Swann Danger - No Beginning
From Suburban Voice:
ATTACK DISARM TAKEOVER - Self Titled CD
Bay Area ragers playing a streamlined, seamless style of crust, US hardcore ‘n UK-82. In the latter’s case, for instance, “Blood, Bullets and Bones” had me thinking of Varukers. The songs here aren’t raw, production wise, but there’s still an abundance of musical and verbal bellicosity. Some of these guys used to play in Deathtoll and that band had the same sort of inspiration. Pretty much one speed and that’s fast. Basically, you know what you’re getting—and I’m not complaining one bit because they play it with plenty of pissed-off vigor. (Al Quint)
$6 postage paid in the US or free when you order BLACK FORK - “First Fork Years”, upon request. Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org or mailorder: Mess Me Up Records, 1442A Walnut Street #419, Berkeley, CA 94709. Cheers!
SWANN DANGER - “Staccato” 7” EP
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BLACK FORK - “The First Fork Years” LP
This album includes songs from BLACK FORK’s previously released 7” EPs, tracks from out of print compilations, and some rare bonus tracks taken from demo cassettes. First pressing is on blue vinyl.
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