Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Hey look! A new post. Ha. Jeez. I know its been quiet 'round these parts.
So lemme make it up with something truly awesome.
Seriously heavy, noisy and pummeling noise rock from Sleiveen Hostess out of Finland.
These guys are probably the neighbors of Throat I could guess...drinking the same booze
and eating the same funny looking shrubbery behind the garage.
So yeah, take... Throat, Unsane, Blacklisters, KEN mode and mash it up for this ugly concoction.
(Kaos Kontrol - 2015)
Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Damn. I can never spell Australia. I spell it wrong every time there's a band from there.
So...Worm Crown are from...Australia. (Ha! Nailed it!)
A 3 piece who crank out a fuzzed out and and raunchy brand of noise rock.
Like a blend of Pissed Jeans, Dustdevils, Brainiac and U-men.
This outta get your arse shakin’ with overly spastic moves like being struck by lighting 3 times straight while laying in a kiddy pool of water.(Self-released - 2015)
Monday, August 17, 2015
No Form are from Leeds, UK and they pack a fucking whallop!!
Punishing and brutal, blown the fuck out noise punk. So evil and dirty, just makes you want to take a hot bath in paint thinner and scrub with wire brush. For fans of Shaved Women, Rectal Hygienics, Grids, Clockcleaner.
(Reagent Records/Muscle Horse Records - 2015)
DL: NO FORM 12"
Friday, August 14, 2015
90s bands had all the cool names. Seriously, if you had no idea about this band, you would have your curiosity peaked right? Maybe not the best album title though, but thats ok. That happened in the 90s as well.
So, these guys started out in the crusty punk band Crucifix. Weird.
This is the heavier, less-punk, noisier project that came afterwards.
They did 3 thick albums and a burning pile of singles. This is their first full headsmacker.
Part Cop Shoot Cop. Part God Bullies. Park Season To Risk. Part Killdozer. Blast it!
(Patois Records - 1991)
Thursday, August 13, 2015
Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Comprised of former members of Baltimore stalwarts Charm City Suicides, Stars of the Dogon, and League of Death (all three known for their absolutely chaotic live shows), Double Dagger powered through their songs without patience for fashion or filler, signing to Thrill Jockey and releasing multiple albums shortly after the release of their debut self-titled album on Hit Dat.
(Hit-Dat Records - 2003)
Monday, August 10, 2015
So sad, only 3 posts so far this month. Just as I figured. My life and time is getting ugly.
So how bout some ugly tunes from Mama Tick.
If you're into Shorty, Jesus Lizard, anything on Skin Graft records... mean looking pumpkins...then you certainly need to add 'Gimme The Five Bucks' to your supply.
File under unpleasant and offensive but necessary.
(Dubious Honour - 1994)
DL: FIVE BUCKS
Wednesday, August 5, 2015
Ugly and loud. Greasey and grimey. Art fuck punk slop from Seattle.
U-Men were blasting grunge punk before was grunge was a household name.
Like a flaming turpentine cocktail of Birthday Party, Mudhoney, Gas Huffer, Killdozer and Scratch Acid.
(Black Label/Tupelo - 1988)
DL: STEP ON A BUG
Tuesday, August 4, 2015
Crusty, heavy, ripping and punishing noise punk from Rubbish Heap outta Antwerpen, Belgium,
active from 1995 to 2000.
They put out a couple of singles and a split cassette. This is their only full length.
If you looked up the definition of the word 'Destroy' in the dictionary, it should say...see Rubbish Heap.
9 songs. Like a packed punch to the peanuts.
(Conspiracy Records - 1999)
DL: RUBBISH HEAP
Monday, August 3, 2015
So I'm seeing Neurosis tonite. Again.
I fuckin love Neurosis. Everything from the old crusty hardcore stuff, to the newer hyper-experimental stuff. Its all heavy, hard and good. (That's what she said.) Too old for that joke?
And while I'm thoroughly stoked for the show, the chances of them playing any of this old stuff is slim.
Hell, I would shit my pants for a full play thru of 'Through Silver in Blood'.... Wishful Thinking.
Regardless, this is some stellar old Neurosis live that is definitely necessary for your 'Filed under 'N' section on your music harddrive. Recorded during Pain Of Mind and Word Is Law Tours.
Maybe we can pretend we're seeing them together.
(Neurot - 1991)
DL: SHORT WAVE POLLUTION