(record review)Heckel & Jeckel-Fourth death(P.O.G.O.Records)

Heckel & Jeckel have a record out on P.O.G.O.Records, so it was about time for me to listen and review it for this zine.


I didn˙t find much info about these guys. All I can say that it is a masked duo and that this record contains 4 songs. The music is a bit special and a bit harsh for listening if you are not a fan of such music. These guys play dirty punkrock with some sludge, electronic and even a little grungy influences. The sludge parts are nicely done and I must especially mention I Crush You Under My Shoes which made me really nervous while listening, but I guess that was the intention hehehe. Every song is different and you can listen it as a different whole and independent from the record. I personally liked Not To Touch The Earth the most, being somehow the best song on the record in my opinion. This is noisy kind of punkrock, so if you are a fan of such music, go grab this one, for me it was somehow not my cup of tea unfortunately.



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Bandcamp: https://pogorecords.bandcamp.com/album/heckel-jeckel-fourth-death-pogo-114



(news-punk festival)MPF2019: First Bands Announced


The ever-evolving Manchester Punk Festival have announced the first set of bands playing in 2019. The city centre festival  has expanded to take place over three full days across Easter weekend with over 130 bands playing 8 venues.

Welcoming legendary punk rockers in Dead To Me, Doom and King Prawn amongst others, to Manchester for a three day celebration at one of the most acclaimed and sought after DIY punk rock festival on the planet. With over 130 bands, 8 venues, increased capacity and a bank holiday weekend – you won’t want to miss out.

Super Early and Early Bird tickets sold out in mere minutes before a single band was announced, get planning!

Head to the MPF website to find out more and buy tickets: https://manchesterpunkfestival.co.uk

MPF2019 take place 19 to 21 April 2019.

Bands announced so far…
Dead To Me, Doom, King Prawn, Not On Tour, The Arteries, The Infested, Consumed, Faintest Idea, Press Club, Arms Aloft, The Winter Passing, Janus Stark, Call Me Malcolm, Youth Avoiders, The Human Project, Grand Collapse, Joe McMahon & The Dockineers, Woahnows, Svalbard, Wolfrik, March, Sam Russo, Kermes, Eat Dirt, Jodie Faster, Jenkem, Well Wisher, Joe Tilston & The Embers Band, Slumb Party, Screech Bats, Incisions, Grafteoke, Jake Martin, Tim Loud Full Band, Poisonous Cunt, Mean Caesar, Sallows, Follow Your Dreams

(news-punk)Grade 2 rerelease via Demons Run Amok & Tourdates


UK Oi-Punk Outfit  Grade 2 will be rereleasing their two albums „Mainstream View“ and „Break the Routine“ via Demons Run Amok Entertainment.
The “Mainstream View” Vinyl version will be including the cd bonustracks for the first time.
Break the Routine” will be a gatefoald with a slightly changed artwork.
Both CDs will be jewel cases.
A must have for all collectors.

Releasedate is November 30th 2018.

October 13th | The Hairy Dog | Derby, UK
October 19th | The Cricketers | Westcliff-On-Sea, UK 
October 21st | The Waterloo | Blackpool, UK
October 25th | The Salty Dog | Northwich, UK
October 26th | Bannermans | Edinburgh, UK
November 9th | TBA | Stomper 98 Tour
November 10th | Zwischenbau | Rostock, Germany
November 11th | The Tube | Düsseldorf, Germany
November 12th | Backstage | Munich, Germany
November 13th | TBA | Stomper 98 Tour
November 14th | Chemiefabrik | Dresden, Germany
November 16th | Street Punk Inkmas | St Brieuc, France
November 26th | The Garage | Glasgow, UK
November 27th | University | Newcastle, UK
November 28th | 02 Academy | Birmingham, UK
November 29th | Stylus | Leeds, UK
November 30th | The Dockyard Club | Southsea, UK
December 1st | Academy 2 | Manchester, UK
December 2nd | SWX | Bristol, UK
December 3rd | Concorde 2 | Brighton, UK
December 4th | Electric Ballroom | London, UK


Grade 2
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