“We do not destroy the heretic, because he resist us. As long as he resist us we never destroy him.
We make him one of ourselves before we kill him, we make his brain perfect before we blow it out.”
For those that likes the mix-tapes I made a new one with songs that really turns me up and can't remove them from my stereo. These are the bands i'm obsessed lately, take pen and paper and we start. When you seek for a sick-o first track it's always a good choice for an intro especially when this intro welcomes you to the “age of continues warfare” of Behind Enemy Lines. “But the darkness was here yesterday” and from the raging Dogsholylife to the last screams before death. Death Rattle (epithanatios roghos) demonstrating their ugly tragedy-influenced d-beat with clouds of despair. Raw nerves with their lethargic mid-tempo hardcore opens the scene greatly for the straight dirt of Burning Love's “lives of the saints” (lyr:That aren't "obsolescence", "system" or "machine"... are you holding out on me?Lives of the saints, be the death of you) and that leads us to one of my favorite bands and maybe my favorite song, Indigent from Born/Dead (“so proud of your modern prison....”). Later I’ll hook you up with the primitive hardcore/punk of Brother Inferior and the ugly darkness of Masskontrol. Pay attention to “this is the way we do it in Leivadia” crust of the Disrupt worshipers Doomed to Extinction that makes “the ending fight” of Tragedy sounds like the new Katerina Stikoudi's pop hit. Sarabante released the best album of 2011 worldwide in my humble opinion and I couldn't include their greek lyrical anthem (“Βαρια τα φτερα μου, πιο βαρια απο μενα”) while Against Empire biting with their japcore title “choose to fight”. Goodnight in flames. Raw d-beat for supper. The best bands in the genre. Go filth go and Kromosom. Play it Loud