Wednesday, September 25, 2019

BKR127 : 偏執症者 PARANOID - Complete Paranoid discography 2012-2017 Digipack 2 x CD is Out Now!

Complete Paranoid discography since 2012 until 2017. 50 track double cd in Digipack format. Comes with obi strip, 16 pages booklet and hidden bonus track. All track mastering by Kenko at Communichaos Media Clay Station.

偏執症者 (Paranoid) is a Swedish hardcore/raw-punk/metal band from Frösön, formed in 2012. The foundation of the band’s savagery is in the Disclose-inspired noise blended with Venom-styled black metal, conjuring a destructive vortex of violently rotating northern winds of head banging chaos and pure D-beat fury. The intense sound combines the best traditions of Swedish råpunk and loud Japanese insanity.


6-8 Taken from 'DISTORTION FAITH #1- V/A'
9-12 Taken from SPLIT w/ ABSOLUT
13 Previously unreleased
14 Taken from 'CRITICAL MASS #2 - V/A '
15 Previously unreleased
16-18 Taken from 'PUNKDEMONIUM HELL'
19 Previously unreleased
20-22 Originally by DISCLOSE
23-25 Taken from 'PRAISE NO DEITY'
26-27 Taken from ' THE NEW WAVE OF THE GRAVE NEW BEAT #2 V/A'
28 Previously unreleased
30 Originally by MISFITS


1-6 Taken from 'HARDORE ADDICT'
7-9 Taken from 'LIVE AT HAVE A GOOD LAUGH FEST 2016'
10 Previously unreleased
11-20 Taken from 'SATYAGRAHA'

*Plus a bonus hidden track.

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Monday, August 26, 2019

BKR126 : JANKY -Dead society 1983-1987 CD is out now!

80's Japanese punk from Yokohama along with Systematic Death, Mad Conflux , Toxic Noise etc A CD version from LP by FOAD records.

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Thursday, August 8, 2019

PRIVATE JESUS DETECTOR Interview by Black Konflik

Here a short interview with Belgian crust legend, Private Jesus Detector.

Hi jurgen how are you? Can you tell us more detail about PJD? Probably a history of the band please?
Summer of '89,we all played in bands before and PJD was a direct result of that.We started out as a five piece with two singers but that lasted for one gig only.We went on as a four piece band and that line up lasted till ‘93...

What is Private Jesus Detector mean? How did you guys get stucked with the name PJD? 
The name came in a dream of a friend of ours who started out as the second singer of the band,we thought it was funny but at the same time had an underlying meaning to it...anyway it has to do with doubting religion,dissolution and no longer believing in what’s been put forth as the truth,finding your own truth in life without interference from anybody else,sort of...

Are any other members’ plays with other bands?
We all played in different bands before and after PJD,Chronic Disease,Barjackers,Suffer Dammage,Katastrophobia,Ravaged,some other for sure butI can’t remember ‘em all.

When did you get interested in punk? How did punk change your outlook on life?
In the mid to late 80’s ,when I heard some HC punk stuff,can’t remember what though  ,but I was hooked, well at least for a couple of years anyway...Then I started listening to other music as well,still like punk though!!Of course it’s more than just the music ,cliché but it really changes your outlook on alot of things,and stays with you ,tho one tends to soften a bit ,I’m less radical than I was with getting older but the fire never dies ,let’s put it that way...

Tell us about punk / crust scene in Belgium, especially in 80’s-90’s?
Brilliant ,all different kinds of bands playing together ,some very engaged people,lots of great bands,lots of fun!!

How about today punk / crust scene in Belgium ?
No idea really,but from what I hear there are different scenes for every genre within punk /HC ,all is categorized and divided ,which is a shame but I’m sure that there are still good bands around ,people organizing stuff etc,perhaps on a larger scale than back then but that’s fine by me (Ieperfest springs to mind).

Do you know Disclose from Japan? One of their influences is PJD in early day, did you know that many good crust band today also influenced by PJD in their music?
Of course I know Disclose,a friend of ours was friends with Kawakami so yes I know he liked our band,pretty cool!!!Though I’m not aware of bands being influenced by us,matter of fact it’s a bit weird to hear ...people contact us still for t-shirts ,interviews etc but hey i’m not complaining!.

Do you consider your band as raw hardcore crust? How you describe PJD sound like? And what your lyrics all about?
We just never used labels of any kind to begin with,as they are stigmatising ,plain and simple!Every bill we were on we were labeled as “crust” so it got annoying after a while.I spend a week in Bradford in '91 with Brian Doom and Rich Militia,the “upper” crusties and they laughed at the word “crust”.And to be honest, the reason why I left the scene back then was mainly because I was tired of being part of something that didn't tolerate that you listened to other music,meaning that a scene that is supposed to be open minded is in fact trapped in a narrow minded way of thinking ever,you need to look a certain way to be accepted in a certain genre/scene,and yes we did fit the bill perfectly back then but eventually it got boring to me so I left and stopped wearing bands on my sleeve as it were...anyway everyone should make up their own mind about that, nothing wrong with looking the way you like.About our sound,I can be very short on that ,RAW!!!We played on shitty gear and that’s why we sounded the way we did,nothing more to it.

Did PJD share same stage with Hiatus? If yes, tell us the experience?
We played together many times ,in fact our drummer (Leffe) and the second PJD vocalist (Vrokker)sang for Hiatus for a short period of time .Fun times indeed,I used to sing a Doom cover with them every time we were on the same bill, great band and much better musicians then we ever were, but we haven’t seen each other in ages as they live in the other part of the country (Liege).

How the feedback you got for s/t cassette released in 1991? 
None, we’ll that’s not entirelly true as it was re-released by Nabate, an anarcho distribution label ,who really liked us so it got us a few gigs perhaps but nothing major, it was done really cheap on a four track machine by a friend of ours.

How many sold s/t cassette that time?
I think about 80 or so,we didn’t have enough money back then to buy more tapes ,I also made a complete lyric booklet with photo’s and stuff but not every copy had them,most of the taps were either given away to friends or sold for peanuts at gigs!

Do you listen to any metal band?
Not me but our guitarist has a metal background,though I love bands with a metal influence like Amebix,Hellbastard or Axegrinder,...and if Black Sabbath is metal well then i listen to metal for sure!! I listen to all sorts of music,mostly underground stuff but all genres (except a few of course) I compare music to ice cream,lots of different flavours to choose from!!

Did you believe people still buy physical copy?
We all have huge vinyl collections,I still buy physical constantly but times have changed and the way people listen to music these days is different from what it was,if that’s a good thing or not is up to you,I have my opinion...

Who draw PJD logo?
Sling,a very good friend and drummer for Chronic Disease amongst other bands,cool logo right? ( yeah really cool!

How can ‘Battlefields of decay’ compilation CD out? Tell us about it
Well the guy from ‘In Crust We Thrash’ (what a name!!) contacted me a couple of years ago and asked if we would do a cd with everything we had (demo,7” and compilation tracks) I did the complete lay out and that’s how it came to fruition,really thankful for that ,it came out really good plus he did some remastering in a Japanese studio,so it has never sounded better!!

Tell us about ‘Live at the Vortn’Vis leper March 16 1991’ tape? 
My memory has decided to wipe that one out I’m  afraid,but telling by the pics it must have been fun,
Vort’n Vis was a great place for bands like us ,gigs on a weekly basis and bands from all over the place(amongst many others there were Disorder, Zygote, Dirt, Nausea, No Security, Doom, Oi Polloi, ...)We were pretty full on live, really went for it if you see what I mean!

Also tell us about ‘The complete works’ Lp ?
We decided to do that one our selves, it was the first release on our own label ‘Vulle Pulle’ (Full Throttle) It came out with a booklet and the first hundred were on blue vinyl,the rest on black (400) it had a second pressing with a different sized insert.It’s basically the demo and the 7”.

“How evil can one get?” EP anything want to share?
Ah yes,well that was the first and last time we ever entered a “real” studio,fun but recorded in a hurry as we had limited funds back then,we recorded those 6 tracks in one 3 or 4 hour session and the second day we went in to do the mixing ourselves.It turned out ok but it needed more depth and it’s a shame we never got to record the last tracks we did,our guitarist had them on tape but they got lost over the years,some really good tunes on that tho!!Urban Alert did two different versions of the 7”,one with the regular sleeve (525 copies) and another numbered edition of 30 copies with the Christ logo on it,which we knew nothing about,but got hold of them eventually!Also it was recorded in ‘92 but only released in ‘94 due to the sleeve taking up alot of time,so in the end we went for a different design done by Filip Daschot,great artist/painter still to this day!!

Did PJD doing tour? 
Well we were supposed to do a tour in the UK,but upon arrival nothing was organized and no one knew anything about it,we had a great time after all (played with Disaster at their rehearsel in the 1 in 12 club in Bradford) met some really nice people but a shame it was a disaster tour wise...We also did a couple of shows with concrete Sox on their tour but nothing more,we only played 25 gigs in our short period of existance!

What you want to do before die?
Live my life I guess...enjoy it to the fullest ,stay true to myself and the ones I love ,most important thing there is i think...

Ok buddy anything else you’d like to add throw it down here! Any last words?
Well for those who are new to PJD and have never heard the band ,here’s the link to our bandcamp page ,and to our website .But apart from that,it is really cool that people like yourself set themselves apart from the norm and do their own thing, whatever it may be, believe in who you are, what you represent and what you do, and don't let the bastards grind you down!!

Tuesday, August 6, 2019

BKR125 : STAGNATION - !!! Cassette is out now!!!

Tokyo noisecore heroes with 3 track violence craziness of DISORDER in their blood! Limited 150 copies only.

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Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Prophecy Of Doom - Insanity Reigns Supreme CD review by Record Boy ( Japan )

* Credit to Satoru from Record Boy for this review, you can use google translate for English version.

このところすっぱ抜きまくって調子づいてるマレーシアのBlack Konflik Recordsがまたやってくれました。近年はメタルクラスティーズにカルトな人気が高まっているイングランド・デス・メタル・ステンチ・グラインダーズ PROPHECY OF DOOMの1988年発表1stデモの初オフィシャル・リイシューdeath!!

PROPHECY OF DOOMはAXEGRINDERやDEVIATED INSTINCTが日本で大人気だった2000年代前後あたりは完全にミソッカス状態で、クラスト・パンクスにもほとんど相手にしてもらえなかったけど、クラスティーズがデス・メタルやグラインドに再接近し始めた2010年くらいになると形勢が逆転し、最も再発が待たれるバンドの仲間入りを果たしました。このリリースよりも一足先に、Boss Tuneage / Break The Connectionが遂に初期音源集アルバムのリリースをアナウンスして、1st LPやEPを収録した待望のコンピレーション・アルバムも発売が待たれていたところでしたが、その初期音源集からは外された1stデモ音源のCD化再発をBlack Konflik Recordsが発表。幻の2ndアルバム "Matrix"よりも前のグラインド・デス期を一区切りとしたいファンにととっては、Boss Tuneage / Break The Connectionの初期音源集と、このBlack Konflikのリリースの1stデモCDで、一通り網羅できますから、とりあえず一安心です。

そもそもなぜ初期音源集アルバムにこの1stデモを入れなかったんだ?と考えてしまうわけですが、長年リクエストがありながらも再発を実現しなかったバンドの思惑も読みとれるような音楽性の違いが、この1stデモにはあります。彼らの作品の中では最も非デス・メタルのグラインド色が強いサウンドで、SEPTIC DEATHのカバーもやってる通り、感覚的にはWEHRMACHT, REPULSION, ELECTRO HIPPIES, UNSEEN TERROR, NAPALM DEATH, etcと似た雰囲気のスピードコア・グラインド状態です。この後、Prophecy RecordsやDeaf Recordsといった初期デス・メタルのカルト・レア・クラシックを多く輩出したレーベルから作品を発表して聴かせていた、あの独特のステンチな感触とは異なり、ハードコアがスピード志向で先を行っていた当時のUKバンドらしいスタイルだと言えます。UKグラインド/デス・メタル黎明期の混沌とした過激志向を垣間見たい初期デス・メタル・ファンから、当時を実体験したハードコア・スラッシュ・マニアックスにまでオススメの再発death!!限定350枚だそうなので油断なきようお願いします!!


Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Stig and Zygote

Nice photo from Stig Miller ( Zygote / Amebix ). CD still available at :

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

BKR122 : PROPHECY OF DOOM - Insanity reigns supreme CD is out now!!!

Prophecy Of Doom first demo in 1988 .Limited 350 pressing only with Obi strip.

PROPHECY OF DOOM hailed from Gloucestershire and immediately made an impact on the UKHC / grind / death scene in the late 80s, becoming firm favourites of John Peel and standing out for their unique lyrics and subject matter focusing on philosophy and psychology

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