POWER IT UP news, now ready for Presale
here are the last infos for the Bonus EP
the EP contains 4 coverversionen different liveshow from EMILS
Track 1 Nein Nein Nein ( Einheiz Festival Berlin 02.10 1993)
Track 2 We got A Bigger Problem Now ( AJZ Bielefeld 25.011.1993)
Track 3 The Jinx ( AJZ Bielefeld 25.11.1993)
Track 4 Takin’ Care Of Business ( Blockshock Berlin 03.09.1989)
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EXCRUCIATING TERROR – Legacy Of Terror Sessions LP
DIE HARD EDITION limited to 100 copies in compact white vinyl.
This masterpiece of early L.A. Grindcore contains the first official recordings from EXCRUCIATING TERROR, the A side include the first demo “Visions of Terror”. Eight tracks infernal brutal old school grindcore, recorded in February ’91 in the following lineup Javier Arqueros – Bass (later in NAUSEA L.A.) Martin Alvarado – Drums (later in DESPISE YOU, STAPLED SHUT), Raul Caballero – Guitar, Jerry Flores – Guitar (later in DESPISE YOU, BLOODY PHOENIX) and vocals from Victor Garcia. The recordings from flipside are from September 1991, the band recorded 4 new tunes for the “Legacy Of Hate” EP with the same line up. Ultra-brutal grindcore with the awesome vokills from Victor Garcia. The vinyl version contains also 2 bonus songs recorded live from the early 90’s.
Really classic L.A. Grindcore out of ’91,
First time re-released on vinyl, housed in a matt inside/outside cover, with a full colored sheet with massive pictures and information’s
Shipping date August 18th
Soon we will get the shipment with our copies from the
new Negative Insight #3.
please send us PM and reserve your copy, at the moment we can’t tell you the excact Price, but right after we got the fullInformation i will contact you.
Negative Insight #3 w/ Skitslickers “GBG 1982″ 7” EP
Third installment of Negative Insight for the dedicated follower of fashion. Entitled GBG Hardcore, this 56 page issue features interviews with the Shitlickers, Anti-Cimex, Disarm, and Absurd, a photo feature of long time GBG photographer Sebastian Todor, a comprehensive diary of the Anti-Cimex/Agoni 1986 Chainsaw Tour, and additional content pertaining to the 1981-1986 Gothenburg, Sweden hardcore scene. It includes previously unpublished photos as well as a large fold out Shitlickers poster. The entire issue is laid out in the 1980s aesthetic, using the same body font as early issues of MRR and Metal Forces and is professionally printed as a full sized magazine.
The issue comes packaged with a fully authorized official repress of the Shitlickers “GBG 1982″ 7”, pressed using the exact same plates as the original 1982 pressing. We have taken great care to maintain the integrity of the original release and ensure that this repress sounds every bit as loud, powerful, and violent as the initial run.
Negative Insight #2 w/ Chaos UK “Studio Outtakes 1981-1983″ 7” EP
Here is the second issue of Negative Insight, entitled the “Bristol Breakout” issue. With a focus on the deafening noise of the Bristol punk scene in the 1980s, it contains comprehensive interviews with Chaos UK, Disorder, and Riot City Records founder Simon Edwards. The issue features many previously unpublished photos from the personal archives of band members and others involved in the scene, a large four panel fold out poster, articles, and more. It comes accompanied by a Chaos UK 7″ containing two rare studio tracks recorded in 1981 and 1983 and packaged in a Riot City inspired sleeve. This issue is printed as a professional magazine on coated paper instead of the previous zine style, but with all layouts done in the traditional cut ‘n paste format with typewriter text. This should appeal to fans of British hardcore, 1980s layouts, and those who enjoy reading about drug abuse and living the chaos.
Negative Insight #1 w/ Varukers “Blood Money” 7″ EP
Debut issue exploring the incestuous and overlapping histories of The Varukers and Sacrilege, it features interviews with both plus Disaster as well as previously unpublished photos, a Concrete Sox photo feature, highlights of some under appreciated UKHC records, politics, and Cold War propaganda. The issue comes professionally printed and is full sized, black and white and cut ‘n paste with typewriter text.
The 7″ included compiles three overlooked Varukers songs recorded in 1984 by what would become three-fourths of the Sacrilege line up on the “Behind The Realms Of Madness” LP. Originally appearing on the hard to find “We Don’t Need Nuclear Force” LP+7″ compilation on Mülleimer Records, these studio tracks have a raw and primitive metallic sound to them that continued to push what had been laid down previously on the “Led To The Slaughter” 7″ and “Another Religion Another War” 12″ while showing hints of the early Sacrilege sound and what was to come.