神经刺痛! 14-way Gunk, No-Skool-Noyzcore, Stridor split tape; Bollock Swine/Law Facilitates Crime split cassette:

14-way freak accident/unnatural disaster.

Lone Zulu hikizuru – 神经刺痛 ! man! this took lots of effort.. like prizing diamonds from a frozen rock-face with pudding cutlery. But we are here, & emboldened by the latest blossoming of ditched-civilian protocol.. what the fuck yu got ace? Continue reading 神经刺痛! 14-way Gunk, No-Skool-Noyzcore, Stridor split tape; Bollock Swine/Law Facilitates Crime split cassette:

Law Facilitates Crime-Thought Encryption ep, Gratecore, London Grindcore, Law Facilitates Crime/Bollock Swine split cassette:

Law Facilitates Crime

At last, four years or so after it’s inception, Law Facilitates Crime’s “Thought Encryption” ep is avalanched (as a supra-spiff split cassette with bijin-blur Bollock Swine). In a cringe of fluke coparcenary, so too is the only (basically) video footage of the band throwing off a few rehearsal reels (edited at last after hunting for like, three years over). Continue reading Law Facilitates Crime-Thought Encryption ep, Gratecore, London Grindcore, Law Facilitates Crime/Bollock Swine split cassette:

Animal Machine-Napalmed (collaboration)-vegetable music for carnivorous people-split cassette

Ouch! Very’ very fine, ripping, fast-free-flow aggressive harsh noise from dual heavy-weights Animal Machine & Napalmed. This is straight-forward, furious & preemptive Stridor. Fast, energetic harsh, quality. It’s not as spasmodically labile as say, Sewage or Hinyouki, but it is rapid & continually surging, with a strong propellant & sense of plummeting. Continue reading Animal Machine-Napalmed (collaboration)-vegetable music for carnivorous people-split cassette

I Can’t Breathe-the killing that started a movement (Matt Taibbi):

“When someone takes a beating or gets killed by police, city bureaucracies go into siege mode, reflexively stalling and delaying at every turn. The patience of complainants and their families is stretched to the limit. Embarrassing information, if it ever comes out, comes out years later, long after the streets have calmed down.” Continue reading I Can’t Breathe-the killing that started a movement (Matt Taibbi):