Tag Archive: Rites Of Spring

Parade Brigade #3 The Reviews

Issue three would be the end of Parade Brigade Fanzine and, as promised in issue two, we mostly only reviewed records that were sent to us. Boy were some of these records awful! John and I handle most of the reviews with only the Carry On and Esteem records getting both of us. Issue four would have had a Carry On interview that I think John actually did…? Our friend Ryan, who did a lot of grunt work with me getting this issue thrown together as quickly as it was, jumped in to do a few reviews as well. 200…
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Winter 2012 Reviews

Nomos Demo Great 82 style hardcore from this New York band. There are a lot of modern influences on this band’s demo including Cold Sweat, The Snobs, and other, hey, early 00 bands. I would like to hear more. Our Side Demo Really raw, late eighties, influenced hardcore in the vein of Release, Youth Of Today, and Four Walls Falling. With a better recording, I sense this band could be pretty good. I want to hear more. Pigsticker Demo I really like this demo. Pigsticker reminds me a cross between Circle Jerks and Necros with sloppy, raw, production values that sounds pretty authentic to the early eighties…
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Signifying Nothing Episode Twenty Five

Signifying Nothing Episode Twenty Five Playlist Rites of Spring-Spring Sleater Kinney-Things You Say 7 Seconds-Drug Control Absolution-Fall of a Nation Black Flag-Bastard In Love Citizens Arrest-Woodstock Breathing Fire-Hit Machines Dry Rot-Oldest Pornography True Blue-Delta DropDead-Legacy of Death Splitting Headache-Ratings Flood Give-Amphetamine Dream Trauma-Era of Excess Our Gang-In Anger Show Notes Double Cross on 7 Seconds Blogged & Quartered’s Absolution discography Tony Rettman’s interview with Dry Rot.

Nausea-Punk Terrorist Anthology Volume One

Nausea Punk Terrorist Anthology Volume One CD Alternative Tentacles Records Nausea have always been a band I have had mixed feelings about. I first heard them on The Way It Is and was blown away by their track Fallout Of Our Being. At the time, I was going to a friend’s house almost every weekend to dub his older brother’s vinyl. One Friday afternoon at school I gave him a tape to dub me the Rites of Spring EP, The Year In Seven Inches, and Nausea’s Extinction LP. When I got home I quickly listened through the first side; I’d…
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