Wednesday, May 13, 2009

(I used to) Sleep at Gilman

Sleeep - Live at 924 Gilman Oct 17th 1992

A live recording from the legendary punk club 924 Gilman Street in Berkeley, Ca.

1. From Beyond (1:06)
2. Evil Gypsy (6:55)
3. Dragonaut (5:19)
4. The Druid (5:07)
5. Sonic Titan (9:20)
6. The Suffering (5:39)
7. Nain's Baptism (3:03)
Total Playing Time: 36:29

Sleep - Live at 924 Gilman Oct 17th 1992

Also a little bonus video of Sleep live at All Tomorrow's Parties Fest.

Thursday, May 7, 2009

Torment In Twisted Metal

Moss - The Tormented

Moss bring you this 1 track demo of damaged lo fi doom dirge coming in at 90 minutes. The real treat about this release is that the case is covered in nails, scrap metal and wire. Its crazy looking, and it took me a while to figure out how to open it without cutting myself.

Moss - The Tormented

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Mystery Record #1

Mystery Record #1

This is the first mystery record, and to be honest, I feel a great choice. The idea behind this is that hopefully you will download this and maybe get into a band you might not know. Plus its kind of fun checking out something you don't know anything about. So download, enjoy, and let me know what you think... leave a comment.

???Mystery Record???


Fracture - Discography

Before Atom met the Package he was in Fracture. Some of you might recognize that name as the last track on Atom & His Package's "A Society of People Named Elihu". The song in question in "No Way DNA". In that album, Atom makes it known that an LP is ready for anyone that wants to put it out. No Idea Records answered that call, and what you get is 20 tracks of geeky pop punk.

Fracture - Discography

Ride The Electric Waves

The Futures - Electric Wave From The Underworld

In keeping with Japanese drug music I've posted this LP from The Futures. Featuring members of Jellyroll Rockheads and others. This LP is acid soaked love thrash. If Jellyroll listened to alot of Descendants and did copious amounts of drugs... this is the LP they'd make.

The Futures - Electric Wave From The Underworld

Saturday, May 2, 2009

Far East Weed Priests

No Rest For The Dead - The End Of Space

These Japanese masters of psychedelic stoner grind make their CD debut on Rich Hoak's label Deaf American Recordings. Set out to redefine the boundaries and possibilities of grindcore, The End of Space is a good start.

No Rest For The Dead - The End Of Space
The downloads on this website are posted for evaluation purposes only. Obviously, if you find something that you like you should also at the very least look into buying it as well. If something on here is yours and you would like it removed, please contact me. I'm not trying to rip anyone off... just share some things that I've enjoyed.