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PHOBIA - Unrelenting EP (2010)

Phobia is back with seventeen brutal tracks in under 15 minutes. The new EP is entitled ''Unrelenting'' which is a valid name for an album from Phobia. Surprisingly Unrelenting comes with a far more balanced structure than most grind assaults. At it’s core Phobia reminds a brutal wrecking ball pummeling all that is in its path. It’s hard to really compare Phobia to anything other than a mighty punch in the face repeatedly. If that isn’t your cup of tea please don’t even bother listening. :) The album is more or less exactly what I (and You) expect from Phobia. PS - Link stolen from filestube!
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V.A. - Barcelona Kaos (2009)

Barcelona D-beat / Crust / Punk / Hardcore madness!! 01. Massmierda - en comisaría (3:50), 02. Avoid notes - tambores de guerra (1:06), 03. Totälickers - total rejected (0:50), 04. Murtra - democracia zero (2:21), 05. Mobcharge - víctimas del exterminio (1:17), 06. Atxanta - virus (1:57), 07. Cinder - barcelona (1:49), 08. Holocaust in your head - libertad (1:53), 09. Disnight bastards - night bastards (2:52), 10. Crani septic - infecció (0:41), 11. Mugrind - creación destrucción (4:03), 12. No conforme - nightmare (1:57), 13. Habitación 101 - venganza (3:24), 14. Violent headache - helado de fresa (1:12), 15. Entierro - shock discipline (1:47), 16. Mördare - h.b.a (2:25), 17. Crimen de estado - estoy fuera (1:01), 18. Disputa - dis or die (1:01), 19. Brutal project - muerte (2:20), 20. Hijxs taradxs - conciencias manchadas de sangre (1:54)
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ANALIZATOR - Igra debela mecka (2005)

ANALIZATOR was one of the best Serbian Grindcore bands ever! In the spring of 2003. a couple of metalheads and a punk rebel had an idea to shamelessly rip off Anal Cunt, Napalm Death, Deranged and all the other bands they liked. The idea was later named Analizator, so it could have “anal” in its name, and still not be too rude for BBC. The year 2005. saw their first full - lenght demo “Igra Debela Mecka” (eng.”The Fat Bear is Dancing”). Song themes varied from rape, murder, to mindless selfdestruction. Lyrics are in Serbian because the band hates the USA and dont wanna speak in English! :) For all fans who love old school grindcore - on the Serbian way!
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BOYCOT - Total Boycot 1995-2000 (2005)

Boycot was a great Anarcho-Punk band from Alkmaar, Netherlands. Fast, raw, political hardcore punk, one of the best European political hardcore of the 90's! They released many EP’s and split up in 2000. They toured extensively in their 5 year hayday, including whole of Europe and the USA. This CD contains 48 songs, all their recordings! From first 7", split with Argue Damnation, Insane Youth, Distress, Betercore, Tuco Ramirez, Fleas and Lice and compilations' tracks, all with a 20 pages booklet with lyrics and pics. It was originally published in 2005, ANGRY RECORDS.
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BLACK SEPTEMBER - The Forbidden Gates Beyond (2010)

Debut full length LP from this amazing Death / Crust band from Chicago. 2006 founded BLACK SEPTEMBER are a well-hidden pearl that I'd like to throw before you lusty swines now. Songs like 'Tombs', 'Creation Of Chaos' or 'Unleashed' immediately grab you by the balls and the bands' epic, solemn melodies add a certain "raise your fist and scream for vengeance" glorious feel that's of course not comparable to these Viking "Pop Deathers" but retains a dark and ominous atmosphere all the way through. I’ve seen photos of the vinyl version on the net and that looks fantastic, so make sure you check this out and travel beyond the forbidden gates of death!
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SYSTEMATISK TERROR - Ueeehhh! (Demo 2007)

These 7 tracks were recorded in January 2007 by this 4 piece Swedish hardcore band. It starts off with a total sludgecore intro, and then quickly moves into some intense and awsome fast thrashy hardcore. Throughout the CD it goes back and forth between those two different styles. It may sound a bit odd, but believe me it really works for this band and makes them quite unique. It's not that they're incompatible with the no-slow/all-go hardcore style that makes up the bulk of the material, they're just not as well-integrated as they could be. Anyhow, minor quibbles aside, I enjoyed this!
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FLYBLOWN / WARVICTIMS - Split LP (2008)

Yeah!! Great split LP with two amazing bands! England’s FLYBLOWN play harsh & brutal crust noise with grunted vocals and downtuned guitar. They influenced by bands such as Disclose, Dismachine, Totalitar and Framtid. The band has cut a space for itself on the underground punk scene as a band with political intent and an extreme musical style. This is their last track ever!! WARVICTIMS play raging D-beat raw punk in the Scandinavian tradition, including a cover of DISCHANGE’s classic “After War Scars”.This split consist 10 track from WARVICTIMS and 5 track from FLYBLOWN.
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WAR//PLAGUE - Smolder EP (2010)

The debut 7" from this great Crust band built around the guitar heroes Andy Lutz and Andy Lefton (the potent combo at the core of Provoked and Pontius Pilate) joined by fellow Minneapolis crust punk veterans. The two songs on this debut EP are classic crust punk to the core, with lots of variation, powerful riffs, rasp throated vocals, and production that´s heavy but not overly polished. This is Minneapolis style crust (i.e. Misery) so its devoid of the boring "epic" parts that sap the energy of so many other current crust bands. Best of all, the members of War//Plague are among the most artistically gifted and long-time contributors to the local DIY punk movement. Recommended!
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DEFEATIST - Sixth Extinction (2010)

DEFEATIST is made up of members from the almighty grind machine known as Kalibas and noise-core bastards Anodyne. 19 songs in 27 minutes sounds positively epic now, but DEFEATIST don’t let us down with Sixth Extinction (Willowtip), infusing their grind, as always, with a raw, hardcore urgency that is equal parts noise rock, crust, His Hero Is Gone worship and pure fucking first-album Nasum intensity, with a manic vocalist who just fucking goes for it, Discordance Axis-style. In the end, Sixth Extinction is a fulfilling romp though grindcore killing fields and serves its purpose without question. I can’t necessarily recommend it over albums from some of DEFEATIST’s’ like minded peers though. In other words, I like it; I’m just not bowled over by it!
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