fredagen den 21:e februari 2014
Bombs of Hades are a productive band to say the least. You know you´ll always get a few EP´s and splits inbetween albums and I like that. This is their latest one on swedish label De:Nihil and I would say that the a side track "Recoil In Horror" would fit nicely as an extra track on their debut EP "Carnivores". After a stomping intro/verse they up the speed for a while with a riff that really reeks of early Dismember/Nihilist before slowing it down with a groovy riff. This is the stuff that made me love BOH all those years ago and it´s great to see they´re not straying to far off that formula. Another thing I like about their EP´s and splits are the somewhat different choices of cover songs. One could go for obvious choices and do a Nihilist or Autopsy cover. But honestly, how exciting would that be? Here they cover the Black Sabbath song "Over and Over" from their 1981 album "Mob Rules" and they do a really good job at it. Not really familiar with the original, but listening to it now I must say BOH makes it heavier and somewhat doomier. All around this EP is a great effort although I don´t really see the point of only having two songs on a 7".
This review was kind of hard for me to write since the guys in Bombs of Hades are my friends. Honesty takes care of most things though.
Buy the 7" here: De:Nihil Records
tisdagen den 21:e januari 2014
It´s great to see that members of one of the most overlooked hardcore bands of the last few decades decided to start a new band. Yeah, I´m talking about members from Out Cold. John Evicci were along with Mark Sheehan (R.I.P.) the only ones that stayed Out Cold true over the years and here´s Evicci again banging away at those drums like only he can do. Other members include John Kozik (Out Cold, A.C.), Quinn Dillon and the spiteful and bitter vocals of Mark Fields (Proclamation, You´re Fired). There is an EP coming out on Man In Decline soon and an LP is set to be released on Rock N Roll Disgrace. European version will be released on a new label called Antitodo. Check out the bands demo and some tracks from upcoming releases on their Bandcamp and keep an eye out on the bands Facebook page for updates.
Adult Crash have two new releases out now by two swedish bands. Agent Attitude follow up their great LP with an EP called Repulsive Action. They´re kind enough to offer the whole thing over at their Bandcamp site so head on over and have a listen, I assure you it´s great. This is a co-release with Monument Records so choose whatever suits you best if you want to order.
Damaged Head is a new band featuring people from Herätys, Institution, Nitad, Agent Attitude and Separation. That´s a good track record just looking at previous bands and since I´ve heard the recording I can only say this is a contender for EP of the year along with above mentioned Agent Attitude EP. It´s a bit hesitant to say that this early in the year but I´m pretty sure they´ll both be up there at the end of the year. DH is streaming two tracks over at their Bandcamp so check it out and make sure you order a copy. I guess Monument will get these for all you swedes as well.
lördagen den 4:e januari 2014
Sometimes I see people saying that this and that year was a poor year for records/music. I´ve never understood those people. I believe that if you are active and willing to keep yourself updated with whatever music you´re into you will always find that year that just gone by as a good music year. This was no exception for me, it rarely is. Below you´ll find 37 records that stood out for me in 2013 with the usual exception of records I´ve yet to hear. No particular order though, I´m too lazy for that. Enjoy, and be sure to check out whatever record you´ve not heard so far.
Violent Arrest - Distorted View 12" (Boss Tuneage/Farewell)
It´s nice to see that a band like Violent Arrest can make their best effort this long into their existence. With almost all of Ripcord in the setting I´m not at all surprised though.
Obliteration - War Is Our Destiny EP (Beach Impediment)
Final EP from this project of Chris Corry and Jon Westbrook. Another excellent mix of Scandinavian and US hardcore.
Tribulation - The Formulas of Death LP (Invictus)
Probably my most anticipated release of the year. And while it´s different from The Horror and it might take a couple of more spins to grasp it´s an unbelivable LP. Mixing the ferociousness of said previous album with a little bit of psychadelia and swedish prog. That sentence should normally make me cringe but it works in an excellent way.
Krömosom - Nuclear Reich 12" (Distort Reality)
One of the few bands going for the whole distort the shit out of everything I really like. They even include a rager with a stompier kind of chorus. The production reminds me of the great Skitslickers.
Impalers - s/t LP (540/Todo Destruido)
I was anxious to hear this and when I did I was not disappointed. Mix Poison Idea, Venom, Discharge, Celtic Frost and swedish hardcore and you will have Impalers. Pounding, rocking, riff laden awesome hardcore punk.
Major Damage - Sheer Mayhem EP (Way Back When/Even Worse)
The second EP from mastermind Brandon Ferrell is just as good as the first. Paying homage to the old greats of the New York hardcore scene.
Acute - Murder Notice 12" (SMRT)
Straight forward japanese hardcore just the way I love it with some weird shit thrown in for good measure.
Final Conflict - Nineteen Eighty-Five LP (540)
Final Conflict´s demo finally gets the vinyl treatment after 28 years. Rawer than the Ashes To Ashes LP.
Night Birds - Born To Die In Suburbia LP (Grave Mistake/Taken By Surprise)
One of my favorite bands proved that they indeed could follow up their last one with an equally as strong LP.
Infest - Days Turn Black EP (Draw Blank)
Old turned down shit still makes this a mandatory Infest release. Made up of outtakes from the No Mans Slave LP, this still blows almost 90% of all newer bands out of the water.
Power Trip - Manifest Decimation LP (Southern Lord)
Just when I lost all hope to hearing a new great crossover records, Power Trip unleashes this master piece. Has helped me through alot of slow nights at work.
Violent End - s/t EP (Lengua Armada)
Stomping hardcore with gritty vocals. What else do you need?
Gas Rag - Human Rights EP (Even Worse)
Another band mixing European and US hardcore. Totalitär seems to be an obvious influence along with some of the older greats from the US.
Agent Attitude - Affliction Days LP (Adult Crash/Monument)
These guys gets better for each release and for every show as well. Can´t wait for the new EP.
Infernöh - 7 Spår EP 12" (Distort Reality/D-takt & Råpunk)
The most raging EP this year. Never thought they would top the previous LP but they did by a mile.
Selfish - Life Has No Vacant Time LP (Feral Ward)
The best burning spirits clone band that is not from Japan dropped this LP this year after a couple of years silence. A tad bit different but still as awesome as ever.
Hoax - s/t LP (Self Released)
I get a bleak and nihilistic feeling by listening to this LP. Dark, painful and pissed off.
Sickoids - No Home 12" (Grave Mistake/Sorry State)
A bit more straight forward than the LP but equally as great. Hopefully we´ll see a new LP not that far ahead.
No Warning - Resurrection of the Wolf 7" (Bad Actors)
All you really need is a new track and a cover song to make one of this years best 7"´s. Too bad they won´t come back full time.
Institution - Världens Ändstation EP (D-takt & Råpunk)
Masterful riffs by masterful dudes. Amazing shit that holds the loss of Herätys well at bay.
Abused - Loud And Clear LP (Radio Raheem)
A legit reissue at last. Amazing output regarding both the music and the packaging.
Necrocurse - Grip of the Dead LP (Blood Harvest)
Primitive death metal drawing inspiration from Sarcofago and other greats from the 80´s. Can´t go wrong with that.
Framtid - Defeat of Civilization LP (La Vida Es Un Mus)
I´m not a fan of all those hyped up distorted bands at all so It´s nice to see that Framtid doesn´t just go for the distortion. I would say this is a more heavy rather than noisy LP.
Mammoth Grinder - Underworlds LP (20 Buck Spin)
Kind of similar to Impalers but more leaning towards death metal. This is just as devastating though and their best work to date.
Dissekerad - s/t LP (Skrammel)
Great d-beat infused hardcore with amazing riffs done by veterans in the game.
The Rival Mob - Mob Justice LP (Revelation)
I was late to the game regarding this one but this record smokes. Amazing riffs and Radigan is a rageaholic behing the microphone.
Out Cold - A Heated Display LP (Painkiller)
Half of the songs from the last session with original singer Kevin on vocals. A fitting good bye and tribute to the late Mark Sheehan.
Stoic Violence - s/t LP (Katorga Works/Video Disease)
Nothing new at all. Just plain old pissed off hardcore done the exact right way.
Die - s/t EP (Sonic Terror)
Mixing UK and US hardcore and making it as sweet as it sounds.
Violent Reaction - City Streets LP (Painkiller)
Not at all impressed with this bands demo and EP but this LP really took them all the way. Boston influenced hardcore with a little bit of oi! thrown in for good measure.
Hårda Tider - Scandinavian Hardcore Insanity LP (La Familia/Hårda Skivor)
This is a total riff fest to say the least. They´ve surpassed themselves with this one.
Swordwielder - Grim Visions of Battle LP (Cubo De Sangre)
Can´t say I´m somewhat of a stench core enthusiast but this band from Gothenburg did an amazing LP that all should check out.
Handsome - s/t LP (6131)
I would say that this emocore classic is a guilty pleasure of mine. Finally out on vinyl for the first time ever.
Rough Kids - The State I´m In LP (Sorry State)
Power pop/punk perfection. Music to feel good to.
Iron Lung - White Glove Test LP (Iron Lung)
Probably one of only a handful bands that can pull off playing power violence in this day and age. And they do an amazing job with it as this LP shows.
Obliteration - Black Death Horizon LP (Relapse)
Rotten old school death metal with a strong Autopsy vibe from our oily neighbors in the west.
Mercy Killings - s/t EP (Beach Impediment)
Reminds me alot of Wasted Time and that´s never a bad thing. Members from Direct Control, Wasted Time, Stripmines etc. Raging slab of wax.
måndagen den 30:e december 2013
Jag ska börja med att säga att det här med peppen på att dra land och rike runt för att åka på spelningar har avtagit år för år ju äldre jag blivit. Tråkigt att säga, men så är det och så kommer det säkerligen att förbli om inget oväntat händer. Med det sagt så har jag ju ändå sett så sjukt mycket bra spelningar i år. Mycket av dessa sågs på Chaos In Tejas som synes, men gamla Sverige kan leverera också. 2014 ser ut att bli väldigt bra spelningsmässigt det med så vi får väl om det där oväntade kanske händer nästa år. Nedan en kort redogörelse för de tio bästa spelningarna jag sett i år.
Infest @ Chaos In Tejas, Austin, TX
Jag trodde aldrig att jag skulle få se Infest om jag ska vara ärlig men någon ville annat. Inpackade i en gammal lagerlokal där svetten rann om när man stod stilla så framförde Infest ett jävligt intensivt trettiolåtarsset. Hade helst av allt velat se dem i en lite mindre lokal men det gör inte denna spelning till något mindre än årets bästa.
King Diamond @ Metallsvenskan, Örebro
Har dyrkat denne man sedan 1988, men aldrig lyckats bevittna en spelning. Det var precis som jag ville att det skulle vara. Kungen var i oväntad toppform efter hjärtproblemen, det var en flådig scenshow och de allra flesta klasikerna spelades.
Negative Approach @ Debaser Slussen, Stockholm
John Brannon ser ut att vara den hårdaste jäveln som finns. Hans röst låter ungefär likadant. Svinbra spelning om än på ett ställe jag inte har sådär mycket till övers för.
Impalers @ Chain Drive, Austin, TX
Hade egentligen inte brytt mig så mycket om Impalers innan men på en förfestspelning till Chaos In Tejas ändrades det radikalt. Liten lokal och ett jävla ös på sångaren Chris. Svetten rann om en men det sket man i för man såg nåt så fruktansvärt bra. Dives från baren, folk hängde i takbjälkarna och allmänt kaos.
Night Birds @ Chaos In Tejas, Austin, TX
Det blev så att vi såg dagspelningen istället för klubbspelningen på kvällen innan. Night Birds levererade dock precis som jag förväntat mig. Kanske skulle man varit på spelningen kvällen innan för att få hela upplevelsen men det var en del krockar där borta i Texas.
Framtid @ Chaos In Tejas, Austin, TX
Dåligt inlyssnad innan men det kändes som att man stod mitt i en orkan så fort de började spela. Totalt förödande spelning, i de allra mest positiva ordalag.
Institution @ The Liffey, Stockholm
Min besvikelse av att aldrig fått se Herätys dämpades här för några veckor sen. Institution levererade som väntat. Veteraner brukar kunna göra det.
Final Conflict @ Chaos In Tejas, Austin, TX
Kommer längre ner på listan eftersom jag såg halva klubbspelningen ena dagen och hela spelningen i hangaren dagen efter. Hade jag sett hela klubbspelningen hade denna post hamnat högre upp. Ashes To Ashes, denna magnifika skiva, spelades rakt igenom och ännu en återförening som funkar ypperligt kan läggas till handlingarna.
Hoax @ Chaos In Tejas, Austin, TX
Hade faktiskt inte hört något om vad jag kunde förvänta mig av Hoax live innan de skulle gå på. Vad jag fick se var en frontman som lätt skulle kunna tas som en mentalpatient med mikrofon uppbackad av fantastisk mörk och förbannad hardcore.
Power Trip @ Chaos In Tejas, Austin, TX
Ännu ett band jag inte var inlyssnad på speciellt mycket. Medans jag väntade på nåt annat band klev dessa Texas-herrar upp på scen och levererade bländande crossover utförd så tajt så man stod med hakan i backen halva spelningen.
måndagen den 23:e december 2013
Fick nyss hem ett gäng ex av Mercy Killings första EP. Medlemmar från Wasted Time, Direct Control, Socialcide osv. Borde egentligen inte behöva beskriva soundet iom medlemmarnas tidigare åtaganden men slänger upp en låt så ni kan stampa med foten lite. 65:- inkl. porto kostar den, och vill ni ha en mailar ni yourmistake (a) gmail.com
onsdagen den 27:e november 2013
I first met Chris Ulsh at a pre show for this years Chaos in Tejas at a bar called Chain Drive. We talked a bit and I bought a shirt and some Impalers EP´s. Only having heard the demo EP before I wasn´t quite prepared for the intensity Impalers brought live. It´s safe to say that festival started pretty great with that show. Day by day it proved that this is a man of many talents as he played with five different bands on severeal occasions throughout the festival. Chris proved to be a really nice guy as we met each other here and there the next couple of days, and since he released records with all of his bands this year I figured an interview could be in place. I put some links at the bottom for every band mentioned in this interview. Thanks you for the interview Chris!
* So, how did it all start for you? How did you get involved with punk/hardcore/metal in the first place?
When I was 8 years old my cousin came in to town and played me two CDs on his portable CD player - Metallica's Master of Puppets and White Zombie's Astrocreep 2000. We listened to them over and over in the back of his mom's minivan and I was hooked on metal for life. Later on I started getting into punk, then in high school my friend made a mix tape for me with Poison Idea, Koro, Mayhem, and some more stuff. I kind of quit everything else I was into after that.
* How long did it take from this first contact with punk/hardcore/metal until you started your first band? Did any of your bands record anything or is Mammoth Grinder the first band that did?
Mammoth Grinder was the first real band I was in that recorded anything. Brian and I started it in 2006 when we were 17 and recorded a couple times but I doubt either of us think it turned out very well. The split with Legion was the first release where I think we finally hit the mark.
*Tell me about Mammoth Grinder. Was this started as a two man band just like Impalers or were there more people involved from the start?
The core of the band has always been Brian and I. We had a slew of other bass players before we found Alex. Then Wade joined on 2nd guitar. Both of them contributed writing the last LP and the extra help shows a lot.
*I hear alot of similarities between Mammoth Grinder and Impalers in the sense that Anti Cimex, Celtic Frost, Venom, Discharge and Poison Idea seems to be the main influences although Mammoth Grinder focuses more on the metal side of things and with maybe some swedish death metal influence where Impalers focuses more on the hardcore side of things. Did you start Impalers because you wanted to do a more hardcore oriented band with those same influences but thought it didn´t fit for Mammoth Grinder? Or am I just out on a whim here?
We were on tour in Baltimore on a particularly grim night of tour and Mike and I were in the van by ourselves listening to Discharge. That's pretty much where it started. When we got home we would practice while waiting for people in our other bands to show up, then started scheduling our own practices. At first we wanted it to be more metal than it turned out to be, like a punk NWOBHM mix, but it sort of turned into it's own thing.
*I´m guessing you´re the main singwriter in Mammoth Grinder and Impalers. How is it playing in Hatred Surge, Power Trip and Vaaska. Are you as involved in song writing in those bands or is it a more lean back and just do your thing situation?
Not nearly as much. I wrote a riff or two on the Power Trip LP but mostly helped out putting together the arrangements. In Vaaska it's d-beat, fill, repeat. Alex has always written everything for Surge but I might have added a pinch harmonic here or there.
*Seeing you play in five recording/touring bands at the moment, as well as having been to Australia as a live guitarist for Innumerable Forms this year. Where do you find the time? I asked this question in Austin but if you could elaborate a bit more. Where do you find time to hang out with your girlfriend between working and rehearsing with five bands? And since Power Trip is based out of Dallas and you live in Austin I imagine they do alot of rehearsals without a drummer.
My girlfriend is the sweetest most patient person in the world. When I'm not on tour I usually get home from work and go to practice most days. Whenever I don't have practice we'll make food and watch a horror movie or something. We don't really go out very much. Everyone in Power Trip does a lot of practicing on their own. If we have a show coming up we usually meet up somewhere and practice right before. We play live a lot so we don't need too much refreshing.
*Power Trip is doing a European tour this fall but you´re not going with them. I guess work gets in the way of doing all the tours imaginable. How much does this bum you out? And while talking about Power Trip, I hear alot of similarities to Iron Age, almost to the extent that I thought for a while that some members of that band were involved. How much did they mean for you as a band?
They were huge for everyone in Texas that was into hardcore. I might have seen them live more than any other band I can think of. We owe a lot to them. They got Mammoth Grinder on a bunch of their shows when we were relatively unknown and Jason eventually released two records for us on his Cyclopean label. They don't share any members with Power Trip but I filled in for them last weekend at Not Dead Yet fest in Toronto. It was a bummer not to be able to do the PT Euro tour but the fest was so much fun and entirely worth it.
*You mentioned in Austin you had really fun playing in Vaaska. What makes it so fun? How long have you been a member of that band?
I can't remember exactly, more than a year but not much more. The only records I have played drums on so far are the Skizophrenia split and the Impalers split. I always really liked Vaaska before I ever joined. We all live close are usually at the bar together if we aren't working on new stuff. Never a dry practice. Impalers are the same way.
*All your five bands have released at least one record this year, some even two. Which one´s are you most happy about? Anything you´d like to change regarding sound, mix or whatever?
I think I'm most happy with the Mammoth Grinder record, only because we sent it back to many times to get everything perfect. It took a really, really long time but the final result was worth the trouble I think. It got mastered twice, mixed who knows how many times. I went in for weeks to change vocals or guitar solos. It got to be pretty grueling. None of the other records I played on this year took that much work so I can absolutely be thankful for that.
*Impalers have just released the first LP. As imagined it´s great. Some songs remind me alot of some of the riffings from Lanchy (Totalitär) and Jallo (Meanwhile). Are these bands you return to often for inspiration?
Totalitär is one of my all time favorites. We listen to meanwhile a lot in the van on tour. You guys have always had the sickest punk bands over there and I am so jealous. I just heard the new Institution stuff and I love it. Tell your friends I'm trying to get my hands on some Damaged Head stuff!
*The music scene in Austin seems amazing with all the shows and all the places to play. Are you satisfied living in the warmest city I´ve ever been to? I guess you get used to it but for me coming from chilly Sweden and seeing native Austin folks being out in that heat with jeans on just blew my mind. And I heard it got even warmer later on in the summer.
Hah I can imagine. I was so cold when I went to Sweden, I would never last there. Austin is the best city in US. It has it's bullshit just like any other city but I won't be leaving any time soon. We have great bands, record stores, venues, food, everything.
*What´s up next for you? Supporting all the records with your various bands or are you already writing new songs and planning for new releases?
Mammoth Grinder and Power Trip are about to do a small tour, then Impalers and Vaaska are going to go to the west coast after that. Then I imagine everyone will start working on new songs. We all have riffs and ideas but haven't had the time to get together and churn them out, so I bet once we have a break from touring all of that will start coming together.
Power Trip: Bandcamp
Mammoth Grinder: Bandcamp
Hatred Surge: Bandcamp
tisdagen den 12:e november 2013
UPPDATERING: Sista volymen uppladdad igen. Nu med en extralåt som avslutare, så ni som redan har den på datorn kanske ska ladda hem den igen.
Äntligen klar med femte och sista skivan. Nu känns det rätt skönt att den är klar men känner jag mig själv rätt så börjar jag snart med att göra samlingar med europeiska band.
Det är mestadels obskyra band på den här och vissa band är helt enkelt sånt jag missat på föregående skivor pga hjärnsläpp. Jerry´s Kidz-låten var jag tvungen att flytta till denna skiva från fyran eftersom den tydligen gjorde så att den skivan gick över 80 min.
Personliga favoriter på denna inkluderar Rights Of The Accused, Bum Kon, No Rock Stars, Out Of Order och Deathwish. Gillar ju självklart alla låtar men just idag sticker de där rackarna ut mest. För övrigt så låter Out Of Order-sångaren jävligt lik Dan O´Mahoney i verserna på låten.
Mycket nöje. Länk under låtlistan.
1. Deathwish - Break The Chains
2. Jerry´s Kidz - D.W.I.
3. Whipping Boy - Parent Trouble
4. Breakouts - Join Me, Don't Join Me
5. Los Olvidados - Something New
6. Dr Know - El Salvador
7. Sons of Ishmael - Sons Of Ishmael - Small Town Mentality
8. Subhumans - Slap In The Face
9. Convicted - Bomb Bop
10. Bum Kon - The Draft
11. Rights of the Accused - What I Learned Today
12. Legal Weapon - War Babies
13. Fatal Rage - Fatal Mistake
14. Nip Drivers - New Meiji Takeover
15. Corrupted Morals - Big Man
16. Kent State - Radio Moscow
17. Modern Warfare - Suburban Death Row
18. Plague - Losing my Mind
19. The Vandals - Anarchy Burger (Hold the Government)
20. Negative Gain - Night Stalker
21. Unnatural Silence - Misfits Are Innocent
22. Chronic Disorder - I See Red
23. Saccharine Trust - I Am Right
24. Inbred Th' - Fantasy Express
25. No Rock Stars - Death
26. Damage - March Of The Morons
27. Belching Penguins - Dead People Can´t Drive
28. Autistic Behavior - TV Messiah
29. Dissension - Telling Me
30. H.R. - It'll Be Alright
31. Secret Hate - Midas Touch
32. Out Of Order - Anal Aggression
33. Doggy Style - Be Strong
34. The Effigies - Techno's Gone
35. Anti - Be Free
36. Confederate - Written Laws
37. Just Because - Inside Job
38. Final Conflict - Self-Defeated
39. Beyond Possession - No Religion
40. Personality Crisis - Twilight's Last Gleaming
41. M.A.D. - Holocaust
42. Insolents - Frustrated
43. Mental Decay - You Suck
44. Psycho - Kids Are For Tricks
45. TMA - Surf Nazi
American Hardcore CD5
lördagen den 9:e november 2013
Ebro, den gamle hjälten från Los Crudos, Charles Bronson, MK Ultra och mäktiga Punch In The Face, har inte bara släppt PITF-demon samt en liveinspelning från radio som LP utan har TVÅ nya band med nysläppta demos. Pitfall och Pillage heter de, och Pitfall släpper snart en EP. Älskar snubbens raspiga röst och det passar ypperligt i ett band som Pitfall som har en touch av oi! i sin hardcore. Pitfall utgörs av 3/4 PITF så soundet kanske inte är helt förvånande. Pillage öser på med hederlig snabb hardcore och vad kan man säga? Snubben levererar här med. Blir så jävla glad att man alltid kan lita på vissa människor. Ebro är en sån rackare. Länkar till båda demosarna nedan så kolla för fan in.
fredagen den 1:e november 2013
Näst sista volymen. Har inte så mycket att skriva om den. Tycker låtlistan säger det mesta, känt blandat med mindre känt. CD5 börjar faktiskt bli klar och där blir det mer obskyra än kända band. Dock håller ju låtarna på den fortfarande hög kvalitet.
Håll till godo och kommentera med jubel, klagomål eller frågor.
1. Cro-Mags - World Peace
2. Scared Straight - Children
3. Graven Image - Day After
4. Shattered Faith - I Love America
5. The Accüsed - Reagan's War Puppets
6. Undead - Social Reason
7. Decadence - Slam
8. Dag Nasty - Can I Say
9. Sheer Terror - Fashion Fighter
10. Christ On Parade - Landlord Song
11. Heart Attack - God Is Dead
12. Social Unrest - Thinking Of Suicide
13. False Prophets - Good Clean Fun
14. Hated Youth - Ted Bundy
15. No Fraud - Failure
16. Youth Youth Youth - Blue Stain
17. Tar Babies - Native Son
18. Untouchables - Nic Fit
19. Toxic Reasons - Riot Squad
20. Red Cross - Cover Band
21. YDI - Categorized
22. Bored Youth - Misfit
23. The Fartz - How Long
24. Justice League - Style
25. Frontline - Tear Shit Up
26. P.T.L. Klub - Drunk Driving
27. White Trash - Ballad Of Ronnie Raygun
28. Lost Cause - Firing Line
29. No Mercy - Thoughts of Destruction
30. Roach Motel - Frenzy
31. Neon Christ - Neon Christ
32. Major Conflict - Still Far Away
33. Stark Raving Mad - Judge & Jury
34. The Replacements - Dope Smokin Moron
35. Septic Death - Never Trust
36. Nig Heist - Love in Your Mouth
37. Stains - Sick and Crazy
38. Plain Wrap - Punk Rock
39. No Thanks - Office Jerk/Rat Cheese
40. Unwanted - Unruled Chain
41. Straight Ahead - Breakaway
42. United Mutation - Final Solution
43. Reflex from Pain - Chemicals
44. Slapshot - Chip On My Shoulder
45. Skewbald - Sorry / Change For The Same
46. The Guns - I'm Not Right
47. Savage Circle - Hardcore Rules
48. The Worst - Emergency Room
49. Jerry´s Kidz - D.W.I.
American Hardcore CD4