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New stuff out this Saturday. Swing by at 9am at 80 Howatd St Nambour.
Unsold records will go onto the webstore Sunday morning.
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@diploidnoise , @aglobrutal will be joined by @streetsuffer_hc and @verminate.slam for a killer Sunday matinee show in Namba. New line up, new venue (block party has had to be postponed due to pressure from nerds and dobbers)
Recover from @acolddayinbne in the tropical nightmare of the Black Box. Tickets in bio. Don`t sleep on it.
Cheers to @antivision.aus @nonorecords, @gutterprincecabal and @oldambulancestation for helping out and being part of the network of maniacs who make these things come together.
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Countdown To Oblivion-Brain Surgery For Beginners 7".

In the last months of the last millennium Australian hardcore went nutso for the band Left For Dead. Resist records and Missing Link must have sold 100s of the buzz saw shaped lp. It had some sort of perfect balance of rawness, smart-assness and baggy-jeansness to appeal to Australia in the very late 90s. It was before hardcore penetrated the suburbs in the way it would in the mid 2000s (Toe to Toe and afew others being the exceptions sort of). Hardcore was still for the freaks, and there was a real set off the fire hose style antics dominating punk. It was sick. Formative years for me. Countdown To Oblivion was the same crowd from Left For Dead and seemed to be even more loose and raw. 2 singers, ripped off Slayer riffs, stories of rowdy shows.

We`ve got afew copies instock now. $10 instore or on the webstore.
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