Monday, October 15, 2018

EyeHateGod

EyeHateGod - In The Name Of Suffering - 1990
EyeHateGod - Take As Needed For Pain - 1993
EyeHateGod - Ruptured Heart Theory - 1994
13, EyeHateGod - Whore / EyeHateGod - 1994
13, EyeHateGod - Wrong / Untitled - 1995
EyeHateGod - Dopesick - 1996
EyeHateGod - Confederacy Of Ruined Lives - 2000
EyeHateGod - 10 Years Of Abuse (And Still Broke) - 2001
EyeHateGod - EyeHateGod - Preaching The End-Time Message
01. EyeHateGod - In The Name Of Suffering, 1990 CD Album Reissue
     Century Media, Century Media - 77-9738-2, 38-2
     Reissue from 1992
02. EyeHateGod - Take As Needed For Pain, 1993 CD Album
     Century Media - 77052-2
03. EyeHateGod - Ruptured Heart Theory, 1994 Vinyl 7" 33 ⅓ RPM EP
     Bovine Records, Bovine Records - #BO19, BO-19
04. 13, EyeHateGod - Whore / EyeHateGod, 1994 Vinyl 7"
     Ax/Ction Records - ACT 23 , Compilation
     Contains 3 songs by: EyeHateGod, 13 - Contains 3 songs by: 13, EyeHateGod
05. 13, EyeHateGod - Wrong / Untitled, 1995 Vinyl 7"
     Slap A Ham Records - #24 , Compilation
     Contains 2 songs by: 13, EyeHateGod
06. EyeHateGod - Dopesick, 1996 CD Album
     Century Media - 77114-2
07. EyeHateGod - Confederacy Of Ruined Lives, 2000 CD Album
     Century Media - CMR 8008-2
08. EyeHateGod - 10 Years Of Abuse (And Still Broke), 2001 CD Compilation
     Century Media - 8048-2
     Demo 1990 + Live 1994 && 2000
09. EyeHateGod - Preaching The "End-Time" Message, 2005 CD Compilation
     Emetic Records - emetic 015
     tracks from EPs and demos
Very surprisingly, this is not a reload, it is the very first occurrence of EHG on this website (apart from the 13 post). Even more surprisingly, it was never requested. So here they are now, the infamous cesspools of sludge and sickness from the mother of rotten riffs and decaying beats. EHG should need no introduction, but for those who hesitate, they are like the tumor that was extracted from the irradiated corpse of a Black Sabbath | Black Flag hybrid after it was mauled by a zombie dinosaur. Slowness and disgust, swamps and spikes, drowning in hate, experience all that through the seminal output of the precursor of everything musically ugly and poisonous! My favorite piece of decomposition is Take As Needed For Pain.  Agonize in triplazering bubonic cracks til the end of the sludgiverse!
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Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Warfare

Warfare - Noise, Filth & Fury, E.P. - 1984
Warfare - Pure Filth - 1984
Warfare - Pure Filth - 1984
Warfare - Two Tribes (Metal Noise Mix) - 1984
Warfare - Total Death EP - 1985
Warfare - Metal Anarchy - 1985
Warfare - Mayhem Fuckin' Mayhem - Hardcore 87 - 1986
Warfare - Mayhem Fuckin' Mayhem - 1986
Warfare - A Conflict Of Hatred - 1988
Warfare - Deathcharge - 1991
Warfare - Deathcharge - 1991
Warfare - A Decade Of Decibels - 1993
Warfare - Hammer Horror - 1993
Warfare - Metal Anarchy: The Best Of Warfare - 2002
Warfare - Metal Anarchy: The Best Of Warfare - 2002
Warfare - Metal Anarchy - 2007
Warfare - Metal Anarchy The Original Metal Punk Sessions - 2015
Warfare - Noise, Noise, Noise (The Lost Demos) - 2015
Warfare - Pure Filth From The Vaults Of Rabid Metal - 2015
Evo / Algy - Damned Unto Death - 2015
Evo - Warfare - 2017
01. Warfare - Noise, Filth & Fury, E.P., 1984 Vinyl 7" 33 ⅓ RPM 45 RPM EP
     Neat Records - Neat 41
02. Warfare - Pure Filth, 1984 Vinyl LP
     Roadrunner Records - RR 9815 , Compilation
03. Warfare - Pure Filth, 1984 Vinyl LP Album Limited Edition, Vinyl 12" EP
     Banzai Records - BBRC 1923
     Banzaï Records version, slightly different track list than the Neat or RR version, and includes the Two Tribes 12''
04. Warfare - Two Tribes (Metal Noise Mix), 1984 Vinyl 12" 45 RPM
     Neat Records - Neat 45 (12")
05. Warfare - Total Death EP, 1985 Vinyl 12" EP 45 RPM
     Neat Records - Neat 49-12
06. Warfare - Metal Anarchy, 1985 Vinyl LP Album
     Neat Records - NEAT 1029
07. Warfare - Mayhem Fuckin' Mayhem - Hardcore 87, 1986 Vinyl LP Album
     Neat Records - NEAT 1040
08. Warfare - Mayhem Fuckin' Mayhem, 1986 CD Album Limited Edition Partially Unofficial
     Toxic Records - Toxic 099
     Reissue from 0
09. Warfare - A Conflict Of Hatred, 1988 Vinyl LP Album
     Neat Records - NEAT 1044
10. Warfare - Deathcharge, 1991 Vinyl LP Album
     R.K.T. Records - CMO 198
11. Warfare - Deathcharge, 1991 CD Album Partially Unofficial
     Toxic Records - TOXIC 100
     Reissue from 0
12. Warfare - A Decade Of Decibels, 1993 CD Compilation
     Bleeding Hearts Records - CDBLEED 8
     Rerecodings of 12 classic songs
13. Warfare - Hammer Horror, 1993 CD Album
     Silva America - SSD 1027
14. Warfare - Metal Anarchy: The Best Of Warfare, 2002 CD Compilation x 2
     Castle Music - CMDDD446
     Released in 2002, compiles songs from all records (too few from Mayhem!)
15. Warfare - Metal Anarchy: The Best Of Warfare, 2002 CD Compilation x 2
     Castle Music - CMDDD446
     Released in 2002, compiles songs from all records (too few from Mayhem!)
16. Warfare - Metal Anarchy, 2007 CD Album Remastered
     Castle Music - CMRCD 1536
     2007 reissue with 7 bonus tracks
17. Warfare - Metal Anarchy The Original Metal Punk Sessions, 2015 CD Album
     High Roller Records - HRR 453 CD
     1984 demos for Metal Anarchy
18. Warfare - Noise, Noise, Noise (The Lost Demos), 2015 CD Album Compilation
     High Roller Records - HRR 444 CD
19. Warfare - Pure Filth From The Vaults Of Rabid Metal, 2015 CD Album
     High Roller Records - HRR 452 CD
     1983 demos for Pure Filth
20. Evo / Algy - Damned Unto Death, 2015 CD Mini-Album Limited Edition
     High Roller Records - HRR441CD
21. Evo - Warfare, 2017 CD Album
     High Roller Records - HRR 534 CD
Almost a reload, but expanded by 50%. The classic evil twin of Venom is still up and screaming, yes, Evo's 2017 release aptly titled Warfare is just like the missing Warfare album we all waited for for all these years: heavy, catchy, plain rocking metal punk thrash - one excellent object that features contributions from pre-demise Fast Eddie Clarke and still-alive Lips from Anvil. Just skip the useless, way too lengthy self-flattering intro. This album buries the tedious Evo/Algy mini CD. I am also adding a couple of CD rereleases from the master albums Mayhem Fucking Mayhem and Deathcharge. None more classic! Also embedded in this post are the High Roller releases of demos for Pure Filth and Metal Anarchy. I had feared very low-fi rehearsal crap, but these recording are actually excellent, rough but powerful and clear, one amazing job. Of course you already know all the songs so it is not as if you need these recordings, but they are very much fun and bring another ton of nostalgia upon the oldest among us because I still clearly remember where, when and how much I bought the Pure Filth ultra classic LP, the album that I rank as highly as Kill'em'All, Show No Mercy or Black Metal. Fucking Warfare forever triplazering cult classics everywhere in the zeriverse!
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Friday, October 5, 2018

Fang

Fang - Landshark / Where The Wild Things Are - 1983
Fang - Landshark / Where The Wild Things Are - 1985
Fang - Spun Helga - 1986
Fang - A Mi Ga Sfafas? - 1987
Fang - Pissed Off Buddha - 2011
01. Fang - Landshark / Where The Wild Things Are, 1983 CD Compilation
     Boner Records - BR01-2
     Reissue from 1989 - Landshark
02. Fang - Landshark / Where The Wild Things Are, 1985 CD Compilation
     Boner Records - BR01-2
     Reissue from 1989 -  Where The Wild Things Are
03. Fang - Pissed Off Buddha, 1986 CD, DVD DVD-Video NTSC
     Malt Soda Recordings - MSR27
     Reissue from 2011 - Spun Helga
04. Fang - Pissed Off Buddha, 1987 CD, DVD DVD-Video NTSC
     Malt Soda Recordings - MSR27
     Reissue from 2011- A Mi Ga Sfafas?
05. Fang - Pissed Off Buddha, 2011 CD, DVD DVD-Video NTSC
     Malt Soda Recordings - MSR27
Nothing sounds like US 80s punk rock as US 80s punk rock. Fang explore the shadow of bigger names like Government Issue and Toxic Reasons with good fortune. This is simple mid-tempo rocking punk, nothing eccentric, nothing challenging, nothing spectacularly catchy nor frenetic. When in need of just plain good old punk rock for the aging ape and relaxing snot for the weekend, play the Fang.
No, I do not have the last three albums and have not even heard them. Are they any good?
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