Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Blue Cheer

Blue Cheer - Outside Inside - Resissue from 2003
Blue Cheer - Vincebus Eruptum - 1968
Blue Cheer - New! Improved! - 1969
Blue Cheer - BC #5 The Original Human Being - 1970
Blue Cheer - Blue Cheer - 1970
Blue Cheer - Oh! Pleasant Hope - 1971
Blue Cheer - The Beast Is Back: The Megaforce Years - 1984
Blue Cheer - Blitzkrieg Over Nüremberg - 1988
Blue Cheer - Highlights And Lowlives - 1990
Blue Cheer - Live & Unreleased '68/'74 - 1996
Blue Cheer - Motive - CD rip - Contains Outsideinside + 2 bonus tracks
Blue Cheer - The History Of Blue Cheer - Good Times Are So Hard To Find - Compilation of 1968/1971 albums - no unreleased track - useless Blue Cheer - What Doesn't Kill You... - 2007
01. Blue Cheer - Outside Inside, 1968 CD Album Reissue
     Akarma, Comet Records - AK 012, AK 012
     Reissue from 2003
02. Blue Cheer - Vincebus Eruptum, 1968 CD Album Reissue
     Repertoire Records - IMS-7023
     Reissue from 1994
03. Blue Cheer - New! Improved!, 1969 CD Album Reissue
     Repertoire Records - IMS 7025
     Reissue from 1994
04. Blue Cheer - BC #5 The Original Human Being, 1970 CD Album Limited Edition Reissue Remastered
     Mercury - UICY-78045
     Reissue from 2016
05. Blue Cheer - Blue Cheer, 1970 CD Album Limited Edition Reissue Remastered
     Mercury - UICY-78044
     Reissue from 2016
06. Blue Cheer - Oh! Pleasant Hope, 1971 CD Album Limited Edition Reissue Remastered
     Mercury - UICY-78046
     Reissue from 2016
07. Blue Cheer - The Beast Is Back: The Megaforce Years, 1984 CD Album
     Megaforce Records - 19702
     Reissue from 1996
08. Blue Cheer - Blitzkrieg Over Nüremberg, 1988 CD Album Reissue
     Thunderbolt - CDTB 091
     Reissue from 1990
09. Blue Cheer - Highlights And Lowlives, 1990 CD Album
     Nibelung Records - 23011-421
10. Blue Cheer - Live & Unreleased '68/'74, 1996 CD Album
     Captain Trip Records - CTCD-023
11. Blue Cheer - Motive, 
     Philips - 6463 142
    CD rip - Contains Outsideinside + 2 bonus tracks
12. Blue Cheer - The History Of Blue Cheer - Good Times Are So Hard To Find, 
     Mercury - 834 030-2
     Compilation of 1968/1971 albums - no unreleased track - useless CD Compilation - Reissue from 1988
13. Blue Cheer - What Doesn't Kill You..., 2007 CD Album
     Rainman - GELM 4112
From time to time, we dip our meat into the ancestry of everything zer, and today we are welcoming the Blue Cheer output. There have always been claims from trve experts that BC are the trve inventors of heavy metal, not Black Sabbath, because their version of Summertime Blues is loud, nasty, distorted and anterior to the Black Sabbath album. Whatever.  BC released a batch of great bluesy rock albums in the early 70s and in the 80s some nasty hard rock.  Favorites: The Beast Is Back and Blitzkrieg Over Nüremberg. If you enjoyed the Ten Years After post, get ready for some paleo-zeristic-rocking til you drop!
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Sunday, March 18, 2018

Temple Of Void

Temple Of Void - Of Terror And The Supernatural - 2014
Temple Of Void - Lords Of Death - 2017
01. Temple Of Void - Of Terror And The Supernatural, 2014 CD Album Limited Edition
     Rain Without End Records - RWE005
02. Temple Of Void - Lords Of Death, 2017 CD Album
     Shadow Kingdom Records - SKR127CD
Doom, death and more doom! I came across this band searching for new stuff during a random youtube browsing hour and was ordering the CD before the end of the first half of the song. Absolutely first class demonstration of total doom! Not the funeral sort, more like the super powered crunch of early Paradise Lost hybridized with Massacre and Bolt Thrower without the fast parts. Of Terror is a perfect introduction, and this perfection is perfected on the unbelievable Lords Of Death, the masterpiece of peak doom propelled by a sound production larger than the universe and addictive songs that stay with you for days. At least with me, and for months, like new classics. Temple Of Void possess the gift of song writing on top of the knowledge of the architecture of massive groove and they go far beyond the expression of plain force. The art of doom!
PS: free download of new track and demo from Bandcamp:
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Thursday, March 15, 2018

Skulls And Flames

SAF - Think For Yourselves - 2002
SAF - Skulls And Flames - 2004
SAF - Dead Area Paranoia - 2005
SAF - Enterrar Y Callar - 2006
01. SAF - Think For Yourselves, 2002 Vinyl 7" EP 33 ⅓ RPM
     Balowski Records - none
02. SAF - Skulls And Flames, 2004 Vinyl 12" 45 RPM Album
     Dead Area - none
03. SAF - Dead Area Paranoia, 2005 Vinyl 12" 45 RPM Album
     UPS, Fast & Furious Records, Dead Area - UPSMORT 0012-1, FF 07, 4
04. SAF - Enterrar Y Callar, 2006 Vinyl 10" 45 RPM Album
     Holy Shit Records, UPS, DP, Do Not Entry Records - none, none, none, none
Thrash til zer! Fans of classic 80s crossover & hardcore are well served by S&F, who paid tribute to the whole genre on this handful of great records that strictly adhere to the rules in sound, style, song titles, bandanas and artwork (especially the back of the sleeves). In short, if you are old, fat and a fan of famous two-or-three-letters-acronym bands, or young, fat and a fan of Holier Than Thou? and of a rawer version of the Iron Reagan | Violator thing, SAF is your next stop. They sound like the classics so much you almost start believing in reincarnation. Fast, punchy and to the point triplazering homage to the legends!
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Monday, March 12, 2018

Tetragrammacide - Primal Incinerators Of Moral Matrix

Tetragrammacide - Primal Incinerators Of Moral Matrix - 2017 01. Tetragrammacide - Primal Incinerators Of Moral Matrix, 2017 CD Album
     Iron Bonehead Productions - none
Monsters exists, and they live among us, in India. They are invincible and they make a lot of noise. Proof: Tetragrammacide. I was attracted by this album title last year and have not ceased being mesmerized since by the sonic apocalypses it delivers. You thought you knew how far metal music could stretch its boundaries and now they moved further again. be amazed. The black death that strikes the listener like the thunder from the other side of the zeriverse also induces shining awe and instant addiction. One must play it again, now! Too bad these lads did not have the opportunity to erase Trudeau from the physical plane during his recent trip to India. If you are into the Dark Descent / Iron Bonehead trademark metal massacre, do not miss Tetragrammacide, champions of the deathiverse in ultriplazering super condensation from the caverns of gigawatts!
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Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Damnable Excite Zombies

Damnable Excite Zombies - Discography 1990-1996 - 2011 01. Damnable Excite Zombies - Discography 1990-1996, 2011 CD Compilation Remastered
     Not Very Nice - NVNCD-01
Let's get back to real music, can't leave this page headlined by Intense Mutilation. I thought I had posted this D.E.Z. CD long ago, but it was only the Suck Your Soul EP. So here we go with the exquisite and complete collection of the known and unknown recordings of D.E.Z., including a 30 minutes bonus live show. If you are into typical Japanese hardcore thrash, these Zombies are damn exciting: they perfectly unleash the fury of all the codes of the 80s japcore established by the likes of Gauze, Lip Cream, Deathside, Systematic Death and all the legends of that scene. Fast, raw, pissed and crude thrash attacks for triplazering effect! The thrashiverse is bleeding!
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Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Intense Mutilation

Intense Mutilation - Safe Sex - 1989 01. Intense Mutilation - Safe Sex, 1989 Vinyl LP Album
     New Renaissance Records - NRR55
After the average, let's dive into the horrendous. This record is pure shit. The music is very bad noisy messy sloppy weak punk thrash. It is recorded like shit and they can't play. There are no riffs. The "lyrics" are supposed to be funny, but they are impotent. The "jokes" fall so flat it hurts a deaf person, and I am a very easy audience for bad jokes. It all sounds like Jackass tried to release a follow-up to S.O.D.'s Speak English Or Die and missed the mark with an error margin of 9,040 miles. Intense Mutilation is to Sore Throat what Crass is to Pink Floyd. What were NRR thinking? Why waste resources and time on this? It must have been a bet, or a money-laundering scheme (in that case, I loudly applaud). This is the right soundtrack for an antifa gathering, the awfulverse hath crapped again!
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Monday, March 5, 2018


Taake - Nattestid.... - 1999
Taake - ...Bjoergvin... - 2002
Taake - ...Doedskvad - 2005
Taake - Taake - 2008
Taake - Kveld - 2011
Taake - Noregs Vaapen - 2011
Taake - Gravkamre, Kroner Og Troner - 2013
Taake - Gravkamre, Kroner Og Troner - 2013
Taake - Stridens Hus - 2014
Taake - Baktanker - 2017
Taake - Kong Vinter - 2017
01. Taake - Nattestid...., 1999 CD Album
     Wounded Love Records - WLR015
02. Taake - ...Bjoergvin..., 2002 CD Album
     Wounded Love Records, Avantgarde Music - WLR024, WLR024
03. Taake - ...Doedskvad, 2005 CD Album
     Karisma Records, Dark Essence Records - KAR006, KAR006
04. Taake - Taake, 2008 CD Enhanced Album
     Dark Essence Records, Svartekunst Produksjoner - KAR043, HOEST001
05. Taake - Kveld, 2011 CD Maxi-Single Limited Edition
     Svartekunst Produksjoner - HOEST005
06. Taake - Noregs Vaapen, 2011 CD Album Enhanced
     Svartekunst Produksjoner, Karisma Records - HOEST007, KAR064
07. Taake - Gravkamre, Kroner Og Troner, 2013 CD Compilation x 2
     Dark Essence Records, Svartekunst Produksjoner - KAR069, HOEST008
08. Taake - Gravkamre, Kroner Og Troner, 2013 CD Compilation x 2
     Dark Essence Records, Svartekunst Produksjoner - KAR069, HOEST008
09. Taake - Stridens Hus, 2014 CD Album Limited Edition
     Dark Essence Records, Svartekunst Produksjoner - KAR086, HOEST010
     ExactAudioCopy v1.0b3
10. Taake - Baktanker, 2017 CD EP Limited Edition
     Svartekunst Produksjoner - HOEST011
11. Taake - Kong Vinter, 2017 CD Album
     Karisma & Dark Essence Records AS, Svartekunst Produksjoner - KAR134CDD, HOEST012
A Taake post was certainly not planned, but since the young fascist apes known as "antifa" managed to get the Taake tour canceled, it was inevitable.
That being said, I do not really care about Taake. They are (he is) not bad, as in "standard second or third wave black metal" rehashing the Darkthrone formula, including the pictures in hooded capes, with trees in the snow. Nothing remotely new nor pushing the limits of "extreme" goes on here. I do not need extreme or new all the time, but at least the blossoming of an addiction. Taake leaves me cold (too old, too cold), and I'll return to Cultes Des Ghoules. But for the sake of "antifa", today is Taake day.
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Thursday, March 1, 2018


Vöetsek - The Castrator Album - 2004
Vöetsek - Vöetsek - 2005
Vöetsek - A Match Made In Hell - 2006
Vöetsek - Infernal Command - 2008
Vöetsek, Mind Of Asian - Mind Of Asian / Voetsek - 2008
01. Vöetsek - The Castrator Album, 2004 CD Album
     Six Weeks - SW # 88
02. Vöetsek - Vöetsek, 2005 Vinyl 7"
     Deep Six Records - 65
03. Vöetsek - A Match Made In Hell, 2006 CD Compilation
     Six Weeks - SW-103
     EPs, splits & compilation tracks
04. Vöetsek - Infernal Command, 2008 CD Album
     Selfmadegod Records - SMG 045
05. Vöetsek, Mind Of Asian - Mind Of Asian / Voetsek, 2008 Vinyl 7" 45 RPM
     Deep Six Records - DS-114 , Compilation
     Contains 6 songs by: Vöetsek, Mind Of Asian
If you're in the mood for thrashcore (aka fastcore, but I hate this term), welcome to Vöetsek's angry output. Here comes a semi-endless supply of short bursts of noisy hardcore to make your ears happier than your neighbors. In my expert and absolutely not humble opinion, the best release of this lot is the Infernal Command album which displays the crossover turn the band took. Of course, this is delivered in short bursts of super pissed crossover of the kind that the almighty Golers like to generate. Awesome! And Infernal Command also comes with the best sound production compared to their earlier stuff. I have seen no new release from them since 2008, anybody knows what's up? A couple of other as pissed yet longer albums would be very welcome. Thrash til crossozer triplazer!
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Monday, February 26, 2018


Helstar - Burning Star - 1984
Helstar - Remnants Of War - 1986
Helstar - A Distant Thunder - 1988
Helstar - Nosferatu - 1989
Helstar - Multiples Of Black - 1995
Helstar - Sins Of The Past - 2007
Helstar - The King Of Hell - 2008
Helstar - Glory Of Chaos - 2010
Helstar - This Wicked Nest - 2014
Helstar - Vampiro - 2016
01. Helstar - Burning Star, 1984 Vinyl LP Album
     Combat - MX 8007
02. Helstar - Remnants Of War, 1986 CD Album Reissue
     Century Media - 66031-2
     Reissue from 1999
03. Helstar - A Distant Thunder, 1988 CD Album
     Metal Blade Records - 7 73403-2
04. Helstar - Nosferatu, 1989 CD Album Reissue
     Metal Blade Records - 3984-14208-2
     Reissue from 2012
05. Helstar - Multiples Of Black, 1995 CD Album
     Massacre Records - MASS CD 053
06. Helstar - Sins Of The Past, 2007 CD Album Enhanced
     AFM Records - AFM 196-2
07. Helstar - The King Of Hell, 2008 CD Album
     AFM Records - AFM 228-2 
08. Helstar - Glory Of Chaos, 2010 CD Album
     AFM Records - AFM 320-2
09. Helstar - This Wicked Nest, 2014 CD Album
     AFM Records - AFM 467-2
     Ripped By Ilijan
10. Helstar - Vampiro, 2016 CD Album
     EMP Label Group - ELG-13
Requested, zerred. I mail ordered the first album because of its raving reviews, and was pretty disappointed (no pre-screening through youtube in 1984): I had expected something more along the lines of Satan and Mercyful Fate, but Burning Star was less exciting, it was "only" another version of the Priest / Maiden formula. Ah, but after that, on Remnants of War they greatly enhanced the heaviness of their output and all was well, I was hooked on their heavy heavy metal. That is phase one. Upon their return in 2007, phase 2 started with a rerecording album of 80s songs (Pasts of the Sin), well well well, and then, bam, they went on full thrash metal with the last four albums. They did not loose that melodic vibe that always pleases fans of Metal Church, the songs are still as catchy and crunchy, but they added a strong Death Angel angle to their arsenal and it makes for a handful of very strong albums, especially the latest one Vampiro. If you are into the likes of Flotsam & Jetsam and Forbidden, phase 2 of the Helstar catalog is a mandatory stop. If you are into more regular heavy metal, phase 1 is a must - except maybe for the average, demo-sounding Multiples of Black. But really, the whole collection is greater than great. More headbanging for the young and the old! All these years, all this metal!
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