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80s Hardcore

  It’s truly unfortunate that what used to get these kids caned would now get these kids laid.  I used to faun all over the Anti Fashion chapter of American Hardcore: the originality of engineer boots covered in chains and bandannas, the flannel wrapped around the waist (later lamely associated with

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Who fucking turned on the jack hammer? It must be me…I’m listening to Curmudgeon, and this killer Boston hardcore punk band pounds the chaotic noise I was raised on. Their 8 song, 8-minute long tape is fucking illmatic. Curmudgeon gets straight to it with vocals that ring alarms. On top

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Disclose remind me of what would happen if William Reid from The Jesus And Mary Chain simply ran out of fucks to give and joined Discharge. These Japanese D-Beat freaks have so much fuzz on their guitars it sounds like broken glass through a buzzsaw, which is perfect. It’s unfortunate

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This is a wicked fun demo from a rad D-BEAT band called FODDER from Sac-town. Their demo sounds like a killer version of Discharge’s first album sung in Spanish. FODDER’s sound is raw with a hardcore 82 vibe. These kids seem be having loads of fun at the same time

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What’s the name of the band whose demo is way more rad than any demo you have heard in recently? They’re called GOD HARVEST from Florida & man they play some epic nuclear grindcore & punk! I know for a fact these kids will take over one day. The way

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We all live life, but when do we know we are not only living life but making history, or being a part of a historical movement? I did not know in the early 80’s in SoCal that me & all of my hardcore punk friends were a part of punk

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Today we are broadcasting from the lost planet of Crucifix. This American peace punk & first dis-beat band more than any band helped shape my politics & worldview on so many levels. These humans totally lived what they sang & wrote about. I will keep this part short, after the

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by Sean Reveron (CVLT Nation) 1982…children of chaos & mayhem…we were the 13 & 14-year-olds who saw through the eyes of hardcore punk. We terrorized Venice & Santa Monica, but a part of our soundtrack was the Ohio band The Necros. We skated through the hate that society had for

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