The debut CD of Stormcore, a nineties French Hardcore band discussed in a both lyrical and musical analysis.
Test pressing info of the first Length Of Time LP and the origins of the artwork used for the cover.
The United Blood 2011 compilation brings us a wide view upon the American Hardcore scene around the turning of that decade. Pressing facts also included.
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A resume article about the three albums Length Of Time made in their first four years of existence. In depth analysis of some of their lyrics and some notes about the music. And a pressing information fun fact can't be missing.
New Straight-Edge Hardcore band to release something wild and unpredictable. "Closer Still" is an urgent debut album from a promising band.
Sad Origin is a Belgian band from the Dendermonde area. They have released several titles at the end of the 90's. This LP called "A Double Edged Sword In A Triangle Of Emotions" is their only vinyl release. The LP was recorded in April 1999 and released by Genet Records. In this article you will read the lyrical analysis and comparisons to other bands and scenes.
Bloodline from Saint Paul, Minnesota in the USA, released this record in 1992. It was released by the label Nemesis Records. Progressive Hardcore different than most of their contemporaries.
Short review of the record released by Hardway Records in 1992. And a biography by Mike Scondotto himself. Found on another website and copy pasted.
"Deprogrammers Do Not Exist" is the first 7 inch Blindfold recorded. The 7 inch was released by PMA Records in 1992. It has four songs of which three will be reviewed in this article.
Profound were and early Straight-Edge band from the Netherlands. This short post is about their record and their label. A rare transition copy of the first press is pictured.
About the Sheer Terror "Pall In The Family" test press and the vinyl colours pressed. And additionally general information about the label Reaper Records.
The 2018 and 2019 reissues of the three Nations On Fire LP records called Strike The Match, Burn Again and Death Of The Pro-Lifer. The band formed around 1990 and still plays shows up to this day. The biggest Belgian positive Hardcore band.
Mainstrike from the Netherlands was one of Europe’s Straight-Edge Hardcore powerhouses from the mid to late nineties. They played at times groovy and at times fast paced Youth-crew Hardcore. And […]
Deformity never had an album released on vinyl before. Blasphemour Records from the United States changed that a few years ago. As in fine American tradition there are test pressings made for the release. And as in fine H8000 tradition, there are transition colour copies of the release also. This post features the two.