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Sep 8, 2014
Category: General
Posted by: bart

Sonny Vincent is releasing another full length in November 2014.  Sonny Vincent and Spite, featuring Rat Scabies from the Damned, Steve MacKay from the Stooges, and Glenn Matlock from the Sex Pistols. 

Out on UltraMafic Records in November!

Aug 29, 2014
Category: General
Posted by: bart
Fatal Figures are the members of The Blowtops latest, a band I'm just getting to know also on Big Neck Records. These guys are making it happen in way way western New York where it's winter six months a year. Buffalo was the big city we would occasionally drive to to either go across the border to drink in Canada or go to Darien Lake and see a huge show. I played with someone from Buffalo who would tell me about all kinds of cool shit that was happening and I imagined living there one day. Their latest builds on that garage intensity with some hardcore influences while keeping that raw, live sound.

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Aug 18, 2014
Category: General
Posted by: bart

 

Sonny Vincent - 'Cyanide Consommé' (Big Neck Records)


 I'm on it and will shout from the rooftops once more: Sonny fucking Vincent has a new record out and you should buy it because it's a killer release crammed full of fourteen noisey, punk rock attitude, rock and rolla, motherfucking songs! Now thats 'Cyanide Consommé' pretty much in a nut shell!

Read the full article!

 

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Jul 12, 2012
Category: General
Posted by: bart

If anyone has any live recordings of Big Neck Bands like the Baseball Furies, Blowtops, Sweet JAP, ect...

We would love to hear them! 

Jul 12, 2012
Category: General
Posted by: bart
We have to apologize that it took so long but the Clawtoe single is finally at the pressing plant.
Jul 6, 2012
Category: General
Posted by: bart

This record alternates between lurching, tectonic AmRep power-slude, and kinetic, direct, hardcore punk – often within the same song.   Vocals are up-front and in your face, channeling Henry Rollins, mostly Damaged era, but with elements of the first ROLLINS BAND LP.  This is not a bad thing.  The guitarist is a little more experimental with effects than on your typical hardcore record, giving this a slight psychedelic flair.  Good stuff, hope to hear more. (AM)

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