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Lifer, Deather, Hesher, Whatever.
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Post Phil Vane of Extreme Noise Terror
It's Phil Vane from Extreme Noise Terror's funeral today and I can't go, so i'm posting this instead.

Lovely bloke, great vocalist.....R.I.P.....



Tue Mar 15, 2011 9:39 am
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Post Re: Phil Vane of Extreme Noise Terror
Cheers...

My daughter is ill, otherwise I would have driven there....

Tell them we send regards from the Brum lot.


Tue Mar 15, 2011 10:10 am
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I was just listening to his latest band (Death Dealers) today- his musical output was consistantly awesome.

ENT played here in Houston back in the '90s, one of my friends was the promoter and another was in the opening band. Both of them said Phil was a great guy (he even bought a copy of the opening band's demo). That was a ripping show as well. He leaves behind a great musical legacy.

He'll be missed...

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Tue Mar 15, 2011 11:54 am
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Post Re: Phil Vane of Extreme Noise Terror
johnny doom wrote:
....R.I.P.....

Indeed, jd. Condolences to his family and friends today.


Tue Mar 15, 2011 10:18 pm
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Glad I went. Like Was said, nice to see so many people there. Good tributes. Moving tribute from Sam. Drunk (possibly) too much alcohol after. As I said, glad I went.


Wed Mar 16, 2011 1:37 am
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Glad it went well.

Alot of old faces then?


Wed Mar 16, 2011 8:21 am
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Moses The Prophet wrote:
Khylst wrote:
Glad I went. Like Was said, nice to see so many people there. Good tributes. Moving tribute from Sam. Drunk (possibly) too much alcohol after. As I said, glad I went.


Sorry I didn't get to find you man! Things just seemed to flow from our arrival, the service, to the pub. So many people I hadn't seen for literally years.


S'alright mate. I did keep looking around but there was so many people milling about beforehand and the service itself, burial and then the pub, chances are we'd never meet. As you said man, great turnout, Phil would have been chuffed.


Wed Mar 16, 2011 12:40 pm
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Morf wrote:
Happy birthday, Khylst!


Thanks Morf!!


Wed Mar 16, 2011 12:41 pm
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Wish I could have gone. Was Stick there? I did an interview with him about Doom and Excrement Of War in my old 'zine and he was pretty funny. I heard he's kind of dropped out of the scene, tho.
You should have taken some pics!


Wed Mar 16, 2011 1:20 pm
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deadthyme wrote:
Wish I could have gone. Was Stick there? I did an interview with him about Doom and Excrement Of War in my old 'zine and he was pretty funny. I heard he's kind of dropped out of the scene, tho.
You should have taken some pics!

At a funeral?

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At the pub afterwards- not the funeral!


Wed Mar 16, 2011 1:25 pm
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Post Re: Phil Vane of Extreme Noise Terror
Stick couldn't go...

He hasn't dropped out of 'the scene' ...he still plays with Doom and they are rehersing new material and playing USA soon


Wed Mar 16, 2011 5:27 pm
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Yeah- they're playing here in June. Can't wait for that. I didn't know Stick was still with them. That's cool...


Wed Mar 16, 2011 11:57 pm
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Great send off for a great bloke.
Pretty damn perfect location too.
There are a few photos from the pub lurking around facebook.
not sure if this'll work...
http://www.facebook.com/login/setashome.php?ref=home#!/album.php?fbid=10150112970587639&id=515902638&aid=285421


Mon Mar 21, 2011 9:56 pm
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Yeah, I couldn't see them. You'll have to upload them to imageshack or something probably...


Tue Mar 22, 2011 6:34 am
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Post Re: Phil Vane of Extreme Noise Terror
A Hangover in Your Head

The 1989 Extreme Noise Terror/Disrupt Split 7”

https://www.negativeinsight.com/niblog/ ... inyourhead

https://www.instagram.com/p/CEoqb0ejRpK/

In 1989, England's Extreme Noise Terror were at the forefront of the crust genre. Having just released their masterpiece "A Holocaust In Your Head," there were few bands who rivaled their reputation in the game. Their contemporary brew of aggressive hardcore was distinct and forceful, making waves all the way across the pond into America and inspiring a new crop of groups with their this dual-vocal approach.

Perhaps the most notable of those inspired were Massachusetts' band Disrupt. While still relatively new to the scene, they were already playing a style of music that earned them the moniker as "the American ENT." Clearly it's foolish to try and dispute the obvious similarities, but most seasoned listeners of the genre would bluntly tell you that comparing the two groups is unfathomable and borderline sacrilege.

At the very start of their existence, Disrupt vocalists Pete Kamarinos and Jay Stiles were in discussion with their unofficial brothers across the ocean in regards to collaborating on a split EP for their premier release. This record would never materialize, however the bands remained in contact and forged a long distance kinship for years to come. They would eventually go on to collaborate on a project called Disabuse, releasing the sole eponymous EP in 1994.

Still, while both bands went on to carve their own niche in the annals of crust history, one cannot help but imagine how this aborted concept played into the ultimate legacy of Disrupt as a standalone, classic band.

In an interview with Jay Stiles of Disrupt, we explore how the two bands first came in contact, how the idea for the 7" came about, and why it ultimately never came to fruition.

To go along with the interview, Ben from Dropdead was kind enough to recount how he first became acquainted with the members of Disrupt, and ultimately how the tracks from the aborted split EP with Extreme Noise Terror would come to be released on Ben's label at the time, Crust Records.

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Crust bangers collection photos of Disrupt, ENT and Disabuse from long time friend of the magazine, M. Ban(ned from the pubs)field.
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Archival photos of first EP and master reels courtesy of Ben Barnett (Crust Records/Armageddon Shop).
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ENT/Chaos U.K. split LP test press on Manic Ears from the collection of Negative Insight Staff.
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