Tag Archive: Nightmare

Signifying Nothing Top 100 Of The 2000s

9 Shocks Terror, Zen & The Art Of Beating Your Ass LP, USA, 2002 86 Mentality, Self Titled 7″, USA, 2004 2000 Maniacs, State College Hardcore 7″, USA, 2005 ABC Weapons, The Process Of Decay LP, Australia, 2005 Abusive Action, Unbreakable Demo, Netherlands, 2004 Amdi Petersens Arme, Self Titled 7″, Denmark, 2000 Annihilation Time, Self Titled LP, USA, 2003 Avskum, Punkista LP, USA, 2002 Bloodkrow Butcher, Demo, USA, 2009 Born In Hell, Demo Tape, USA, 2004 Breathing Fire, Demo, USA, 2004 Burn, The Last Great Sea 7″, USA, 2002 Call The Police, 1984 In 2004 LP, USA, 2004 Calvary, Outnumbered…
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Axis of Wolves

Various Artists Axis of Wolves CD Profane Existence Records A split between these three bands each offering two songs. Newer bands Burial and Crude have never really moved me too much, but their tracks are enjoyable. The legendary Nightmare are the highlight here, giving two more of their incredible discography of essential hardcore. Worth it just for those tracks alone.

Signifying Nothing Episodes Fourteen & Fifteen

Playlist Voorhees-Heroin Is Fun Discharge-I Won’t Subscribe Discharge-Protest & Survive Discharge-A Look At Tomorrow Voorhees-Hinkley Had A Vision Dead Nation-No Voice No Choice Mental Decay-Leave Me Alone Kiss It Goodbye-We’ll Burn That Bridge When We Get There Turning Point-Insecurity Born Against-Mary & Child Rorschach-Checkmate Burn-Decay Citizens Arrest-Pain Deep Wound-Sisters Career Suicide-Stones You Throw Discharge-The Beginning Of The End No Hope For The Kids-Angels Of Destruction Kanamits-Failure Loud & Clear-A Bitter World Nightmare-Refugee Of Logical Society Disclose-Controlled By Fear Lip Cream-Village Of The Damned Doom-Nazi Die Infest-Behind This Toungue The Faith-Face To Face Bikini Kill-Daddy’s Lil Girl End Of The Line-Burning…
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Public Safety

V/A Public Safety Compilation Maximum Rock N Roll Records For a substantial period of time this record has been hyped to death. At one point there seemed to be some mystery about who exactly was even going to be on the compilation. The long wait wasn’t really worth it for me. This isn’t a bad compilation necessarily; there are some great bands like Direct Control, Nightmare, and Signal Lost. Most of the bands don’t really seem to bring their A-Game however. Beyond that, even the bands I don’t enjoy are so unpleasant that I find myself jumping around. The best…
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