Tuesday, March 1, 2016

NYC Mayhem + Straight Ahead

Straight Ahead - Spirit Of Youth - 1987
NYC Mayhem, Straight Ahead - Straight Ahead / NYC Mayhem - 1987
NYC Mayhem - The Metal Days / The Crossover Days - 2011
NYC Mayhem - The Metal Days / The Crossover Days - 2011
01. Straight Ahead - Spirit Of Youth, 1987 Vinyl 7" EP Unofficial Release
     I Risk Records - I RISK#1
02. NYC Mayhem, Straight Ahead - Straight Ahead / NYC Mayhem, 1987 Vinyl LP Compilation Unofficial Release
     Kill For Christ - none , Compilation
     Reissue from 2001 - A1-A6: Breakaway 12'', A7-A15: from V/A End The Warzone 7'', B1-B14: For Real 7'' - Contains 29 songs by: NYC Mayhem, Straight Ahead
03. NYC Mayhem - The Metal Days / The Crossover Days, 2011 CD Compilation x 2
     Hells Headbangers - HELLS 057
     CD1 - Demos, live & rehearsals
04. NYC Mayhem - The Metal Days / The Crossover Days, 2011 CD Compilation x 2
     Hells Headbangers - HELLS 057
     CD2 - Demos, live & unreleased 7''
Ancient request finally rezerred. Straight Ahead emerged as a very fast hardcore engine from the ruins of NYC Mayhem, who were a truly noisy thrash machine. There are connections between these dudes and several major bands like Sick Of It All, Agnostic Front etc. Primitive, fast & loud! Ah the raw fury of the 80s!!
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6 comments:

  1. what about this? true or legend? do you know something about it?

    http://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Hellhouse/50362



    i have a dub of this hellhouse demo, sounds like old sarcofago w a 1000 miles/hour drum machine and totally atrocious vocals, it was pretty scary when i first listened to it in the 90's

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  2. in case you didn't listened to it yet

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5jG52xA2tA

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    1. Argh!! I had never heard of this before! Amazing noisecore!!! Faster than Repulsion and Cryptic Slaughter!

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  3. I seen Straight Ahead play live once, in 1987 at Ildiko's (Toronto) and talked to Tommy Carroll , really cool, laid back guy. They were supposed to come back and play another gig later that year in the summer time, but they didn't. Maybe they broke up by then.
    I wasn't familiar with their material, just the NYC Mayhem 1985 demo (it is called Violence on metal archives, but it didn't have a title back when it was traded to me), but blew my mind, just like when hearing D.R.I.'s Dealing With It Lp for the first time earlier that year.

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