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« Reply #270 on: January 11, 2022, 12:42:30 AM »

my second post here again will definitely be self-promoting. my noisecore band WEIRD DICK has a tape on fusty cunt you can still get, double-A side C56 "Disgraceful Knob" ep https://fustycunt.bigcartel.com/product/fuc-280-weird-dick-disgraceful-knob-demo-s-s-c56
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« Reply #271 on: January 12, 2022, 01:34:43 AM »

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, 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.

Last time I tried to order from FOAD the shipping was like €55 but they have since added a courier option. I ordered all four LPs, they’re currently en route to me now…..
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« Reply #272 on: January 12, 2022, 01:36:36 AM »

my second post here again will definitely be self-promoting. my noisecore band WEIRD DICK has a tape on fusty cunt you can still get, double-A side C56 "Disgraceful Knob" ep https://fustycunt.bigcartel.com/product/fuc-280-weird-dick-disgraceful-knob-demo-s-s-c56

I have seen this in my local distro S&W…. I’ll have a listen and pick it up next time I make an order.
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« Reply #273 on: March 23, 2022, 06:27:25 AM »

Recently came into some old South American and Finnish noisecore tapes as part of a very generous trade. Atrofia Cerebral, Exterminio Brutal, Arse, Ruido de Odio, Sonic Radioactive, Rompimento Auditivo plus many others. Excited to damage the stereo this weekend with senseless noise.
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« Reply #274 on: March 31, 2022, 08:35:11 AM »

For Finns, 1,5h podcast going through some history of noisecore, its relation to hardcore, grindcore etc. As well as story of Arse, Arseslaughter and Yesmeansyes. Finnish language..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Y7RHiYiR2g

Talking of noisecore, managed to score all the recent times FOAD titles from friend. Yet to start listening any of them as I just got them. WBI/Tumor, Sore Throat, Cripple Bastards and so on. Looking good. One could say almost.. too good! haha.

I always remember readying Necropussy interview back in the 90's where they said that band refuses to do vinyl records, and only makes self distributed tapes. Reason was that with vinyl records, there is possibility that some idiots will access them. Privately distributed rehearsal tapes were only way to secure integrity of project. Not sure if they changed their minds. As much as I value the idea of the real deal noise tapes from bands and tape traders, if there was couple comp LP's of mayhemic brazil noisecore to be scheduled for FOAD (as example), it would be certainly welcomed.
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« Reply #275 on: March 31, 2022, 09:17:00 AM »

Some of the older Brazilian guys are still reachable one way or the other. Not all of them, but some. It may take months, or even years, to manage to get some of the stuff from them, but it's doable. Most of them still have the same mindsets as back in those days. They still won't share most of their stuff but some will at times. But again, it's difficult, you don't always get what you ask for, etc. The communication isn't easy.

I, for one, don't wish for reissues of that stuff unless the bands do it themselves. If they don't it'll ruin all their legacy and what they stood for. I mean , some even made "secret releases" pretty much never spread outside of the bands so... And I may be wrong but since a bunch of those guys are also dead now, or still as radical as ever, I'm not sure it would happen anyway.
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« Reply #276 on: April 04, 2022, 11:33:19 PM »

A couple of pre-Atrofia Cerebral projects:

Leviatan - Aberración Sonora... Demo / Reh. 1987
Yog Sothoth - Demo & Rehearsal 1988

The unreleased sessions of W.B.I. and Tumor are also great.

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« Reply #277 on: April 05, 2022, 01:48:42 AM »

Some of the older Brazilian guys are still reachable one way or the other. Not all of them, but some. It may take months, or even years, to manage to get some of the stuff from them, but it's doable. Most of them still have the same mindsets as back in those days. They still won't share most of their stuff but some will at times. But again, it's difficult, you don't always get what you ask for, etc. The communication isn't easy.

I, for one, don't wish for reissues of that stuff unless the bands do it themselves. If they don't it'll ruin all their legacy and what they stood for. I mean , some even made "secret releases" pretty much never spread outside of the bands so... And I may be wrong but since a bunch of those guys are also dead now, or still as radical as ever, I'm not sure it would happen anyway.

Thats what I have heard. I have some contacts who are pretty knowledgeable about this stuff and have been able to trade various older tapes with me. Also, I agree about reissues. I don't mind having to track this material down. It's satisfying when I can get ahold of stuff, but I don't need access to a million different things at once. I am patient. Although if the bands were to reissue stuff on their own terms and do it exactly the way they wanted in a way that made some stuff easier to obtain on vinyl for instance I wouldn't complain. Of course many factors to consider in a situation like to make sure thing are kept proper. I would still try to track down all the old tapes, though.. ha!

I saw there was new a Atrofia Cerebral LP out recently. I will probably check it out. I have a recent 7" of theirs and it doesn't really stray from their old material. It is obvious that the fanaticism is still there. Anyway, much respect and support to the various bands mentioned in the past few posts.

Leviatan and Yog Sothoth are great too.

For Finns, 1,5h podcast going through some history of noisecore, its relation to hardcore, grindcore etc. As well as story of Arse, Arseslaughter and Yesmeansyes. Finnish language..
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Y7RHiYiR2g

Talking of noisecore, managed to score all the recent times FOAD titles from friend. Yet to start listening any of them as I just got them. WBI/Tumor, Sore Throat, Cripple Bastards and so on. Looking good. One could say almost.. too good! haha.

I always remember readying Necropussy interview back in the 90's where they said that band refuses to do vinyl records, and only makes self distributed tapes. Reason was that with vinyl records, there is possibility that some idiots will access them. Privately distributed rehearsal tapes were only way to secure integrity of project. Not sure if they changed their minds. As much as I value the idea of the real deal noise tapes from bands and tape traders, if there was couple comp LP's of mayhemic brazil noisecore to be scheduled for FOAD (as example), it would be certainly welcomed.

Necrobutcher LP and Necrofago LP on NWN are perfect example of this. Music one would never expect to hear on vinyl, but release was done in a way that honored the band, the history, and aesthetic. Perhaps not proper noisecore, but bands like Necrobutcher are some of my favorite. The ones that walk the line between unhinged (but more inept) Sarcofago style and noisecore/shit grind.

Also on subject of FOAD, I thought Crawl Noise reissue was quite insane. The fact that those sounds were committed to vinyl is truly baffling, but in the best way. I am not always a fan of F.O.A.D graphic design, but like I said Crawl Noise release was one I am happy to own. Noise demos compilation from a few years back on SPHC was also great.

As I said, it can be done right, but with this style sometimes it seems better off on old cassettes and I understand hesitancy to adapt to fancy reissue/compilation model.
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« Reply #278 on: April 05, 2022, 09:47:34 AM »

I saw there was new a Atrofia Cerebral LP out recently. I will probably check it out. I have a recent 7" of theirs and it doesn't really stray from their old material. It is obvious that the fanaticism is still there. Anyway, much respect and support to the various bands mentioned in the past few posts.

This LP is glorious!!! Just insanely good. Reissue of 1989 demo and great sound, original style graphics, booklet with old flyers, drawings, lyrics etc. Absolutely killer LP and I may already say, without yet listening every new FOAD reissue (as I just got them) that this could be THE most crucial one to get.
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« Reply #279 on: April 23, 2022, 12:15:54 AM »

I saw there was new a Atrofia Cerebral LP out recently. I will probably check it out. I have a recent 7" of theirs and it doesn't really stray from their old material. It is obvious that the fanaticism is still there. Anyway, much respect and support to the various bands mentioned in the past few posts.

This LP is glorious!!! Just insanely good. Reissue of 1989 demo and great sound, original style graphics, booklet with old flyers, drawings, lyrics etc. Absolutely killer LP and I may already say, without yet listening every new FOAD reissue (as I just got them) that this could be THE most crucial one to get.


Picked it up today and I agree. Phenomenal reissue. Layout is perfect. Great booklet full of artwork, ads, various ephemera. And what an insanely brutal demo. Everything I want from noisecore. Top notch release. Highest recommendation!
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« Reply #280 on: May 01, 2022, 03:33:52 PM »

Some old-school French grind/death/ noisecore non-sense!

Deathnoise ▬ Enjoy Life And Keep Grinding
https://youtu.be/ScvK-SyyeQs
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