Tuesday, June 2, 2009


Demoniac was a black metal/melodic black metal band from New Zealand formed in Auckland in 1993 by singer and bass player Lindsay Dawson and guitarist Sam Totman. The band moved to the UK in 1999 to gain popularity but broke up shortly after Herman Li joined. Members of the last line-up went on to form DragonHeart (Herman Li, Sam Totman, Diccon Harper, Matej Setinc). Now known as DragonForce (with some line-up changes.) Their rather unique musical style has often been labeled as "Blackened Power Metal". I've never heard anything like this.

I'm only uploading their second and third studio albums. And also their only EP. It's their only good music.

Stormblade is my favorite, amazing mixing with the vocals. All one guy doing vocals with some crazy voice shifts. Very melodic album.

Fire and the Wind is when Herman Li (before he was in DForce) was introduced. Punk drums, harsh vocals, and power metal guitars. Cool combo.

Demons of the Night EP (Joke track on there, along with all of their other racist and homophobic words, the band has strongly denied being racist. And a Chinese guitarist can prove that.) Very good EP, the last thing released by them. Vulgar as fuck.


The Fire and the Wind

Demons of the Night EP

Friday, May 15, 2009

Rikki Sylvan - The Silent Hours

I know some of you know who Rikki Sylvan is through Rikki and the Last Days of Earth. This is after the band title change. Not really punk music. But it's one of my favorite LPs. If anyone knows any other artists like this, let me know.

The Silent Hours

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Instant Agony (80's)

Another great UK '82 band. You can really notice some progression throughout each release. I'm not going to bother posting their newer releases because the new music sucks compared to this.

Think of England EP

Demo 1983
This is actually a repost from the Nation on Fire Blogspot. So I hope Gabe doesn't mind me adding this demo.

Fashion Parade EP

No Sign of Life EP

Nicely Does It EP
I like this release a lot, these tracks were taken from the Nicely Does It LP that was never released. I really wish I could hear those songs now.

Thursday, April 2, 2009


So it seems like I've had plenty of you downloading from me. I've looked at my files shared on Mediafire.com and there are plenty of hits. So thanks a lot. I'm really glad I can be getting more music around to other people.

Like I said, I'm glad people are downloading from me. But it'd also be cool if I got some more feedback. Some comments here and there. Just some shared opinions on what you liked/disliked of my posts.

Thank you, have a wonderful day!


P.S. I posted a picture from my trip to Mexico. I had 30 ice creams like that for the time that I was there. I counted. Tasty.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Last Rites

This is one of my favorite UK '82 bands. They were from Glasgow, Scotland. Raw sound, pretty speedy. The LP (This is the Reaction) is the best of the lot. It has some pretty clean drumming in it.

We Don't Care EP

Fascism Means War EP

This is the Reaction

Compilation Tracks

Sunday, March 22, 2009

Mau Maus

The best of these are Society's Rejects EP, No Concern EP, Facts of War EP, and Live at Marples. The rest kind of suck.

Society's Rejects EP

No Concern EP

Facts of War EP

Live at the Marples 1984

Tear Down the Walls EP

Nowhere to Run EP

Fear No Evil

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Abattoir - Vicious Attack

This band is from Los Angeles. They were formed in '82. They are actually a speed metal band. But sometimes speed metal will share quite a few characteristics with punk.

Vicious Attack LP

The Genocides

This is one of those "'77 in '82" sort of bands. Pretty good if you ask me. They're not very known. Give it a listen.

Is That Alright? EP

Honey, This Ain't No Romance EP

Trash on Delivery comp. track

Friday, December 19, 2008


I'm going to Mexico for a few days. My grandparents are bringing my mom's side of the family over there in celebration of Christmas and... THEIR 50TH ANNIVERSARY! Woo! I sound happy for them about their 50 years, but I really don't care. I'm just happy I can be in Mexico again. I'm tired of this shit weather. Getting stuck in snow in people's yards, getting stuck in snow on the road because my fucking city forgets to plow my road. You're not supposed to get stuck in snow... ON A STREET. I'm tired of scraping inch thick ice off the windshield of my car. I'm tired of driving to school while shivering because my car takes 23 and a half fucking years to get warm. But it should be a good vacation. I'll be leaving in 2 hours!

I hope that all of you have a good Christmas. And I plan on posting much more music. I just get lazy like everyone else, well mostly everyone else. Merry Christmas!


Saturday, December 13, 2008

Charlie Harper

I'm pretty sure all of you know who Charlie Harper is. If you don't... Then I have no clue why you listen to punk.

Barmy London Army EP

Freaked EP

Stolen Property

Sunday, November 30, 2008

The Satellites

I now have all of The Satellites. A goal I have been aiming for. And I finally succeed! Thank you SoulSeek, Thank you the guy from Holland that I bought the LP from, and thank you very much Mark Phillips. For ripping and scanning the Human Being and Nightmare EPs. Thank you so much. Even though you said you didn't really want credit, I had to give it anyway.

Repost this shit, please!

Urbane Gorilla EP

Human Being EP

Nightmare EP

Vietnam EP

Here is Today's News... LP

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Steve Roberts - Do You Know Who I Am?

This is more of a solo LP done by Steve Roberts and released on The Exploited Record Company. He drummed for Cyanide, U.K. Subs, and The Exploited. I'm not sure what other drumming work he has done. He's been known to be a very experienced drummer. I came to notice that there's big drummer also named Steve Roberts, also from the UK. I don't know if it's the same man. If so, he's really hiding his days of punk in the past. Haha! Not sure. But anyway, this LP is pretty good. He says some shit about U.K. Subs. They must not have parted on good terms. But this album is fucking rare. So if you think it's good, get it around. Drums and vocals are done by Steve Roberts. Bass by a guy named Roy. Guitar done by a guy named Kid.

Do You Know Who I Am?

Monday, November 24, 2008

Black Easter - Ready to Rot EP

I like this band. They formed in '82. Released one EP and a live album that I didn't really pay much attention to. After that they had some line-up changes and changed the name to Spiketeam. Who recorded a demo.

Ready to Rot EP