Danger!Man are a pretty ripping melodic hardcore band from Norway featuring members of such legendary bands as Life... But How To Live It?, So Much Hate and Bannylyst. They're coming over to England to celebrate a half-century of zinester, gig-putter-onner and all-round awesome bloke
Rich Levene and doing another couple of gigs as well. Check 'em out if you can!
10/12 - Norwich Owl Sanctuary, with Vanilla Pod, Faintest Idea and Other Half
11/12 - High Wycombe Phoenix, with Wonk Unit, Vanilla Pod, Faintest Idea and the Meanies
12/11 - Southampton Joiners - with Vanilla Pod, Grover, Milky Wimpshake, Watch You Drown, Mwstard, Personal Best, Trials Of Early Man, The Shorts and Bloodbuzz.
The demo from Brighton punx Time Waster is now out on vinyl, courtey of Tadpole Records. Four tracks of brisk, nasty hardcore that knows exactly what it's doing. It'll be £4.00 in person or £5.60 postpaid in the UK - email spudutat(AT)hotmail(DOT)com for more details or for overseas orders.
Bismuth's 'Unavailing' double LP is out now, courtesy of Viral Age, Dry Cough, Box Records and De Graanrepubliek, the latter label unassumingly suggesting: "if you happen to be into dooms, drones, slows and screams you might want to check this out."
Stateside label Radio Raheem continues to grub around in the muck for UK punk obscurities to reissue, this time compiling the complete works of Swansea punx The Venom on the 'Arringtons, Crombies, Anarchy Bondage' LP + 7". Not content with sticking to the UK they've also gone down under to reissue No Tag's 'Oi Oi Oi' 12", which was originally released by Propellor Records back in '83.
The Rodeo Idiot Engine play raw, chaotic, abrasive metal/hardcore. They've got a new album coming out via Throatruiner Records. It's called 'Malaise'. Check out a couple of tracks via the link below.
Three new ragers are available now via LVEUM: a noise-blasted mini album from Pig DNA entitled 'Mob Shity', a 7" entitled 'Món Oblidat' from Sang and a new 7" from Orden Mundial called 'El Nuevo Sonido Balear'. Next up from the label will be releases from Woolf, Good Throb and Prime Time.
Selfmadegod have released a split 7" featuring screamy grinders Cloud Rat and long-serving pummelers Drugs Of Faith. You get three newies from Cloud Rat and two from Drugs Of Faith.