Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Portraits of the Past & Bleed Split 7" 1993

My first vynil rip from Joe Jacksons collection.

Bleed, from PA has very very little information available for them on the internet, but i do know that they were a vegan band.

Portraits of the past is actually still a band, and i believe are still active from san francisco CA

Sunday, February 21, 2010

xDelegatex Demo 2010

We just got done recording this, and it turned out pretty well i think. Fuck trying to sell em, we're giving em out to anyone that wants them. Get your's here!

2-humanity virus
3-nothing left
5-God's not real


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Sunday, January 24, 2010

xheadstrongx: the greatest expression of all emotion

my cousin had this cd in his collection, and i never heard of the band, nor have i even been able too find anything about it on the net, so, im gonna throw it up! its from 98 or 99 i cant remember and came out of california. good stuff!

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Skycamefalling: to forever embrace the sun...

Thanks to Trevor at GCA for motivating me to put this up. One of my top 5 favorite bands, too bad I'm a young fuck that didn't getta see em play a show. This EP was released in 98 by Good Life Recordings. enjoy!

Tuesday, January 12, 2010


Joe Jackson's lovely wife bought him a vynil to mp3 comverter kid for christmas, and he needs someone to help him with using it! what does this mean? it means we are going too get A LOT of good, old hardcore that is nearly IMPOSSIBLE too find anywhere else! so stayed tuned kids!!

Monday, January 11, 2010

re: neglect

sorry for taking forever to remove the post, we have been inactive for far too long it seems. well, ima work on that. thanks for the feedbakc guys glad too see people are into it!!

Wednesday, July 1, 2009


some of the best hardcore i've heard. huge influence in bands like all else failed, and 108. give them a listen!

Wednesday, June 24, 2009

sons of abraham - ex Glassjaw members

looking for some great nineties hardcore? here it is. sons of abraham is one of the many crazy nineties hardcore acts that really sticks out too me. check it out!

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

new blog on the tattoo shop im workin in

checkout A Way Of Life Tattoo blog when/if you have the chance too. some awesome big pieces comin out from the guys, stop on by and listen too some good tunes at least eh? 1792 south state

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Sorry for the inactivitty

I'm trying to hunt down a couple cds that I think you guys would enjoy.

Sorry for the inconvience.

Thursday, April 16, 2009


The heaviest band of the 90s hardcore era, and overall my favorite band of all time. so many releases and they never changed their overall sound. its amazing. - Brothers Keeper Split.rar - The Confession.rar - Existence In Suicide - If God Only Knew the Rest Were Dead - -

Monday, March 30, 2009

Joe Coffee...You know, Sheer Terror's Other band.

This is for those who like old fashion, blue collar, punkrock hardcore. I think a mix between social distortion, and sheer terror(figures), probably cause it is the other band from sheer terror. I am pretty addicted to this CD, and I really can't figure out a really detailed way to describe it except GOOD!

Click for sharefolder. Joe Coffee - Bright as the Stars We're Under

Sunday, March 29, 2009

If I'm going out to kill somebody, I'm listening to Aftershock first

In all seriousness though, this cd is fucking awesome! From the creepy, danny-elfmanesque instrumentals, to the terrifying vocals, of course you really have hard time understanding what the hell he's saying unless he's talking but whatever. That goes with a lot of bands. I guess if your really that curious you can go hunt down the lyrics somewhere, but I think it's fair enough to say that the music definitely over shadows the vocals. It is utterly intense. Also if you happen to be a fan of killswitch engage...HEY LOOKY THERE! IT'S THE GUITARIST FROM KILLSWITCH ENGAGE. But overall this band is a lot grittier, and better in my opinion.

DISCLAIMER: There happens to be a lot of bands with the name Aftershock. I happened to order one off the internet thinking it was a rare cd by this band and got a totally different band that pretty much amounts to some shitty rap metal band that was god awful, and should be kept away from ears of the general public. Please be careful.

Click on link for sharefolder.Aftershock - Through the Looking Glass

Wednesday, February 25, 2009


ForTheLoveOF...This was another one of those instances where I passed a CD in the used section of Hastings and was intrigued by the cover, and the title "feasting on the will of humanity". It was only for $2.99 so I thought eh what the hell, if I don't like it I can throw it out the car window. Boy do they kick ass. New Jersey produces some good bands.
If you are a fan of harvest then you'll probably enjoy these guys a little bit more.

Click here for sharefolder. ForTheLoveOF-Feasting on the Will of Humanity

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Cave in

heavy. pretty much the only way to describe this one. its fucking great. In - Beyond In - Until Your Heart

All Else Failed

Listen too these albums and i bet they will be your favorites. if not your fucking crazy. Else Failed - A Most Bitter Else Failed - This Never


Awesome 90's band. extremely pissed off and just another favorite! The Seraphim

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Morning Again - The Fallen...The Few That Remain

Best thing to ever come out of the state of Florida. I remember my friend, Tyler, introduced to this band a couple years ago, and bought me this CD for 3 bucks at a merch stand. Though I can't remember what show it was this is one of those bands who seriously brought me over into the love of 90's hardcore/metal bands. Such a unique sound.

If you are a fan of Earth Crisis, and Cherem then you will probably love these guys.

Click for Share Folder. Morning Again - The Fallen...The Few That Remain

Friday, January 16, 2009

Tamerlane...hell yeah

Honestly what can you say about a band with a myspace URL like "gofuckyourself"? Actually a whole fucking lot. In anticipation for the new recordings to come out I decided to put this bands old demo into the share folder.
I have no problem jocking these fellas up cause they deserve every bit of it. If you have never seen a Tamerlane show in Salt Lake, then you are missing out on possibly the greatest show on earth (Barnum & Bailey can get fucked). Hell, if you live in Salt Lake and have never witnessed Tamerlane live, even if it was for a song and a half at the Addicted Cafe, then you are without excuse and should probably relocate to a place more panzy-ass to your fitting.
The demo starts off with an powerful instrumental, and doesn't stop there. It's intensely emotional, and probably some of the most pissed off music ever to grace my ears. Pretty vocals, sinister yells, guitarists that know there are more than 2 strings on their instruments, and it's all wrap up nicely with a Lifeless cover at the end.

Now there isn't a lot of bands who sound like these guys, but if you like Starkweather and Section 8, you'll probably enjoy them.

Video courtesy of Grudge City Activities

Tamerlane from Grudge City Activities on Vimeo.

Click For Share Folder. Tamerlane - MARCH 12, 1977 - NOVEMBER 14, 1995

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Enrage from Staten Island

Truth be told, I don't know very much about this band. I know they are from Staten Island and they just barely reunited.
I happened to see a copy of one of their cds in the used section at Hastings. You know with a name like enrage, and a picture on the back was similar to a picture you would find taken at a hardcore show, I thought I'd gamble and pay the 5 bucks to own it. I'm pretty impressed. The riffs were pretty old school, although the vocals got on my nerves, they soon grew on me.
Definitely worth a listen if you happen to be a fan of Life of Agony.

Click for share folder. Enrage - Empty