7 inches, 10 bands, 12 songs… Welcome to the Monomaniac series! This is an ambitious discographic initiative, uniting international artists from all the spectrum of extreme underground music, with visual backup from visionaries Viral Graphics… The medium being 7″ vinyl, the challenge is that each unit offers approximately one minute (or less) of exclusive/unreleased noise!
SIDE I, timing: 5:09
1. CLOUD RAT [US] “Finger print v1″ 1:08
2. THEDOWNGOING [AU] “Littered” 0:19
3. THEDOWNGOING [AU] “Floorboards” 0:19
4. THEDOWNGOING [AU] “Hibakusha (Reprise)” 0:16
5. DETROIT [CA] “Birthday Party” 0:34
6. SETE STAR SEPT [JP] “Why not intersect” 0:25
7. BODY HAMMER [US] “Dog Star Man” 0:35
8. HEAD CLEANER [GR] “The Weapon Of The Proletariat” 1:17
SIDE II, timing: 4:53
1. DIOCLETIAN [NZ[ “Traitors Gallow” 1:19
2. THE HOWLING WIND [US] “Bewilderment” 1:26
3. SEMPITERNAL DUSK [US] “Beneath The Emblems Of Death” 1:03
4. THIS IS PAST [GR] “Catatonia” 0:56
A compilation to celebrate Nakkeskuddfest #2, wich also was my 30th
birthday, the first "Vestfold Hardcore" comp to come out. All the bands who
played on the fest contributed with songs unreleased or rerecorded from
tapes done over 10 years ago. The bands are: Summon the Crows, Alltid Jaget,
Absint, Mansters, Machete. Comes with a 20 page bookletcover with a lot of
writing about the Nakkeskudd history (written in norwegian, so dont get your
VeuveSS ( members of overmans, 12xu… )is back with an awesome 7", pushing further their disgust for every sound that is clean, nice and polished. VeuveSS seeks what's hidden in us, what we don't want to see, what we don'twant to be and bring it to the surface, right inside your head. 5 new songs with heavy dirty riffs, somewhere between hardcore and sludge, rageous drumming and disgusted vocals. Such a killer release. White silk screen on white paper and white vinyl. Don't miss that one.
The View From My Ivory Tower 7’EP is the follow-up to the Villainy debut album Villainy I. The songwriting has grown as well as the overall vibe. The material on the EP is more massive, epic and thunderous with a raw feel identical to the Villainy live shows.
In an era of "old school" underweight hipster revivalists drenched in reverbs and "atmosphere" (that doesn't sound old school at all), VoV comes back after 6 years of riots, line-up genocides and mental breakdowns striking with 2 new death hymns, already released on tape by Unholy Domain records (august 2016) now ready for proper vinyl and mcd (with 4 bonus tracks) format by Everlasting Spew Records. VoV is not revival, VoV is comprised of people who have grown up in the early 90's and you'll clearly hear it.
For fans of (early) Demigod, Traumatic, (early) Disgrace, (early) Massacre and Funebrarum.
vowels from dresden, eastern germany , play raging hardcore, comparable to some of the youth attack records bands, like veins , raw nerve ...vowels are members of julith krishun, the tangled lines, vitamin x ...