Thursday, November 19, 2009


If you know me, then you know my love for this movie (and if you don't, see my review elsewhere on this blog). One of the things i like the most about this movie is its score, by renowned composer Basil Poledouris (Conan The Barbarian, Red Dawn, etc..). Judging by the download tracker mediafire has you all love soundtracks, and so do i, so here's the soundtrack to my favorite movie ever, Robocop.

Robocop - Original Soundtrack - Basil Poledouris

Bastard Party - Demo '09

Here is Bastard Party's demo. Bastard Party was a one time project (actually this band lasted for maybe an hour) and too bad, they're like a fucking regional supergroup. Featuring members of Globsters, Queerwulf, Jacuzzi Suicide, Hadaka Matsuri, and others, these 3 songs are currently some of my favorite things to listen to. some of the punkest fucking punk rock ever. shit like this is what scummified is all about... guaranteed crowd pleaser's like "Gentlemen, Start Your Boners". get it now!

pack a bowl for Jesus!!

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Globsters - Totally Punk 7"

Here is Globster's first 7", the appropriately titled "Totally Punk". for those who have no idea what this is, it is my good friend Adam Brewer, armed with samples from old punk records (plus real instruments too), and a totally, well, punk attitude. Adam is such a cool guy. He loves punk rock, punk jackets, and (i hope this doesn't embarrass him) is the only person i know who sheds his clothes as fast as he does. kind of like a nice, southeastern kentucky g.g. allin, if you will. anyways, this 7" is here, in it's entirety, complete with cover scans. 8 songs of punk fucking rock!!

here is the Globsters myspace.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Kakistocracy - An Apology 7"

Here's a recent 7'' from Kakistocracy, a regional band who, through extensive touring and good releases like this one, have made a name for themselves. This ep was released by my friend J.D.'s Humdinger Records and is still in print so get it!

Kakistocracy - An Apology 7"

Monday, November 9, 2009

Destruction - Eternal Devastation

I know this is readily available and all but this is a favorite. classic german thrash with tinny production and awkward playing at times but fuck, what riffs! Lindsay says the cover looks like "a tornado of marc bolans". If you haven't heard this and are even remotely interested in thrash, well, what are you waiting for?!

Curse....The Gods!!

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Spring Break Shark Attack

Spring Break Shark Attack were my good buddies Zack Mullins and Adam Brewer, 2 of the punkest mothers you've never heard or met. what makes them so punk? the better question is, what doesn't? this demo is 6 tracks in 7 minutes of noisy, fucked up lo-fi punk rock that is more punk than any band you can think of. S.B.S.A. lasted only about a year, and they're both still doing stuff right now (Adam's new band, Globsters, just released their first 7'' which I'm hoping to post soon!), but this is truly one from the ages. punk rock from the mountains of southeastern Kentucky. check it out!

The Abnormalities

Now that halloween is over with, let's get back to some good ol' unheard southern punk rock, this time from Abingdon, VA's The Abnormalities. Between '97 and '99 I saw these dudes and played shows with them more than probably any other band ever. Musically they remind me of Negative Approach in a way, but maybe not as tough sounding. Sadly, I haven't heard from any of them, except bassist Josh in years upon years. My friend Mike found this cd and ripped it for me, but I have no cover scans or even song names for you. Some songs are tagged with what I'm pretty sure are the names but I could be wrong. If anyone out there has scans, tracklists, old pictures of this band, anything, or if you were in this band and stumble across this, get in touch with me, I'd love to hear from any of you guys. but for now, enjoy some lost and unheard southwest virginia punk rock!

The Abnormalities - "Worthless And Unimportant" CD (1998) (link fixed 11/15/09)

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Jeffrey Combs Reads H.P. Lovecraft's "Herbert West - Re-Animator"

I meant to post this before Halloween but forgot that I uploaded it until today. This is a first for this blog, but here is Jeffrey Combs, reading H.P. Lovecraft's short story "Herbert West - Re-Animator", which, as you probably know, was made into the 1985 Stuart Gordon film simply called "Re-Animator", and which starred Mr. Combs in the role he was born to play, Herbert West. As you probably also know, Lovecraft's fiction and Gordon's film are similar only in name and some choice elements but if you enjoyed the movie and have never read the story (what?!) or enjoyed the story but didn't really care much for the movie (what?!?!) here's a little bit of the best of both worlds for you. If you didn't get this when it was out, good luck finding it now. I tried to find a link to put up to order from but the H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society doesn't have any, on Amazon there's 1 used for $128, so get it here and enjoy a classic story read by the man himself.

Jeffrey Combs Reads H.P. Lovecraft's "Herbert West - Re-Animator"