Saturday, December 27, 2003

Zine - Konflict in the Kino, Issue 10

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Issue 10 starts out with an article on William Beaudine, the cut and paste director. Cineam Sewer's editor, Robin Bougie answer the 3 questions. Dion interviews actor and musician Jason Everly. Dion reviews a concert by the Ukranian artists Vopli Vidopliassova. And reviews.

Monday, December 8, 2003

Radio - Sunday, December 8, 2003





ROBOT HAS WEREWOLF HAND - Fistula of Fury (CIUT)
ROBOT HAS WEREWOLF HAND - Hype Band for Hire (CIUT)
ROBOT HAS WEREWOLF HAND - The Genius of Standardization (CIUT)
ROBOT HAS WEREWOLF HAND - Hopeless Dreams (CIUT)
ROBOT HAS WEREWOLF HAND - Re Designing Wimmin (CIUT)
ROBOT HAS WEREWOLF HAND - Panic Test (CIUT)
ROBOT HAS WEREWOLF HAND - Where Sympathy Lies (CIUT)
ROBOT HAS WEREWOLF HAND - Pre post isms (CIUT)
ROBOT HAS WEREWOLF HAND - Miss Lonely Hearts / Sex is the Best Cologne (CIUT)
ROBOT HAS WEREWOLF HAND - Party Dress (CIUT)
ROBOT HAS WEREWOLF HAND - Negative Thoughts (CIUT)
ROBOT HAS WEREWOLF HAND - A Vote Against the Reunion Tour (CIUT)
ROBOT HAS WEREWOLF HAND - You Better not Stalk Sick (CIUT)
ROBOT HAS WEREWOLF HAND - Sic Transit Gloria (CIUT)

Monday, December 1, 2003

Zine - EXD, VOLUME 3, ISSUE 10


This issue came out in December 2008. The issue starts off with an interview of Running for Cover from Buffalo. There was also an interview with Abusing the Word from Buffalo. An interview with Fly, who has been apart of ABC-No-Rio since the beginning. We also did an interview with the Nunfuckers from Waterloo. And we did a label profiles on Fans of Bad Productions and Spiral Objective from Australia. Reviews, flyers, and photos from a benefit show held for CIUT.

Friday, November 7, 2003

Flyer - Friday November 7, 2003


This was a fundraising show for CIUT to help EXD meet our finding goals. Taras from Riot99 drew the flyer artwork and we made it into a t-shirt. Found this on Drew Gates' blog called Under the Stairwell.

Saturday, November 1, 2003

Zine - EXD, VOLUME 3, ISSUE 9


This issue came out in October 2003. The issue featured an interview with the Black Eyes Club from Hamilton. This is our first interview with Hostage Life. Mark Rodenhizer interviews Jim Fields the director of "End of the Century". Mark also interviewed James Spooner from Afro Punk. Daragh Hayes interviews Florian Helmchen about his label Heartfirst. There is another Japanese flyer section.

Wednesday, October 29, 2003

DOA "War and Peace" CD

"War and Peace" was a retrospective release. Something like a "Greatest Hits" taking songs from most of the releases that spanned the band's 25 Year existence. The songs on here are:

1. Disco Sucks
2. New Age
3. The Enemy

4. The Prisoner
5. World War 3
6. D.O.A.
7. Unknown
8. Waiting For You

9. Fucked up Ronnie
10. War in the East
11. Liar For Hire
12. War
13. Fuck You
14. General Strike

15. Race Riot
16. Let's Wreck the Party
17. Behind the Smile
18. That's Progress (with Jello Biafra)
19. Already Dead
20. Liberation and Execution
21. Overtime
22. Death to the Multinationals
23. Dead Men Tell No Tales
24. We're Drivin' to Hell N' Back
25. Just Say No to the WTO
26. Mexican Holiday

Tuesday, October 21, 2003

Various Artists "Distort Toronto, Volume 1" cassette


This was a cassette only releases compiled by Mark Rodenhizer. Mark put this together as a gift to folks who came to a fundriasing show that he did for CIUT. These bands all played the show, except for Capital Death and the Wasters. The songs on here are:
1. Terminal State - I'm So Terminal
2. Terminal State - Gun to my Head
3. The Bayonettes - American Song
4. The Bayonettes - Sour
5. The Bayonettes - We Are the One
6. Saigon Distress Signal - As If You Could Kill Time Without Injuring Eternity
7. Saigon Distress Signal - No Life Will Suffice
8. Saigon Distress Signal - Within Darkness
9. The Endless Blockade - Descent into the Paradigm of Brutality
10. The Endless Blockade - Haymaker vs. Manowar
11-13. The Endless Blockade - Variations on a Theme
14. The Endless Blockade - Fed Up
15. Career Suicide - Quarantined (Live in Nagoya, Japan)
16. Capitol Death - A Boy and his Lawnmower (Dead Kennedys)
17. The Wasters - Wasters

Sunday, October 19, 2003

Marilyn's Vitamins "Vans don't run on love and Records aren't Pressed with Smiles" CD

This was the band's discography. It came out after the band broke up. Underground operations to the rescue. Songs on here are:
1. Intro / Funeral for a Living Friend
2. 35 Burnout
3. Kids Need Guns
4. Scapegoat (Original version)
5. How to Debate a Nationalist and Win
6. The Rapist in Me
7. I Got No
8. Pension Watch
9. Ollie
10. It's Good to Be Here
11. Randall Terry's Mother should have had an Abortion
12. Ernst Zundel, Voltaire, and me
13. Falling through the Cracks
14. The Executions of May 16th, 1998
15. The Day they Cancelled Baywatch
16. Squeegee Girl
17. 100 Bodies
18. I Consume, Therefore I am
19. The Turnaround
20. One for the Road (A Boy and his Chemical Dependency)
21. Band du Jour
22. Tear it Down

Saturday, October 18, 2003

Hong Kong Blonde ep

This band is from Vancouver and features Eric Smith the first drummer for Career Suicide and Jonzo the singer from Fratricide. This was released on Ugly Pop Records. The songs on here are:
1. Hell is Alive
2. Splitfinger Fastball
3. Two Black Guns
4. Knives of Twilight

Monday, October 13, 2003

The Metal Eddies "Too Late to Grow Up" CD

Here is one of the Metal Eddies CDs which contains a demo from 1999 tagged on at the end. It is a DIY job on No Vinyl and contains the songs:

1. Kniffel
2. Blind Date from Hell
3. Rock 'n Roll Pension
4. Metal Queen
5. Barbee Doesn't Pogo Anymore
6. Guestlist Anarchist
7. Vicious
8. Ferris Beulers Day Off
9. Straight Edge Blues
10. Alex hates Me (and he's a Goth)
11. Betty
12. Locked in the Bathroom
13. Tuf Luv
14. Punk Brewster is a Hardcore Girl

The original Demo tape from 1999 is:
15. Shitty Shitty Demo Tape
16. Alex Likes Us and he's a Punk
17. Apple Juice
18. Short songs
19. Pagan Slaggin'
20. One Chord Song

Saturday, October 4, 2003

Hostage Life demo

Hostage Life formed out of the break up of Marilyn's Vitamins. The singer Colin was the only member from Marilyn's Vitamins, but this was one fo the bands. This was recorded at AudioLab Studios by Chris Hegge on October 4th and 5th in 2003. The band featured Colin on vocals, Adam and John on guitar, Eric on bass and Paul on drums. Songs on here are:
1. Ceci n'est pas une chanson
2. Inside Celebrity Rectum
3. Happy Two Thousand and Anything
4. Empty Wallet
5. Money Parade
6. Ginnie Applejack and the Potato Sack Prom Dress
7. Robot-A-Go-Go

Sunday, September 21, 2003

Zine - Mosh Yankee 3

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This is issue 3 of Mosh Yankee. This issue featured pieces on Cursed, the Control from Buffalo, the prowl from Boston, the Circle Jerks, and Manowar. There is also a piece on Yannick's label, the Great American Steak Religion, which was the record label that preceeded the mighty Feral Ward Records. And the back page is an anti smoking piece that originally appeared on a Born Against record that ebullition did.

Radio - Sunday, September 21, 2003




HOSTAGE LIFE - Inside Celebrity Rectum (CIUT)
HOSTAGE LIFE - Ceci N'est Pas Une Chanson (CIUT)
HOSTAGE LIFE - Ginnie Applejack and the Potato Sack Prom Dress (CIUT)
HOSTAGE LIFE - McDonalds Everywhere (CIUT)
HOSTAGE LIFE - Robot-A-Go-Go (CIUT)
HOSTAGE LIFE - Empty Wallet (CIUT)
HOSTAGE LIFE - Money Parade (CIUT)
HOSTAGE LIFE - Target Tattoo (CIUT)
HOSTAGE LIFE - Nickel Sneakers (CIUT)
HOSTAGE LIFE - Happy 200 and Anything (CIUT)
HOSTAGE LIFE - Station ID (CIUT)
HOSTAGE LIFE - Interview (CIUT)

Radio - Sunday, September 21, 2003




RUNNING FOR COVER - Bitter / You'll Forget / Extinct (CIUT)
RUNNING FOR COVER - Collateral Damage (CIUT)
RUNNING FOR COVER - Throw Me Away / Matriarchy (CIUT)
RUNNING FOR COVER - Form / Usa la Tua Rabia (Wretched) (CIUT)
RUNNING FOR COVER - No Place to Hide (CIUT)
RUNNING FOR COVER - Danger List / Parasite (CIUT)
RUNNING FOR COVER - Luke / Exit (CIUT)
RUNNING FOR COVER - Enormous Appeal (CIUT)
RUNNING FOR COVER - You are the Victim (CIUT)
RUNNING FOR COVER - Habitat (CIUT)
RUNNING FOR COVER - Interview, Part 1 (CIUT)
RUNNING FOR COVER - Interview, Part 2 (CIUT)



This incredible new power violence inspired band from Buffalo played in Studio 3 and the did a Wretched and Raw Power cover as part of their set.

Wednesday, September 10, 2003

AK 47 "Free Palestine" CD

This is the band's third release. It came out four years after the band's split with Hudson Mack. At this point long time drummer Luke left the band. This was significant because Luke had played with Tony in Nothing to Lose, which was a band that preceeded AK 47 and really is a continuation of their work. Dave Morin, the band's original bassist, also left and Tony had played with him in Hudson Mack. So the line up on this release was very different from the first two releases. Jesse cahill initially filled in on drums but had other commitments, so this is where Jamie willis of Hudson Mack and M Blanket fame enters the picture. darryl Clark became the bass player and he played in a band called Pressure Cooker prior to joining AK 47. Daryl does the singing on "Texas Blood" and Bottle". The songs on here aren't as blazing fast as the band has been known to play and consist of:
1. 2-Bit Terrorist
2. Dare To Struggle, Dare To Win
3.Bottle
4. Dead Faith
5. Nihilistic
6. Prisonhouse Of Nations
7. Nothing
8. False Judgement
9. Defiant Days
10. Fire
11. Free Palestine
12. No Turning Back
13. I Won't Forget
14. Where
15. Texas Blood
16. Revolutionary
17. Sendero Lives
18. F.F.M.F
19. Empire In Decline
20. CPN (MAOIST)
21. Re-Education Camp #7
The band has posted lyrics up at "Free Palestine".

Monday, September 1, 2003

Zine - Not a Game #2



Not a Game was a fanzine from Thornhill done by Tim Wesson. This was his second issue and it came out in the Fall of 2003. There was an insert with a Career Suicide interview, but the main piece was an interview with Fucked Up. There was an interview with Moment of youth from Baltimore. tere was a reprint of a Youth of Today interview from a krshna zine called Razor's Edge. There are some great photos and reviews and a back page photo of Haymaker.

Wednesday, August 27, 2003

Zine - Konflict in the Kino, Issue 09

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Issue 9 of Konflict in the Kino starts off with a feature on Fairys as portrayed in film. Teresa Strasser, formerly of the hit reno show "While you Were Out" answers Dion's 3 Questions. There is an interview with Mike White, the editor of Cashiers du Cinemart. A great little tour diary by Dion on riding the Greyhound. Otto & Tupelo comics. Loads of reviews.

Friday, August 1, 2003

Zine - EXD, VOLUME 3, ISSUE 8


This issue came out in August 2003. The interview featured an interview with Vigilant Resistance from Kingston. We also got to speak to Malefaction from Winnipeg. Lorne Chaitov goes snooping around the set of the "Dawn of the Dead" re-make near his home. There is a profile on Jim Munroe - No Media King. Loads of reviews and a couple of pages of flyers including a page of flyers from Japan.

Tuesday, July 22, 2003

Inepsy "R 'N' R Babylon" CD

This was Inepsy's first full length. Montreal's answer to Motorhead. Feral Ward released it. The songs on here are:
1. Lost the Ride
2. R 'N' R babylon
3. The Aftermath of Progress
4. Street City
5. Kids
6. Conspiracy WWIII
7. See You in Hell
8. If You'll Die I'll Die
9. Born for the Road
10. We are Here to Climb

Monday, July 21, 2003

Inepsy "See You in Hell" ep

This was Inpesy first release. It was released on a lable called Ineptik which makes me think this was a self-release but I think Yannick of Feral Ward helped out a bunch. The songs on here are:
1. Germ Warfare
2. It's a Time Bomb
3. Hammer Hearth
4. The Reaper Watches the Gate

Sunday, July 6, 2003

Radio - Sunday, July 6, 2003







SELF DEFENSE - Bullfight / Wasted Again (CIUT)
SELF DEFENSE - Scratchbomb (CIUT)
SELF DEFENSE - Channel Zero (CIUT)
SELF DEFENSE - Jeff's Anxiety Song (CIUT)
SELF DEFENSE - Fuck Work Lets Rock (CIUT)
SELF DEFENSE - Samizdat (CIUT)
SELF DEFENSE - Mission from God (CIUT)
SELF DEFENSE - No Masters (CIUT)
SELF DEFENSE - A Glass Ceiling to Call Our Own (CIUT)
SELF DEFENSE - Interview, Part 1 (CIUT)
SELF DEFENSE - TheWholeSet (CIUT)

Tuesday, July 1, 2003

Zine - EXD, VOLUME 3, ISSUE 7


This issue came out in July 2003. The issue features an interview with Legion666 just before "Black Goat Armageddon". Sokme bands from Wisconsin were through and so there was interviews with Hot Carl and Modern Machines. We also had in the Wednesday Night Heroes from Edmonton and I laughed my ass off through the whole interview.

Monday, June 16, 2003

Radio - Sunday, June 15, 2003

THE G-MEN - Rock Against Ass (Turbo Negro) (CIUT)
THE G-MEN - Beer / Hate (CIUT)
THE G-MEN - Jane (CIUT)
THE G-MEN - Victims (CIUT)
THE G-MEN - Interview (CIUT)

Sunday, June 15, 2003

Radio - Sunday, June 15, 2003







WEDNESDAY NIGHT HEROES - Abandoned Youth (CIUT)
WEDNESDAY NIGHT HEROES - Knock Us Down (CIUT)
WEDNESDAY NIGHT HEROES - Another Wasted Night (CIUT)
WEDNESDAY NIGHT HEROES - Music for the People (CIUT)
WEDNESDAY NIGHT HEROES - Break Down the Walls (CIUT)
WEDNESDAY NIGHT HEROES - Feedback (CIUT)
WEDNESDAY NIGHT HEROES - Style Over Substance (CIUT)
WEDNESDAY NIGHT HEROES - We Want the Truth (CIUT)
WEDNESDAY NIGHT HEROES - Interview (CIUT)

Sunday, June 1, 2003

Radio - Sunday, June 1, 2003

KNUCKLE BRAIN - Thrash for Life (CIUT)
KNUCKLE BRAIN - Taking Back the Scene (CIUT)
KNUCKLE BRAIN - Road Rage (CIUT)
KNUCKLE BRAIN - Text Book Mosh (CIUT)
KNUCKLE BRAIN - Sour Grapes are Hard to Chew (CIUT)
KNUCKLE BRAIN - Fuck the Youth (CIUT)
KNUCKLE BRAIN - Preach for the Sky (CIUT)
KNUCKLE BRAIN - Show you No Mercy (CIUT)

KNUCKLE BRAIN - Interview (CIUT)

Zine - EXD, VOLUME 3, ISSUE 6

This issue came out in June 2003 and featured a new band from the Schomberg/Bradford area called Knuckle Brain. There is also an interview with the G-Men who were newly formed at the time. There are also reviews and show listings.

Friday, May 23, 2003

Interview: Catholic Boys

The Catholic Boys are a four-piece punk rock band from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Formed from the ashes of Rip Off Records’ teen punks the Teenage Rejects, the Catholic Boys will assault you with their sound like men of the cloth once assaulted them. See them live! Monday, May 24th at the Oasis.


Quick introductions everybody.
Paul (P): Paul
Paul plays guitar and sings.
Eric (E): Eric plays drums.
Nick (N): I’m Nick and I play guitar and sing.
E: It’s Nick G
JonE (J): I’m JonE and I play bass.
So when did the CATHOLIC BOYS form and how did you form ?
N: This is actually weird because I tell people we have been a band for about a year and a half or two years, but our website is almost over three years old and our band was together for about four months or five months before that so it is almost four years. Right? But we had a different drummer. It was kind of a different incarnation of the CATHOLIC BOYS.
P: It started with me and Nick wanting to play KIDS songs for a cover band like just for one show
…for “Coverage” or for something else ?
P: Yeah
Coverage is an annual all covers show in Milwaukee…
P: Yeah it used to happen every year but …
N: Does it happen at all anymore ?
P: Naw. It used to happen up at Rock ‘N’ Roll High School but it’s gone now.
E: Which sucks.
P: Yeah me and Nick started playing and then Lugs played drums. He was the first drummer. And John was at one of our practices one day so he just started playing bass….
N: …when I wasn’t there and I thought they were just going to kick me out and I was a little worried for a minute.
P: Then we played that show and we just decided to….
Aren’t you in enough bands though ?
N: Not anymore. I got one now.
Oh.
N: One functioning band.
P: The FUNCTIONAL BLACKOUTS?
N: No. (laughs)
Because the way we always saw it from up here was that there was a direct relation from the TEENAGE REJECTS to the CATHOLIC BOYS.
N: No you missed a part in there.
J: It took about a year.
N: And then our drummer quit and then Eric played a show and we just kind of kept it like that.
E: I learned it for that tour when we played at Planet Kensington
P: What about Logan ?
E: His picture’s on the website.
N: Actually his picture is a question mark.
J: We were supposed to play with the LOST SOUNDS in Green Bay and he was like “My friend’s got some girls coming over so you know I am going to hang out there instead of go to the show” So we got Eric at the last minute and that was our first show with him.
And so now you are stuck.
E: We do more than any of the other bands I’m in so….
So in the four years since you have been together, how many recordings have you put out ?
J: Three.
N: Yeah three. 2 seven inch’s and an album. There is a Big Neck comp coming out that is going to have one of our songs on it. Actually it’s a cover. It’s a STOOGES cover.
What song ?
P: “I got a Right”.
Neat.
P: It’s fucking great.
You guys seem to tour a lot. Do you guys have day jobs ?
(laughter)
N: Right now, I don’t.
E: There is not a single job in this band.
Does nobody work ?
J: I haven’t had a job since October
N: Naw.
N: The state pays me to not have a job right now. Kind of, but not enough though. I try to have a job between tours but it never works, as much as I’d like it to.
So Nick you were in a million bands at one point. Maybe less than a million, but still quite a few.
N: Somewhere around there.
J: Eric was always in way more.
We will just edit the list of bands Eric’s in from the HOLY SHIT interview.
E: Well we forgot about the MULLET ROCKERS before, but that’s a mystery.
N: Yeah I’m not in the MULLET ROCKERS,
Man.
P: We have nothing to do with that.
N: Hot looking Nick G double, Fefe LaVag…he has way better hair than me.
Unknown background voice: More hair!
N: Shut up.
Jon E, are you in any other
bands ?
J: No.
You seem to be the one guy that this is your gig.
Unknown background voice: MULLET ROCKERS.
J: What? I’m not in that band either. Shut the fuck up.
N: Oh yeah, that’s right.
J: Fuckin’ dumb-asses.
E: Nobody knows, it’s all good.
Paul are you in any other bands?
P: I quit the KILL-A-WATTS and I’m not in any other bands right now. I am trying…. I am starting, but
Why did you quit the KILL-A-WATTS ?
J: I don’t know, I just like the CATHOLIC
BOYS way better….
P: He hates them.
E: Ohhh Dish….
P: I fuckin’ hate those guys (laughter). Fuckin’ assholes. And we got in a fight and I haven’t talked to him in like ten years (more laughter)..
Ten Years ?
P: Yeah I was in the band like way in the beginning.
E: I think NIRVANA was around then.
So the new record is called “Psychic Voodoo Mind Control”.
E: True.
Who put it out ?
E: Todd Kellner.
N: Trick Knee Records, yeah.
How did you guys get hooked up with him ?
N: We didn’t he got hooked up with us.
P: He told us he would pay for us to record and put out our albums and we were like whatever, let’s do it. Sounds cool.
E: Every time I was on his label I paid for my own damn record and that was the LOOKERS 7”.
P: He actually thought it wasn’t going to be that good. He was really surprised. He was like you guys are retarded. I don’t know how you can record something like this.
Well the production is a lot better than the KILL-A-WATTS 7”.
P: That was the only studio we recorded in and
George from the MYSTERY GIRLS recorded the other 7” – the “Brainwash City 7” so. That was just at my house on a 4-track.
I was thinking with the “Brainwash City” ep and “Psychic Voodoo Mind Control” do you have a theme going around ?
P: It was just an accident.
N: That’s just how Paul’s mind works.
P: I just get stoned and think it is something funny and write a stupid song about it with dumb lyrics that don’t make any sense.
I was going to say, what is your favourite form of mind control ? Mine, for example would be Patty Hearst being abducted by the S.L.A. She got brainwashed to rob banks!
P: Porn pages where people are under hypnosis and they take them and fuck them and they have no idea.
N: Paul is pretty much hypnotized by vagina.
So do you write most of the lyrics then ?
P: For my songs I write all the lyrics.
…but you all write songs….
P: Sometimes we come up with shit together. Mostly every song turns out way different when we play them with the whole band because everybody changes it around.
N: Which rules actually.
P: Yeah. So we write all the songs together, but one person has an idea and then we just go from that.
What else is going on after this tour and when you get back home ?
N: In May we are going out with the REAL LOSERS from England.
E: They are playing here.
N: Yeah they are playing here and Montreal again.
P: Do you know what day that is ?
N: May 26th I think.
E: No the 26th is the last day because that is in Milwaukee.
N: May 24th.
Simon, are you doing that show ?
Simon: Yeah.
E: Where is it ?
S: Oasis.
N: We are playing the Horizontal Action Blackout. That should be the kick off for the tour.
E: We are playing with the HOSPITALS in Milwaukee too.
Yeah they are playing Toronto here in a few weeks or something.
J: And hopefully we go west in August with the CPC GANG BANGS.
E: They are only going for a couple of days though.
J: Oh really, I didn’t know that.
E: They can’t leave for more than 7 days or something like that.
N: Adults…..
E: They might have jobs.
N: Those guys are fggots.
Wait a minute you are saying that the guys in the CPC GANG BANGS have jobs and you don’t. How wrong is that ?
N: That is kinda funny.
Is there anything else going on ? Is there anything else you would like to say before we end this.
P: I just want to say everybody should buy the first three BAY CITY ROLLERS albums.
N: And if you want any of our records we will accept hot dogs like the ones from across the street as currency. Three hot dogs per disc.
E: If anyone needs a show in Milwaukee, call me or e-mail or something.
How can people contact you ? What is your mailing address and all ?
E: Our mailing address isn’t even going to exist that long
P: But John’s mom’s house that will always be there.
E: Yeah use that.
P: 965 Jacobson Road / Neil, WI / 54956.
And then e-mail ?
J: Do we have one ?
E: No we don’t have a band one. We can use mine or any of ours. ericapnea@hotmail.com.

Thursday, May 1, 2003

Zine - EXD, VOLUME 3, ISSUE 5

This issue came out in May 2003 and featured an interview with War Squad from Rochester, Head Hits Concrete from Winnipeg, and reviews and show listings.

Sunday, April 27, 2003

Zine - Konflict in the Kino, Issue 08

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This is issue number 8 of Konflict in the Kino. The feature is on Koo Stark. There is a diary by the Editor on a recent trip to Russia. Canadian rapper, Ricky J is interviewed in this issue. Dion asks pat Mastroianni (a.k.a. joey Jeremiah) 3 questions. And two pages worth of reviews.

Saturday, April 19, 2003

Bombstrike / Legion666 "Temple of Blasphemy" ep

Legion666 teams up with Bombstrike from Sweden. This gets released on Schizophrenic Records. Legion records a Crude SS cover and an original. Songs on here are:
1. Pessimistic Skies
2. Blue Eyed Devils

Tuesday, April 15, 2003

Legion666 "Die scheisse christus" CD

This full length release came out on Yellowdog Records which is a label in Germany. Darrin Cosgrove did the artwork again. This is true Canadian misanthropic blackened hardcore. the songs on here are:
1. Immortal Schisms
2. Vestige through Darkness
3. Witchcraft
4. Moral Disillusions
5. Tomorrow's Prayer
6. Dead Stare
7. Frostbitten
8. Sensory Overkill
9. Close Your Fucking Book
10. Abuse in Isolation
11. Exhausted

Friday, April 11, 2003

Career Suicide "Reach for the SARS with Career Suicide" ep


This was recorded in the summer of SARS. This was recorded by Chris hegge at AudioLab Studios. Deranged Records released this. Songs on here are:

1. Quarantined

2. Sucker
3. Part and Parcel
4. While You're Ahead

Tuesday, April 1, 2003

Zine - EXD, VOLUME 3, ISSUE 4

This issue came out in April 2003 and features interviews with the awesome No Time Left from Buffalo, which featured the Ellman borthers and Nick Baran of Third Party Records. This also features an interview with the Skinjobs, who are a queer-core band from Vancouver and feature Kim Kinakin formerly of Sparkmarker. And there is an interview with Heather and Derek Emerson on their film "Let Me Be Your Band" which is a documentary about one man bands. There are also reviews and show listings.

Thursday, March 27, 2003

Various Artists "Toronto City Omnibus" LP



CLASS ASSASSINS - Uprise
HAYMAKER - Let God Sort them Out
HAYMAKER - Could You Be So Stupid
HAYMAKER - They Breed so Fast
HAYMAKER - Misery For a Living
HAYMAKER - Commodity 182
HAYMAKER - Reagan Youth
LEGION 666 - Free Speech
LEGION 666 - Perils of Freedom
LEGION 666 - Dear Cops
SCARE TACTIC - Bullets For Breakfast
SCARE TACTIC - Gun Control
SCARE TACTIC - Sick of Fun
MURDERSQUAD T.O. - Newly Dead
MURDERSQUAD T.O. - How Can there Be Christmas If There is No Peace
CAREER SUICIDE - Dicta Flag
CAREER SUICIDE - Shut Up
CAREER SUICIDE - Metal Threat
CAREER SUICIDE - Doom Ryder
CAREER SUICIDE - Spleengenerate
CAREER SUICIDE - That Other Song
CAREER SUICIDE - Todd Killings
CAREER SUICIDE - Left Over Bonus Crap
THE BLUE DEMONS - Atomos Cajones
THE BLUE DEMONS - Hot and Heavy
RIOT99 - Decade on the Dole
RIOT99 - Destroy the City
FUCKED UP - Generation / Last Man Standing