EMILS Bonus EP Tracklist

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)

EMILS – Fight Together For LP+7″

Here are a few more pictures from the upcoming EMILS – Fight Together For LP+7″. The cover, booklets and the vinyl arrived our HQ. Now we need the time put everything together.

Available now EMILS – Demo ’87 EP (White Edition)

EMILS – Demo ’87 EP (White Edition)
The mid-80s there were these rumors about a new band from Hamburg. Were behind the EMILS perhaps SLIME? If you read the band name from back to front, then these rumors get natural food. And the spelling of the band lettering was very inspired by SLIME. But in the end that was nonsense, of course. There were no overlaps. The mid-80s began the first german bands to orient themselves on Ami-Hardcore. SPERMBIRDS, Skeezicks, Jingo De Lunch, H.O.A, UNWANTED YOUTH, SOS. The EMILS crossed on their demo hardcore punk and also metal. D.R.I. had just invented the crossover. The EMILS quickly became popular. Also because they had German lyrics, which were also very critical and directly and did not mince his words. They were directed for example against the Church, Neo-Nazis, nuclear power (Chernobyl was just explodes), compliance and also against the stupidity in the own scene. Early 1987 they recorded the legendary 5 track demo at the “Dissenter Studios”. The limited repress comes in a different inside cover artwork, and also you will get additional lyric sheet.

MANIACS/ TIN CAN ARMY Split LP next on POWER IT UP!!!

Another german punk hardcore classic,

MANIACS/ TIN CAN ARMY – Split LP

will be official re-released on POWER IT UP in 2017.

The repress include a nice booklet with original material plus a lot of new pictures and liner notes from both bands.

REVIEWS from the new ARTCORE Magazine

VICIOUS CIRCLE – The Price Of Progress/ Reflections 2x LP

INFERNO – Anti Hagenbach Tape- The Beginning LP

EMILS – Demo’ 87 EP

 

PRESALE starting now VICIOUS CIRCLE – Rhyme With Reason/ Into The Void 2xLP

The Presale starting now for the 

VICIOUS CIRCLE – Rhyme With Reason/ Into The Void 2xLP,

use the following link for your order

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INFERNO – Anti Hagenbach Tape – the Beginning LP second pressing

The second pressing from the INFERNO – Anti Hagenbach Tape – the Beginning LP

is now available again in black vinyl

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Limited version PODRIDO/ ENDLESS DEMISE – Split EP

Here is the PODRIDO picture.

The limited version is limited to only 100 copies in clear red vinyl 

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Testpressing VICIOUS CIRCLE – Rhyme With reason/ into The Void 2 x LP

the next testpressing for the Australian Punk and Hardcore series arrived,

VICIOUS CIRCLE – Rhyme With reason/ into The Void 2 x LP

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OUT SOON – 16 BLASARE UTAN HJÄRNA LP

16 BLASARE UTAN HJÄRNA – Title Vi Ska Ga Till Botten Med Det Här LP

16 B.U.H. was formed in 1986 in a small Swedish town called Tranås, with members from RÖVSVETT, REARESPIRATOR among others. Löken played guitar, Mange handled the vocals, Frank the drums and Jimpa, the man who coined the phrase “käng”, played bass. Like so many other bands we recorded a couple of demos, were on some compilations and split-ep’s and released our own 7″-ep Cirkeln är bruten 1988. We played a handful of gigs in Sweden, Norway and Denmark and also did some small touring going by interrail ’88 and ’92 when we played Holland, Belgium and Switzerland. Money got lost, guitar was stolen, sleep was missing, drinking wasn’t. All in all, chaotic but fun. It’s punkrock, right!? On the second tour to Switzerland we were joined by Fredde, the younger brother of Mange, on guitar. Anyway the band ceased to be in the mid 90’s but did play one reunion show in our hometown Tranås 2004. The stuff you’re about to listen to was recorded in ’89 (same era like Mob 47, G-Anx, Filthy Christians, Kazjurol) and was supposed to be our first lp. Raging mad Swedish hardcore punk from the archives, blistering fast with lethal melody and shouted angered vocals. For various reasons it was never released. But here we are, well into the 21st century, and the songs will finally be released. It’s the last thing you’ll hear from us but it’s actually the first lp…so enjoy!

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