Nukkehammer found you going for the throat on some D-beat shit. Vile Gash isn’t too far away from Nukkehammer, from a sonic standpoint. Yeah, Vile Gash gets seen in a completely different light than Nukkehammer because of the Youth Attack connection, but essentially, you are right, they are pretty similar. Vile Gash just has more of a negative Midwest US hardcore '80s vibe, like Negative Approach or something like that.
Not Nukkehammer Not Nukkehammer Not nukke Hammer I gots me a ukulele It's Ukkehammer!! I like selection I like some eggs The only thing better than a lemon Is a lemon with legs. I slipped in water I got a shiner But, before I knew it, Matt Miner applied a piner! No longer bruised No longer bruised No long ger bruised I now have a tropical fruit No longer bruised!! I grab my fruit Head to the door. I turn back around because there's something more. Matt loads my bag with goodly sweet But, I'm gonna grill it It goes real well with meat.
Nukkehammer - Soviet Rust Belt EP (SPHC-17) by SPHC Records, released 03 December 2014 1. Soviet Rust Belt 2. Helltorn and Depraved 3. Charred Forrest . 4. Savage Winter 5. Wretched Skylines 6. Kremlin Panzzer 7. Atom Breath (SPHC-17) (USA) Rebuild the fuckin wall and trade all your warheads for hard drugs, after two hyped demo tapes, Nukkehammer finally drops their first vinyl release. Similar style as the demos, slightly cleaned up sound but still so dark, so raw, so bombastic. Includes high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Paying supporters also get unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app. Purchasable with gift card.
Nukkehammer - Soviet Rust Belt demo Oath of Cruelty - Altar of Impalement demo Sepultura - Chaos . Tangerine Dream - Phaedra (promo) White Guilt - Demo II. Back to top. dAHMER. Joined: 04 Sep 2009 Posts: 2296. Posted: Wed Mar 06, 2019 7:50 am Post subject: treebeard wrote: Nukkehammer - Soviet Rust Belt demo.
Therefore we just entered our rehearsal space and took a long weekend to record all the songs on the album. Later on Ralf also mixed the songs. This feels quite comfortable, as we always have full control of the outcome when it comes to sound, mix and atmosphere of the recording session.
Whether the album is being heavy and malevolent or brazen and spirited, it’s fairly difficult to resist. The small touches, from a band not necessarily known for them, are what solidify the irresistible factor. A perfect production (100% clear with 0% sheen), key bass flairs, ucking-solid drumming from Fenriz, and unpretentiously layered vocals all help to make Darkthrone sound more like a full live unit than just about every band with more members who actually do play live.
|A1||End It All Now / Warheads For Coke||2:51|
|A2||Pigs All The Time||0:40|
|A3||Tank 2012 / S.C.U.D.||1:52|
|A4||Charred Forrest, U.S.S.A.||1:13|
|B1||End It All Now / Warheads For Coke||2:51|
|B2||Pigs All The Time||0:40|
|B3||Tank 2012 / S.C.U.D.||1:52|
|B4||Charred Forrest, U.S.S.A.||1:13|
NotesThis is the 1st pressing: 100 MADE ON RED, PRINTED, CHROME CASSETTES.
INCLUDES SILK SCREENED OBI, SPRAY PAINTED AND SILK SCREENED CASES, AND CARD STOCK J-CARD INLAY.
There was also a 2nd pressing in Feb. 2009 with different artwork.