01. Brutal Attack - Into The Darkness 02. Gegenschlag - Nordischer Krieger 03. Final War - Antisocial 04. Max Resist & The Runes - Crucified 05. Hkl - Donnars Wilder Haufen 06. Division Wiking - Germanische Wut 07. Warfare88 - Tired And Angry 08. Hkl - Der Kahlkцpfige Metzgermeister 09. Max Resist & The Runes - 2nd Chance 10. Brutal Attack - Freedom Train 11. Warfare 88 - P.R.C. 12. Hkl - Frei Wie Der Wind 13. Division Wiking - Kamerad 14. Final War - Trying Times 15. Skrewdriver - Anti Social 16. Gegenschlag - Berserker
Intro (0:55) Spirit Of A Nation (02:16) Triumph Of The Will (2:06) Saga Of The Volsungs (2:27) Hear The Cradle Song (2:05) Oppressed (2:37) Streetfight (1:17) World Under Siege (2:23) Patriotic Front (2:51) The Tempest (hidden) Bloody Holly (4:49) Mp3 Download: Patriotic Front - "Patriotic Front" Full Song Mp3 (3.2 mb)
1. It's A Long Road 5:17 2. I Watched As He Bled 6:17 3. I Hear No Applause (A Snipers Lament) 5:15 4. With A Honest Hand 3:49 5. No Scapegoat 3:59 6. 1914: Ordinary Boys 3:25 7. The Rebel In My Heart 3:50 8. Remember The Oath 3:15 9. Devil's Hail (Anthem For Doomed Youth) 4:16 10. Ode To A Lost Man 2:07
I’ve often wondered the purpose of laughter. In upper primates, it has been around for roughly six million years as a mechanism to show affection and playfulness, rather than aggression and threat and yes, gorillas actually laugh when relaxed and not being eaten by Ebola ridden Africans. We possess a genome dedicated to humour, hard-wired into our social psyche – a defence mechanism to protect us from horror and false and very real threats.
We entertain ourselves in what little free time we now possess with humour and comedy. We sit transfixed as comedians parody and lampoon the great and the good and rightly reward and honour those who expose their hypocrisy and duplicity. Whether Spitting Image, Private Eye, Viz Comic or Harry Enfield and Ting Tong, we delight as the pompous and humourless are held to account by the public. Those who would rather we didn’t are naturally furious but understand thankfully that in a free society, dissent takes many forms and laughter is one of the more harmless ones.
Our newspapers and online media are full of the most brutal political cartoons, designed specifically to offend the sensibilities of those who would rather we didn’t and simply accept their version of the planet, without question or due process of thought. I can’t think of a decent cartoonist who doesn’t receive death threats for having the audacity to point out hypocrisy. Our social and printed media is flooded with witty and satirical comments poking fun and questioning the messages our “betters” delight in broadcasting to us at every opportunity.
Compare and contrast if you will, against authoritarian societies where to even snigger at political criticism can and certainly will bring you anything from arrest to death. Regimes so insecure in their self appointed right to rule that to even entertain the thought of doubt out loud will have you branded a subversive, a seditionary, an enemy of the State or the collective to be denounced and destroyed.
Britain has a rich and illustrious history of satire. In 1695, the Government threw out the Press licensing act of 1692 designed to “prevent the frequent Abuses in printing seditious treasonable and unlicensed Bookes“ and the effect was startling. Publications could finally print critique of the ruling elite without fear of death, the public could, instead of rioting and killing in their frustration, simply laugh at the whole, ridiculous pantomime of it all. Others were not so lucky – the dictators of Europe were able to rise to unquestionable power simply because any mechanism using mass media to stop them was throttled – see the East German book of licensed jokes or Stalin’s Socialist Compendium of Satire to see where an ill timed chuckle could lead you. Unluckily for the subjects of such regimes, they failed to realise that to laugh publicly is to hold megalomaniacs to account. They were silenced by ruthless cowards who cannot accept rightful criticism in lieu of brutal oppression
Well, we’re all comedians now. We can tweet, write our own jokes, mock, jeer, lambaste and humiliate whomsoever we see fit – from the comfort of our own homes and with a few clicks of a mischievous mouse. We can expose hypocrisy, corruption, abuse of power and point the spotlight at the idiots who still feel they have the God given right to speak on our behalf. There are still those who will threaten to burn down our businesses or our houses because we may utter something they disagree with online or post a cartoon in a newspaper mocking their religion. There are still those in more brutal regimes who will shoot schoolchildren in the head for daring to have an alternative opinion than one written thousands of years ago, but we realise that they are quite, quite mad and very, very dangerous.
So go ahead and issue your fatwas, demand we be silenced, shriek and shriek until you are blue in the face that “you can’t say that, it’s offensive” because actually, yes, we can and yes, we will and your ilk have been proven to be the most dangerous people on the planet – those who cannot laugh, despite being genetically programmed by nature to do just that. To laugh is human – to crush free speech and humour is the work of inhuman monsters with no free will to ignore, or even better, counter argue or debate to defend your ridiculous position. We who can laugh will be watching you – you’ve already killed hundreds of millions in the name of an obedient, compliant, authoritarian silence that suited only you and now we will hold you to account, and ironically, this time we aren’t joking. From Pakistan to Anfield (yes, you’re reading this, aren’t you), from Syria to Martin Brunt, you will not silence us because we know how to have the one thing we were put on this planet to do – have fun.
Here’s to the funny ones and sod the offended, no one is forcing you to listen to the beautiful sound of liberty, freedom and free speech; if you don’t like it or can’t face it or are too scared of the consequences to entertain it, don’t read it – that way lies the Gulag, Comrade.
The latest project from Jesse of Deaths Head - 16 Tracks of old school punk / hardcore in the vein of old school favorites such as Black Flag and Minor Threat etc. 8 page booklet, Limited edition of 300 copies: 1. Democracy Is Coming 2. Personality Disorder 3. Three Cheers For A Suburban Junkie 4. No Fucks To Give 5. He's A Legend 6. Cradle To A Slave 7. Fatfucks In Sweatpants 8. Loose Skrews 9. I Like Pork 10. I Wanna Be Straightedge 11. Bootprint On Your Face 12. Death To.... 13. Necromantic Visions 14. Take Me Back 15. No Going Back 16. Everybody Talking - Nobody Listening 17. The Longest Time (The Yardbombers)
1. Dream Of Flanders / Vlaanderens Droom (Intro) 2:18 2. De Leeuw Van Vlaanderen 4:40 3. Ancestors Arise 3:31 4. Legions Of A New Dawn 3:00 5. Souls Forever Free 1:17 6. De Vlaamse Leeuw 1:05 7. 11th Of July, 1302 4:31 DVD: Protect And Survive (video) Legions Of A New Dawn (Live in Lithuania) PC brigade (Live in Lithuania) Celtic dream (slideshow clip) Command (slideshow clip) Germania (slideshow clip) Europe United In Diversity (slideshow clip) Patriot (slideshow clip) Where Eagles Dare (Photoalbum slideshow)
1. Commie Killer 2. Punk Rock Fantasy 3. On The Front Line 4. Battle Call 5. A Better Land 6. You Are Not Forgotten 7. Into Glory They Ride 8. Our Land, Not Your Land 9. Only The Strong Survive 10. Forever Your Honor Is True 11. Carolina 12. We're Back 13. We Ain't No Feel Good Band 14. Can't Believe 15. Sword Of The West 16. Ultra Terror 17. Marx Was Wrong 18. American Radio 19. Lionhearts 20. RAC Warrior 21. Smash The Reds 22. For Those Who Fight And Die 23. Carry Your Banners 24. Wrong Or Right 07 Tracks 01-01 taken from the recording session "Flashback To The Front Line" Tracks 05-11 taken from the re-recording of the "A Better Land" album Tracks 12-15 taken from the album "Marx Was Wrong" Tracks 16-19 are unreleased demos of songs that appeared on the album "Marx Was Wrong" Track 21 is taken from the album "RAC Warriors" Tracks 20, 22-24 are unreleased mixes with new vocals of songs that appeared on the "RAC Warriors" album
NS rock re-release from Frontline Records: 1. Brechen Könnt Ihr Mich Nicht 4:39 2. Lutz 3:32 3. Falsche Brüder 4:53 4. Erkenne Die Zeichen 5:10 5. Frei Geboren 5:24 6. Verraten Und Verkauft 5:13 7. Jugend 2:54 8. Völker Europas 5:32 9. Ihr Macht 3:23 10. Worte Zu Finden 4:39 11. Freunde So Wie Wir 4:46 12. For Our Existance 2:28 Mp3 Download: Sturmwehr - Jugend (2.6 mb)