Eight tracks of grinding powerviolence: three from Endorphins Lost and five from Flvx Capacitor. trax of complete grinding powerviolence madness. The label drops these names by way of comparison/reference: Crossed Out, Nasum, Man Is The Bastard, Spazz, No Comment, Iron Lung and Capitalist Casualties.
The 'Low Life' LP from Dublin punx Rats Blood is out now: 13 tracks of d-beat/crust for fans of Infernöh, Warvictims and Totalitär.
The last gasp for Unearthly Trance? This collection compiles all their vinyl-only releases (EPs and splits with the likes of the Endless Blockade, Minsk, Ramesses and Wooden Wand...) across two CDs and a whopping 120 minutes.
There are two new cassettes out via Oscuridad En Mi Vida, the tape sub-label operated by Symphony Of Destruction. First is a 10-track effort from Brazilian D-beaters Chaka. The second slows the pace somewhat, being a slab of doom from Norwegian act Kvae.
Farewell Records are doing a Good Thing and reissuing 'Disaster By Design' by (Union Of) Uranus. It'll be an LP (less flipping for those of us who have it across two 7"s...) and comes with new artwork.
Another Subculture 2 is out now. 100 C90 cassettes released in aid of DIY Space For London. Side A features interviews from UV Race and Constant Flux, music from Snob, Big Joanie, Witching Waves, MOnotony and the Lowest Form. Side B has "a dictaphone's worth" of evidence from this year's Static SHock Weekend, featuring Dawn Of Humans, SHIT, No Form, Rakta and a bunch more. They'll be in distros, or you can get one (or a download) via the Bandcamp link below. Tapes are £4 + £1 (£3 EU, £4 everywhere else) P&P. Download is £2 and up, with all money going to DIY Space For London after Bandcamp and PayPal fees.
The debut 7" from Japanese motor-punkers Battlescard is out now, courtesy of Tadpole Records. Six tracks, 300 copies, availabe wholesale via La Vida Es Un Mus. Cool.