martes, 30 de mayo de 2017

Interview - Anatomia

1.Morbid and deadly greetings from Peru Hell,maniacs! how are you Takashi? hows going the things in Anatomia?
Hails David and No Te Calles zine, and to all the death metal freaks out there! Thanks a lot for the great support, its always nice to find underground death metal dedicated zines like yours, and I'm glad to be a part of this issue. I'm doing well, eveything is going alright here, busy with things like recording, mixing new stuff (our new album recording has finally done), preparing for shows, taking care of merchandise, etc. We have many shows booked, both in Japan and overseas. We'll play in Singapore in this coming July, where Angelcorpse headlining! There's a big death fest here in November called Asakusa Deathfest, just Swedish band God Macabre booked there. So many exciting news here these days.

2.Takashi when i listen Anatomia i feel the stench from death in the ambient! give us how is de-formed this 
chaotic band from death/doom? explain more about ther rotten existence from Anatomia...
We formed this band after we gave up reforming the former band Transgressor. Yeah so originally we were under the name of Transgressor but when me and Yoshio started jamming back in 2002, followed by Jun joined in, we decided to start off with the new name. we commonly like Autopsy, and such slower filth death metal, especially back in the time, the brutal ultra-fast bands were popular and big in the scene, and so we were strongly eager to play music we grew up with and to bring back the ones originally it was. So since then we stayed in slower mid-tempo tunes.

3.How many releases have Anatomia in his aberrant life?
We have two full-length albums, the first one was released in 2005 from Necroharmonic, and the second one was released in 2012 from Nuclear War Now!, and lots of split releases (almost like about 10 splits so far, with different bands from around the world), self-released cassette tape. Our new album is coming out this year as well. Also, some more splits in the works.

4.Cadaveric influences?
Autopsy, Derketa, Grave, Winter, Death, Necrophagia, Evoken and all those underground putrid death metal. We play slow but not really doom or sludge. And like you know we play dark, atmospheric, morbid and sick stuff.

5.Some zombie from Anatomia have another putrid proyect paralell?
I do have one other active band, Necrophile, and also a project band called Wormridden which plays low-tuned putrid death metal in veins of early Funebre and Grave. My old band Transgressor played a reunion show in 2015 when the reissue CD/LP was released. As for the other members, Jun started a project band called Spiral Wheel plays heavy metal, and their album is in the works. This band contains members from ex-Exciter, ex-Sabbat. And Yukiyasu currently has no other band.

6.How is the bestial and putrid scene in your city/country? explain some more about this...
Its ok. There are so many shows happening here, everyweekend or even during the weekdays there're some shows by underground bands at small venues. Many shows but the crowds are usually same, like we know well each other, see familiar faces. You know its a small community supporting the scene. Not many venues, its limited to some. Bit expensive to rent places to play so now there are some bars who offer free rent so many bands started to play such places today. Here in Tokyo, especially everything is expensive, for instance, transportation and accommodation, so the situation is difficult for underground bands to play shows for free. While that situation is there main-stream bands get huge crowds and they play bigger venues.

7.You know the extreme metal scene from Southamerica? maybe Peru?
Not much familiar but I'm very interested in it, especially that in Peru. I do know some killer bands from Peru, such as like Repugnancia, Profaner, Contumacy, Evoked Terror, Mortem, and had contacted to Crypts of Eternity zine many times as I did an interview with the zine too. I believe that the scene in South America has in each country bigger and more active scene compared to that in here. I heard that so many people usually come to the shows. Wish we could play in Peru and do a tour someday. Other bands to recommend? I'd like to get in touch with more bands, zines, people from Perú.

8.Stuff avalialbe from Anatomia out now? how the maniacs can find the stuff?
We have some copies of our 2nd album "Decaying in Obscurity" on DLP format (the CD version are all gone sold out here), split 10 inch with Undergang "Decay" still available. Also, one-sided "Ushi no Koku Mairi" black T-shirt, logo metal pins (only a few left), red patches (artwork of Shreds of Putrefaction cover), two-sided black T-shirt "Rotting Underground" and our first album "Dissected Humanity" CD are here. You can order those stuff via sending messing on Facebook or just send email message to (

9.Morbid future plans?
There are lots of plans now, we're confirmed to play in Singapore this July at a festival called Morbid Metal Festival where Angel Corpse will play along with some killer Asian bands like Sarakkas, Balberith, Shambles, and Ilemauzar. Also we have just confirmed to play at Gothenburg Deathfest in November in Sweden, along with Blood Incantation, Spectral Voice, Anthem, Lubricant, and more to be announced. As for the release, our new third full-length album is coming out this September (as planned for now) from Nuclear War Now!, which contains 8 brand new songs, some more splits in the works, such as split 7 inch with Gravesite, for which we are recording the song. Italian label Nuclear Abomination will release it. And split with Surgikill should be released during this summer from Selfmadegod Records. Also, liked mentioned earlier again, we'll play at Asakusa Deathfest, which is annual fest started last year with lots of killer bands from around the world. This year we have God Macabre, Sabbat, Savage Deity, Wormrot, and more to be announced. Its a two-days festival. More new releases such as new design shirts and promo tapes, etc.

10.Takashi thanks for your time in this interview,last words maniac!
Thanks a lot for the killer interview. Thanks for your support David, and the best of luck to your zine. Morbid greetings to you all the readers of this sick zine, all the maniacs from Peru. Keep support this zine and underground scene. Check out our new album and some more new releases as well. Stay Morbid and Sick!

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martes, 16 de mayo de 2017

Interview - Lärm

1.First thanks for accept the interview with you Paul! Greetings from Peru! how are you brother?
I'm fine bro, as an öld punk of 56 i'm doing pretty great. Ofcourse the bones and flesh are not that fit anymore,but the mind is still young hahaha. I'm still working my ass off as a garbageman and in my free time i listen and make a lot of music/noise. Thanks for doing this interview, it still amazes me that after some 35 years, people still want to interview us about LÄRM. 

2.Lärm is a complete influence from a lot of bands from fast hardcore,grindcore,powerviolence bands around the world now! please give us a trip by the existence from LÄRM!
Me, Olav & Jos started our very first band in 1980, that band was called THE SEXTONS which was soundwise a punk band with me on guitar, Olav on drums, Jos on vocals & Alex onbass. None of us could actually play or tune an instrument still we wanted to start a band, and so we did! This band was short-lived we did like 2 demo's and 1 gig. After that we had 2 other short-lived bands from 1981 till 1982 : THE DISTURBERS and TOTAL CHAOZ. Total Chaoz was to some extend (soundwise and playing faster stuff) the band that would lead to LÄRM. We already did play some songs with Total Chaoz that would end up in the LÄRM setlist. With both bands we did record some demo's but none of the bands ever played a live show. Around the end of 1982 we started LÄRM and the early line-up was: Dorien-vocals, Menno-vocals, Jos-bass, Olav-drums and Paul-guitar. With this line-up we recorded the songs on the HOLLAND HARDCORE tape, which put us on the hardcore map hahaha. In a pretty short time we got a name and some shows because of that tape! But pretty soon Dorien would leave the band (she couldn't handle the stress of playing live and got often drunk on stage because of that).From then on LÄRM became the classic line-up that everyone knows. We did practice quite a lot and soon had a set list of about 30 songs. Songs that would deal with social and political issues (we were anarcho-communists) and straight edge started to creep in our lyrics as well, we were pretty much the first European bands that embraced the StraightEdge! In the meantime we also played many live shows and some of them in De Buze in Steenwijk (up in the north of the Netherlands). There we became friends with the people of  the local bands STANX & GLORIOUS DEATH.We decided to work together on a D.I.Y. split LP with the STANX. In 1984 we recorded 28 songs in the Oktopus studios in Amsterdam. In 1985 the "campaign for musical destruction" / "no secrets" split LP was released. It got good reviews and from then on it went pretty fast. We did a lot of shows and recorded new stuff for the "No one can be that dumb" EP at the Jack Daniels Varkensleasebedrijf studio in Venlo (hometown of our friends from PANDEMONIUM, in fact Mat who did the recordings was also the soundman/driver and engineer of all the PANDEMONIUM stuff!). We still couln't play or tune our instruments in those days, and i think that made the records we recorded sound pretty sloppy and noisy in a charming way hahaha. Anyway people did seem to like the new EP. We even got noticed, and attention, from all over the world. We got many new pen-pals and tape-trade fans (this was pre-computer age!). Mike Rubinstein from ONE STEP AHEAD records USA, offered to do an LP with us. We didn't have enough new material at that time, so that's the reason why one sideof the record was a live recording, and on the studio side there were quite a lot of re-recordings of old LÄRM songs. Again we recorded the songs in Venlo with Mat and the live show was recorded in Venlo as well at the O.O.C. Bauplatz (although at the very first song the mics at the guitar & bass cabinets fall over after our first jumps hahaha, that's why it sounds so distant/ hollow). The "straight on view" LP was released in 1986 and would become our best known and selling record, probably because it was on an American label & distribution. We started to do  quite a lot of shows outside of the Netherlands like Belgium and Germany and we did tour in Spain, and a tour in the UK with HERESY & HEIBEL, and Germany againwith HERESY.  We almost did a USA tour with STARK RAVING MAD, but at the last minute that was cancelled....  In September 1987 we recorded the " Nothing is hard in this world if youdare to scale the heights" at the Bombastic studios in Hoogland, a village near our hometown Amersfoort. Some say this is musically our best record. You can hear that the tours withHERESY left their mark on our sound, so did STRAIGHT AHEAD!  We released this EP all by ourselves on Definte Choice records (we did also run a fanzine by that name) because in the 
end working with ONE STEP AHEAD records left a bad taste in our mouths. The "Nothing is hard..." EP would turn out our last EP, because a year later the band would call it quits. Menno moved to Amsterdam to study laws and wasn't that interested in the HC scene anymore (to him it was an end of an era). To some extend we all felt a bit exhausted and bitter about the HC scene because of the 'crossover' thing that was going on at that time. Lots of fucking great Hardcore punk bands started to play lame metal / rock stuff, and on the other side of the punkcoin playing fast became a formula thing... i mean if you play a show and all what people could shout was: "Play Faster, Play Faster!!!" after every fucking song, made it fucking joke. Plus we felt that hardly anyone was listening to the words/message anymore. We were burned up so to speak, so we stopped LÄRM. 

3.Which was the influences from LÄRM in the early years?
Coming from the early punkscene, we were definitely influenced by Punk from 1977...and after :Sex Pistols, The Clash, The Damned, Buzzcocks, Wire, Ramones, Ivy Green, The Dils, Cockney Rejects, Rezillos, Ruts, UK Subs, Crass, The Heartbreakers, Dead Boys, X-Ray Spex, Generation X etc etc. Around the time we played in LÄRM, the big influences were: Discharge, Disorder, Chaos UK ,Kaaos, Riistetyt , Terveet Kädet, Huvutvatt, Mob 47, Bastards, Wretched, Indigesti, Colera, Anti-cimex, Slime, Stromsperre,Siege, Black Flag, DRI, INFEST, MDC, The Dicks, Anti-dogmatikks, RIP, Dead Kennedys,  Minor threat, 7 Seconds, SS Decontrol, Crucifix, Stark Raving Mad,Straight Ahead, Neos, Deep Wound, Negative Approach, Negative Fx etc etc.
Ofcourse the Dutch punkscene had a big influence: Pandemonium, Rondos, Jezus and the Gospelfuckers, Bizon Kids, Noxious, Artratz, Lullabies, Molesters, Art In Revolution etc etc.
Basically everything that we listened to in those days was an influence. 

4.In the early years how was the fast hardcore scene in your city/country? Tell us about the bands that existed? As were the shows in that time?
When we started LÄRM we were the only punkband in town. So in those early years there was no such thing as fast hardcore scene in Amersfoort. Although some years later ,around1986, some short-lived fast bands would emerge out of our small local scene, bands like Second Siberia, Loud Warning etc. In the Netherlands we had a pretty thriving  'fast' Hardcore scene with bands like Pandemonium, BGK, Jezus and the Gospelfuckers, Agent Orange, WCF, Disgust, Stanx, Glorious Death, Zmiv, Gepopel, Knäx, Blitzkrieg, Echte Boter GVD, Laitz, Bloedbad, Jet$et, Pure Hate, Zwaar Klote, SCA, Funeral Oration, Indirekt, Neo-Pogos, Vultures etc. 
The shows were mostly held in squats and or youth clubs. What i remember about those hardcore shows that they were excting, furious, often political but also a lot of fun. It was a great time for hardcore/punk bands, and lots of people would start bands (and fanzines, recordlabels etc) because it was such an inspiring time.

5.Which is your opinion about the actual fast hardcore grindcore scene around the world?
Lots of great stuff going on today i think. I mean a lot of people glorify the old days, and sure tons of fucking great bands were coming from that era, but you have lots of bands today that are as good.I still buy quite a lot of records, and still a lot of 'em are fast hardcore and some grindcore bands. Bands like Drop dead, Exit Unit, Coke Bust, To The Point, Framtid, Assac, Sick/tired, Henry Fonda, Hammerhead, Yacopsae, Looking For An Answer, Gewoon Fucking Raggen, Suss Law, Pillage, Lotus Fucker, Anti you, Haymaker, Protester, Cripple Bastards, S.H.I.T., Impulse,Pig/control, The Lowest Form,Retox, Violent Reaction, Reproach, Sex Dwarf, Wormrot, Sea Of Shit, Pig DNA, Despise You, Chain Rank, Repos, Barge, Scuzz, Haram, Chulo, Shackles, Concealed Blade ... are just a small part of all the good fast hardcore bands that are alive and kicking in 2017! 

6.The members from LÄRM have another proyects in this time? you have some new proyect?
Me and Olav are still doing duty in MANLIFTINGBANNER (although this band is not really active these days because the other members have families and busy jobs/agenda's). Me and Olav are still practicing and from that came a project called MARXBROS. We recorded drums & guitar for 17 songs in our practice room, and Chris Doge recorded the bass tracks in the USA. Those 17 songs will end up on a split record with TRAVOLTA from belgium hopefully this year.

7.How be the reunion from LÄRM in the year 2010? some great experiencie?
Well the reunion shows of LÄRM started in 2005, that was actually the first one at the Trash fest in Hoogeveen. After that we pretty much played 1 or 2 shows every year. Those shows were really
fun to do and a great experience. In fact more people came to these shows than way back in the '80's. We became "legends" after we split up hahaha.  Some of our best reunion shows were in Barcelona and Cromona (italy) really big turn outs and great responses! But overall, all the reunion shows were fucking great! Sadly enough in 2012 we had to play our last show because of Jos his hearing problems. 

8.LÄRM have stuff avaliable now? How is possible find that?
The recent years we did re-release most of our stuff on WAY BACK WHEN records (the netherlands)...i don't know if that stuff is sold out or not. FAREWELL RECORDS (germany) did re-release the "extreme noise" double LP with all our studio stuff... probably you can still find that in distro's or on the internet. Maybe in the future there will be another re-release of LÄRM stuff, and we might release an LP with our practice/ demo stuff. 

9.You know the fast hardcore grindcore scene from Southamerica? maybe Peru?
Knowing is a big word, but i own records from Discarga, Olho Seco, Sistemas de aniquilacion, Hinfamy, Chulo, Leuzemia, Ratos de Parao, I shot cyrus,  Guerrilla Urbana, Abuso Sonoro, Amor Protesto Y odio, etc. Some of these bands are from Peru...i think. And while surfing on the internet and you tube i always come across stuff from all over the world, including South America. In that way fast hardcore & grind has become more accesible because of internet. 

10. your top 5 into HC,Crust, Grindcore, powerviolence? 

Ouch! a top 5 ...what are you asking hahaha. Really i like tons of bands and some of my favourites are: Dropdead, Pandemonium, Wretched, Disorder, Kaaos, Deathtreat, Charles Bronson, E-150, MK-Ultra,Hammerhead (german band!), Nuclear Cult, The Now Denial, Minor Threat, His Hero Is Gone, SS DEcontrol, Warcry, Mörser, Napalm Death, Heresy, Ripcord, INFEST, Los Crudos, Deep Wound, Negative FX,Straight Ahead, Discharge, Chaos UK, Jezus and the Gospelfuckers, BGK, RIP, Anti-dogmatikks, Framtid, Gauze, Systematic Death etc etc etc.  Anyway my top 5 is constanly to day. Today my top 5 would be:
...but tomorrow my top 5 will be different hahaha.

11.Something you want to add to this interview? and thanks Paul!
Thanks for doing this interview... it's still crazy that people after all these years are still interested in a band like LÄRM, when we started the band we never knew that it would still ring a bell 35 years later. I'm 56 now but still enjoying fast hardcore and other extreme noises hahaha. But i have to say that i also listen to jazz, garage, 60's beat/mod/soul and all kinds of other stuff which keeps it interesting to keep listening to extreme stuff.  I also wanna add that all the bands i played and play in always had a political message, and right now we live in heavy political times and that should have a reflection in the music you make. Anyway TAKE A STAND!  Fight back and take care! 

jueves, 4 de mayo de 2017

NECROBUTCHER - Wimpsearslaughter T-Shirt at Karasu Killer Records

NECROBUTCHER - Wimpsearslaughter T-Shirt 
Deathcore Grind Noise from Brazil circa 1989!

UNHOLY GRAVE - ¨Crucified¨ Cassette at Karasu Killer Records last copys!

Unholy Grave - ¨Crucified¨ Cassette 
Después de un largo tiempo pensando, Takaho San cedió para nosotros Karasu Killer y Give Praise el primer album de unholy frave denominada 'Crucified' originalmente lanzado en Japón en 1995. Ellos son los creadores del término raw grind terror madness, grindcore de la vieja Elige, ellos son la referencia! El ug nunca dejó de sonar desde 1993, que suman casi 23 años de grindcore en nuestras vidas. Todas las 16 pistas van a satisfacer cualquier grinder interesado en verdadero grindcore. 
Total Raw grind

miércoles, 3 de mayo de 2017

Interview - Disgorged Foetus

1.Pestilent greetings from the putrid morgue from Peru maniac! hows going the things actually in Disgorged Foetus? 
Hi Bro, thank you to give the possibility to spread again the GORY invasion of the foetus well, things are going well a since I know that a tribute to the foetus is on the way (extreme GORE GRIND internationnal bands) + a french label re-press "the Years of GOREmageddon" on tape format + some back in stock of the 2 first CD's from UxGx labels.,all that  kick my fuckin ass and I create a facebook page (to test the fans scene of the foetus)  and the answer of the underground is clear, they need fresh sound ! more than 3000 friend in 3 weeks !
Incredible for me to read that on our page ! and after several messages from fans, I deceide to re start the band !
We have many asking to re-press album on tape or on vinyl version and we work on it for our fans !
we work already on shirt with the cover of the tribute CD, available very soon, stay tuned !

2.Disgorged Fetus is a old band from repugnant goregrind from France now influence from anothers goregrind bands! Tell us how is de-formed this rotten band?
The band was formed in early 1996 with Nono a friend during mars/april. i'm into Death GORE Grind scene and my friend more into Heavy / Thrash scene. we trade several stuff to have a better Metal knowledge and we become a very very good Metal friends (today he's a good good friend too).
We just put our instrument with a record player and we play during afternoon, and another afternoon and we have some tracks (entitled vomit in entrails) on tape. I have a great time to put some horror movies sample on the recording just for fun ....

3.How many releases have in his grotesque existence Disgorged Foetus? 
After to make a very very few copie of "Vomit in Entrails" I have more riffs in my head and a clear global musical concept, so we record "Degradation ..." tape more seriously and our disgusting masterpiece  "The GORE party" CD. after 2 years to play with Nono, he want to stop to change his musical direction ... I stop too and I formed GORESTENCH (old school DxMx) with 3 another friends.
this band stopped too and I meet a new friend (pro drummer Dav') and I want to continue  to adventure with DISGORGED FOETUS. we work very hard to have a full set with old & new tracks and we play few local gigs and it's amazing hjow the putrid stench was sick and disgusting !
We record in a real studio (another friend near my home) and we release GORY foetal feast split with 2 other GORE GRIND bands.
We release a DVD with 2 gigs and a fantastic 3 live tracks recording with professional TV staf.
We stopped the band due to personal trouble in 2005.

4.Cadaveric influences?
Many ! from old CARCASS (of course !) DEAD INFECTION, GUT (of course again), HAEMORRHAGE and some old school swedish d-beat great bands. I can't list all influences because they are some Rock bands too ! lol.

5.Some zombie from Disogorged Foetus have another proyect in process from descomposed? 
I don't know cause actually I'm the only member of the_foetus but be sure I have some guys in contact he want to play drums for the_foetus !
I seem to recall that Nono (first drummer of the foetus) play in a rock band and give several show per year and Dav' is a professional drummer / guitar and play for several artist (studio & fest) in rock scene.

6.Freak from the putrid tomb! explaim more about the goregrind scene from your city/country. Recommend some necro-bands.
Ouch ! I'm living between forest and lakes with my vine (lol), very far from towns with musical activities, so there is no GoreGrind scene today near to me
but several French freaks are really into it : INHUMATE / BLOCKHEADS / DIKTAT / VISCERAL DISSECTION ... it's hard to remeber of all ...

7.You know the sick and extreme scene from Southamerica?
Yeah I discover it in a few month and it's really really sick !!!! i
Incredible to see young people into this GORE and SURGICAL atmosphere ! there are a tons of bands and I need 3 lifes to listen all , ha ha ha.

8.Disgorged Foetus have stuff avaliable now? how the foetus maniacs can find that? 9.Morbid future plans?
Yes we have a store on and ebay with all stuffs but a very very few copies left ! be fast !
We have some future plans :  a tribute CD of DISGORGED FOETUS, new shirt in a few weeks, new album fall of 2017 (cover in state of pre-drawing for now) and some split CD early 2018. for now no gig planned due to a drummer missing !

10.Last bloody vomits and thanks for your putrid time in this interview
Yes, Bro thank you to take time to publish our GORY fecal words ! follow us on FB to have all infos!
In GORE we Trust and more beers for the foetus!