Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Splatter Punk

Splatter Punx on Acid collects the entire discography of Swedish prettyboy metallic hardcore band Black Uniforms. I remember being kind of down on these dudes back in the day because of their corny image, but that aside, these guys hit upon something great at times. Their flirtations with metal seemed a bit more informed than Discharge's or Broken Bones', The Uniforms were at their best when they ventured into the more speed metal realm of their material, sometimes they remind me of a more haphazard Onslaught. Great hair.

10 comments:

NO BEAST SO FIERCE said...

I've always had that same trouble with this band.

TMM said...

Love City of the Dead....

Dennis Dread said...

Not enough adoring comments for Black Uniforms here!

ogre said...

any release date ?

Dennis Dread said...

I think this is an official posthumous collection that Hardcore Holocaust put out a few years ago. Faces of Death is their only vinyl release from when they were active and it came out in 1989.

Aesop said...

Mr. Dread is correct.

ogre said...

thanx !

bob the all night rocker said...

this is how Portland is now with all the glam crust

Kaylee Doom said...

lolocaust @ Glam Crust

Kaylee Doom said...

lolocaust @ glam crust. Eugene isn't far behind on the glam crust train.