Kasvava Uhka - Various - 1997-Damn The Contorol E.P. (Vinyl)

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Inspired Style Own Your Fashion. Courtney Khondabi All Things Style. Leah Wyar Byrdie Beauty. Jason Wu Fashion Designer. Alberti Popaj Entertaining. Scroll Right. The song was recorded ina busy period for the band since they released two Ep's on Overthrow in and And did I mention guitar player Yamakawa also played in Gloom?

Next up are Leben, a band from Graz, Austria, I know nothing about. Very rough and fast hardcore punk with a cavemen grindcore vibe. Of course, there were legions of hardcore punk in Brazil, but their open 80's Scandinavian hardcore studded worship set them apart they covered Shitlickers and Fear of War at that time.

As they proudly claim on the cover " Our sound is influeced by hardcore punk bands that making punk a threat ever''' Swedish bands and other crustraw punk core band like Japanese and more Not for posers. The last band on the first side is Kirous from Finland with a short and sweet antifascist song "Kasvava uhka". The sound is quite raw, a defining uniting feature of the compilation, and there is a mean chaotic vibe running through the song.

Somewhere between Kuolema and their contemporary Uutuus and Katastrofialue maybe. If you had no idea, you could think that Kirous song were recorded in If you are into raw hardcore, you are in for one minute of classic Finnish hardcore delight.

If you are not, I strongly suggest you leave the room immediately. Heartfelt, intense even emotional at times anarchopunk with male and female vocals and a raw, old-school Polish punk vibe that combined perfectly with their distinct 90's anarcho sound.

Tuneful with memorable chorus and a genuine inventiveness in the songwriting for what was one of the most relevant anarchopunk bands of the 90's. The song "La programo" is actually in Esperanto which might come as a surprise to some but makes sense in the context of the band and of the 90's, the Kasvava Uhka - Various - 1997-Damn The Contorol E.P. (Vinyl) language standing for unity between people and a common linguistic ground for peace and freedom. The GyL song is an anthemic anarcho crust punk song with a singalong chorus and something of an 80's Finnish hardcore touch like Melakka when they shout "Kontravaj al kurwa sistema".

Next up are Conclude from Japan with their song "No need flesh". If you close your eyes and play the song, you can spot easily that they were a Japanese going in the direction quite similar to Chaos Channel Kasvava Uhka - Various - 1997-Damn The Contorol E.P. (Vinyl) Order. The song is a sloppy but fun, drunken, punky Kasvava Uhka - Various - 1997-Damn The Contorol E.P. (Vinyl) bouncy number with snotty vocals that will please lovers of noizy obnoxious punk-rock and the use of the Iconoclast font is not fooling anyone here.

More surprising perhaps is that most of Conclude's subsequent recordings were sung in Finnish and sounded much closer to classic 80's Finnish hardcore like Bastards or Destrucktions although the vocals were still reminiscent of swanking. They even had an Ep called Made in Finland and apparently toured Finland in the 90's. A decent song about animal liberation, a topic Conclude tackled heavily.

Pretty classic Fight Records-era Finnish hardcore, direct, fast and fierce hardcore with an added 90's touch to the old recipe. Very effective and rather well recorded compared to Kirous but I prefer my hardcore simpler and punkier. Disclose are next with the song "Right of liberty and equality", recorded during the same session as the three songs on the split Ep with Homomilitia from you can read a full review here.

I recommend you read Pawel Scream's comment at the bottom of the review so that you understand why the Disclose song sounds so bad. The DAT Digital Audio Tape containing the Disclose recording got fucked at some point and as a result the noise-not-music creative stance of Kawakami became a little too literal. Anyway, you all know Disclose, we have already been talking about Disclose on Terminal Sound Nuisance so there is not much point rehashing. Typical mid's, Great Swedish Feast -era Disclose, distortion-drenched shitlicking Discharge mythology.

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