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|When Punk And Metal Mix Well|
I've been listening to lot of crust punk/grindcore/crossover thrash. These are a couple of bands and their albums i've been digging. Kickass riffs, weird post-punk experiments, blast-beats galore, it's all here.
Extreme Metal + Hardcore Punk goodness :)
The essential punk/metal album. I prefer this one over their earlier Killing Joke influenced stuff. Scary stuff.
|2|| ||Extinction Of Mankind|
The Nightmare Seconds
This album is just pure kickass. Not one weak track here, riffs are to die for. Crust Punk from UK, released 2004.
I would suggest these guys or Amebix, if you want to get into more extreme punk.
|3||Extreme Noise Terror|
A Holocaust In Your Head
Track 1 - Out of time blast-beats, Heavily distorted powerchords, Low as fuck grunts.
Recommended for Grindcore fans!
The Only Good Punk Is A Dead One
One of John Peel's favourite bands, and Jeff Walker's pre-Carcass band to boot. You wouldn't go wrong with these guys, just get the fucking album.
Hear Nothing, See Nothing, Say Nothing
The band and album that spawned numerous d-beat bands across the planet. Rightly so, the grinding guitars, the d-beat, and fears of a nuclear holocaust being brought out. It's all good, so go get that spiked Discharge jacket that's been lying for years in your closet, and flex your middle finger to the system once again.
The most non-PC album i have ever heard. And if you don't like it, let me put it as Ice-T did very eloquently,
"You can suck my muthaf**kin' d***"
Highlights: KKK Bitch, There Goes The Neighbourhood, Cop Killer.
The most bizarre hardcore punk record of the 80s. With an unstable vocalist like Sakevi who has no qualms chasing the audience around with a flamethrower, and a guitarist who really belongs to a speed metal band, this is RECOMMENDED. Atleast, give this one a listen.
The entire disco of these Swedish crust punks. Recommendo.
You all know why.....,.
|10|| ||Deviated Instinct|
Crust Punk pioneers, what do you get when you mix death metal with hardcore punk? Rock N' Roll Conformity is a decent release too. But i would suggest this one.
Too lazy to write anything more, but if i missed a good band or record or if you want to recommend something. I'm all ears.....
|Corrosion of Conformity, Ildjarn, Absurd, Dirty Rotten Imbeciles, Napalm Death, SLAYER...|
|Agoraphobic Nosebleed/Converge - The Poacher Diaries|
|Almost forgot: Cro-Mags|
|Props on 6, Body Count are great, as is Amebix, Discharge and indeed Cro-Mags. Municipal Waste as well.|
|Awesome list...GISM is SOOOOOOOOOOOOOO GOOD. Not too big on Body Count, though, and while I absolutely LOVE Discharge, I prefer their first 3 7"s plus the WHY? EP more than anything else they put out later. |
Stuff I'd add:
from the punk side of the aisle......
Doom (one of the pioneer crust bands!), Dissystema, From Ashes Rise, His Hero Is Gone, Tragedy, Severed Head of State, Ghoul (they sound a lot like GISM), Heresy (great early powerviolence), Infest (ditto), Kakistocracy, and Nausea
the From Ashes Rise/His Hero Is Gone/Tragedy/Severed Head of State bands all share members and have kinda similar sounds, I absolutely love them
from the metal side of the aisle:
Bone Awl (they sound like Ildjarn, which another dude recommended....great black metal/punk), newer Darkthrone has some crusty stuff that I dig, Cryptic Slaughter (amazing thrash/crossover), Hirax, Nuclear Assault, Repulsion, Terrorizer (featured members of Napalm Death, Carcass, and a bunch of other early grind bands)
lol.......hope i didn't go too overboard
|lol Motley Crue are a Punk and Glam crossover is that close enough?|
Lol, no you didn't. Thanks mate, but i can't stand the anarcho-punk stuff. Doom are amazing, just got hold of Dissystema. Meanwhile, check out this Singapore crust band called Pazahora, nice neo-crust sound in the vein of Tragedy......
Cryptic Slaughter are FAST, proto-grindcore hehe.
My first band in rock n' roll :)
|oh god i feel bad for not having these...|