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Just say no! – GNOD

Mirror, the 2016 album by Manchester collective Gnod feels like the aural equivalent of Edvard Munch’s painting ‘The Scream’, it’s an album that confronts the listener with the suffering and pain that many in the second decade of the 2000s are experiencing in the UK, but it also investigates the…

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Interview with Alex from the Sillycons

On a recent jaunt to Belgium, I had the pleasure of getting to play a gig with Brugge punk outfit the Sillycons. Collectively the four-piece have been involved in the Belgian punk scene in varying guises since the ‘80s. They’ve played with the likes of UK Subs, Vice Squad and…

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Peter118 and the compatibility of punk and Christianity

Punk has never been short of strong convictions, from the Sex Pistols’ slightly incoherent class rage to The Clash’s more considered socialism to the anarchism of Crass, early punk was awash with strong beliefs, fortunately, most of them progressive. Fast forward to Anti Flag and then again to Adequate Seven.…

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Billy Tee – DONT DO DRUGS kids you hear!

So…where to begin? I guess I really started to dream about being in a band at around 8 yrs old, after getting the Adam & The Ants Prince Charming L.P as my first real record and played it on repeat on my tiny mono record player for the next 10…

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Active Slaughter and their upcoming new album release

Formed in 2001 Active Slaughter released two albums, Ave a Butchers (2003) and 4t2ude (2009) plus an EP Smash HLS (2002) before they disbanded and took an enforced hiatus in 2010. But they are back! Reforming in 2016 they released the EP Tomorrow’s Too Late in 2017 with 3 tracks that confirm that Active Slaughter has lost none of their…