Wednesday, April 25, 2007


Just a quickie to keep you occupied 'til i finally get up the all Canadian megapost.
These were both gifts from the comments section which i'm reposting on the main page in case you missed 'em.
Courtesy of Slava, we have the 1977 Bad Axe 7", "Cry For Me/All You Can Stand". Both tracks are exclusive to the 7" which came out on the Progrezzive label, if you enjoyed the album, this is more of the same, although with slightly better production & tighter arrangements. Nice stuff Slava, thanks again.

BAD AXE - Cry For Me/All You Can Stand 7" (1977) USA

This one is bang up to date, and comes courtesy of Stu Anonymous. It's the 2007 demo from London based Thrash Metal quartet Tiberium. It's good stuff, full of youthful vim & vigour, with nods to all the right influences, give them a listen & see for yourself.

TIBERIUM - 2007 Demo (2007) UK


As i said, short & sweet, the BIG post is imminent, look for it before the week's out.


Blogger infinitefool said...

I'm really digging all this Bad Axe stuff. Thanks for turning me on to them (and all these other cool forgotten bands)!

Wednesday, April 25, 2007 3:33:00 PM  
Blogger bigfootkit said...

infinitefool, as a big fan of hearrockcity, it's a pleasure to find that you're enjoying what we're doing here. You guys post sooo much great stuff i can't keep up with it all, that we're giving you some ear candy in return is great.

Wednesday, April 25, 2007 3:53:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

one request reddy teddy and thundertrain -teenage suicide if you can ever post those that would be great.

Wednesday, April 25, 2007 11:08:00 PM  
Blogger JavyMetal said...

I'll go with another request: how about some Fist? Could be any of their albums or singles: Name, rank & Serial Number / Forever Amber / Turn the Hell On / Collision Course / Back with a Vengeance / The Wanderer / Storm.


Thursday, April 26, 2007 8:25:00 AM  
Anonymous Bigfoot Kit said...

Maybe got something(s) by them if memory serves, will have to have a dig around to see where they might be.
Sorry Reddy Teddy & Thundertrain doesn't ring a bell, maybe another visitor could help ?

Thursday, April 26, 2007 2:49:00 PM  
Anonymous said...

That Thundertrain Lp is famous for having a song on it that they said Van Hallen stole on their 1984 lp. It's called Hot for teacher but the music sounds nothing like the VH song. Anyway to my ears this album has very low level Hard rock-Punk music, totally unecesary for the music collector but quite rare today so some people like to have it on their collections. My copy includes a giant poster as well and they also had Hot for teacher released as a 7inch single. Thundertrain's lead singer Mach Bell sang also with the Joe Perry Project on the Once a rocker allways a rocker album

Monday, May 07, 2007 7:02:00 AM  

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