This is the other album by this sexy bunch.
Label: Osmose Productions
Size: 44 MB
Thursday, December 27, 2007
The Rocking Dildos on Röckin' Nöiz!
The Rocking Dildos was Punk/Black Metal (or Angry Metal as they called it) project that got formed during the break of Impaled Nazarene around 1997 by Mika Luttinen and Hervé (the owner of Osmose Productions). So, the band is officially from France but it also has Finnish people in the band.
I don't know much else about them or which one of their albums is first because both of them are from 1997. This is politically uncorrect as it gets, so if you are sensitive about it don't listen to this.
Label: Osmose Productions
Size: 51 MB
Wednesday, December 26, 2007
Sacrilege were a female-fronted thrash metal band from Birmingham that mixed punk attitude with heavy music and as such influenced the birth of crust punk alongside Amebix, Antisect, Hellbastard and similar acts. They later went in more Doom metal waters.
This mini LP is their first effort and a very often listen in Röckin' Nöiz HQ.
Here is their MySpace page, Wikipedia article and Rockdetector biography for more info.
Label: C.O.R. Records (in the US on Pusmort Records)
Size: 41 MB
Friday, December 21, 2007
Another one from Slovenia.
U.B.R. (short for Uporniki Brez Razloga (Rebels Without a Cause)) are probably my all-time favourite punk band from ex-Yu. This is their (almost total) discography.
Includes "Corpus Delicti" 7" and complete demo for the "Corpus Delicti" 7" (with many unreleased tracks), first demo '83 taken from "Kaj Je Alternativa" comp. tape, demo for Novi Rock '85, unmixed tracks for "Hard-Core Ljubljana" LP and live tracks from hardcore festival in Ljubljana '84. In short, it includes all possible to be found tracks except the stuff used for Tutti Pazzi # 3 compilation CD. Total of 49 tracks.
The quality of recordings goes from good to bad, but this is a document of a great times for hardcore punk in ex-Yu.
Here's also an review of the CD and U.B.R. KFTH page with Maximum Rock'n'roll interview from '84.
Label: Falšanja Kol'ko'š Records
Size: 105 MB
Friday, December 14, 2007
Not so nöizy, but since these guys are celebrating their 30th anniversary with a reunion tour here's a bit of history.
Pankrti were pioneering punk band in ex-Yugoslavia that started things rolling and influenced many to start their own bands. They were formed in 1977 in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Their first single "Lepi In Prazni/Lublana Je Bulana" (1978) was the first punk single in ex-Yu (pressed in only 2000 copies). It received great reviews in New Musical Express and Melody Maker. About 200 copies made it to USA and one of it's proud owners is Jello Biafra who considered "Dolgcajt" one of the greatest punk albums in the world. Here is the Wikipedia article about them and here is their first album Dolgcajt.
Label: ZKP RTLJ
Size: 43 MB