Forever (A Hardcore Compilation) - Irate Records (1990)

1. Turning Point - Insecurity

2. Born Against - Mary and Child

3. Rorschach - Checkmate

4. Burn - Decay

5. Citizens Arrest - Pain

Lacking Mindset Compilation - Spoonfed Records (1994)

1. Struggle - The Untitled

2. Unbroken - Blanket

3. Honeywell - Mesh Control

4. Groundwork - Worthless

Album Art

90shxc:

Uprising - Green Rage

Demo (1991?)

Uprising were a Hardline hardcore band from Syracuse, New York. They later turned into Green Rage and this sounds kinda similar. Not as many divebombs but a good amount of mosh.  Half way through writing this I realized Stuck In The Past did a post about this and I read some comments from dudes who were in the band and apparently there’s another demo out there too. But this one is alright, pretty quiet so crank this up, but not too much (It’ll be inaudible and sound blown out… top of the line recording here haha)

DL it here : http://www.mediafire.com/download/h7ul9w34d6yib8b/Uprising%20-%20Demo.rar

ArtistUprising
TitleGreen Rage
AlbumDemo
Album Art

Uprising - Green Rage

Demo (1991?)

Uprising were a Hardline hardcore band from Syracuse, New York. They later turned into Green Rage and this sounds kinda similar. Not as many divebombs but a good amount of mosh.  Half way through writing this I realized Stuck In The Past did a post about this and I read some comments from dudes who were in the band and apparently there’s another demo out there too. But this one is alright, pretty quiet so crank this up, but not too much (It’ll be inaudible and sound blown out… top of the line recording here haha)

DL it here : http://www.mediafire.com/download/h7ul9w34d6yib8b/Uprising%20-%20Demo.rar

ArtistUprising
TitleGreen Rage
AlbumDemo
merchanddestroy:

Damnation AD @ georgetown DC
by Dave Brown

merchanddestroy:

Damnation AD @ georgetown DC

by Dave Brown

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thevinylconflict:

Liars Hell.
About the only problem I have with H8000 hardcore is the album art. It all looks so Nu-Metal.
Beyond that it’s flawless.

thevinylconflict:

Liars Hell.

About the only problem I have with H8000 hardcore is the album art. It all looks so Nu-Metal.

Beyond that it’s flawless.

asker

thegreatestburden asked: I like that you post links to a lot of the records you post. I started off the vinylconflict doing that. But I ended up mostly updating that blog from my phone and that got weird and hard. So I haven't done it much. Super stoked and impressed you do it!

Thanks a lot! Your blog rules, post a lot of different stuff that rules. I’m sorta lazy so it’s not very often that I make my own post. But it’s inspired me now to make a couple. Gonna do some random demos I don’t really know much about haha.

thevinylconflict:

The hardline affiliated trend has continued on a lot longer that I had anticipated, and I for one am delighted about it.

Today we have the truly flawless 7” by Contempt- A Call For Revolution.

Heavy and thick.
Riffy and brutal.
This record fucking rules.

Spoken word interludes, essays about feminism and animal liberation, poor image quality. what more could you want from a 90s vegan straight edge 7”?

"Burn!!!"

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thevinylconflict:

When Forever Comes Crashing.
By the almighty Converge.

It’s hard to find much to say about this record without sounding trite or obtuse. Yes, it’s amazing. The end.

There was a epically unimpressive hardcore band from my hometown named after a track from this record.

I have always thought this was better than Jane Doe.


“This Time it’s War!”

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thevinylconflict:

Chapter - Sins of Our Fathers 7”

Mid 90’s metallic hc with a technical edge from Pennsylvania. This band later became Creation is Crucifixion. There’s no actual sleeve or anything, just a thin piece of paper with a poor printing job. 90’s as fuck.

I don’t know how many of these exist, but I’m guessing not a whole lot. For the past three years or so I’ve had this on my want/notification list on every music site I go to, but this copy I own is the only one I’ve ever seen.

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thevinylconflict:

Apparently the dude from Raid owns a record store in Northern California now.


“Hands Off The Animals.”

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thevinylconflict:

Unborn - Ancestral Pagan Roots
Were gonna stick with the pseudo Hardline vegan metal trend for a little while longer.

Killer 7” by Unborn featuring Rat of Statement fame.

The thing that always keeps me coming back to this 7” is the blatant Celtic/Druid bent that pervades the whole project. While almost every single other vegan [straight edge] band and recording is so militantly atheist.

This piece came from Kurt Catalyst personal collection. Thanks and props to him for that and for being the OG.

"There Is No Defensible Argument Against Veganism."

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thevinylconflict:

Econochrist - Skewed

East Bay anarcho straight edge.