A new tune from the mighty Hebosagil off the new cassette comp "Klassinen kokoelma #1". Other contributors to said collection include Viisikko, Vene, Turhuus and more.
I had no idea that Viisikko put out a full-length, but apparently they did and the whole damn thing is up for streaming/download via Bandcamp. Cassette copies are sold out, but apparently a proper vinyl pressing is on the way and I'll try my best to keep y'all posted. Recommended? Very.
Hebosagil's new album "Ura" finds them realizing the progression hinted at on their various recent splits (w/Viisikko and Two Beats Off), fully shedding their metal skin and emerging as a dangerous noiserock beast. Still heavy as hell, just in a different way: less low end and screaming leads, more dissonance and jarring rhythms. Still a great band too, now someone just needs to step up and press all their full-lengths to wax (not it!).
Hebosagil - Keskipäivän aurinko
Finnish crust-heavy act Hebosagil has posted a new live-in-the-studio version of the track "Ei ole" on myspace: http://www.myspace.com/hebosagil
Said cut originally appears on the band's split with fellow bad-vibe Finns Viisikko.
Here's the playlist for this week's radio show Sirius XMU:
01. C.Aarmé - M.P.P.
02. TALK 1
03. Existensminimum - Fuglesang
04. The Animation - Overboard
05. Jonathan Johansson - En hand i himlen
06. TALK 2
07. AlabamicA - You can't save the world
08. Franke - Skinnad
09. October Falls - III
10. TALK 3
11. Suburban Kids with Biblical Names - 1999
12. Wolfbrigade - Barren dreams
13. Viisikko - Vapaus valita
14. Culkin - Payperfist
15. TALK 4
16. Lowood - Crash
17. Cut City - Departure in particular
18. Wardruna - Dagr
19. Laakso - In my blood
20. TALK 5
Reminder: my show airs every week on Sundays and Mondays at 11pm ET on Sirius XMU. That's channel 26 on Sirius, 43 on XM and 831 for DirecTV subscribers.
Stream a couple tracks from the forthcoming Hebosagil/Viisikko split CD due out later this month on Lambada Records: http://www.myspace.com/lambadalevyt
If you're into crusty hardcore, this looks like it could be an essential item.
Finnish crusties Hebosagil will be doing a split CD with the absolutely crushing act Viisikko in the near future. Listen to them here: http://www.myspace.com/viisikko
As if "Colossal" wasn't heavy enough, this one's sure to level some buildings. Almost any band that incorporates the Black Flag bars into their logo (see the last few tracks in the player) is worth investigating.