Friday, December 31, 2004

Flyer - Friday December 31, 2004

New Years in Brooklyn

Tuesday, December 28, 2004

Zine - Konflict in the Kino, Issue 13

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Issue 13 starts off with Skip Elsheimer telling us about his film AV Geeks. Loads of reviews fill the rest of this issue.

Saturday, December 11, 2004

Sunday, December 5, 2004

Radio - Sunday, December 5th, 2004

THE BAYONETTES - Guilty Pleasure (CIUT)

Wednesday, December 1, 2004


This issue came out in December 2004. The issue starts out with an I Object from Buffalo. The issue also features an interview with Fallout. We also got to speak with I Accuse from Michigan. Regress from Chicago feature ex-members of Negative Element and Life Sentence. There is also reviews, gossip, and show listings.

Tuesday, November 30, 2004

Haymaker “Lost Tribe” 7”

So the story around this record seems to vary. Some report is was for an ill fated split 7”, others call it a demo for the upcoming LP some of these tracks are destined for the Hammer Compilation. Regardless of the origins of these tracks, this record serves a more important function. This 7” is a commemorative record for Phil who sadly passed away last November. HAYMAKER is back to a five-piece destruction unit with the addition of Little Jeff on second guitar. Big Jeff sounds as pissed off as ever and the rougher recording style adds to the bands destructive charm. Listening to this will never replace the chaos of a live show but after listening to “U.S. War Machine” I certainly wanted to throw bottles around. This is a great release that captures the hate and anger that is HAYMAKER. Write to little Jeff for a copy and support Bored to Death Records and the band. (Jeff / 58 Markson Cres. / Hamilton, ON / L8T 4W4 / Canada / / The songs on here are:
1. Please give us a good review
2. There is no out
3. Fight in the Pit
4. U.S. War machine
5. Holy War Idiot
6. Another friend to the end

Friday, November 19, 2004

Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Friday, November 12, 2004

Radio - Sunday, November 12th, 2004

Brutal Knights played on EXD. Unfortunately we lost the recording, but we did get a copy of the interview so here is the audio for what might have been the first ever Brutal Knights interview.

Saturday, November 6, 2004

Flyer - Saturday, November 6th, 2004

Career Suicide / Jed Whitey split LP

Jed Whitey were from Australia. Simon Harvey helped bring this release together. Gord DuFresene of Deranged was able to release it. Jed whitey played an hardcore fused version of garage punk and they do a Discharge cover on here. The Career Suicide songs are:
1. The One That Got Away
2. Borrowed Time
3. On the Run
4. Disguise
5. It Takes One to know
6. Rearranged
7. There's something Wrong with You
8. Caption

Angels Saints & Heroes "The Band God Hates" CD

These guys have broken up after some hard times. They did release this 5 song CD and recorded a full length's worth of material that they are too broken to release. They have a myspace site at, but it doesn't have much information on the band. They were funny as shit when they visited the radio show. And they have some great recordings. The songs on here are:
1. Fiddling with Nero
2. Stand Fast and Keep the Faith
3. (Radio Edit)
4. Second Class Citizens
5. Broken Heartland

Tuesday, November 2, 2004

Riot 99 "On the Tracks"

Music video for the Riot 99 song "On The Tracks". The song is from the album Last Train To Nowhere on Longshot Records.

Monday, November 1, 2004

HeartAttack Interview - I Spoke

The Interview we did with I Spoke appeared in Heartattack zine for issue #45, which I think came out in November 2004.

Tuesday, October 26, 2004

The Endless Blockade / Shank split ep

Here is yet another testament to Andy Nolan’s fascination with straight edge. I thought NATION OF FINKS was pretty good evidence. But a cover of JUDGE with his latest band nails it. THE ENDLESS BLOCKADE do a cover of “Fed Up” as only they can. And Andy handles one of the versus himself. THE ENDLESS BLOCKADE bring a sense of heaviness to the ending chorus that surpasses JUDGE. The flipside is Andy’s old power violence band back in Scotland doing a cover of an equally influential New York City band. SHANK’s song is “Number” originally written by CITIZEN’s ARREST. As good as BORN AGAINST were CITIZEN’s ARREST were consistently fast and abrasive. SHANK add a level of fuzz to the song but stay pretty true to the original. This is great split even if it is a bit of a novelty release. I love it. (Schizophrenic Records – 17 West 4th Street / Hamilton, ON / L9C 3M2 / Canada /

Friday, October 22, 2004

Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Hostage Life "Sing for the Enemy" CD

This is the first recording after the demo. Underground Operations released it as a 6 song CD. The songs on here are:
1. Happy 200 and Anything
2. Money Parade
3. Ginny Applejack and the Potato Sack Prom Dress
4. Nickel Sneakers
5. Ceci N'est pas une Chanson
6. Robot-A-Go-Go

Monday, October 11, 2004

Career Suicide "Signals" ep

This is recorded at AudioLab with the current line up exclusing Jesse. Slasher Records released it. Songs on here are:

1. Left with Nothing
2. Walk the Line
3. Signals
4. Lost on You

Sunday, October 10, 2004

In Time "This City has Brought Me Down" ep

This 7" is limited to 300 copies and was self-released by the band on Notion Records. At the time the band members were Stacy, Rob, Paul, and Jack. Jason 'O Young of the Kill Decibel fame recorded the ep out at his basement studio in Mississauga. Songs on here include:

Side A
1. For the Last Time
2. Of Fortune Nothing
3. Endless Possibilities

Side B
4. Shattered
5. You Should Know
6. Forward Thinking, Forward Concern
7. Your Demise

Wednesday, September 22, 2004

Inepsy "City Weapons" CD

This is Inepsy's second full length. Yannick released this under his label Feral Ward. The songs on here are:
1. Invading City Weapons
2. City Weapons
3. M.O.A.B.
4. Ride Til I Die
5. Inferno Machine
6. The Fury of Destruction
7. Break the Chains
8. Bombshell Rock
9. No order! Disorder
10. The Last Call

Wednesday, August 18, 2004

Monday, August 9, 2004

Sunday, August 1, 2004

Flyer - Sunday August 1, 2004


This issue came out in August 2004. The issue starts out with an I Spoke interview. There is a review of Punk-Fest. There were also columns, reviews, gossip, show listings, and a flyer page.

Saturday, July 17, 2004

Flyer - Saturday July 17, 2004

Monday, July 5, 2004

Photos: the Fallout in Studio 3

I was looking through some old photos and I found these taken with a real camera and not a shitty digital camera. The scanning gives it a neat effect. The Fallout are one of my all time favourite local bands as of recent. these were taken back in July 4, 2004. The members in the band are Byron on guitar and vocals, Jeremy on bass and vocals, and Bob on drums and vocals. I put more of these up on our myspace site under their own photo album.

Sunday, July 4, 2004

Radio - Sunday, July 4, 2004

THE FALLOUT - The Tin Canners (CIUT)
THE FALLOUT - Song That Saved My Life (CIUT)
THE FALLOUT - Another Way (CIUT)
THE FALLOUT - Bread and Freedom (CIUT)
THE FALLOUT - Trail of Tears (CIUT)
THE FALLOUT - In the Gutter (CIUT)
THE FALLOUT - Bigots and Bastards (CIUT)
THE FALLOUT - Interview (CIUT)

Thursday, July 1, 2004


This issue came out in July 2004. The issue starts off with our latest power violence sensation Endless Blockade. We also got to talk to Voetsek from San Francisco. Craig Craon did an interview with Ataque Frontal from Peru back in 1987 that we got to publish. We also got to do a label profile on La Idea. There is columns, a movie review on "Media Blitz", gossip, and show listings.

Monday, June 28, 2004

DOA "Live Free or Die" CD

Just after the band's 25 anniversary they have a new line up as a three piece with the Great Baldini remaining on drums and Dan Yaremko on bass. They record a more ska influenced full length at Profile Studios in March of 2004, which gets self-released on Sudden Death. there are loads of folks who help out with brass instruments to get that big band sound. The songs on here are:
1. Agony and teh Ecstacy
2. Earache
3. Bragnds and Pirates
4. Masters of War
5. Fat Cat
6. Stand Up Now
7. Fucked Up Bush
8. Drive My Car
9. Robin Hood
10. Can't Push Me Around
11. You Won't Stand Alone
12. Mountains Eventually Fall
13. Eve of Destruction
14. We Don't Need No God Damn War
15. Road Kill
16. Kill Ya Later
17. Marijuana Moterfucker
18. I Make This World
19. The Concrete Beach
20. Bad Moon Risin'

Zine - Konflict in the Kino, Issue 12

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Issue 12 starts off with a feature on films beyond Earth. Jim Bakker's son answers the 3 Questions. The filmmaker for Hot Dog Man is interviewed. Dion interviews Finnish metal band Viikate. And there are loads of reviews.

Sunday, June 20, 2004

Radio - Sunday, June 20, 2004

VOETSEK - A is for Anarchy (CIUT)
VOETSEK - Che Sells (CIUT)
VOETSEK - Keepsakes and Piss (CIUT)
VOETSEK - Interview (CIUT)

Sunday, June 6, 2004