Today in Malmö people have been protesting against the nazis in Svenskarnas Parti. The police went crazy, as usual, and rode over people several times, hit them in the head, and so on, all the things police usually do. Nowadays the nazis don’t even have to do the dirty work themselves, they just need a demonstrations permit.
The police have blood on their hands.
Acab forever. Antifascism is self defense. No Pasaran.
Like the March 8 this year so also today - August 23 - Blood flowed on the streets of Malmö.Then it was members of the Nazi Swedes’ Party who stabbed and beat anti-fascists and feminists, today was the Swedish police in defense of…
ABC WEAPONS were my favorite Australian punk band for a long time. The same group of people that created SCHIFOSI, PISSCHRIST and many more brutal bastards of bands since.(Such as EXTINCT EXIST, BLOODY HAMMER, SUCIO PODER, KROMOSOM..and more) This LP dives deeper into a stench ridden pit of darkness, still hanging on to those Jap-core inspired leads that drag your fist to the sky, but hammering out a downtuned metal-crust sound also. These songs are dark, but the music and the lyrics rage also against the darkness of this world. It is not morbid and self-obsessed. There is true anger in the despair. Timmy’s dbeats are perfect and hit harder than a road train as always, the bass is like the rumbling stomach of some marauding desert Djinn. Ramez and Yeap shred dual chainsaws sounding like Hellshock and Deathside in a bar fight. Bart’s vocals are deeper and more guttural than before. The lyrics are cutting. They are soaked in frustration and rage. So reminiscent of the first LP, in that their poetry lies in their honesty. There is a real insight into this fucked up world of ours and the system which depends so much on subjugation, fanaticism and outright butchery to maintain the order of the “First World”. The isolation of seeing these things for what they are amidst a sea of apathy or willing obedience. What we are given here is a (very) belated taste of a band that was top of their game and absolutely nailing a sound at a time when it seemed it was all anyone wanted to hear. Enough low notes and galloping drums to be Crust, enough solo’s to think of Tokyo, serious amounts of rhythm in the vocals and songs catchy enough and filthy enough to make you dance away the night in a storm drain. ABC WEAPONS back from the grave! Someone put this out on a dirty black slab of wax with a tattered leathery denim rag as the cover.NOW!