I spent a very pleasant few hours in the company of around 100 other folk and three cracking bands a few weeks ago. As well as the ageless Subhumans, support came from local loudmouthed ska-punkers Spanner and the superbly shouty Grand Collapse (my first chance to see 'em in action - very impressed by their [...]
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For the first time in nearly 30 years, one of the most intense bands from the first wave of @-punk took to the stage and blew 400 minds. The Mob are back. And this time round, they've got the kit to really do their sound justice. Mark even smiled! Sure, there were [...]
Here's the second part of the interview done by Deefekt (Kismet HC) with Bobs from AM. If you missed the first part, you can read it here.
The Interview Part 2
Dee: Right, let's take it back a bit and delve into the beginnings of your exposure into this seedy world of Punk Rock, what was the [...]
Here are a handful of shots from crusty hardcore punks Born/Dead's last ever gig on UK soil. It was a belter of a night and a great way for the band to go out. I'd almost forgotten that I had these but better late than never eh? I'm crap at editing and sharing pics (that's [...]
I've recently been chatting with Mr Dee Fekt, drummer for the ageless Kismet HC and Death Zone pop combos. KHC went on a mini-tour a few weeks ago with Active Minds, old punks in their own right, and visited some of our nearby European neighbours. Seeing as they were sharing stage space and personal hygiene [...]