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HERESY - “Never Healed” flexi ep (Earache Records - ear1) ‘85
I’ll try to channel my inner Pushead for this one (clears throat): “As you drop the needle onto this flexi, sweating in anticipation, a rumbling thunderstorm of drums fires a supersonic lightning bolt ripping thru your skull, spraying blood, grey matter, and shards of bone around the room while buzzsaw guitar tones surge adrenaline thru you at jackhammer speed, rattlling your spinal discs like castanets, your body convulsing in rapid-fire tremens and overloading your throbbing eyes, exploding acid erupting from your sockets as it scalds down your melting face.” Well that stunk, sorry.
From the inner sleeve:
“Recorded and mixed at Pavilion Studios 8-track, W Bridgford, Nottingham in 4 1/2 hours at total cost of 40 pounds (yes, we know the vocals are mixed low!)
Total cost of pressing, recording, plastic bags, inserts & covers: 800 pounds, 3000 pressed”.
Also see more info on the record and their origins as PLASMID here http://www.earache.com/bands/heresy/heresy.html and Zouo’s post of the “Thanks!” ep http://www.7inchpunk.com/?p=407#comments for more tunes & links.
And just peep the t-shirt…that Kalv’s got some nerve!
Posted by: booblikon