Sunday, December 17, 2017

Human Gas - Explosives

Another ear-splitting collection today. This time from the band Human Gas. A retrospective of their brief, but very loud existence.

Blood Brain

Saturday, December 16, 2017

Aburadako - Self-Titled

These guys are nuts. In the absolutely best way.This was originally released as yet another self-titled 7", released in 1984. It seems they struggled to find names for their releases. In 1999 it was re-released with a whole bunch of extra stuff. Absolute insanity!!

Out Of The Body

Friday, December 15, 2017

Confuse - Nuclear Addicts 7"

Another band I know nothing about. They managed to have several releases throughout their late 80's run. This is their debut 7" from 1984.

No Victor

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Crow - Last Chaos

It seems the mid-80's was a sweet spot for some classic Japanese hardcore. And Crow can be thrown right into the mix. I mean, when the first track is called Anarchy Chaos Destruction you're kinda calling your shot. Definite graduates of the Discharge school of hardcore. Very heavy stuff.

Give Up All Hope

Sunday, December 10, 2017

Death Side - Satisfy The Instinct 7"

Death Side started delivering bass-heavy hardcore in the mid 80's. And the world quickly became a better place for it. Granted, some hearing was lost along the way.

Self Complacency

Saturday, December 9, 2017

Deadless Muss - 5 Years Imprisonment

Yet another band I know nothing about and didn't discover until the digital age. Deadless Muss ripped up the late 80's with a handful of releases. This is their lone full length, from 1988. And they were apparently one of the few bands to spring for color printing on their album cover.

OE~, OE~

Friday, December 8, 2017

C.F.D.L. - Atrocity Exhibition 7"

Ok, so technically we're cheating a little bit today and sneaking in a 90's Japanese band. C.F.D.L. stands for Crazy Fucked-up Daily Life. Fans of the great UK band Disorder might recognize that. They would almost certainly like this EP. It is definitely cut from the same cloth. Here's C.F.D.L.'s 1990 debut.

Have A Nice Day