let's get this shit started! Share your favorite artists and hook homies up with recs. take it easy.
I've been listening to 80s/90s crust and early grind recently, along with some of the d-beat that fed into it (like pic related).
Pic was Anti Cimex (forgot there was no writing on the cover)
Enjoyed this Antisect too.
Here are some of my favourite early Punk Rock records
Not the same poster here, but I definitely agree.
Talking of Dischord bands, Q and Not U are obviously great, but I only recently discovered The Elusive – Sometimes Sounds Collapse (an earlier project with Chris Richards and John Davis).
Cardiacs, Captain Beefheart, Deerhoof, The Kinks, Butthole Surfers, Bygones, Midori, Samuel Hobo, The Stick Men, Ween, You Slut!, Ad Naseam, Naked City, Avril Lavigne, Chrome, Descendents, Hella, Korekyojin, Lightning Bolt, Melt-Banana, Minutemen, Monks, Planets, The Beatles, The Sonics, The White Stripes, U.S. Maple, BATS, Death Grips, Etron Fou Leloublan, Pez, Polvo, Wire, Adebisi Shank, Minor Threat, Kräldjursanstalten, The Pop Group, This Heat, the list goes on...
Also watch that compilation when you have time. The concert footage is well put together and jap punks go hard. The vocalist of gauze is chugging a beer while he's doing one of his sets and he stumbles all over the place.
I fucking love it
Also I would like to make /punk/ a regular thing
I know /HC/ used to be a thing but it died
I always wanted to see conversations about punk on this board so I decided to start making these threads
If you can monitor the threads like you say and regularly, that would be a big help :)
Almost all early Japanese hardcore is modeled after Disorder and early Chaos UK who are both English bands, the Japs just take the Disorder sound and play it through blow out amps with layers and layers of feedback.
i like the attitude i've seen in jap punks too. they seem nihilistic and rebellious as fuck. i think it's all the conformity in mainstream japanese culture that drives them. i happen to be going to kobe japan, and i study japanese. i tried talking to people in the japanese thread on /int/ but they're huge dicks
Why are Lumpy fans so disgusting? I don't wanna go see a punk show and stand next to a dozen smelly crust punks high on MDMA have sex in the middle of the pit.
what's wrong with a good ol' devil horn gesture?
amebix, anti cimex too! they have such good taste!
take this crow!
it has the drummer from GISM
i dont kno why, but there is a huge quiet space after the 7th song "and the death singing in the wind"
is early metallic hardcore approved?
this shit is really fucking good:
I figured, even though people often dismiss my post if I call it "metalcore"
What people often don't realize how good some metalcore, especially early stuff, can be
glad you liked it
check out deadguy too: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mo0uMJ0hchA
I'm currently listening to black metal but I wouldn't really consider myself either
Hell, the most shows I go to are doom metal shows
you might know this one already: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xhic5hZN-zM
if not then you probably like it as well
That's a compliment
(Not true btw)
When this local band called The American Jobs played. They burned a bunch of sage in the middle of the stage, the singer wore this full body mesh suit, and they played this deranged sounding tribal post punk over mind altering loops
Guys I want to hear the trashiest punk you know. I'm a sucker for stuff like The Bananas - Forbidden Fruit and New Bomb Turks - Destroy Oh Boy
oops i based my rec off of the flaming tsunamis sound i don't have recs like void sorry, if only crust pants chan was on right now. but still check out chocking victim and leftover crack. good ska shit.
Thanks for the recs guys. They're good, but not exactly what I'm looking for. I want something that sounds like the musicians are very drunk and can barely play their instruments. Something like The Oblivions, or this song:
we must have different opinions of what trashy is. i still learn about new punk when i come on here. that's one reason why i started these threads. i also wanted to discover new punk music. also i felt the board needed this general. if crust pants chan was on, he would probably hook you up with an on point rec. my knowledge of punk is mainly 70's punk, 80's hardcore, and crust shit.
I heard the NYC hardcore scene isn't dead. I was recommended some current bands around Christmas but I forgot them. Would anyone like to discuss NYC hardcore with me? I've been jamming the 80's bands lately like Agnostic Front, Cro-Mags, Sick of it all, Murphy's Law, etc.
I'm digging this
That's ok man, I'm glad any punk discussion is happening here that isn't just the usual over discussed post punk (although I love post punk too, it just gets tiring)
yeah i love post punk i am huge joy division fan but usually this board tends to circle jerk the same shit, i just think it's good to see the type of punk discussion we got going here on this board.
Computer Magic - Discography
>The entirety of Computer Magic's discography
>Insanely relaxing synthpop, similar to plucky video game music
Requesting any Ray Charles albums (no greatest hits crap) archive has none, that I saw.
Hey senpai I'm really new to punk, but I've been getting into blackened crusty stuff from black metal. What are some really awesome crust punk bands with anarchist or anarcho primitivist lyrics? So far I've enjoyed Corrupt Leaders, Scumpulse, Iskra, Primitive Man, We Came Out Like Tigers, Anopheli, and Fall of Efrafa.
>What are some really awesome crust punk bands with anarchist or anarcho primitivist lyrics?
Axiom and Disrupt are two big ones, Detestation as well. If you like black metal tinged crust try Sanctum, their On The Horizon album is really good.
>looking for more straight hc stuff like Void, Poison Idea, Ampere, Bad Brains if anyone has recs much appreciated
>does anyone know of any other punk artists that are as out there as GG?
I've been listening to a lot of early 90's to early 2000's stuff
The Distillers, Against All Authority, Leftover Crack, The Unseen, The Gits.
And a bit of psychobilly. Horrorpops, Tiger Army, Creepshow .
I can't stand that the Distillers are hated on for sounding like Rancid.
If you replace The Distillers with the interrupters, then you have a point. Seeing as well, a member of the interrupters is part of Transplants, and well that Tim Armstrong produced the debut album
If you guys want some good punk check out the infested, choking victim, the casualties, the suicide machines, etc I got more to rec
Aspects of war anyone?https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8_KxqmiZVUA
I might go ride my skateboard later while I jam some hardcore. I used to be really good, but I stepped off the board for a while. I recently deciding to take it up again. Skating and punk kinda go hand in hand sometimes.
Today is payday for me !
That means i can eat any food i want! Even snacks!
My best friend is skate fanboy, and its always punk related, we live in ohio so hes drug me to skatopia even
Ahh, doom, a classic.
I will rec then classic british crust.
Extreme noise terror-retro bution
Deviated Instinct- rock and roll conformity
Sore throat- unhindered by talent
Concrete sox- youre turn next
Disorder- under the scapel blade/perdition
All of these albums are on YouTube
Picked the jist of my punk A-Z:
>Regular great albums
* New release
>AFI - Answer That And Stay Fashionable (alt. All Hallows EP.)
>Against Me! - Reinventing Axl Rose (alt. Burn EP. or Cavalier Eternal)
>Anti Flag - A New Kind of Army
>Bad Brains - I Against I
Bad Religion - Suffer
Black Flag - Damaged
>The Clash - London Calling
Descendents - Milo Goes To College/Bonus Fat
Dead Kennedys - Give Me Convinience Or Give Me Death
>The Distillers - Coral Fang
>Dillinger Four - Versus God
>Drips - Drips
>The Exploited - Fuck The System
>Iggy Pop - The Anthology (Might as well go for this one for Iggy)
* Hold Fast - Bipolar https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jeS7tOjiCOM
>Kvelertak - Kvelertak
>Lagwagon - Double Plaidinum
MC5 - Kick Out The Jams
>Millencolin - Pennybridge Pioneers (alt. Same Old Tunes)
Misfits - Famous Monsters (alt. Static Age)
NOFX - Punk in Drublic (alt. The Decline)
Offspring - Smash
>Pennwise - Land Of The Free (alt.
>Propagandhi - How To Clean Everything (alt. Less Talk More Rock)
Ramones - Ramones
Rancid - Rancid (alt. ...And Out Come The Wolves)
Refused - The Shape Of Punk To Come)
Richard Hell & The Voidoids - Blank Generation
>Rise Against - Revolutions Per Minute
Sex Pistols - Never Mind The Bollocks
>Social Distortion - Social Distortion
Stiff Little Fingers - Inflammable Material
>Sick Of It All - Blood, Sweat And Tears
Sublime - Sublime
>Tiger Army - (III: Ghost Tigers Rise)
>T.S.O.L. - Divided We Stand
The Undertones - The Undertones
That's only from what I have in my shelves. There's a bunch of great albums by others, like The Adolescents, Bodyjar, The Damned, The Germs, etc.
I'm not very updated on the punk scene desu. If it isn't local, or old, I probably haven't heard it.
Discharge and anti cimex are core classics.
Skitsystem, avskum,mob 47, crucifix, moderat likvidation.
Alot of contemporary bands draw influence fron d beat as well, like tragedy and disfear
Still haven't managed to find anything better than this. Sorry lads
if you think this album is punk please go and stay go
i find the lack of X in this thread disturbing
saw X at the Masquerade and also Exene with the Original Sinners at Star Bar
These are my fav two interviews
Islington squatter punks
Amebix disorder interview from the movie UK/DK
>huge punk fan
>lives in hotlanta
>used to skate but not much recently
Bro are you seriously me? Also what are some shows you have seen recently or would really like to see before the masquerade has to relocate?
i wanted to go to venom today but looks like i'm going to miss that (ok to mention venom here due to punk influence in sound)
i saw pennywise, stiff little fingers, the offspring, and bad religion last may. most recently i went to a black metal show. i saw mayhem and rotting christ.
So much recent punk in this thread I feel like i ought to contribute. Hers's some of what I've been digging.
what were some of everyone's favorite releases from last year? I didn't really hear anything that caught my ear but I wasn't paying much attention.
Big Ups are great man, never see them talked about on /mu/
Can someone rec me something like Against Me! - "True Trans Soul Rebel" ?
I mostly hangout in /metal/ and elsewhere, but I really like the emotional vibe of this song. Sorry if it's a bit entry level for /punk/
I'm really excited for them to start releasing new material. I know they've been working on their next lp and I loved that single they released but they haven't really given any more info
>What was everyone's favorite album from last year?
>What are you looking forward to in 2016?
Pic related was my favorite release in 2015. 2016 is looking great too. New caught in a crowd, true love, mizery, weekend nachos (final album ;_;), mindset, bent life, higher power, and power trip to name a few.
What does /mu/ think of Cock Sparrer?
Or Oi! subgenre of punk?
Has anyone heard "we're coming back" by them?
Posting some other great 2015 stuff
>Gag - America's greatest Hits
>Suburban Scum - Ultimate Annihilation (idc about the controversy, forgive and move on, this album ripped)
>Stick Together - S/T
>No Tolerance - You Walk Alone
>Violent Reaction - Marching On
>Red Death - Permanent Exile
>Gay Kiss - Preservation Measures
>Forced Order - Vanished Crusade
>Chain Rank - Up Against the Walls
>Blind Justice - Undertow
>Severe - Distorted Views
literally just found out about these guys, this is pretty sick powerviolence from 2015.
>my parents hate eachother and I feel like I can't love the both of them now, and turns out my father has a completely different family from us
punk music for this feel?
The quality of GG's actual records depended entirely on whichever band he was backed by at the time as he didn't care about music as much as he cared about the message. Some of it is really fucking bad, yeah, but even then it's an interesting insight into the mind of the man.
I like his country and noisepunk shit the best.
I need to listen to more Hank Williams Sr. when I halve time. This was GG's biggest influence during his country period. He could relate to him, being a loner and an alcoholic. To my knowledge I think Hank Williams III really liked GG, and even dubbed him "the biggest outlaw of alltime"
Hank wood and the hammerheads
francis harold and the holograms
80s punk should not be /mu/ core. contemporary punk is where its at
>against all Authority
>a global threat
>little bit of Void
>I need to listen to more Hank Williams Sr. when I halve time.
Darby was a beautiful man.
Thanks for sharing anon
I would be talking about modern punk more if my knowledge was more up to date
One of the reasons that I started this general was that I wanted to learn about new punk too
Since I'm a full time loser now, I'm trying to make it a policy to check out every band mentioned in these threads
The users and your knowledge are what make these threads
Without you guys, this general would have been nothing
I'm surprised it's doing as well as it has
As we start getting more users to clock in, the quality of the threads should improve and hopefully, everyone will be walking away satisfied with seeing some content that they wanted to see
There's also Dawn Of Humans, Sexdrome(shame they broke up, but a perfect discography left behind), Dogmatist and Condominium.
It would be nice if Raspberry Bulbs released something new this year.
Check out this label.
What did you guys think about Tenement's last album? I liked it, but I can't decide if releasing an experimental double album is the most or least punk thing you could do
Really enjoying this band. This band was mentioned in one of the threads during the embryonic stage of this general. Here's something for all of you looking for new punk.
ah thanks man.
As a young cunt it takes time to discover all the classics, it can be really easy to miss important bands only because you havent found them yet.
Lists like this really help