Re: Warhammer & 40K and generally being a punk and hardcore kid

AFAIK They used the Rouge Trader (early 40k) artwork. The cover for Realm of Chaos is so great.

Re: Warhammer & 40K and generally being a punk and hardcore kid

ConsumeTea wrote:
futura serie bq wrote:

anyone into this mess in London? Have recently got back into WFB and 40k much to my gf's chagrin and don't really have anyone to play due to my desire to spend as little time as possible in the company of your average trad nerd.

A bunch of the Corehammer people play down at Dark Sphere which is near Waterloo station. Mostly fantasy on Mondays.
We got a Facebook now (I think you have to be approved first), go on there and mention you are looking for a game and someone will hook you up. https://www.facebook.com/groups/Corehammer/ If you get any problems, email me and I'll sort it out.

ah cheers, I have been taking advantage of the generous discount at darksphere, also found a club in a angel which seems on initial impressions to be less virgin-heavy than darksphere, any experience?

Re: Warhammer & 40K and generally being a punk and hardcore kid

Kunal wrote:

haven't perused the whole blog yet but you should write something about Bolt Thrower, they loved a bit of Games Workshop art.
Who did all that stuff? And did they do other metal band covers?

We've mentioned a few times doing something about them, apparently one of the guys uncles knows the drummer... or something like that. So we are looking at a way of contacting them.

Re: Warhammer & 40K and generally being a punk and hardcore kid

They had a flexi disk in an issue... Wonder if its ebay gold these days...

Re: Warhammer & 40K and generally being a punk and hardcore kid

a version of this needs to be done for magic cards

last of the tonic wine

Re: Warhammer & 40K and generally being a punk and hardcore kid

ConsumeTea wrote:
Kunal wrote:

haven't perused the whole blog yet but you should write something about Bolt Thrower, they loved a bit of Games Workshop art.
Who did all that stuff? And did they do other metal band covers?

We've mentioned a few times doing something about them, apparently one of the guys uncles knows the drummer... or something like that. So we are looking at a way of contacting them.

Didn't Games Workshop have their own record label at one point?

Re: Warhammer & 40K and generally being a punk and hardcore kid

Tommo! wrote:

a version of this needs to be done for magic cards

Magic doesn't have the same DIY edge though

Re: Warhammer & 40K and generally being a punk and hardcore kid

quillerted wrote:

Didn't Games Workshop have their own record label at one point?

No idea, Hair>Quality I bet.

Re: Warhammer & 40K and generally being a punk and hardcore kid

D-Rok and Wraith... How soon we forget...

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/cd/DRok_Oblivion.jpg

Re: Warhammer & 40K and generally being a punk and hardcore kid

Al Pacino Space Marine there on the D-Rok cover.

Re: Warhammer & 40K and generally being a punk and hardcore kid

Yo, we've been posting loads of articles so check them out if you are bored in work. We have also put some new shirts and some custom engraved corehammer dice up in our store if you want to show that you are part of the terrible venn crossover between hardcore and wargaming.

http://www.corehammer.com
http://corehammer.bigcartel.com