Two page Sick of It All interview originally from Reflections Fanzine Issue N012.
Not sure where this interview came from so I do apologise.
Reflections N012 from 1999 has the In My Eyes interview that will follow.
What follows is a Uniform Choice interview, I can’t remember the source so I apologise to whoever made this zine.
What follows is a Minor Threat interview from Inside View N02 from 1983.
What follows is a Swiz interview originally in Hands Up N03.
A little interview with Pushead originally from Maximum Rock N Roll issue N08 from 1983.
What follows is an interview with Mark Mckay from Slap Shot originally from Sudden Death N01.
Before all of this happened and sent the world into lockdown and even during the current situation people have still managed to release so killer music I decided to compile a little list of some good stuff with a vague little description, I hope you enjoy it.
Last Straw – Youngblood’s newest members bringing some straight up youth crew hardcore punk in a familiar CT styling, I am biased because I love youth crew but definitely a favourite for me.
Fyzical – Another new one to the BBB Records Roster. Arguably one of the coolest names for a straight edge band. A great mixture of stuff going on in this creating to hard hitting straight edge in your face!
Grand Scheme – Advanced Perspective are such a great label and they have delivered again, rough and heavy stomping out of Washington DC a great example of modern hardcore.
C4 – A new addition to the BBB Records roster coming out of Boston with roots in older style hardcore with added good times early 2000’s flavours.
The Boss – You want NYHC with Boston flavour, done! Florida bringing the heat with some hatred.
The Annihilated – Rough and ready, hard UK82 vibes while worshiping all the other good fast as fuck hard as fuck hardcore punk from the past generations.
NSA – Sunny Florida bringing some fast angry punk that sounds raw and noisy as if it was recorded in a basement and thats what makes its great!
Third Degree – Fast punchy hardcore with some metallic NYHC elements and angry fuck you punk attitude, not the usual CT style but still a great demo.
Sanctuary of Praise – Hailing from the UK, dreamy shoegaze wrapped in some noisy post punk goodness, a nice break from hardcore, a cool name too!
If you think there are some bands I have missed or that should be on here, drop me a line and I can always make a part two, I always enjoy finding new music.