Wednesday, 15 April 2009

Some vids

I'm kinda disorganised and don't put labels on things and so stuff often gets lost and forgotten about until I take it into my head to go have a rake about in a box of old CDRs like today.
Some fairly interesting stuff cropped up on one innocuous looking silver disc among a bunch of random mp3 files were these few vid clips from some shows I filmed around 2002-2004 (I would think).

Good Clean Fun - Victory Records Suck. live in Drouthy Neebours in Dundee:

Good Clean Fun - On The Streets Saving The Scene From The Forces Of Evil. live in Drouthy Neebours in Dundee:

One Car Pile-Up - Torn (Yes that Natalie Imbruglia song), live in Leven:

Dillinger 4 - ?, live in Haddington:

can't wait to see what I find on some of these other discs now...

Saturday, 11 April 2009

This Is Scotland Not LA

The last paper issue I did of ENZK was back in 2005 and mainly focused on the Scottish hardcore scene at that time. I put it out with this compilation CD as well so folk could hear the bands not just read about them. My computer crashed in 2006 and I lost all the files for the zine so I can't put that up although I'm sure they are on a CD somewhere...
Anyway here's the compilation enjoy. This Is Scotland Not LA

Saturday, 4 April 2009

Nightmare Visions - Prophecy demo

Got this demo through tape trading with Andy the guitarist/vocalist who was also in the Electro Hippies and Metal Duck, he put some live Metal Duck on a tape for me when I got the Metal Duck demo(I'll get round to putting those up sometime) and popped this on too, so I don't have an actual cover for it. I got it about 89 but I think it was recorded in 87, the band itself started in 83. It's grindy death metal with a really grungey sludgey sound to it. The band is actually still going and have released a few albums now with a cleaner and more epic death metal style these days, though Andy's vocals are still as guttural.

Nightmare Visions - Prophecy demo #2

Nightmare Visions - myspace