Displaying items by tag: punk rock
Wednesday, 06 June 2018 09:10

Dr Feelgood - She Does It Right

Dr. Feelgood are a British pub rock band formed in 1971. Hailing from Canvey Island, Essex, the group are best known for early singles such as "She Does It Right", "Roxette", "Back in the Night" and "Milk and Alcohol" . The group's original distinctively British R&B sound was centred on Wilko Johnson's choppy guitar style. Along with Johnson, the original band line-up included singer Lee Brilleaux and the rhythm section of John B. Sparks, known as "Sparko", on bass guitar and John Martin, known as "The Big Figure", on drums.
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Tuesday, 05 June 2018 10:59

The Scientists - Last Night

The Scientists are an influential post-punk band from Perth, Australia, led by Kim Salmon, initially known as the Exterminators and then the Invaders. The band had two primary incarnations: the Perth-based punk band of the late 1970s and the Sydney/London-based swamp rock band of the 1980s. The Scientists were much more influential than their minimal commercial success would indicate, lending their influence to artists such as Mudhoney and New York City's downtown indie scene of the early 1990s.
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Monday, 04 June 2018 09:41

Bad Sports - Inside And Out

Coming out of Texas like a high-intensity twister, Bad Sports play the kind of good, clean punk & roll that the Ramones invented in the mid-'70s and bands have been using as a template ever since. Kings of the Weekend has the usual loud and tight guitars, simple chord progressions, snotty but sweet vocals, and songs about girls, beer, and other teenage issues, but unlike a lesser band that might sound clichéd and reactionary by sticking so close to the established norm, Bad Sports play with enough energy to blast right past any reservations one might have.
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The Hex Dispensers are a Punk Rock band from Austin Texas. If you like the “idea of vending machines that dispense hexes” or are a fan of “Catchy songs about horrible things”, we know you’ll love the Hex Dispensers! What are you waiting for? Find out all about them below.
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Wednesday, 09 May 2018 09:25

Cold Meat - Nice girls

Cold Meat are a punk band from Perth. This is a track called “Nice Girl” from their new single “Pork Sword Fever”, and it has a sound that sits somewhere between Bratmobile and Good Throb. It’s coming out on Helta Skelta in Australia and Static Shock in the UK. Static Shock put out that great TV Crime single last year. Add them to the list of great punk coming out of Australia lately. A lot of the best punk in the states right now seems to be coming out of hardcore, I think in Australia there’s some first wave synth punk sounds like Spotting, and this also is very 70’s sounding to me along with Red Red Krovvy. This new Cold Meat single is slated for a December release, I’ll try and bring some over in Girlsville distro.
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Thursday, 15 March 2018 10:08

Bad Religion - No Control

No Control is the fourth album by American punk rock band Bad Religion, released on November 2, 1989 through Epitaph Records. Bad Religion began work on the album while touring in support of its previous album, Suffer (1988). No Control is stylistically faster than its predecessor, owing more to hardcore punk. Additionally, it was the first Bad Religion album not to feature a lineup change from after one consecutive studio album.
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Δίψα για καταστροφή
Η γραμμή έχει χαραχτεί
Στην κόλαση μου θέλω
Θέλω αίμα να χυθεί
Τωρα ειναι η ωρα.
Κανείς δε θα γλιτώσει.
Τωρα ειναι η ωρα.
Κανείς δε θα γλιτώσει.
Χαμένος ο έλεγχος, η παράνοια οδηγεί
Βλέμμα πυρωμένο, για εκδίκηση ψάχνει
Τρέμουν τα χέρια, κοχλάζει η οργή
Δίψα για καταστροφή
Η γραμμή έχει χαραχτεί
Τωρα ειναι η ωρα.
Κανείς δε θα γλιτώσει.
Δίψα..
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Monday, 12 March 2018 10:12

GIUDA - Roll The Balls

he story of Giuda begins in 2007 and is inextricably connected with that of Rome’s seminal punk rock band Taxi. When Taxi’s career was cut short by the tragic passing of their drummer, singer Ntenda, lead guitarist Lorenzo and bassist (then drummer) Danilo regrouped as Giuda. The lineup is completed by guitarist Michele, adding a second layer of boogie sparks to the mix, and new drummer Alex, who recently replaced Daniele. Fuelled by the sounds of bands like Slade, Glitter Band, Hector, Third World War and Slaughter & The Dogs, Giuda offer fresh, powerful rock and roll with attitude in spades. Their debut album “Racey Roller”, famously described by Robin Wills (The Barracudas) as, “Cock Sparrer twinned with the Equals”, was graced with iconic cover art courtesy of French designer and glam fanatic
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Friday, 16 February 2018 15:18

DC3 - We feel the sky

DC3 (also known as D.C. 3) was an American rock and roll band formed by singer, songwriter and guitarist Dez Cadena in 1983 and active until 1988. Cadena had been a member of California-based punk rock group Black Flag from about 1980 to 1983, first as singer, then as rhythm guitarist. 1982 was the beginning of a record distribution problem that severely curtailed Black Flag's activities. During this hiatus, Cadena formed DC3 with keyboardist Paul Roessler (formerly of LA's infamous Screamers), and drummer Jeff Dahl. Paul's younger sister, Kira, also practiced with the band early on before joining Black Flag. Their debut album, This Is The Dream, was released in 1985 on SST Records and featured a major Black Sabbath influence with very little of the hardcore or punk stylings of Black Flag. The album is particularly notable for the songs "I Believe It" and "Ain't No Time Here Now", which were originally written and played live by Black Flag and are also present on that band's The Complete 1982 Demos Plus More as "Yes I Know" (identical lyrics to the DC3 version) and "What Can You Believe" (different lyrics than the DC3 version, but nearly identical music).
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Monday, 15 January 2018 10:41

Satan's Satyrs - Germanium Bomb

Staggering out of Herndon, Virginia, like a six-legged razorback high on blood and gas fumes, Satan’s Satyrs ply the kind of doom-fuzz domination and full-tilt horror boogie that exists about a million miles outside the realm of giving a fuck. Teenage mastermind Clayton Burgess recorded and played every instrument on the band’s 2012 debut, Wild Beyond Belief!, while he was still in high school. Inspired by Blue Cheer, Electric Wizard and a slew of sleazy 60s/70s cult biker flicks like The Glory Stompers, Werewolves On Wheels and Satan’s Sadists, Burgess eventually found kindred spirits in guitarist Jarrett Nettnin and drummer Stephen Fairchild, who joined the SS fold in time to appear on last year’s Hammond-drenched brain-boiler Die Screaming.
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