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DO NOT TALK TO THE COPS

WHO ever you are , and WHERE ever you are, say ONLY these 5 words to police if taken into custody -
" I HAVE NOTHING TO SAY"
Remember these five words.
This will save you in many cases.
" I HAVE NOTHING TO SAY"
You can be held for what seems like days and possibly be (physically and mentally) abused by the cops, but DO NOT SPEAK TO THEM other than,
" I HAVE NOTHING TO SAY"
even if they stop at your door and ask questions, DO NOT ANSWER QUESTIONS,
" I HAVE NOTHING TO SAY"
The police have stolen from my personal belongings in the past and I wonder if those items will appear in a future crime scene!
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Regent Law Professor James Duane
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Monday, October 23, 2017

Just to be clear

yes I enjoy punk
though the older I got and the more I learned, I knew that the world was fucked up,
especially from Dad who was a prisoner in a German WWII camp, and told me the opposite of what all you idiots believe from TV shows and the propaganda from shill sites like the SPLC.

You cunts might think you have numbers for now, but once the public finds the truth, there will be more parties than crocodile tears when you get exposed.

Even though Nugent aint Cd'n, this dude speaks for more of us than than the wimps in our gov't.

https://youtu.be/grJlpuMvFms

Saturday, October 21, 2017

Totentanz photos

Totentanz, Monday August 13th, 1990, opened for.C.O.C.
they were a rock band, sort of in the Danzig vein, with dudes from other previous Toronto metal and hardcore/crossover bands.
Here's some pics from old negatives I printed again. Maybe still have copies of the originals. there were some other pics taken too.
These guys  went onto other bands. maybe became famous. what do I care.
Rick (guitarist) later in  Soulstorm was pretty cool and funny at times.
The bassist here, Mark though, (thought he played guitar?) was also one the coolest dudes, from one of the best ever Toronto-area bands  - Degenerate Youth!
I only learned a month ago he passed away when i wasted some time scrolling through some facebook groups. I rarely visit facecrack anymore, not even with fake accounts. Fuck that site.

Nick Sagias took a lot of the C.O.C pics for me that night too on the same roll of negatives, but I ain't sharing them cuz..what have you done for me lately?

Wish I had the live Totentanz tape still, as I guess they were too lazy to make any rehearsal/demo tapes available ?
the live tape was recorded by a friend of Al's (Nosferatu) and Derek's (Anti-Poser zine) and that guy had hard-on, once he learned Totentanz knew how to play VENOM's Buried Alive, but it wasn't played at this concert ... this semi-sweaty summer gig at the low ceiling dive known as The Apocalypse Club.

PS. Woody from C.O.C was cool.
I was shooting the shit with some dude outside about metal bands, really good conversation,, and the next thing I know he says is he is playing later. Duh! I never seen any pics of C.O.C except on the albums and never seen them play live before...
then when some Quebecois or foreign dude standing there heard he was Woody, the fan flipped out and couldn't stop pestering him, so after a bit, Woody went back inside saying he had to get ready.

First time I realized when fans could be annoying...and for underground metal/crossover!

Sinful Love - Don Mills is Dead !


 it's too bad those guys from terminal rage were never good enough to make a music video like Sinful Love, https://youtu.be/4_fplXOJhs8   a
and you know, the terminal rage guys kept changing their band name to Stick It, and MUD,and Bahama Nine, and other crazy names....
all in order to fool Toronto hardcore punk audiences!
They knew Sinful Love were much better , but kept sabotaging their plans for world domination by siphoning the gas out of Sinful's vehicles, so they could never leave Don Mills to play Larry's Hideaway or the Gasworks, ...though that doesn't explain how Sinful Love got out of Canada to make this super-duper Get Rockin music videohttps://youtu.be/lKU7rwz1OLo which I do not ever remember seeing on Toronto Rocks with that videojockey, ex-SEARS catalog underwear model Brad Giffen.

Friday, October 20, 2017

V/A (Can) - Primitive Air-Raid (Montreal '84) [Compilation]


Artist:  V/A
Release: Primitive Air-Raid (Montreal '84) [Compilation]
Genre:  Alternative Rock, Hardcore, Punk, Synth-pop, Experimental Electronic
Country: Canada
Bitrate:  vbr
download
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Thanks to the original uploader, www.goodbadmusic.com

https://www.discogs.com/Various-Primitive-Air-Raid-Montreal-84/release/7943523
Label:  Psyche Industry Records
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A1 Asexuals  - Contra-rebels   
A2 Fair Warning  - Six O'Clock Blues   
A3 Fair Warning  - Open Your Eyes   
A4 Vomit And The Zits  - Suicide   
A5 Vomit And The Zits - What The Hell   
A6 Porcelain Forehead - Cold Steak   
A7 Absurds  - Moral Feedback   
A8 Absurds - Futur's Nature   
A9 Genetic Control  - Suburban Life
A10 Direct Action  - Hate Generation   

B1 American Devices  - Spontaneous Combustion
B2 The Nils  - Call Of The Wild
B3 Red Shift  -  Underflesh
B4 Iago Neon  - Preliterate Robot   
B5 Morbid Fiesta  - Le Nul Parfait
B6 No Policy - News Or Propaganda   
B7  Unequal  ("≠" ) - Emotion 9

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

SFH (Can) 1987 Cold Death Demo


  Rich Oosterbosch-Drums,Vocals.Bob Reid-Guitars,Vocals.Jon Armstrong-Bass,Vocals

SFH (Can) 1987 Cold Death Demo

http://www.spirit-of-metal.com/groupe-groupe-SFH-l-en.html
https://www.metal-archives.com/albums/SFH/Cold_Death/133357

1. Speed Demons (2:30)2. Nuke The Narc (1:27)
3. Impaired (3:12)
4. Fuck You (2:10)
5. Cheers (2:44)
6. Cold Death (3:20)
7. Cummin' After You (2:42)
8. Buxbaum (2:43)
9. T&A (2:13)
10. Day is Done (1:52)
@320
24 minutes 53 seconds

Bob J. Reid - Guitars & Vocals (Razor)
Jon Armstrong - Bass & Vocals (Razor)
Rob Mills - Drums (Razor), Spewgore, Panic City, Pippy Strange)

classic songs on here (Tits n Ass n 69 !), immediately catchy headbangin' / thrashy metal.
If you love TANK,  and RAZOR's first few albums with Sheepdog singing, this is for you! 

Shaftdrive (Can) - Shaftdrive EP (2001)


Artist: Shaftdrive
Release:  Shaftdrive [EP] (2001)
Genre: Heavy Metal
Country: Canada
Bitrate: 192 kbps
http://ge.tt/4I0k47k2
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all female metal band, Toronto, Ontario
Shaftdrive EP (November,2001)
Recorded by Greg Dawson &; Steve Donohoe at Deadly Venom Productions.
cd rip
15 minutes 41 seconds
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1. Black Dawn (3:06)
2. Red Line Rev (4:07)
3. Born of Fire (2:28)
4. Get Away (2:30)
5. Take It Back (3:30)

Anne Wolfe - Vocals/Guitar
Laura - Guitar
Nancy - Bass
Larissa - Drums

Shaftdrive (Can) - April 19,2002, Tequila Lounge, Toronto [Bootleg]

Artist: Shaftdrive
Release: Tequila Lounge, Toronto [Bootleg] (April 19,2002)
Genre: Heavy Metal
Country: Canada
Bitrate: 160 kbps
http://ge.tt/2vWHGRk2
http://www.solidfiles.com/d/nNqvPxRMkNgjm
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Tequila Lounge, Toronto [Bootleg] (2002-04-19)
audience recording
https://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Shaftdrive/64909
22 minutes 42 seconds
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1. Take It Back (3:38)
2. unknown + Red Line Rev [dedicated to Ian Von Bastard (Sepulchre,Legion)] (6:46)
3. unknown (3:42)
4. Born of Fire (2:58)
5. Black Dawn (3:01)
6. Get Away (2:37)































Shaftdrive
Ferocious Femmes Get the Metal Urge
By Sarah Liss


Disc Review

SHAFTDRIVE
SHAFTDRIVE
By Sarah Liss

Monday, October 16, 2017

ATTENTION COLLECTORS! (Scarborough)



ATTENTION COLLECTORS!

{PRIVATE COLLECTOR, THINNING OUT MY COLLECTION TILL THE END OF THE YEAR} MCFARLANE, SPAWN, MOVIE MANIACS, T...


{PRIVATE COLLECTOR, THINNING OUT MY COLLECTION TILL THE END OF THE YEAR}

MCFARLANE, SPAWN, MOVIE MANIACS, TORTURED SOULS, TRANSFORMERS, MARVEL / DC FIGURES, SIMPSONS, MISC ACTION FIGURES, COOL COLLECTIBLE PUZZLES, STAR WARS, KILL BILL, IRON MAIDEN, SPIDERMAN, BOARD GAMES, X-MEN, PEANUTS, WRESTLING, MUPPET SHOW, HOT WHEELS, COLLECTIBLE LUNCH TINS, MOVIE & TV ITEMS, MISC. TOYS ...ETC...

LOTS OF WEIRD & UNUSUAL ITEMS,
ALL - MOST ITEMS SEALED, IN MINT CONDITION FROM A SMOKE FREE HOME...

LOTS OF RARE STUFF!

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE!!

SERIOUS COLLECTORS ONLY PLEASE.

{BY APPOINTMENT ONLY}

ATTACHED ARE SOME "TEASER" PIX... https://toronto.craigslist.ca/tor/clt/6348715112.html
  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers




Morbid Ceremony (Can) - The Evil that Lays in the Dark [Demo] (2010) [WAV tape rip]

originally posted Thursday, August 12, 2010 

Artist: Morbid Ceremony 
Release:  The Evil that Lays in the Dark (2010) Demo Tape
Genre:  Black Metal
Country:  Can-a-duh
Bitrate:  128 kbps   split WAV files
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Toronto, Ontario
too lazy to dig through my tapes to make a new scan of the tape cover. ...maybe later.
https://www.metal-archives.com/albums/Morbid_Ceremony/The_Evil_That_Lays_in_the_Dark/264129
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1. My Master in the Shadows
2. The Evil That Lays in the Dark
3. Altar of Abomination

Morbid Ceremony (Can) - Turn This World To Rust [Demo] (2007) [WAV tape rip]

Artist: Morbid Ceremony
Release: Turn This World To Rust [Demo] (2007)
Genre: Black Metal / Occult Metal / Death Metal
Country: Canada
Bitrate: WAV
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https://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Morbid_Ceremony/123085
Note:
Unsure how many of the band members were into it, but was told the singer was into rituals/black magic.

After I bought the first two demo tapes, one day I was taking camera shots from my living room of my bedroom.
For years, I was seeing freaky stuff, like shadows of people run through there, and flickering lights for no reason.
I live alone,and keep the curtains closed all the time, so not likely for anybody to pull a trick on me.

I started to zoom in on these shots sometimes after I transferred to the computer.
One day was freaked out, because in the mirror was a distorted image of Morbid Ceremony's singer.
I asked Keegan Khaos of Crucifixxx Sodomy about this guy (he was in his band too), and Keegan was vague.
Just said he was into a lot of things, including astral travel/projection.
so, there you go. One of the black metal bands that do not fake the atmosphere they create.

I have a studio recording of them somewhere too, where the band captured an EVP  .
It amazed everybody when they heard it on the playback. Nobody hear the disembodied voice when performing the song.
anyways,
The band fizzled into limbo after that unreleased recording. No one definitely stating whether they broke up or not.
I only know the guitarist got heavily into country music and drinking whiskey all the time.

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13 minutes 57 seconds
1. Summoning (2:19)
2. Abyss (3:13)
3. Morbid Ceremony (2:50)
4. Turn This World To Rust (2:17)
5. Ritual (1:39)
6. End (1:39)

Death Devastation Overthrow Mortal Annoyance 1990-03-01 Toronto gig flyer

originally posted Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Death (Florida)
Devastation (Texas)
Overthrow (Scarborough)
Mortal Annoyance (Burlington)
March 1st,1990 at The Siboney Club,Toronto

I think Mortal Annoyance never had a demo tape, and were friends with Diego, the promoter, to get on the bill?
Will anyone share their demo/rehearsal tapes (if they existed) ?
or share any of the live sets besides DEATH ?
(I bought the DEATH dvd bootleg, and that has been uploaded everywhere by others including you-fucking-godaamn-tube), so no need for me to upload it.

The DEATH set was videotaped by the Amateur Productions team of Aaron & Maddog .
Look elsewhere on thise blog for their addresses (eg.youtube, facebook). Use that damn search engine at the top left corner of the screen!

Mindrape (Can) - Mindrape (Demo 1992)

review from Metal Assault zine #3, page 47 (1993), Niagara falls, Ontario, Canada.(Thanks Metal Dan).

 Mindrape (Can) - Mindrape (Demo 1992)
(no logo or cover scan available)
Artist: Mindrape
Release: Mindrape [Demo] (1992)
Genre: Speed Metal/Thrash Metal/Power Metal
Country: Canada
Bitrate: 128 kbps
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from Scarborough, Ontario.
Mindrape have a clean sound, similar to 1980s Anthrax (with Joey Belladonna), early Flotsam & Jetsam, or Cold Steel.
thanks to Steve (Spewgore) for sharing the recording.
https://www.discogs.com/Various-Raw-MEAT-3/release/7202789
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23 minutes 26 seconds
1. On The Edge (3:01)
2. Mindraped (3:13)
3. Child of Hate (3:11)
4. Other One (3:47)
5. Absolution (2:20)
6. Born of Death (3:23)
7. Beginning and The End (4:31)

Fear of Influence (Can) - Creation in Question [Demo] (1991)

originally posted on Thursday, February 3, 2011 


produced by Brian Taylor at Umbrella Sound Studios.
Thanks to the original ripper / uploader, Mark Robinson (drummer of Mortuary (Ontario).

Artist: Fear of Influence
Release: Creation in Question [Demo] (1991)
Genre: Prog Thrash / Heavy Metal
Country: Canada
from Keswick, Ontario (next door to Newmarket, Ontario)
Bitrate:  160
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https://www.metal-archives.com/albums/Fear_of_Influence/Creation_in_Question/254226
Jason Leitch - gtr (ex-Prophecy)
Mark Gilroy - drums(ex-Prophecy)
Jeff Streichl (editor Stiff Neck 'zine) - bass+vocals
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16 minutes 59 seconds
1. Against the Grain (3:20)
2. Coming of Age (2:29)
3. Celest'sphere (2:41)
4. Creation In Question (4:04)
5. Tom Sawyer (4:25)

Thrash metal was getting kicked aside and forgotten under the exploding grunge and death metal scenes in the early 1990's, and emo hardcore like Fugazi was also getting popular.

Fear of Influence remind me of Process Revealed's first demo (prog-type metal), mixed with the whiny singing of emo-hardcore, exactly like Wind Of Change, or Dag Nasty.
The music also uses some hardcore rhythms, yet is full of time changes similar to Watchtower.
ie.  'RUSH influenced, punk sounding metal' as was described to me by Mark Robinson, I think.

I knew Mark Gilroy liked hardcore as he taped me the first Token Entry LP before they were too well known/popular. I just didn't think he would be playing in a band that was not full-on metal.

Demonthrone (Can) - Angel Slayer [Demo] (2008) (partial)


Artist: Demonthrone
Release: Angel Slayer [Demo](2008)
Genre: Death / Black / Thrash Metal
Country: Canada
Bitrate: cbr 320
http://ge.tt/5nrPTAk2
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Toronto, Ontario
only have the first three tracks of the eleven (Thanks Keegan for including these tracks in one of our tape trades / CD-R trades around 5 years ago).
http://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Demonthrone/117945
cd-r rip
12 minutes 27 seconds
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1. Fucked by Demons (4:58)
2. Corpsehammer (2:56)
3. Angel Slayer (4:33)

Living Proof (Can) – This Trip Is For Real [LP] (1985)

Artist: Living Proof
Release: This Trip Is For Real [LP] (1985)
Genre: Garage Rock, Punk, Hardcore, Hard Rock
Country: Canada
Bitrate: 256 kbps
http://depositfiles.com/files/hl45qnyud
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vinyl rip.
Toronto, Ontario band.
Thanks to the original uploader
Recorded Nov.-Dec. '84. Jonestown 
Mixed At – Jonestown
Vocals, Guitar – Alistair James
Drums – Lonnie James
Guitar, Vocals – Michael James

Written-By –
Alistair James - (tracks: A3 - A5, B1 - B3),
Lonnie James - (tracks: A1, A3, A5, B1 - B4),
Michael James - (tracks: A2, B4)
38 minutes 22 seconds
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A1. In The End (4:31)
A2. Lizard For A Day (2:54)
A3. Here To There (5:03)
A4. Don't Let Me (2:37)
A5. See My Way (3:40)
B1. No Tears (3:52)
B2. Going Going Gone (4:04)
B3. Home Coming (3:21)
B4. In Another World (3:46)
B5. Clock On The Wall (Guess Who cover) (4:34)


The Young Lions ‎– Welcome To The Freak Show (1986) album had a tune called " Lizard For A Day", and if any oldtime punk/hardcore fans are reading this crappy blog, are probably laughing as I ask, if it was a Living Proof cover song?
because I never bought that Young Lions Lp, even though it was in freaking every record store in Toronto it seemed like.

Carnal Feast (Can) - The Stardust Poolhall , Mississauga (1996)

Carnal Feast (Can) - Live at The Stardust Poolhall [Bootleg] (1996)

(no logo available)

Artist: Carnal Feast
Release: Live at The Stardust Poolhall, Mississauga, Ontario [Bootleg] (1996)
Genre: Death Metal
Country: Canada
Bitrate: 160
http://depositfiles.com/files/qc893ryin
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soundboard recording
George Giourgis on guitar, from the thrash metal act Downfall
(you know, Downfall? the band that broke up without even telling fans like me they had released a CD?)
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1. Meaningless life
2. Ms. Carrion.
3. Blackness Be Gone
4. Sodomize the Holy
5. Brain Damage
6. Carnal Feast

Dimensions (Can) - The 460 Club, Toronto (2012-02-25) [Unofficial Video]



 
 

DIMENSIONS (Halton Hills,Ontario) @ The 460 Club, Toronto 
Saturday.2012-02-25.avi

'Progressive Death Metal'

Format:  avi
codec: mp42
720 x 540
audio - 256 kbps
19 minutes
456 MB
[code=hide]
part1 https://depositfiles.com/files/hhohpknmf
part2 https://depositfiles.com/files/92cyiiyig
part3 https://depositfiles.com/files/mcnufjv6s
part4 https://depositfiles.com/files/9dsi16oz0
part5 https://depositfiles.com/files/u1u6ncqna

join / open the archived file folder with Winrar or 7Zip.

start of their set only. (I had to leave early to catch the last bus out of the city.)

The camera made the picture seem a little darker than it was if you were there in person.
I figured out the song titles a couple months ago.

1.The Liberation
2.Within Ourselves
3.God of a Wasteland

https://www.metal-archives.com/bands/Dimensions/3540345932
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I forgot about using the built-in camera light (didn't think it was needed being near the stage).

https://dimensionsmetal.bandcamp.com/track/the-liberation-new

The Enforcers (Can) - Demo (1980s? 1990s?)

Artist: The Enforcers
Release: Demo
Genre: Oi Punk
Country: Canada
Bitrate:  cbr 320
http://ge.tt/4iyVTAk2
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old skinhead oi band, I have no info about them, and do not even have the song titles.
Since I can't find any info online about them, guess they were politically incorrect;
because if they were PC, then at least a couple of blogspots would have mentioned them.

second song is upbeat, and has female vocals, reminds me of The Avengers or something.
cd-r rip
6 minutes 33 seconds
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1. The Enforcers (Toronto) (2:08)
2. The Enforcers (Toronto) (2:01)
3. The Enforcers (Toronto) (2:24)

Alice Cooper (US) - Live at the Toronto Pop festival (1969)


Alice Cooper (US) - Live at the Toronto Pop festival (1969) [Bootleg]
filmed by Pennebaker
Format: .mpg
374  MB
13:05 minutes
height 480
width 720
audio 256 kbps (stereo)

2 winrar parts
https://yadi.sk/d/_iMAc-SZzZXBW
https://yadi.sk/d/8ZThONDQzZXCj

Note: This is the infamous "chicken torn apart" by fans incident, it looked like a feather pillow had been burst open.

Back when the band was still psychedelic rock, but turning into hard/heavy rock - proto-metal.

Thanks to the original uploader