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S.H.I.T.  - Demo 2012 flac album
Demo 2012
Hardcore, Punk
FLAC album size:
1579 mb
Other formats:
4.6 ✪

Demo 2012 by GLUE, released 11 December 2012 1. Intro 2. Peer Evaluation 3. The jokes write themselves 4. Close but no cigar 5. No excuse 6. Falling apart. supported by 36 fans who also own Demo 2012. supported by 33 fans who also own Demo 2012. Outcast Stomp is fucking great. Shame they broke up. theneutronstar. supported by 25 fans who also own Demo 2012. Reminds me a whole lot of early punk from the 70s and 90s, but has a ripping style all it's own. Merzbear.

I Don't Give a Shit Demo 2012 by Prometheus Rising, released 23 November 2012 1. I Don't Give a Shit (Fuck You All) 2. . D (Darkthrone Cover) 3. D (Darkthrone Cover; Alternate Mix) Demo - November 2012. Includes back cover Crust Punk style music. Dedicated to the 'hardworking' people of the British Coalition Government. Got it. + add. album. Demo - November 2012. Crust Punk style music.

Demo 2012 Information. Track listing (Songs). 1. Decompressive Craniectomy.

Death Grind Demoralizer. Released date 21 February 2013. Labels Self-Released.

We present to you Pitchfork's Top 50 Albums of 2012. As ever, both LPs and EPs are eligible. In certain circles, this album seemed destined for greatness before it was even committed to wax and has more than fulfilled the promise of the Arkansas outfit's 2009 demo. Sorrow and Extinction is moving and graceful and devastating. But what separates Pallbearer from the million and a half other doom bands is soul.


1 Feeding Time
2 Eraser
3 Human Kindness
4 Muscle Mag
5 Bondage
6 Mind Fuck


Self released demo tape from this punk band from Toronto featuring members of Violent Future, Urban Blight and Purity Control.

Double sided J-card insert with photos and lyrics

Black tapes with paper sticker label
  • Dugor
There are actually multiple versions of this release, here's what I have types out, maybe we can split them up. This is especially relevant for people paying $35 for a tape that might actually be one of the defective ones:When the band initially dubbed the tapes, the CD master that was used skipped during one of the songs. This skipping was then heard on the tape. There is nothing different about the aesthetic appearance of the tape or the art, the only difference is the audio that was dubbed onto the tape. The band could be contacted about the issue, and they sent new copies of the tape (without covers) to those who asked.