Leave it to a bunch of Germans to name their band Napoleon Dynamite and expect anyone to take them seriously. Anyway, telling you that this is a 13-song 7" is probably just about all you need to know... tons of high-speed thrash on this one, though tempered with some slightly goofy, Adrenalin OD/Angry Samons-style moments that make this one stick out from the generic thrash pack. Good stuff. NAPOLEON DYNAMITE is a germam three-piece and they describe themself as the greatest partyband ever! "nur flops" is their 1st release on vinyl. You'll get 13 garage-thrash-punk-songs, full of fast and dirty punk with german lyrics. The freshness of DIE GOLDENEN ZITRONEN, the liveliness of THE HATEPINKS, together with the nasty stomp of DEAN DIRG and the thrashness of THE ITALIAN STALLION and you might get NAPOLEON DYNAMITE. Provocative discothrash meets garage-punk meets your mother!
After years of silence, NARSAAK are back with 6 songs for this 7". NARSAAK played (and still playing) melody driven scandinavien hardcore long before WOLFPACK and long before TRAGEDY turned a million americanised trendhoppers onto that stuff. All their records are great musically and the lyrics will frequently make your blood freeze. Their singer is from Bosnia originally, that?s why many of their songs are in serbo-kroatian, which is one of the most brutal sounding language for a hardcore band.
Nervous Mothers are actually four Belgian dudes that have served time in a number of other very fine bands. They unleash some severely harsh riffing that has some blasting, emo-violence tinged,
near-grind drumming that often stick-shifts into downtuned sludge action by way of Coalesce-esque walls of atonal noise slabs.
Art Of Burning Water continue their mission to annoy all and sundry with their slightly faster take on their usual off-kilter noise-rock with definite hardcore leanings, like a sped up Keelhaul partying with Motorhead. A brutal slow-burner this time round.
After their first impressive demotape out of the year 2008, Nihil Baxter is ready to accelerate with 10 new thrashpunk killersongs on wonderful black and pink vinyl! Some of you might see some anologys to SURF NAZIS MUST DIE and indeed it's a smiliar direction, even fans of DRI or TEAR IT UP will have a nice time with this single. For me, it is going to be an upcoming classic in german punk history.
Grinding, noise-saturated reality likely to damage your hearing and your brain. Three-quarters of fan-fave Vaccine ( so basically members of orchid, ampere, failures... ) as well as 1/3 of the legendary SQRM attack with violent blasts of power punctuated and couched with harsh and bleak bursts of noise. this is what they call power violence...
No Fun - Bad News EP The band's first time on vinyl. Following their well received demo cassette (On Moshtache) Norwich's young punx return with four new tracks of anti-social fastcore.
tracks: 1. Intro (Little Hell) 2. Guidless Ghost, Hopeless Hoax 3. I Refuse 4. Bitter Old Man
FFO: Minor Threat, Void, Converge, Throats, Napalm Death. Recorded By Matt and Alfie of MATHS.
Nothing Clean from Leicester's black heart make unbelievably harsh stop-start powerviolence thrash that borders on chaos without sacrificing the pinpoint attack. Art Of Burning Water continue their mission to annoy all and sundry with their slightly faster take on their usual off-kilter noise-rock with definite hardcore leanings, like a sped up Keelhaul partying with Motorhead. They do a Negative Approach cover too!
othing Clean are straight out of Leicester in the middle bit of the Shittish Isles, and make blisteringly fast, quasi-grind powerviolence stuff that is constantly on the verge of collapsing into
total and utter chaos. Rage and fury positively vents from their spleens. Members have served time in bands like Hangover Heartattack, Meatpacker and Mangle.
Higgs Boson are straight out of Oslo in Norway and make reprehensible, barely comprehensible powerviolence as well, with a tighter, catchier fastcore feel to it. Melodic yet real nasty with it.
Seventeen tracks in way fewer minutes for four quid (not including postage), or download it for free. Bargain.
Nuclear Cult are fetching the hammer again. These Thrash vetarans, who have been in SM70, Pink Flamingos and Y, amongst many other bands before, deliver some ferocious highspeed hardcore with a gloomy twist. For fans of Septic Death, Heresy, Outo etc.!