A wonderfull discoverie of awesome

When we first met up with Dischord one of the first things they said was "you might not like this" but having been continually amazed by every release thus far we just became more curious,
When they played something they thought would scare us off, we became even more curious, and so a game of cat and mouse ensued with the band trying to warn us away and in return we became the proverbial moth to the flame, not out of sheer bloody minded stubborn petulance but because the more they opened the concept to us the more we fell in love, and we'd only heard 2 songs at this point, good day that 😊
And now here we are, the day before release, if you want to hear those very same 2 songs then head over to the bands Facebook page, or wait till tomorrow and let this entire Dischord and friends Various Artists mix of styles wash over you in a way you couldn't dare expect.
Watch the video, it became a book which then became a soundtrack, you'll realise that boundaries are jus…

Convent Crescent

If you haven't heard of Dischord your circle must be very small, here we have a band that can't and won't sit still and we don't want them to because they're too bloody good to just be happy with what they have, they instinctively push their boundries to limits that take them out of their comfort zone and that is where they excel, flourish and amaze, and we haven't even spoken about them as a live unit yet, if you haven't seen them live you need to fix that asap.
So to Convent Crescent, from here we'll redirect you to The Punk Site and Just Some Punk Songs respectively so you can get their take on the outstanding outfit that are Dischord.
You can get a pre-order package from the band directly on their Facebook page.

The Prologue

Dischord - Director's Cut 

Its been a while (Archive)

Yes, it's been a while since we last did any archive releases and we're a bit overdue but keep your eyes peeled for some nice surprises, things are already being put together to make that happen 🙂

Last Act Of A Desperate Man

For all of you raging metalheads who like your thrashy goodness to be raw, brutal, dark and heavy as a lead balloon then wrap yer lugs round the awesome Deathead from Ogden, Utah, of the United friggin States of America
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Deathead - Last Act Of A Desperate Man by Lickerish Records

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Last Act has landed

We've been fans of Deathead for some time now and it was a massive buzz to get the chance to re-release their Blessed In Blasphemy album in the UK , fast forward a few months and with the help of Doom Witch (aka BattleKath from the mighty BKZ) we have the new single "Last Act Of A Desperate Man" which is a great taster before the new EP comes out, either later on in the year or early next, this is awesome enough to keep you going until then.
Deathead - Last Act Of A Desperate Man by Lickerish Records

Something to get excited about, I mean, REALLY excited !!

We are extremely happy to announce and welcome Blackpool hardcore punk outfit Dischord to the Lickerish family, 
If you haven't heard them before then now is the time to make the appropriate adjustments to your life and give them a listen, go to one of their shows and buy their merch, this hard working, fun loving unit are currently working on album number 4, which is due out in October and will be released through Lickerish records, 
Having met up with them recently while they were recording we were given the opportunity to listen to a couple of new songs they've been working on and were blown away, here is a band that is not afraid to try something new, something different while still keeping hold of their identity, we're all over that and can't wait to help them bring it to everyone far and wide, keep your eyes peeled 😊

Deathead - Blessed In Blasphemy

So here we are once more, this time with a re-release since it was a US only release in 2014, From Ogden in Utah, Deathead are a dirty as fuck thrash metal unit with influences taken from Sodom, Kreator and Motorhead to name a few but you get the idea what these lads are doing, and doing very well.
Formed by Chris Jester in 2001 they've progressed through the years while still keeping their base influences intact and staying true to their sound and style.
You can check them out at our Bandcamp page