viernes, 30 de noviembre de 2018

Interview - Y-Incision

1.Putrid greetings of Perú,Mike! How going the things in Y-Incision?
Hello, Diego! Things are going pretty good! Just released our split with our brothers in Rimjob, entitled "Split Your Dick". We've been getting a good response from it. We've been staying busy with shows here and there as well as writing new stuff and are looking to do another recording in the coming months.

2.Tell us how is form this aberrant band of gruesome death grind gore called Y-Incision? Hows been the begings?
Well, I, Michaelous Rage, had a desire to start a Grind band one day so I posted on Facebook my desire to do so and if any musicians would be interested in starting one. I made it clear from the get go that I just wanted to do vocals and be a lead man free of playing an instrument so I can do all the crazy shit I do on and off stage. I figured this would hinder the success of putting together a band in our small scene that lacks a quantity of decent musicians to choose from but it is what I believed in doing. It didn't take long for me to meet up with a strapping young guitarist, who currently goes by the name Big Gay Tony, but the right drummer was pretty elusive. After a few months, Big Gay, suggested a friend of his who's band recently disbanded. Thus enter Chimmy Chonga. We clicked as a unit right away and boom! Y-Incision was born.

3.Discography of Y-Incision?
Besides a few crappy demos, our full-length "Disasturbator" and the brand new "Split Your Dick" are our official recordings.

4.Influences at Y-Incision?
Oh boy, that's a tough one, there are so many... I guess what has mainly influenced Y-Incision's sound and concept: Napalm Death, Pig Destroyer, Last Days of Humanity, Municipal Waste, Minor Threat, Iggy and The Stooges, The Cramps and our sisters in Rimjob have definitely had an influence on us. Of course this list is just my opinion. I'm sure Big Gay and Chimmy would give you an entirely different list.

5.Some members of Y-Incision have another proyect paralell?
Currently, Y-Incision is the only project all of us have.

6.Mike explain some more about the actual death grind gore scene from your city and recommend some bands.
Ha, oh man, unfortunately we are pretty much the only thing nearing the Goregrind/Pornogrind genre around the Omaha/Lincoln Nebraska area. As far as bands around here to check out, I'd say: Garoted, Vickers, Carnographer, Oppress the Tyrant, Agrinex, Truth in Ruin and, of course, Rimjob.

7.Y-Incision knows the death grind gore scene of Southamerica?
Actually sorry, Diego, I know very little of the scene down in South America. Give me some crazy shit I need to hear please!

8.Stuff avaliable of Y-Incision at the moment? where the maniacs can find the stuff?
Besides catching a live show, this is the place to get Y-Incision stuff.

9.Morbid future plans?
Plans as of right now? Well, I just got done putting a Press Kit together a couple days ago. Hopefully we get some label attention when we send that off. Besides that, just writing some more songs for another recording soon and hopefully setting up a string of shows with Rimjob soon to promote our split.

10.Last words Mike and thanks for your time in this interview.
Well, thank you for the interview, David! And our Bandcamp is free to stream so if the curiosity of any of you readers was sparked, go there to checkout our tunes. Later guys!

martes, 27 de noviembre de 2018

Interview - Vitriolic Response

1.Chaotic greetings from Perú,Myke! How going the things in Vitriolic Response? 
His David thanks so much for the interest in Vitriolic Response, I’m afraid at the moment we things have been quiet on the Vitriolic Response front lately, our Drummer and second guitarist left the band a few months ago. We do want to keep going and we are currently trying to find a suitable drummer.

2.Tell us how is form this destructive band from d-beat crust called Vitriolic Response? How’s been the begings? 
Vitriolic Response started in 2012 with ex members of Poundaflesh, Kismet HC, Raised by drunks, Mass of Bastards and a load of other UK punk/HC bands.
Even though we all lived miles apart, our love of old school Crust united us to make the music we love. 
We have had a number of line-up changes, but the 3 core members; Rob =Guitar, Flek= Bass and Myke = vocals, have remained the same. 
We are currently in the process of getting a new drummer.

3.Official discography?
An alternative to Fucking what? 7”
Split 7” with system shit (Canada)
One track on the Chile benefit put together by Doom.
We did record some tracks with the old line up for a 10” however we could find anyone who was willing to help put it out.

4.Noisy influences? 
Deviated Instinct, Antisect, Effigy, Rudimentary Peni,Age, SDS, Nausea, Icons of Filth, Amebix, Exit-stance, Antischism, Extinction of Mankind, Doom, HellKrusher, Cress…the list is endless.

5.Some members from Vitriolic Response have another project parallel? 
Flek and Rob are in a new band called Dissidents, there facebook page is
Myke is also in a raw pogo punk band called Better Reality and a hardcore band called Salvo

6.Myke explain some more about the actual d-beat crust scene from your city and recommend some bands. 
To be honest Manchester doesn’t have a crust or d-beat scene. There’s us and Extinction of Mankind and that’s it! And we now have our two Raw punk bands Better Reality and Dissidents. We did have one other good d-beat/thrash band called Tout Suit but sadly they have split (their guitarist is now in Better Reality). Manchester has a very fragmented scene, there is a big dub hippy punk scene, there’s a grind scene, a big old school UK82 style punk scene and a hardcore scene. But these god damn heathens do not appreciate d-beat or crust!!!

7.Vitriolic Response knows the d-beat crust scene from South America?
I saw Ratos De Parao (Brazil) back in the 90’s, VR played with Los Revolucionarios (Mexico) and Better Reality played with Agrotoxico. Personally, I got to hear a south American band on the Maximum Rock and Roll comp “welcome to 1984” it had Olo Seco. To be honest I do need to be educated about the south American scene, the only other bands I think of at the moment are B.E.T.O.E, Besthoven and Los Rezios.

8.Stuff available from Vitriolic Response at the moment? where the punxs can find the stuff? 
I have some patches and I have a few copies of the spilt 7” with System Shit, I think that might be all there is for now. 
However, I know that there are lots of copies of our stuff on discogs and I will get a new Bandcamp page up and running soon where you will be able to download our stuff for free.

9.Morbid future plans? 
Once we get a drummer sorted out, we will be writing new material and we intend to record and start playing live again as soon as possible.

10.Last words Myke and thanks for your time in this interview.
Thanks so much for the interview David, it makes me feel humble that someone from the other side of the world is interested in VR. 
I know that the south American scene has a long history and it is for ever growing, you have highlighted my need to hear more stuff! I would be very happy if people could send me some links to stuff from their area.

Sordecer / Syphilis Non Metal – Split Tape 2018!

domingo, 25 de noviembre de 2018

Interview - Pissing Match

1.Loud greetings of Perú,Aaron! How going the things in Pissing Match?
¡Salud! Las cosas son muy excellente. After taking things slowly in most of 2018, we're starting to play more and get word out about recent recordings we would like to release. We are looking forward to 2019.

2.Tell us how is form this destructive band of raw hardcore thrash called Pissing Match? Hows been the begings?
The band started as a solo project in 2013. I was initially inspired by the Swedish hardcore punk band, Pusrad, who play short, fast songs with rapid time changes. I was also influenced by US/CAN hardcore punk such as DRI, Hated Youth, Koro, Neos, YDI, and lastly, but most personably, the Puerto Rican hardcore punk band, Tropiezo, who take a similar attitude to playing fast, tight, songs with a lot of energy.

I recorded all of the parts on the 10 song demo myself, then our vocalist Jay heard it on the local punk message board and expressed interest in it, so I contacted him about joining. We then recruited Joe on bass and Rob on drums and started playing our first shows in 2014.

3.Discography of Pissing Match?

Demo (More Power Tapes, 2014)

Break the Seal 7" (Pissing Match/Feral Kid Records/Dissonant Society, 2016)

Crossing Streams 7" (Unreleased, forthcoming)

Split 7" (Unreleased, forthcoming)

4.Influences at Pissing Match?
Specifically, DRI, Hated Youth, Koro, Neos, Pusrad, and Tropiezo. We all listen to a lot of different music outside of punk as well. I take some influence in my chord changes from jazz-bebop also.

5.Some members of Pissing Match have another proyect paralell?
Yes. I play guitar in a grindcore band with my wife, Jessika, and our friend, Jim, called RABID PEAK. Jay, Eric, and Rob are in a lucha libre themed hardcore punk band called PURE HEEL. Rob is also in a post-hardcore band called WORSE THINGS. Joe is in a synthesizer driven instrumental pop-rock band called GOOD DUDE.

6.Aaron explain some more about the actual hardcore thrash from your city and recommend some bands.
Buffalo has a history of great hardcore and punk bands going back to the early to mid 1980's. Tension, Manic Depression, the Goo Goo Dolls, Zero Tolerance, and Snapcase are all noteworthy. Jay used to play in a band with his brother, Scott, called Slugfest who were a big influence on me growing up. I annoy Jay at band practice when I start playing Slugfest riffs.

Recently, there are quite a few really good active bands from Buffalo, NY. Healer, Clear Focus, Wreckage, Anthropic, Prepare for the Mindscan, Black X, Old Ghosts, Modern Problems, Facility Men, Juggernaut, GOA, The Drains, Selective Aggression, Barbaryan, and Radiation Risks are just to name a few. 

7.Pissing Match knows the hardcore thrash scene of Southamerica?
I'm a big fan of the obvious Brazilian stuff like Ratos de Porão, Abuso Sonoro, and Besthöven. We recently played with O Inimigo, from Brazil, who were awesome. I'm also familiar with Massacre Palestina from Argentina. 

I know that D-beat is very popular in South America, similar to how popular it was in the early Scandinavian scene. Fifteen years ago, Mike Woodford, from the Canadian band, Ox Baker, made me a great compilation of South American stuff from his own collection, but unfortunately, it has since been lost.

After the interview, you should hook me up with some info on current bands, so I can check out some new stuff. 

8.Stuff avaliable of Pissing Match at the moment? where the punxs can find the stuff?
You can order recordings and shirts from us at our Bandcamp page:

9.Morbid future plans?
We're going to keep releasing material and playing shows. Maybe in the next few years, we'll be able to take a couple of weeks and tour the southern hemisphere and hang out with all of you punkeros bonitos de Perú. I'll brush up on mi español jodido before then! 

10.Last words Aaron and thanks for your time in this interview. 
De nada. Gracias para tus preguntas. Recuerde siempre tenír disfruta la vida. Saludos, cabrónes.

Seed Of Doom Records

sábado, 24 de noviembre de 2018

Consumed In Gore Records Presents: Gore "Consumed By Slow Decay" Tape!

Interview - Bootlicker

1.Loud greetings of Perú,Lewis! How going the things in Bootlicker?
Great!  We have had a crazy busy year with shows and records coming out but everything has been a blast.  We have intervals of playing shows and breaks for writing music and its easy to manage.

2.Tell us how is form this destructive band of raw d-beat called Bootlicker? Hows been the begings?
I started Bootlicker in 2015 after a few of my previous hardcore bands fell through the cracks.  I took a different approach to the writing process with this band as I am the only one who composes anything.   When we initially started it was me and my brother (who is credited on the demo) and we recorded a 4 songs out of a batch of about 8 that I wrote and used them for the demo.  After that dropped my brother left to school and I got a new drummer to work with, Lucas, who is with me to the present day.  Thats how it started in a nutshell.

3.Discography of Bootlicker?
Bootlicker - 4 Track Demo(self released), Bootlicker - 6 Track EP (Slow Death Records, Neon Taste, Sickhead Records, No Name Records, My Headache Records) Bootlicker - Who Do You Serve? EP (Warthog Speak Records, Televised Suicide, Sickhead Records, Slow Death Records, And one more I cant remember haha)

4.Influences at Bootlicker?
Influences would be boston hardcore such as Negative FX, SSD, Out Cold, UK82 such as The Skeptix, Ultra Violent, The Partisans, Varukers, Oi such as Crux, Red Alert, The Templars, Blitz, and scandinavian hardcore such as Mellakka, Totalitar, Betong Hysteria, Lama, and Riistetyt.

5.Some members of Bootlicker have another proyect paralell?
I have play in Mass Grave(Crust Grind), Nutrition(Freak Garage Punk), and a few other fun things here and there as a fill in.  Athena (Guitar) plays in a pop punk band called Outpatient, Adam on bass plays in a hardcore band called Hot Freaks, and Lucas the drummer plays with Athena in Outpatient.

6.Lewis explain some more about the actual d-beat scene from your city and recommend some bands.
There is no hardcore scene in Kamloops where I am from but Vancouver has great bands such as Chain Whip, Starvation, and Phane.

7.Bootlicker knows the d-beat scene of Southamerica?
I am not super familiar with the current hardcore scene in south America to be completely honest, I know of bands like Negative Control, Ratos De Porao, FDS, but not too much.  I'm sure I've come across lots of it in the past but it's hard to keep track.

8.Stuff avaliable of Bootlicker at the moment? where the punxs can find the stuff?
We have the 6 Track EP out on 7" and the "Who Do You Serve?" EP available on 7" as well.  We have shirts on our bandcamp page as well.

9.Morbid future plans?
Morbid future plans! haha, we just finished recording our 3rd 7" entitled "Nuclear Family" EP and it will be out on Neon Taste Records in the spring.  We are recording for our self titled LP on Deranged records which will be out next summer.

10.Last words Lewis and thanks for your time in this interview.
Thanks for the interview, I hope to come down there soon with Bootlicker and I will be sure to hit you up!  Big Cheers from Kamloops BC CANADA!