Friday, 7 October 2016

Fissure/SHACKLΣS - split 10"

Powerviolence from Orange County, California and Ocean Shores, New South Wales.  Oh look, this is another record from Dead Heroes Label.

Friday, 30 September 2016

Communal Grave No. 3 compilation LP

International Grind/PV comp featuring mostly new tracks by; Six Brew Bantha, ACxDC, Sheeva Yoga, Horsebastard, Sordo, Sickmark, The Kill, Fissure, Bloody Phoenix and Caged Grave.  Comes with 100 page A4 zine, want to read it, buy it then.

Friday, 23 September 2016

Excruciating Terror/Cyness - split 7"

Excruciating Terror: Live tracks from the reunion appearances by the Chicano LA Grindcore legends featuring members of Bloody Phoenix and Stapled Shut.
Cyness: Crustgrind from Potsdam, Germany. 

Saturday, 10 September 2016


Grindviolence from Žďár nad Sázavou and Poděbrady, Czech Republic with Male/Female co-vocals.  Here's a few of their splits I picked up at this year's Chimpyfest that I couldn't find anywhere else online.

Malignant Tumour split 7" 2004

Malignant Tumour are a Grindcore band from Ostrava, Czech Republic.  Lyrics on Lycanthrophy side are in Czech and English, also worth mentioning they do a Limp Wrist cover.

Gride split 7" 2006

Gride are a Grindcore band from Prachatice and České Budějovice, Czech Republic.  Both band sing in Czech on this release.

Sick/Tired split 7" 2014

Sick/Tired are a Grindviolence band from Chicago.  After a few year Lycanthrophy abandoned writing songs in their own language and started exclusively  singing in English.

Saturday, 3 September 2016

Haymaker - 10 Bucks Worth Of Rope... 7"

Again, sorry for the long silence, I just started a new full time job two months ago which means I have less time to go to shows and make rips of the records I buy at shows but I did buy an irresponsible amount of vinyl at this years Chimpyfest which should keep in in content for this for a while as well as other random stuff I've picked up.

Jeff "Transpuncher" Beckman is back.  Boasting a member of both Chokehold and Left For Dead would make Haymaker infamous enough if it weren't for their reputation of rarely being able to play shows due to crowd violence and fires breaking out in clubs because of fireworks being let off by friends of the band at their behest (no, really).

This EP was originally only released with a special skate deck package with only 200 pressed, but then the band took pity on those of us who don't skate or aren't willing to pay loads just to get the 7" so a clear vinyl/sleeve version was printed with just 40 pressed.