7/11/2014

DOWNLOAD: JUDICIARY "DEMO 2014"

More good shit from Texas Hardcore.


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7/10/2014

DOC MARTENS x TROJAN RECORDS x SPIRIT OF 69 BOX


Dr. Martens and Trojan Records have created a limited edition record box as part of The Spirit of 69 collection, made with Oxblood and Black Smooth leather and embossed with the Trojan and Dr. Martens logos.

Available 09/01/2014

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5/21/2014

VIDEO: MERAUDER "DEMENTED MINDS" (1993)

Great footage of the classic Merauder line-up, featuring Minus on vocals, playing an unreleased song, "Demented Minds".

5/15/2014

STREAM: CORROSION OF CONFORMITY "THE NECTAR"

New Corrosion Of Conformity song, "The Nectar" off their new record IX (Candlelight) due out June 24th. Those anticipating the record's release should also watch some great studio footage that's been posted over the months here.

5/09/2014

VIDEO: PUNK THE CAPITAL (KICKSTARTER)



A documentary that explores how Punk took hold in Washington D.C., from 1976 through the harDCore explosion of the early 1980s.

PUNK THE CAPITAL, STRAIGHT FROM WASHINGTON D.C.

When punk swept into Washington D.C. in the late 1970s, an explosive scene emerged with uncompromising attitudes and powerful new sounds. The ideas and music which grew out of that time continue to have a profound impact, resonating around the world. More than 10 years in the making, filmmakers Paul Bishow and James Schneider are completing a long-awaited documentary about that seminal moment: Punk the Capital, Straight from Washington D.C.

Punk the Capital takes us to the heart of why D.C. Punk has such staying power. For those who are already aware of this inspiring and influential story, Punk the Capital provides a fresh perspective and in-depth portrait of how D.C. Punk began, full of newly discovered footage and personal accounts, directed by two of D.C.'s veteran filmmakers. For those who do not know much about Washington D.C. culture or why D.C. Punk matters, this film will be a must-see.

Focusing on the period between 1976 and 1985, this documentary explores how D.C. Punk gained momentum and an affirmative, creative and constructive community emerged. At the core of the film is an artist's co-op called Madams Organ. It was a space of possibility, like punk itself, where the foundations of a remarkable scene took form. The Organ was a place where generations and musical genres mixed and it became the launching pad for the D.C. harDCore movement.

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4/23/2014

VIDEO: THE PROMISE "THE KISS OFF" (LAST SHOW)

05/29/2005. The Promise played our last show in Syracuse, NY at The Lost Horizon. Close to 10 years later, I finally have a copy of the footage.

This was the last song we ever played.