Thursday, January 31, 2013

My ISP Sucks!

For the past few months I have been trying in vain to upload more music. It seems I can't upload anything over 1 MB if you can believe that. I will keep trying periodically but until my ISP gets their sh!t together or I can find another one that actually works, new posts might be few and far between.

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Death Of Gods - A world Of One Divided By All 7" EP

I've been having a lot of trouble uploading for a while, the Internet in Uganda is crap these days. After 20 tries I finally got an 11mb file uploaded! Welcome to Africa!
Another Onterrible band, Mississauga to be exact. Also known as D.O.G., they played melodic thrash. They released a demo tape and this 7" EP.  There is suppost to be 10 songs but tracks 4 and 5 are as one, although you can't really tell. The sound is not so good on this one, I tried to clean it up but it ended up sounding worse so I just left it as is. I imagine the original recording was also bad.

Hatebreeders Records, 1988

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Negative Gain - Back From The Dead

After another lenghty break here's Negative Gain from Toronto. Fast and thrashy crossover type hardcore similar to MDC, DRI and the like. A fitting post for Halloween.

Pusmort, 1986

Saturday, May 19, 2012

Ruggedy Annes - Jagged Thoughts

Ok, I haven't posted anything for a while so here's one that was hard to find. Winnepeg's Ruggedy Annes, an all girl band that I saw play once. Yes, it was posted somewhere else first and yes, I do have an original copy.

Tabb Records, 1985

Friday, January 27, 2012

GUS - Hetero Bash Was Flipper 7" EP

Here's another one from Gus, this time a cool 4 song 7" EP.


Slow To Burn Records, 1994

Monday, November 28, 2011

White Noise - Dead & Alive Demo

This is pre-Beyond Possession and you can tell as soon as you here it. Apparently they had to change their name for legal reasons. The sound quality of this is quite good and a few of the tracks show up on later releases.

Monday, September 12, 2011

Infamous Scientists - Noise 'n' Rythm 7" EP

The first EP from Andy Kerr's Infamous Scientists. This one's a little more poppy sounding than the Trouble EP but still worth a listen. Again, there where only 500 issued.

Alandhiscar, 1981