Friday, June 8, 2007


Hiatus was a crustcore band from belgium.
Hiatus formed in May 1989, at this time the line up was Phill, Ben, Raf and Phil. They played in a Doom/Discharge/E.N.T. style and recorded a rehearsal demo called "The Frightening Men Story". In May 90 they put out their second rehearsal demo called "In My Mind" and soon after Wills joined them on bass...
if you really love punk you must download this.greatshit.

current line-up:
Ben - drums
Wills - vocals
Azill - guitar
Phil - guitar
Jonas - bass


Thursday, June 7, 2007


Genre:hardcore punk/crustcore
Album:In The War 7"
Label:DIY Or Die

BoD is a hardcore crust band from Isigawa, Japan. They were formed in 1989 and what makes them different from any other band is that they refuse to release any material on cd. Their stance is based on the belief that technology has taken over the world but has led to worldwide corruption and murder. Their lyrics deal with animal liberation, anti war and disarming of nuclear weapons, moreover, BoD are one of the few punk bands in Japan to get involved in activism and protests.


Kung-Fu Rick

Spawned from the mid 90’s hardcore/powerviolence explosion in Chicago, Kungfu Rick was one of the few from the area to stick together long enough to tour the US a couple times and release a handful of noteworthy records. Who would have thought that ski goggles, a terrible band name, and break neck thrash would be a formula to make the kids go nuts. Unfortunately, the band broke up in early 2003 to pursue other musical endeavors including the likes of Seven Days of Samsara, Hewhocorrupts, Littleman Complex, High on Crime, Authority Abuse, and Destroy the Foundation.



The last thing this AMAZING Michigan fastcore/PV band did. The advance of this is mind-blowing: if you thought the early two EPs were unrelenting, wait till you hear this. Unmatched speed and ferocity, executed like no other band.awesome check it yourself.


Monday, June 4, 2007


The band was started in 1977 by the twin Roberts brothers Tony "Bones" (guitar) and Terry "Tezz" (drums). Originally a more straightfoward, '77-style punk band, Discharge had been knocking around in a few different incarnations before Clay Records owner Mike Stone moved to their stomping grounds of Stoke-on-Trent, England in 1979. Stone, a former Beggar's Banquet A&R guy and manager/producer of the Lurkers, was impressed by an intense live show and signed the band onto his label. With singer Cal and bassist Roy "Rainy" Wainwright, Discharge recorded their first EP Realities of War in 1980 with Stone producing. From the opening drum beat, nothing about punk would ever be the same. The Discharge style, emulated by countless bands since, is driving "D-beat" drums, trashed distorted guitar, high-pitched one note solos, and ultra-abrupt lyrics about the tragedies of war and death. Clad in studded leather jackets with soap-spiked hair, Discharge embodied the dirty sound the made. The band vomited out two more singles before the end of the year, and then upped the ante with the masterful 12" EP Why? in 1981. This release found Tezz replaced by new drummer Bambi and set the stage for their first UK tour, the Apocalypse Now package along with the Anti-Nowhere League, Chron-Gen, Anti-Pasti, and the Exploited. With amazing anthems like "Ain't No Feeble Bastard," Discharge struck the middle ground between the dark, angry worldview and raw emotion of underground punk and the rowdy rock'n'roll of the better heavy metal bands (when told Discharge sounded like Motorhead, Rainy replied, "they sound like us").

Never Again 7"
Decontrol 7"
Fight back 7"
Realities Of War 7"
State Violence State Control 7"