zondag 30 augustus 2015

SICK OF IT ALL - THIS IS HARDCORE FEST @ the electric factory,philadelphia-PA august 11,2013 (SBRD)

there's a skip in one of the tracks,SUUCKS,will redo that one soon but,it took too long to post this one,the blood,sweat and no tears lp is still in my top 10 list of alltime favorites...virtual insert rip off was a pain in the ass but looks great,all pics taken by Anna Spina (BLOWTHESCENE) 
and a great job by Len & Sunny,you can stream/D/L the whole gig in HD quality on 


www.vimeo.com and search for sick this is hc 2013...



donderdag 20 augustus 2015

HOG - 1997-1999 demo-split tape-7'' (mexico)

sold the 7'' years ago,yeah im a dumbass,taste changed a bit in the years and now im sick of it,had a nice cover,glued stuff etc,you know the usual LENGUA ARMADA recs cover
the demo from '97 is more hc,while the songs from the split tape with INSURECCION and the hombre muerto 7'' are more crusty (songs on the tape are from the 7'' session,so tape not included),but i enjoy both styles,so here you have both releases,maybe they did more but not that im aware off...


03-llenando bolsillos
04-una mentira mas
05-perdiendo el control
06-acumulando odio
07-los cerdos sonrien


09-fino ladrón
11-almas de concreto
13-hombre muerto
14-yo robot,no gracias
15-no cuenten conmigo
16-a salvo
17-mundo feliz


FALSE LIBERTY - the zoo is free-silence is consent 1986-1987 cd-r (seattle-WA) V.2


Greg and Vic formed brotherhood after FL and you know they released some good stuff,also on this blog btw...

same goes for FALSE LIBERTY
fast to ultra fast songs combined with good lyrics what more do you want?
the demo should be released onto vinyl,its a classic in my book and im not alone in this for sure

emailed Greg about it...and he told me if they find the last member ,southern lord recs (Greg's own label) will probably release it in the near future,PRETTY DAMN COOOOOOOOOOOOOL!

hope they find the dude quick coz this stuff rules,an lp with the demo on side a & the 7'' on side b would be absolutely killer!
Greg - vocals
Justin - guitar
Pete - bass
Vic - drums

7'' recorded @ the shoreline studios july '86 released in '87 on ONE STEP AHEAD recs from san fransisco-CA

artwork by Drew Elliot (front = art from the centerlabel of the 7'' back=front 7'')

nothing more to be said.
go dl it,as soon it will be released,this post will be deleted so enjoy for now!
can't find a myspace or website so this is all you get...


damn,new comp and see what a crappy cdr covers i made lol,contrast issue,will fix soon.
demo can use some corrections too.will fix too sooner or laterrrrrrrrr.

but heres a new link stream & d/l


woensdag 19 augustus 2015

FRONTE VIOLETA - travessias tape OUT NOW 50 copies made (SP-brasil)

FRONTE VIOLETA (the purple front) TAPE (Dama Da Noite Discos)

only 50 copies made!

this band is Ana and Carla from RAKTA doing their thing in 1 long track of 26 min.
more experimental as RAKTA but the same vibe,you need to hear this in the dark,playing it at daytime doesn't work for me...

selling a part of my record collection,list up soon!

stopped collecting multiple copies/colors yrs ago,but still got a shitload of double records,so it's time to let em go,i can live with 1 copy of each record. for god sake ive got 7/8 copies of the st TIU 7" best band EVER but wtf was i thinking...crazy times,TIU collection will be up for sale,most of it...same goes for LIFES HALT/BONES BRIGADE...
got a bunch of test pressings up for sale also,CTS,LBAL,BGK,BARKHARD and a few more goodies...paid ridicilous amounts for em,never get it back but i can use some $ after paying for my dad's funeral etc,so list up soon.



dinsdag 18 augustus 2015

RUIDO - discografia 1997-2000 (los angeles-CA)

everything they did from 1997-2000!
used the 1st 7''/INSULT split tracks + most of the compilation tracks from the blogged and quarterred version and fooled a bit with the sound (volume changes and some other corrections)
all the others came from Gen's orig. files and sound really good compared to the vinyl...somehow in the pressing process the sound got messed up on the records,coz most records had too much bass in the drums and the drums were on the front etc...the only bad thing about the records...
but most of the songs in this discography sound much cleaner now...

and you'll also get the "lost" version of the lp master,they used a tape dub for the lp,coz they couldn't find the the orig. master...
the lp tracks in here sound different and much better as the ones used for the know recs lp,the only track that's still lost from the lp master is ''estoy confundido"...but ''you're not human" from the reality comp was included,so you'll also get a nice clean version of the reality comp. track

i think it came out pretty damn good coz i'm playing this over and over...BUT it still needs a few changes to some of the demotracks (volume jumps a little bit in #11-vete,and hear a few other things i wanna change too)

and for those who don't know...their early work reminds of a more heavy LOS CRUDOS with dual pissed off vocals!!!
on the F.O.B. split and KLXU live 7'' they we're heading to a CHARLES BRONSON/OATH sound...
i can write more bullshit but you all know this is a great collection by a great band.
79 tracks 63 minutes! hell yeah!

RUIDO - discografia tape or digipack cd,not sure yet....
more info will be announced soon...

RUIDO 1997-2000

Gen - vocals 1997-2000 sessions)
Richard - vocals (1998 sessions)
Aimee - bass (1997-1998 sessions)
Isaiah - bass (2000 sessions)
Mike - guitar (1997 sessions)
Trashead - guitar (1998 sessions)
Lamin - guitar (2000 sessions)
Steve - drums (1997-2000)

thx to Gen for sending/sharing the original DAT/WAV files with the masses.
 and Vin
http://bloggedquartered.blogspot.com for letting me steal/use his rips

http://www.myspace.com/ruido for more info....

edit: orig. posted in oct. 2012 but link was dead for awhile so from now on you can stream and d/l it from here: 

vrijdag 14 augustus 2015

DROP DEAD - live on live block,BSR-WELH radio,providence-RI 02-05-2004 cd-r

18 track liveset by the masters of fastcore.

another post from 4 yrs ago,dl link was dead for a looong time,no more re uploads,from now on you can stream/dl it from here for yrs to come.



RABIA - demo 2006 (NY) part I/2

first 12 tracks from 25 in total. still havent finished it and might take awhile but here's part I
unreleased recordings,no tracktitles...

SHREDDER - demo 2004 (belgium)

again Belgian hardcore/fastcore! (zotten uit Brugge)
and to me this is the best demo made in belgium from the 90's till now!
without a doubt...
so we're not gonna discuss that ;-0
i can write down some stuff no one reads so fuck it all
here is the demo
btw REPROACH has a new record coming out soon (us/japanese release) keep an eye out!

orig. posted 4 yrs ago,new link requested : stream/dl from here:



donderdag 13 augustus 2015

Generacion Suicida (live) @ Manic Relapse Fest 2015.3.7 @ World Rage Cen...

you all know what this means right,GS livetape #4,the 3rd is just on it's way to CA...and Adrien,if you read this,i didn't forget you,still got a few copies for you lying around here too,both versions...i'll make sure you'll get em,got some other unfinished business in france so ill promise you'll get your copies soon!

but got the ok to do a livetape of this gig also,why a 4th livetape?,because they're fucking good live,all said.

and i'll email the dude that shot the video if he is willing to provide an uncompressed version of the audio... and  pretty sure this will be a another great GS livetape after some corrections,and again it will include a new unreleased track...for now you have to do it with this,can't do anything on this comp. but audio + tape insert up ASAP!


and almost forgot...CHEERS!!!!!

Blazing Eye (live) @ Nerd Castle (oakland) 7.26.2014 hardcore (full set)

audio up soon(er) or later...for now PLAY LOUD!!!

zondag 9 augustus 2015

DEFY - demo '84 (oakland-CA)

cleaned up version from their 1984 demo fem. fronted Oakland-CA hc/punk

posted 4 yrs ago,new link stream & d/l from here:


woensdag 5 augustus 2015

SOCIAL DISEASE - the world at ransom 1982-1985 (bristol-U.K.)

quality isnt the best but this is raw as fuck punk from Bristol-UK '82!!!
first 11 tracks are ridicilous good,recorded in '82 with 2 vocalists,thick bass sound etc...
shortly after that demo,they kicked out the 2nd vocalist and recorded the world at ransom demotape,think  tracks were used on the today 7''...
only bad thing is,lots of tapenoise,tried something but ruined sound
so here it is in all its rawness
play loud fuckerrrrrrrrrrrrrs!!!!!!!!!!

02-natural death
04-world at ransom
06-death without warning
07-bag of beans
08-nobody's fool
09-future age
10-nuclear error

12-tomorrow's burning
13-bully boy
15-world at ransom

if anyone has a better version and would like to share it,lemme know!!!!!!!

edit: new link requested so here ya go : stream/dl from here:


website with some info/interview:


dinsdag 4 augustus 2015

MUTUAL FEAR - 1983 demo recordings??? (U.K.)

By Michael Laing
Mutual Fear were formed in early 1982 by Michael McHale, Pete McDonald and Scott Thomson, former pupils of St. Columba's and Woodmill High Schools, which are located adjacent to one-another in the Linburn area of Dunfermline. They were joined by John Woods, who was originally from Glenrothes. All were followers of The Alternative and frequently-seen faces at The Pad, the lean-to shed in which The Alternative practised. Around this time, The Actives, who had been rehearsing at The Pad, were asked to leave (rather unfairly, I thought), and, along with The Dissidents and later Heretix BC and Why?, Mutual Fear were offered the use of The Pad and The Alternative's amps and drums to practice with. Around this time, due to the unpleasant atmosphere at home, I was spending most of my spare time loitering at The Pad, and I happened one night to be present at one of Mutual Fear's first rehearsals. They had a bassist, a drummer and two vocalists, but no guitarist. I had literally never picked a guitar up before and had no playing-skills whatsoever, but, joining in the spirit of the occasion, I plugged in a guitar that someone had left lying around and began to strum along with Scott's bass-lines.
Despite their musical inexperience and the fact that I was a member of The Dissidents first and foremost, I soon found that playing with Mutual Fear was much more enjoyable and productive. There was none of the waiting to see which band-members would bother to turn up to rehearsals or time-wasting while they downed-instruments to skin-up between practically every song, which drove me to distraction in The Dissidents. Every week, Mutual Fear made clear progress; got tighter; wrote new songs. In particular, Michael McHale's drumming improved rapidly, and he also began to contribute the music and lyrics for some of Mutual Fear's songs. Michael was the younger brother of Dougie McHale, guitarist with The Alternative; music clearly ran in the veins of that family. As for my guitar-playing, I still regarded it as being extremely rudimentary, but I did use two strings, which was at least 100% more than some of the other bands who had the brass neck to play gigs at the time!
Probably the best thing that Mutual Fear had going for them and which marked them out from all the other punk-clone bands of the time was Pete McDonald. For a hardcore punk band, Pete totally looked the part, and when he was on the stage, he commanded it. He wasn't much of a singer, but he was a natural front-man. Unfortunately, in the political atmosphere of the time, it was felt that Pete was too outrageous for the band and, in the early summer of 1983, he was sacked. Perhaps he could have have cooled the posing-about a bit and given the impression of taking things a little more seriously, but, without Pete, Mutual Fear weren't half the band they'd been. I took over as a singer and Russell Wood, previously with The Dissidents, came in on guitar for a short while, and this line-up recorded a demo at Palladium Studio in Edinburgh on 12th June, 1983, and played a couple more gigs, but I soon discovered I'd been a lot more comfortable playing an instrument than singing. Mutual Fear staggered on for another couple of months, but, with the Alternative's following disintigrating in acrimony and Mutual Fear's remaining members pulling in different musical directions, they played their last, rather shambolic gig with Society's Victims to a handful of punks at the Broad Street Community Centre, Cowdenbeath, on 15th June, 1983.
Russell Wood and I soon realised the error of our ways, and, following the break-up of Mutual Fear, we recruited Pete McDonald in the late summer of '83 for our next musical project, Pink Moon. For reasons lost in the mists of time, Russell left after a few weeks; Pete, Michael McHale and I then recruited Alan Christie on guitar and became the Voodoo Idols, the name being due to Pete having a bit of a flirtation with Goth at the time. Alan was another long-time follower of The Alternative who, like Russell and me, had become disillusioned with punk and was moving towards metal. The Voodoo Idols never got around to playing a gig, which was a shame because they had the makings of an excellent band. Michael McHale was now a proficient drummer, and Alan Christie soon proved to be an extremely gifted musician. Within a few weeks of picking up a guitar, he was doing Steve Jones; within a year, Angus Young; within two, Gary Moore and Eddie Van Halen. But that's another story...
10 tracks,first four from a demo titled as demo '83 ,+ 6 tracks from their reverbnation site.
orig 1983 demo has 6 tracks so that version isnt complete i think?,but cleaned it up a bit and those 4 sound badass to me,so it looks/sounds like it are 2 different recording sessions???

new link requested so from now on you can
stream and download it from here: