Never Come Back-D-Beat Troopers demo tape 2010

D-Beat from Indonesia: Never Come Back hail from Tangerang, Indonesia, i know only a few about them, they started a few years ago, in 2007 they selfreleased  War Forever War, in 2010 D-Beat Troopers saw the light of day on tape format, i don't know if they recorded any other shit during these years, they appeared in several compilations incl.Total Fucking Madness cd (Dead Capitalist Records), Punk is not a Crime:Indonesian Punx: A Tribute To Punx Around The World mixtape and Free Aceh Punx Vol 1 mixtape by contributing tracks from the 2010 tape. If you know anything about them just add some lines here.
D-Beat Troopers brings twelve tracks including one Anti Cimex cover and nearly 23 minutes of D-beat in the vein of Discharge, Anti Cimex, Besthoven (the singer's voice reminds Fof√£o) and the likes. They don't reinvent the wheel but they manage to put some passion in their music.Go get it, dis is for D-beat maniacs.



B.D.M.-Demo 2012

One man raw blackened crust, dark ambient band from Moscow, Russia and this is his first demo. I m not much into this genre so i can't say much about it: Here you got five tracks, named I, II, III etc bringing raw and noisy black metal with some emotional ambient-ish breaks popping up here and there, track IIII (should be numbered IV, right?) is a relaxing acoustic sonic journey, lyrical themes deal about misanthropy and depression, the name of band stands for Besvikelsens Dystra Monotoni, there is a Ambient black metal project from Russia, (clck here  but is probably another band. Link is provided by the band.



Skelptarsis-Drill n kill

 Here is a great band that was a love from first listening for me: Skelptarsis come from New York, US, they started as Death Mold and include people from Phobia and Mutilation Rites and as they say about their name it means "A Bastardization of a common Scottish colloquialism".
Drill n Kill brings seven tracks and a great blending of hardcore and metal that deliver the goods: Sharp guitars, nice leading parts, metal edged riffs, many beat changes from fast outbreaks to slower breaks and even post hardcore emotional passages, angry female vocals and a lyrical Armageddon bringing socio/political messages.Imagine the variety and epic feeling of Wretched of the Earth, add some post hardcore in Nausea's crust, then some anarchopunk from Contravene, the powerful female vocals of Svart Aggression and you got Skelptarsis. This is fuckin great. You can stream Drill n Kill in bandcamp and here you will find links for their Reverbnation ,facebook and other sites. This is released by Akracia Records, Detesta Records and Vex Records. The  eponymous track (watch this great video) appears in A Soundtrack for the Apocalypse Vol 2 (Social Conspiracy Rec.s)


Sepsis-st demo tape 2012

Sepsis (former "Den Yderste Dag") is a five piece crust act from Copenhagen, Denmark and this is their demo, recorded in spring of 2012 and released on tape format. We first met these guys in the Crutches demo post where they appear on the b side of  that tape. The first release of demo tape was in the limited number of 50 copies and more will be available soon, music wise it brings six songs and nearly eighteen minutes of heavy stenchcore crust with mid-paced/fast heavy pounding drum beats, metal influenced guitar riffs,  and the usual deep low and rough vocals and lyrics about "politics, bringing up matters as war, state surveilance, fighting against oppression and surviving in what sometimes seems like a dying world". This is good and heavy as hell, sometimes emotional and metallic and sometime some D-beat pops up, i  'd say that they sound like Deviated Instinct or Cancer Spreading (from the era of splits w  Diskontroll and Cruel Storm) or a crust version of Bolt Thrower.
Check their blog for more details, lyrics, photos etc, the demo is available for free in bandcamp  and Soundcloud for your listening pleasure. (A., a lot of thanx)

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Corpsefuckers-Join us or die demo 2012

No don't get fooled by the name, this is not goregrind, porngrind, deathgrind, whatever  grind: Corpsefuckers come from UK and Join Us Or Die is a noisy blending of  80's UK  hardcore (Rudimentary Peni, Discharge etc) and some hints of crust (Amebix, Antisect etc). Five songs recorded sometime in 2012 and last about five minutes. The sound is raw and filthy and the whole things smells old spirit and reminds recordings coming from the '80's. enjoy it. Link is provided by the band (thanks Pete)


Drunken Mumbling Nonsense-Demo

Drunken Mumbling Nonsense come from California, US and this is their thirty seconds piece of noise, as they say in their facebook shit "Drunken Mumbling Nonsense started sometime in the middle of 2008 as a way to fight boredom. We have gone through multiple line-up changes and refuse to die!We get drunk and play shows. Book us."
No more ranting, short blurb for as short demo. Get it and have a beer



A Fight with Sledgehammers-Dogmatic Deception 7"

I had a mail from Chux, member of the band and he forgot to add any link  but at least the name of band was there so i found out what is this about and it was really worth to check it: A Fight with Sledgehammers (AFS) come from Altoona, Pennsylvania, they formed in 2009 and were named after an Italian horror movie from 1902.  Dogmatic Deception is their seven inch ep released by Suburban White Trash Records and Leaf Lust Records, their discography includes also the eight track Another Cog to Turn the Wheel CDr demo, a detailed biography of band can be found in their site or in  Mohawk Radio.
Dogmatic Deception comes in the standard black and white vinyl, 676 copies were made and 227 came in white color. Music wise delivers six tracks of crusty anarchopunk with thick and heavy dual guitar attack that bring some leading guitar melody lines from time to time, dual rough shouted vocals and heavy pounding rhythm section.The sound quality is excellent, the last song seems to come from different recording session since it sounds  little different (or it is just the quality of mp3?), Lyric wise, hmm my ears can't catch the lyrics but a quick search in the web reviews proves that there are strong political messages in there and this is always welcomed. Not any bad shit to complain about.
This is available in bandcamp to stream and download it. Give it a listening and if you like it support the band and purchase a copy ( this is still available) or tell them what you think in their fb.