, released on the same label I mentioned earlier that did the Traci Lords tape. Some samples but primarily just cut-up, blast filled noisecore. New split on Reanimated Miscarriage coming in October along with a comp track as well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKDAXgaUdg4
 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKDAXgaUdg4)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5-EtG_LBN0 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5-EtG_LBN0)

Not similar to TLLN in any way haha.

That sounds great! The kind of blown out hectic mess I like. Gotta find your tapes somewhere now :) Some of my all time noisecore faves are old 7 Minutes Of Nausea (Cancelled, Disobediant Loser, etc) and All You Need Is Audio Shock by Gerogerigegege.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: wonderland_media on September 19, 2019, 01:01:27 PM
Shameless plug, but maybe you'll enjoy my noisecore project Needle Exchange, released on the same label I mentioned earlier that did the Traci Lords tape. Some samples but primarily just cut-up, blast filled noisecore. New split on Reanimated Miscarriage coming in October along with a comp track as well.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKDAXgaUdg4
 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKDAXgaUdg4)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5-EtG_LBN0 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5-EtG_LBN0)


Not similar to TLLN in any way haha.

That sounds great! The kind of blown out hectic mess I like. Gotta find your tapes somewhere now :) Some of my all time noisecore faves are old 7 Minutes Of Nausea (Cancelled, Disobediant Loser, etc) and All You Need Is Audio Shock by Gerogerigegege.

I’ll be getting a limited number of a repress the label is doing shortly once his new batch is out! Will post on here when I have them. New stuff is even more straightforward than this material, way faster, more cut up, more intense...no samples (i think?). Comp track similar but recorded before both of these releases so it’s a little different, and there was a time constraint we had to work under. Anyway, all those acts are great! Gore Beyond Necropsy, Fear of God, Nihilist Commando are all great as well. There’s a great project I’m friends with from Richmond, VA called Oozing Meat whose tape on Dead Gods I can’t recommend highly enough!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on September 19, 2019, 02:22:22 PM
No one in North America beats Penis Geyser when it comes to recent noisecore as far as I'm concerned though. Oozing Meat is ace by the way.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: cr on September 19, 2019, 08:33:16 PM
I'm really no Noisecore expert, but Traci Lords Loves Noise is something I could really like, despite the sentiments about the comedy parts. Someone really should make a boxset like the Tumor one, with all or most of their records.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: wonderland_media on September 20, 2019, 02:45:34 AM
No one in North America beats Penis Geyser when it comes to recent noisecore as far as I'm concerned though. Oozing Meat is ace by the way.

Penis Geyser is absolutely fantastic...like truly perfectly executed noise. Brad's other harsh noise projects are top notch as well.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Neanderthal on October 17, 2019, 10:47:50 PM
http://www.sewerelection.se/pf.html (http://www.sewerelection.se/pf.html)

maybe not noisecore at all, but original intention was. actual recording is maybe slightly more messy raw harsh noise. non-stop barrage recorded with bass, drums and electronics. still might appeal one or two here....anyway, enjoy.

This link is dead now - can anyone recall which release this is? Thanks.

Dunno if this maybe got looked over, but still curious about this!
Also looking the Sewer System split tape with Mankind's Devastation if anyone wants to sell me this.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Duncan on October 18, 2019, 06:37:05 PM
Any Fleshlicker fans here?  Surreal, hybrid harsh noise/noisecore from the UK.  Amazing project.

https://fleshlicker.bandcamp.com/album/blind-river-killer


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: jaysidetracked on October 20, 2019, 08:30:15 PM
My band Sidetracked has had a few noisecore influenced releases in the last couple years. Some are more noisecore in song length/execution and might come off as just hardcore to some of you, but thought it might be interest to some.

This one came out on a lathe through FOAD earlier this year:
https://sidetracked.bandcamp.com/album/annihilation-doctrine

Micro hardcore songs:
https://sidetracked.bandcamp.com/album/captain-three-leg-split

Dominated by bass/feedback
https://sidetracked.bandcamp.com/album/choke-point

Nihilist Commando influenced:
https://sidetracked.bandcamp.com/album/ammunition

A mix of riffs and guitar noise:
https://sidetracked.bandcamp.com/album/vexation

Unintentionally came off kinda like Sissy Spacek 'Disfathom'
https://sidetracked.bandcamp.com/album/pillars

More micro hardcore songs but the last track is like a noise/punk collage
https://sidetracked.bandcamp.com/album/emerge-unscathed


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on October 25, 2019, 09:38:56 PM
https://p2loggia.bigcartel.com/product/sete-star-sept-richard-hoak-electroencephalogram (https://p2loggia.bigcartel.com/product/sete-star-sept-richard-hoak-electroencephalogram)

Got this in the mail yesterday - fuck!! Rich Hoak blows a mean fucking sax!! Hands down the best shit I heard all year.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zeno Marx on October 29, 2019, 11:06:34 PM
cool videos

Industrial Holocaust
https://youtu.be/gJOASAtpO1U

Noise
https://youtu.be/AZY1j-v4qLk


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Gefühlloser on October 31, 2019, 08:59:56 AM
Oozing Meat is cool. I saw/met them within the last 2 years, and it's kinda weird to meet some people that know all the noisecore shit that you do in a town like where I live.

Honestly, I hardly care about a majority of noisecore these days. The only shit that really interested me in the end is the absolute mucknastiest shit, and also some of the more recent stuff like Nihilist Commando (seems old now though), Melanocetus Murrayi, newer PTAO (albeit overproduced), Pissdeads, that whole French SF88/Anal Colic/etc. shit (one of the absolute mucknastiest tapes I have comes from that) and some of the others that have newer ideas while keeping it nasty.

Anal Fist, OPS-PSF, Permanent Death are some that inspire me directly. That low end nasty shit with fucked up drum machines or whatever.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on October 31, 2019, 10:50:07 AM
SOUND POLLUTION LP and INDUSTRIAL RESISTANCE 12" on F.O.A.D. really good! It is old school noisecore from late 80's. Drums as fast as Anal Cunt at the best, sound quality is boom box tape recorder type of stuff, but all balances really nice. Greek projects featured connection to Varathron, Rotting Christ etc, before they went to play Black Metal.

Maybe 10 years ago or so, I went to Rotting Christ show, when it was advertized they will play "old material". It would have been great to hear split 7", demo material or even first 12" material... but no. It was like couple albums backwards from the latest album they had done back then.

Can be previewed here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPqUZ4WjYy0


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on October 31, 2019, 03:48:04 PM
Melanocetus Murrayi

I have a few tapes - really great stuff!! Lots of weird shit going on. I also really liked Chappa’ai from Budapest - I was there last year and was hoping to see them but they had broken up by then, I did meet up with Mark and see his d-beat band in their practice space while crankin’ the finest red wines of Budapest which was a total wild trip.

I also have the Sewer System & Unstainable Social Condition 3” CD on route from Scream & Writhe. Really excited about that one (although, how do I even play it?)!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on October 31, 2019, 03:50:45 PM
SOUND POLLUTION LP and INDUSTRIAL RESISTANCE 12" on F.O.A.D. really good! It is old school noisecore from late 80's.

Svart got these in stock last week and I ordered them - really excited to hear them. FOAD has the most insane postage prices of any label (as I guess everything has to be registered because it’s Italy?) - it was about 80% cheaper to have them shipped to Finland and then Canada rather than direct.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: sadneck on November 04, 2019, 01:33:16 PM
Any Fleshlicker fans here?  Surreal, hybrid harsh noise/noisecore from the UK.  Amazing project.

https://fleshlicker.bandcamp.com/album/blind-river-killer

Love his first few tapes but haven't kept up. Need to check this one out.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on November 07, 2019, 01:43:05 AM
SOUND POLLUTION LP and INDUSTRIAL RESISTANCE 12" on F.O.A.D. really good! It is old school noisecore from late 80's.

Svart got these in stock last week and I ordered them - really excited to hear them. FOAD has the most insane postage prices of any label (as I guess everything has to be registered because it’s Italy?) - it was about 80% cheaper to have them shipped to Finland and then Canada rather than direct.

Got these in the mail today - GREAT! Industrial Resistance LP is a huge surprise. Sounds a lot like rawer Cripple Bastards at times. Love the Rotting Christ/Varathron connection to these noise fucking ragers. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zeno Marx on November 14, 2019, 08:02:03 PM
https://www.discogs.com/Raw-Noise-Apes-Damnatio-Memoriae/release/13281036

Raw Noise Apes - Damnatio Memoriae (Greek noisecore/grindcore)

pretty cool hybrid execution


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on November 14, 2019, 10:57:39 PM
I have both 10”s they did but not grabbed the LP yet - great band. I believe they share members with Melanocetus Murrayi who are friggin’ WILD. Definitely the kind of thing that gets my motor cranked. The band they did the split 10” with, SxOxTxE from Hungary are great too!!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zeno Marx on November 14, 2019, 11:44:01 PM
The Captain 3 Leg/Suppression split that came out a couple days ago is good.  C3L sounds a bit like Infest, and Suppression is on the literal side of noisecore.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on November 15, 2019, 12:38:20 AM
The Captain 3 Leg/Suppression split that came out a couple days ago is good.  C3L sounds a bit like Infest, and Suppression is on the literal side of noisecore.

I listened to the Suppression side of the Cripple Bastards LP on Bovine the other day. Wild to think how way ahead of their time they were. That LP sounds so totally fresh. All their 7”s were so great too.  I picked up the newest LP and a few tapes recently, I kind of stepped off after the 90’s and only really picked up their stuff since they went back to noisecore/grindcore type stuff.

Did I mention the Sete Star Sept collab with Rich Hoak? He plays the sax on that HOT motherfucker and damn, probably one of the best tapes I’ve heard all year. Absolutely amazing. On P2 - same label that did the Unborn Salivate LP.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Neanderthal on March 16, 2020, 09:51:32 AM
Anyone know where / how I can hear some of these older, elusive Nikudorei tapes?
There's quite a few on discogs...


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on March 16, 2020, 11:59:27 PM
Anyone know where / how I can hear some of these older, elusive Nikudorei tapes?
There's quite a few on discogs...

No I don’t but I wish I did! I would love cool anthologies/retrospectives from Nikudorei (and Gore Beyond Necropsy while we’re at it!).

Just ordered the new 7” lathe by Suppression - “Fractured Landscape” with 112 songs! Will be a tape on CNP later on. Pretty stoked.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Haare on March 19, 2020, 04:12:45 PM
New project, two middle-aged dads making old school noisecore, 1st demo up on bandcamp.
https://taantumus.bandcamp.com/releases
Split with Suomen Lopunajan Puolue coming at some point and a 286 track tape on K.A.Z. coming soon-ish too.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Sadomaniac on March 19, 2020, 11:51:35 PM
Great stuff, look forward to the tapes!

Description reminds of this other "mature" project: https://soundcloud.com/user-446914754


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on March 20, 2020, 03:17:16 AM
Anyone know where / how I can hear some of these older, elusive Nikudorei tapes?
There's quite a few on discogs...

I have a bunch of them. They can be hit-or-miss.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Neanderthal on March 20, 2020, 06:40:05 AM
Quote from: Euro Trash Bazooka
I have a bunch of them. They can be hit-or-miss.

Any chance you'd feel up to sharing them? Mediafire or something of the like? Would be greatly appreciated beyond just me I'm sure.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on March 20, 2020, 03:32:53 PM
I'll trade for good and rare 90's noisecore (Southamerican, Finnish, Japanese or eventually Spanish.)


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Neanderthal on March 22, 2020, 04:08:56 AM
I just meant ripping them, if you would be so kind...


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on March 23, 2020, 09:53:39 AM
I just meant ripping them, if you would be so kind...

You were clear the first time, don't worry. But while I'm all for sharing, no, I won't rip them. It's not personal at all, just that everybody always asks for stuff but never shares or want to give anything back. Given how much of a pain it was to get that stuff, I won't rip it. Unless I get rips I'm interested in back.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: KNIFE VISION on March 26, 2020, 09:59:08 PM
 https://youtu.be/O1ROAXZRhzM (https://youtu.be/O1ROAXZRhzM)

Should be a tape out soonish.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Eternal Decaying on April 04, 2020, 06:52:08 PM
Suomen lopunajan puolue compilation. Finnish noisecore assault from years 2003-2005. 2005 year stuff is more like hardcore punk(ish?), but still noisy shit.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkkxTAy4IuI

Band is now active again.
compilation is coming on DIY-tape soonISH and pro-tape with TAANTUMUS is coming also later.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Balor/SS1535 on April 25, 2020, 08:43:49 PM
Anyone have any information regarding the A.N.H./Grunt split cassette?  Specifically, the label that released it?


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on April 27, 2020, 07:24:26 PM
It came out in Nykto Tapes, which was Mikko's label in the early 90's and was run at the same time as his fanzine Nyktofobia.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Balor/SS1535 on April 27, 2020, 07:32:17 PM
It came out in Nykto Tapes, which was Mikko's label in the early 90's and was run at the same time as his fanzine Nyktofobia.

Thanks!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Neanderthal on November 17, 2020, 09:03:35 PM
now available is a reissue of the first Sewer System release, Anthropocentral Intangiblist Denouncembowelment, on 7" lathe.
4ish minutes of antinatalist atheist anarchist noisecore
all puke filth by C. Mumma & S. St Clair
.
write to archaetecture@gmail.com


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Zeno Marx on April 04, 2021, 08:45:57 PM
I don't know how Jason Hodges does it, but even his blog and bandcamp feel like something out of the 90s.  Same for his tapes...like I'm looking at a CNP mailorder from 25 years ago.  Maybe I'm just being nostalgic?  Ran into Christian Lovers via the new Suppression split.  They're good...really good.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: holy ghost on April 05, 2021, 03:33:52 PM
I have trouble keeping up with the new Suppression releases - but the ones I’ve grabbed are great.

I’m really partial to Oozing Meat - I have a few tapes and I love that shit!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: NerveGas on October 11, 2021, 08:08:57 PM
Potabilizadora – Degurmils Redomilebas 1994 7”

Received this as a gift from a friend. Total machine gun noisecore. 128 songs of chaos. Vocals are so insane they just blur into the noise. Had to spin this one twice. A killer offering from Rage For All Records. Alongside it I received More Bad Breath zine which is the creation of the same mind behind the aforementioned record label. A perfect example of total underground fanaticism. The attention to detail is amazing and it covers an enormous amount of different projects. Interviews, reviews, and killer old school layout. Haven’t heard of so many of the bands featured within, and I guess I’ll have to try to track a lot of this stuff down. Total support!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on October 14, 2021, 06:44:50 PM
Potabilizadora – Degurmils Redomilebas 1994 7”

Received this as a gift from a friend. Total machine gun noisecore. 128 songs of chaos. Vocals are so insane they just blur into the noise. Had to spin this one twice. A killer offering from Rage For All Records. Alongside it I received More Bad Breath zine which is the creation of the same mind behind the aforementioned record label. A perfect example of total underground fanaticism. The attention to detail is amazing and it covers an enormous amount of different projects. Interviews, reviews, and killer old school layout. Haven’t heard of so many of the bands featured within, and I guess I’ll have to try to track a lot of this stuff down. Total support!

You should check out the RT Dept discography LP he released as well. It's so great to be able to hear that Kei Yokota material properly.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: NerveGas on October 14, 2021, 08:15:19 PM
Potabilizadora – Degurmils Redomilebas 1994 7”

Received this as a gift from a friend. Total machine gun noisecore. 128 songs of chaos. Vocals are so insane they just blur into the noise. Had to spin this one twice. A killer offering from Rage For All Records. Alongside it I received More Bad Breath zine which is the creation of the same mind behind the aforementioned record label. A perfect example of total underground fanaticism. The attention to detail is amazing and it covers an enormous amount of different projects. Interviews, reviews, and killer old school layout. Haven’t heard of so many of the bands featured within, and I guess I’ll have to try to track a lot of this stuff down. Total support!

You should check out the RT Dept discography LP he released as well. It's so great to be able to hear that Kei Yokota material properly.

You’re the second person to recommend this to me. I heard a few tracks and sounds great. Will be seeking out a physical copy for sure.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: FreakAnimalFinland on October 15, 2021, 12:27:12 PM
Probably best recent noisecore listening is INCIDENT AT APE CANYON CD! It has also music on it. Captain Three Leg, Rupture... but totally great noisecore blasting from Iron Butter and such! Strongly recommended CD release!


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Euro Trash Bazooka on October 16, 2021, 10:33:11 AM
Potabilizadora – Degurmils Redomilebas 1994 7”

Received this as a gift from a friend. Total machine gun noisecore. 128 songs of chaos. Vocals are so insane they just blur into the noise. Had to spin this one twice. A killer offering from Rage For All Records. Alongside it I received More Bad Breath zine which is the creation of the same mind behind the aforementioned record label. A perfect example of total underground fanaticism. The attention to detail is amazing and it covers an enormous amount of different projects. Interviews, reviews, and killer old school layout. Haven’t heard of so many of the bands featured within, and I guess I’ll have to try to track a lot of this stuff down. Total support!

You should check out the RT Dept discography LP he released as well. It's so great to be able to hear that Kei Yokota material properly.

You’re the second person to recommend this to me. I heard a few tracks and sounds great. Will be seeking out a physical copy for sure.

Do it! And lend an ear to most Kei Yokota's projects if you haven't heard them. His sound is very personal yet consistent among all of them so if you like one of his projects you're more than likely going to enjoy most of the others.

Also the label has more Spanish noisecore awesomeness in the works.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: NerveGas on October 26, 2021, 11:18:52 PM
Genital Masticator/Vaginal Disorder Split 7”

Vaginal Disorder side sounds like exactly what it is. Two teenagers making awful shit noise. Enjoyable for those who like this kind of stuff. Shrieking vocals and out of tune acoustic guitar. Just one side of a seven inch, so it does not overstay it’s welcome. Genital Masticator side steals the show though. Trashy and energetic punkish noisecore blasts. If you like this type of shit you know what to expect. Much like the Potabilizadora 7” I wrote about above I had to spin their side twice. Fucking killer and no surprise that they share members. Highly recommended and cheap. No excuse not to pick up a copy!

Also got a copy of the tracks from Brutal Glockel Terror rehearsal tape from a friend. It’s dated as being from 1987. Seems quite early for the type of material they were playing. Crazy if true.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: CannibalRitual on October 27, 2021, 10:05:24 AM
Also got a copy of the tracks from Brutal Glockel Terror rehearsal tape from a friend. It’s dated as being from 1987. Seems quite early for the type of material they were playing. Crazy if true.

They released their first 7" in '89 so seems legit they must have released some stuff on tape before that.

Speaking of B.G.T.... A band called "Anal Tits" has recently recorded a B.G.T. cover:
https://analtits.bandcamp.com/album/anal-tits-intestinal-infection-who-will-survive-split
 


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: NerveGas on October 27, 2021, 04:30:22 PM
Also got a copy of the tracks from Brutal Glockel Terror rehearsal tape from a friend. It’s dated as being from 1987. Seems quite early for the type of material they were playing. Crazy if true.

They released their first 7" in '89 so seems legit they must have released some stuff on tape before that.

Speaking of B.G.T.... A band called "Anal Tits" has recently recorded a B.G.T. cover:
https://analtits.bandcamp.com/album/anal-tits-intestinal-infection-who-will-survive-split
 

Good choice of covers. Buka and Napalm Death as well. Could use some different art though. Super computer generated artwork does not do it for me. I guess with a lot of modern noisecore releases it is sadly the norm, but photoshop art does not match the disgusting, lowest form of music.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: CannibalRitual on October 27, 2021, 04:43:42 PM
Good choice of covers. Buka and Napalm Death as well. Could use some different art though. Super computer generated artwork does not do it for me. I guess with a lot of modern noisecore releases it is sadly the norm, but photoshop art does not match the disgusting, lowest form of music.

I agree, the cover artwork lets you assume this is something way different. Otherwise, artwork created on computer is still fine with me if it's still looking suitable and done with "style". Often that's better and more honest than some little kids wanna-be's trying to recreate 80ths cut&paste culture in 2021.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: NerveGas on October 27, 2021, 05:27:02 PM
Good choice of covers. Buka and Napalm Death as well. Could use some different art though. Super computer generated artwork does not do it for me. I guess with a lot of modern noisecore releases it is sadly the norm, but photoshop art does not match the disgusting, lowest form of music.

I agree, the cover artwork lets you assume this is something way different. Otherwise, artwork created on computer is still fine with me if it's still looking suitable and done with "style". Often that's better and more honest than some little kids wanna-be's trying to recreate 80ths cut&paste culture in 2021.

Xerox almost always reigns supreme in my eyes. But I do agree that there is a very modern stylized usage that has crept up in recent years. However, when done correctly there is no more fitting style. With that said, computers can get the job done if applied right. Much like Xerox, the tool itself does not inherently dictate the quality of presentation. I’m sure this is much more analysis than one would expect in regards to a band called Anal Tits. The absurdity is not lost on me.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: ultracore.revenge on November 06, 2021, 04:56:36 PM
Any new noisecore bands around? I feel like this scene suffered hugely in the last 2 decades. And I mean, both musically, lyrically, and aesthetically. Who opened the gates to the wimps and fakes?

What happened with our scene?



Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: NerveGas on November 06, 2021, 05:42:46 PM
Any new noisecore bands around? I feel like this scene suffered hugely in the last 2 decades. And I mean, both musically, lyrically, and aesthetically. Who opened the gates to the wimps and fakes?

What happened with our scene?



I am by no means the most tapped into “the scene” but aesthetically it think it just suffers from what everything suffers from nowadays. It’s easy to shit out boring awful art on a computer. Also it just comes down to technology. Awful art 30 years ago may have had some charm to it. Nowadays not so much. This is a problem with many genres. Same with recording quality of releases. Maybe less with harsh noise or power electronics, but it seems that most underground genres (punk, metal, and I guess even some noisecore) suffer from a strange kind of DIY (sometimes) overproduction. This is probably due to the ease of acquiring digital recording equipment. Recording digitally is fine and opens up many doors, but one has to tread carefully as a recording that is too “proper” doesn’t lend itself to most underground shit. When I’m listening to a black metal/HC punk/noisecore/etc record  I don’t want some booming perfect drum sound or crisp guitars. I like broken, old, or simply  unique sounds with actual character. Everyone sounds like they record at the same studio in this day and age. As I said above, I’m not so tapped in and don’t listen to a lot of new noisecore stuff. Most stuff I enjoy was recorded decades ago. Just my thoughts.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: ultracore.revenge on November 07, 2021, 08:22:03 PM
Yes, that makes sense. However, it looks like this type of bands aren't made by outsiders/ultra-angry freaks anymore. Nowadays it's more like a gibberish/boredom type of thing...


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: NerveGas on November 07, 2021, 08:45:41 PM
Yes, that makes sense. However, it looks like this type of bands aren't made by outsiders/ultra-angry freaks anymore. Nowadays it's more like a gibberish/boredom type of thing...

That makes sense too. Once again, that seems to be the case with many genres. I think noisecore does probably lends itself to being more of a joke for people, though. Humor has always been a part of the genre, but I guess when something is solely just a stupid joke or senseless product of boredom it will be less appealing. No formal talent being required is a double edged sword. It has produced amazing results in the past, but seems to do so less often now.


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: ultracore.revenge on November 08, 2021, 12:03:22 AM
Oh well...


Title: Re: Noisecore
Post by: Eloy on November 29, 2021, 01:21:56 PM
From FOAD Records:

"Coming up next… FOAD NOISECORE MONTH!! 4 releases, 5 classic bands from the glorious era 1987 to 1994… audio carnage guaranteed! Each release will be announced with a trailer starting from next week, you are warned!!"

The first release is going to be a W.B.I. / TUMOR - Split LP with with unreleased sessions (1992-1994) from both bands.

Apparently (https://www.facebook.com/sawthroat/posts/286404736833624), Sore Throat will also be included in one of these four releases.

And I suppose they will also release the third installment of the series dedicated to Seven Minutes Of Nausea.