Sunday, 6 September 2009

06 Sept 09 - update

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CONSTANT STATE OF TERROR - war with no end - 7" - £3
Four more tracks of full throttle, Sacrilige meets Discharge meets Antisect meets Poison Idea, pounding UK hardcore crust punk carnage courtesy of these ex-Substandard/MTA/Combat Shock lifers. Fucking killer. -

SELVHENTER - to fingre i kudden... - 7" - £3
"I'm at the point now that i see a band is from denmark, i just assume they're fantastic... and once again im proven right! Whereas some of their contemporarieshave drawn influence from late -'70/early-80s american punk, SELVHENTER pays homage to all the obscure and fantastic early 80s scandinavian bands, like the ones you would hear on the northern europe editions of "Bloodstains across DK" or "Killed by death". A nice mixture of new wave punk and east thrash makes for a killer sound. Highly recommended - MRR " -

The write up 625 did sums it up best really: "The much anticipated split between two of the Bay Area's best punk bands of recent years. Catchy yet pissed, melodic yet driven, both bands compliment each other's hook-laden anger. THE YOUNG OFFENDERS follow up multiple EPs and splits from the past few years with some brand new teeth-kickers, while GIANT HAYSTACKS contribute their last, yet best, songs yet. An instant classic - limited pressing, get it while you can". Two amazing bands, one fucking great split lp. I am still gutted Giant Haystacks broke up - but at least we've got some more great tracks to remember them by. Young Offenders meanwhile are still going strong and need to come to the UK already!

V/A SIX WAYS TO FUCK SHIT UP - comp. 7" - £3
"Ace comp with unreleased tracks by BURNT CROSS, VALS, SPAM, DEAD SUBVERTS, DE RECLASSERING and POWER IS POISON, a great way to check out the new crop of political european bands. Really good stuff here." / / / / /

"After releasing one of the best punk/garage rock EPs last year, Daylight Robbery doesn’t let up a notch on this hot new 3 song recording. The A-side takes off with classic Dangerhouse- style punk with male/female vocals that bend and weave together in subtle melodic harmonies. Comparisons come and go with everything from X to Guerilla Angreb to Gun Club, but Daylight Robbery has this way of blending in more than just influences or retro/classic punk. The B-side (Circles) is one of the most haunting and atmospheric tracks that climbs to an almost insane intensity that underlines this whole EP. Red Tape will no doubt turn heads and have you hoping for a future Daylight Robbery full-length LP - residue" -

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