Wednesday, 30 December 2009

Tuesday, 29 December 2009

Tuesday, 22 December 2009

Shit For Brains

Just really nasty. Thrashy, sketchy fast nihilistic hardcore that had no care for safety or consequence. Some people were into that, others not so much. Either way this is still a fucking good demo and if you find yourself wanting more from the recording quality, you're an idiot and you dont get it so get out now.

Its all so generic im gonna be sick

I miss playing in this band. Some of the funniest times ive ever had were with Kieron, Gray and Sam on the way to shows talking about the Hills Of Mordor, Jaffa Hansen and Tales Of The Unknown .
For anyone who never heard this band, the closest comparison I heard was Minor Threat mixed with Kid Dynamite. But with more excitement. Ended on a bit of a sour note but theres more important things to worry about now.

Sunday, 13 December 2009

Things never change, you're all the same

Members went on to play in Dirty Money, Dead Swans and Architects. Super angry but good guys. Internal Affairs and Shark Attack were the accusations commonly flung at them. This demo rules.

Friday, 11 December 2009

Patron Saints of Sleepless Nights

Another piece of southern goodness played by complete shitheads with no redeeming features. The track names of 2 and 4 are the wrong way round and its 'Ides Of March', not 'Ides Of Snugglepuss'.

Wednesday, 9 December 2009

Live to pose, forget to live

After Out Of Hand and Raise The White Flag broke up, Dan Syndrome, Mullet Jon, Beautiful Dave and Planet Graham started this band and I'm genuinely gutted they didnt do more. They've kindly let me put their only recording up on here for anyone who hasnt got it. Expect hardcore not unlike Bad Brains and 86 my opinion.

Monday, 30 November 2009

That Lanterns show pt. 2

It was hard trying to put these in order on the previous post

Raise The White Flag

Brain Dead

Chaos Days

Out Of Hand


Some old(ish) photos of On Thin Ice, Down To Nothing, Raise The White Flag and Mark looking young(ish)

Thursday, 26 November 2009

Flame Still Burns

Taken from one of my favourite zines, 'Blue! Do You Trust That I Do Not Want To See You Die Here Tonight?' (each issue was an 'Old School' quote). Refreshingly funny zine from a few years ago with a lot of thought put into the articles. If anyone has any of the other zines in this, err...series and doesnt mind parting with them, let me know. Made by Max Mitchell I think? Click on the picture to enlarge, then click on it again to magnify, therefore, read.

Band Of Brothers

For my birthday this year, Graham Clark of Never Sleep Again used an old photo of the two of us to make this super limited alternative sleeve for the RTWF/Outpatients split 7".

Its limited to 2 and is printed on nice shiny card. Thanks bruv

This is the normal sleeve

Monday, 23 November 2009

Burn Down The Disco

Kingsely of Innocent Blood and Guitar Hero put on a show at Folkestone Lanterns club on 24th February 2005 for the release of the Calling All Cynics 7". Here are some photos of that show. The flyer for this show is in a previous post. I didnt get any pictures of Restraining Order and Age Of Kali didnt play. Click photos to enlarge
Out Of Hand

Nervous Wreck

Chaos Days

Brain Dead

Raise The White Flag