We just found out that the interview we did with RUIDOCULTO last year is posted on their website. Enjoy, if you can read/speak Spanish…or using google translate.
We’re Featured on Noecho.net – Hardcore, metal & everything in between. Photo by Peter Rosvik/ishootrawpunk. Cheers to Carlos Ramirez! “…we live in a generally small isolated town in the northern parts of Sweden surrounded by nothing but forests, lakes and mountains. But that’s mainly what we love about living here.”
How long did it take for this record to be made? Did it begin pre-covid? H: Yeah, it took forever to get done, haha. We started in April -19, and the intention was to be done with the recordings before our tour with Zyanose and Sex Dwarf, but we were barely able to finish the
This is You Are Fucker number 4. First interview we did in a long time. Thanks a lot to Myke/You Are Fucker for featuring us! Unfortunately this is just online for now . But paper copies will be done after the Covid-19 restrictions are over. Read or download the fanzine at: yafzine.blogspot.com
Jocke did this short interview with The Sound Lab last year. Just noticed that they posted it. HOW DID YOUR NAME ORIGINATE? I had/have this one-man-army band called Electric Funeral (taken from Black Sabbath’s album “Paranoid”). There was a natural transition when this project (later band) took shape and I’ve always wanted to have a
New interview (and review) for BATTLE HELM. “With equal doses Discharge, Anti Cimex and punk this blast through my speakers like the end of the world is near” – Battle Helm, Anders Ekdahl (4/5)
New interview (and review) in Swedish for SKRUTT MAGAZINE. “Man hör att de verkligen har påverkats av både Discharge och Slayer på samma gång av Black Sabbath och den typen av hårdrock. Lägg till detta deras japanska titlar så blir det riktigt coolt. De har ett riktigt bra driv i sin musik och ni som
New interview just posted on DIY conspiracy. Click the LINK.
We got this Canadian fanzine called CRINK in the mailbox this week. If you are interested, you can read it Here! Or get in touch with the zine makers and get your own copy.
AJATUKSEN VALO is a Finnish fanzine focusing heavily on many faces of hardcore punk, death and destruction. Thick issues, heavy walls of text, long interviews, your scene favorites, bands you’ve never heard of, hellish photos and definitely way too serious take on things that matter the most. 16 issues with some signs of progress, a