Amebix-Winter 7"

This is post #100, so i 'd like a classic for this and Winter is an all time classic. There's no much to say about , you already know these legends. Amebix were the godfathers of crust, along with Axegrinder, Antisect and early Hellbastard they were the founders of apocalyptic crust with metallic influences and one of the bands that many many crust bands mention as their inspiration. Winter was released by Spiderleg in 1983 and is included in the Beginning Of The End CD along with "Who's The Enemy?" "No Sanctuary". A milestone record in the history of crust ..


Tracklist:
1. Winter
2. Beginning of the end


11 comments:

Anonymous said...

drink and be merry for tomorrow we may die!

Slobodan Burgher said...

out in the marshlands, deep in the wood...

Andrew @ AVERSIONLINE said...

Much like I said the last time you posted some Amebix tracks: One of the best bands EVER. And they need to reissue these early EP's on CD once again! That old (Bootleg?) disc is too damn hard to find now!

YoYoPunk said...

Thank you much for the Homomilitia stuff. You rock once again!

PS: Amebix also rocks. I love them.

maize said...

misery-blindead (from your want list)

http://punksonpostcards.blogspot.com/search?q=Misery+%3A+Blindead+

maize said...

Carol - Prefabricated 7"
http://www.sendspace.com/file/x0nu2o

azcrust said...

May you reach 1,000 posts (plus old age & the state of being the curator of the actual vinyl releases of all the 7" you post)! A great choice for post #100.

7inchcrust said...

Andrew, Winter and Who's your enemy were official ep's, i dont know if there 's any boot press round..
Maize thanks for Carol & Misery! thats great!
and thanks everybody for the comment :)

Flex said...

Fantastic, thanks so much for the upload!

Schwarzer_Frühling said...

The cover of this great EP is the artwork "the Black Idol" from František Kupka, who painted this in 1903. The band Sea of Deprivated also used this one for their s/t LP.

The Idol was the main inspiration for the Dracula Castle in the movie Bram Stoker's Dracula. Based on the self titled Roman from Bram Stoker. The movie itself was directed by Francis Coppola, who is known for the films "The Godfather" and "Apocalypse Now"

7inchcrust said...

thanks Schwarzer_Frühling, i always believed
the artwork was made by someone close to the band..thats very interesting.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franti%C5%A1ek_Kupka