Monday, May 9, 2011

Meanwhile in Land Belonging to No One...

One last death rattle available in an edition of fifty copies for anyone still requiring a physical copy of Winter's Agony.


You can still download it here

Australian playlist:

Arms Reach - Death to Shallow Hardcore
Deadstare - discography
Nekrasov - Into the No-Mans Sphere of the Ancient Days
Suffer - Lone (i'll keep plugging this LP)
Abraxis - Abraxis
Sadistik Exekution - K.A.O.S.
dISEMBOWELMENT - Transcendence into the Peripheral
Mournful Congregation - The Monad of Creation
Death Sentence - Ryan, Thanks for the Support
Mass Appeal - Nobody Likes a Thinker
AVO - Fuck Positive Hardcore

and two (not Australian) documentaries:

The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye
Who Took The Bomp? Le Tigre on Tour (if you're not a fan it's worth it for the stuff about Le Tigre and Hatebreed hanging out)


pentagrimes said...

I must check out those two documentaries over the next few days.Have you seen "Iconoclast" yet?

Survivalist said...

not yet, i have this vague fear it's going to be a similar vieiwing experience to something like Until the Light Takes Us in that it's more than likely going to be the same old stuff i've been seeing for the last twenty years.

ie the "here's Boyd with Tom Metzger but he's not a nazi" -"oh yes he is!" "oh no he's not!" pantomime routine

Anonymous said...

The Australian playlist definitely lacks some The Kill.

On a totally unrelated note: I listened to the Crustcast-episode in which you mentioned Grinning Death's Head and Bone Awl lately. What do you think about all this new raw, punkish Black Metal (apart from the mentioned e.g. Ash Pool, Sexdrome, Ride At Dawn)?

Survivalist said...

The Kill are missing only because Shank toured with them 11 years ago and i figured the entire world knows about them. I also missed Radio Birdman, Rose Tattoo, Nasunbluten and a million more.

Most of the new stuff you talk about isn't that new, but a lot of the newer bands doing it seem fairly clueless. The 'Youth Attack Scene' (debatable if it exists) has been around for a few years now.

I don't really care about punks playing black metal to be honest, most of the stuff i've heard isn't that great and there's seemingly little connection to either punk or black metal in spirit.

Ash Pool aren't especially punkish on their newest LP and Ride at Dawn identify as a punk band, not a black metal band. Sexdrome i haven't heard.

Eric (blockade, slaughter strike, column of heaven) loves all that stuff though

Survivalist said...

and quite why google has suddenly decided to rename me "death" i have no fucking idea

Anonymous said...

Is the last Ash Pool record worth a listen? It got slammed pretty much everywhere, so I didn't give it a try.