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Boilermaker – Boilermaker

A lot of people out there do not know of Boilermaker but even those who do usually talk about wallace’s shadow or watercourse which are very good albums (I own the 12″ for Watercourse currently searching for Wallace’s shadow -_-) but I think Boilermaker’s s/t album is definitely the gem in the collection so I thought I would share it to all the music fans out there who either read this blog often or just come across it. So here it is!:


  • Norman
  • Midnight Manager
  • Last Top on the Way to Vegas
  • Last on the drive
  • 1/10/98
  • Sunset Ridge
  • From Pheonix at four
  • Tumbleweed
  • Here comes rolling
  • Thinner runs through her
  • Bluebird

Other Links:

  • Myspace: Here
  • Buy it: Here
  • Another band that you may like if you like Boilermaker is: The Jade Shader which also features Terrin Durfey (Vocalist of Boilermaker)

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I’m back!

So I thought I’d do a bit of a mega-post since I haven’t posted anything in a while so here it goes:

Spirit of Versailles – Discography

An Awesome screamo band from South Dakota with melodic guitar riffs, fast drumming and over the top chaotic vocals.

Sendspace: here

Hour of the star – Hour of the star 7″

Amazing 90s emo(tive) hardcore. 😉

Mediafire: Here

Red Sparowes – Every red heart shines towards the red sun

From their site:

“There just might be a certain warped truth to the phrase “guilt by
association.” As in the case of Red Sparowes, its formal associations
with such heavy, propulsive bands as Isis, Neurosis, Angel Hair and
Pleasure Forever would lead you to expect that the Los Angeles
quintet’s debut would be a masterfully crafted epic of primal urgency.

It is.

However, Red Sparowes is epic without bombast, heavy without a single
barre-chord riff and eviscerating without any clearly audible vocals.
The chiming, spindly layers of effect-laden guitars and the swinging,
entrancing drums on its Neurot Recordings debut At the Soundless Dawn
create textures reminiscent of Goblin, Tones on Tail, Godspeed You
Black Emperor and early Sonic Youth. Its attack is syrupy and
serpentine; subtle but frighteningly deliberate.”

Mediafire: Here

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