Ideologically speaking, we’ve got an issue with recommending a cassette release. You can stick your format-fetishism down the darkest hole you can find – tapes are rubbish. Thankfully, the likes of Caïna and Esoteric Youth realise that people like us exist, so when they decided to put out a split EP on tape, they made sure that anyone buying it would also get a link to download it digitally as well.
Misanthropic blackened hardcore from Manchester, England. The Burden of Living out now on Church of Fuck and Moshtache records. Read more on Last.fm
Esoteric Youth on Thrash Hits
September 25th, 2013
We like Church Of Fuck. That’s why we featured them way back almost a year ago as part of our Label Profile series. They’re responsible for some seriously nasty, crusty, blackened evil sounding noise, and now they’ve only gone and put together a massive fourteen track label sampler that you can get your grubby mitts on for the entirely reasonable price of sod all.
November 19th, 2012
When we first heard of Church Of Fuck, we had a bit of chuckle. Then we looked at what kind of records they were releasing – dirty, ugly, crusty grind and metal, including several who we’ve raved about in the past – we stopped chuckling and just started grinning. A big, fat, these-bands-are-heavy-and-evil-and-we-love-it kind of grin. And once we’d gotten over that, we realised that Church Of Fuck was the perfect label for us to bring back out long, long, long-neglected Label Profile column. We dropped an line to Oliver Goodland, the man in charge, to get the inside story on the label so far…