Thursday, February 7, 2013

V/A - "Music Against Humanity, vol.9"

V/A "Music Against Humanity podcast vol.9"

Track List:
  1. Heksed – Day Of The Lords (Joy Division cover)
  2. Ruinebell - The Last Morrow of Apathy
  3. AHNA - Empire
  4. Poison Mask - Graveyard World
  5. Doomsday - She Will Be The One
  6. Blood Patrol - Final Breath
  7. Versklaven - Baptism of Fire
  8. Swordwielder - World Funeral
  9. Acid Witch - The Black Witch
  10. Cornigr - Shroud of Satan
  11. Lifeform - Purity Contest
  12. Atriarch - Offerings
  13. Pyrotoxic - Cursed Midnight
  14. Absurdist - Darkness Becomes You
  15. Jackals - Iron Age Warfare
  16. Ecocide - Pain
  17. Hellisheaven - 16
  18. Tirefire - Posercaust
  19. Trencher - Vlad Tapas
  20. Volcanic Slut - Euphoria
  21. Nux Vomica - The Two
  22. Morkhimmel - Tunica Molesta
  23. Death Evocation - Relentless
  24. Nuclear Hellfrost - Hell Frost Freeze Eternal
  25. Salute - Iron River Iron Rites
  26. Asymmetric Warfare - Evolve
  27. The Secret - Darkness I Became
  28. Swamp Witch - Novem
  29. Messiahlator - Blizzard Of Saws
  30. Reason To Resist - The Fall Of Civilization!
  31. Maniac - Warfare
  32. Viper - Greed
  33. Badblood - Dust & Bone
  34. Khan - The Plague
  35. Plague Dogs - Lights Out
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The newest podcast from Music Against Humanity, featuring 35 bands of various styles. By the way, do you know anything about a band called Astaroth, which released a demo "Antichrist" not long ago? I discovered them because of M.A.H., they're playing very good raw BM, but I couldn't find much info about them. Even their location is uncertain: according to some sources, they're from Australia; according to others - from the US, and I don't exclude the possibility that there are actually two different bands under the same name. However, their logo certainly looks interesting (upd.: this graphic indeed belongs to another band, see the comments):

3 comments :

  1. Astaroth are from New Jersey, US. The graphic you posted is from an insert in the wulfkrieg tape, a bm band from New York City. Horizon Productions has released recordings from both bands, but they are otherwise unaffiliated. http://horizonproductions.bandcamp.com/album/w-lfkrieg

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    1. Thanks for the explanation. There were some recordings of Wulfkrieg sent to me not so long ago, but I haven't listened to them yet.

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  2. this compilations are awesome when im too lazy to make my own playlist

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