Used punk vinyl FOR SALE

Records For Sale (All are used but in good condition)

10”s

Benny – Finnish Road Junction (Boss Tuneage) [pic disc] £3

Blocko – Oimo (Boss Tuneage/Does Everyone Stare) [pic disc] £3

Chillerton / When All Else Fails split (Boss Tuneage/Cat N Cakey) [pic disc] £3

The Pheonix Foundation – These Days (Combat Rock0 [white vinyl] £3

Reazione – L’altra Faccia Della Riviera (Dirty Punk) £3

The Rebels – Full Circle (Knockout) [pic disc] £3

Short N Curlies – For Fucks Sake (Knockout) £3

Swellbellys – Taking Care of Business (Peter Bower) [orange] £3

Various – Back On the Streets (TKO) [Slang, Dropkick Murphys, Tom & The Bootboys, A Poor Excuse) £5

 

LP

Active Minds – It’s Perfectly Obvious… (Maloka/Loony Tunes) £3

ANS – The Pool (Cowabunga) [gold vinyl] £7

ANS – The Process of Stoking Out (clear gold vinyl) 4/20 screen printed sleeves VERY LIMITED £10

ANS – The Process of Stoking Out(Cowabunga Records) [clear gold vinyl] £7

Ass-End Offend – Character Assassins (Wantage) [screen printed] £3

The Blaggers – On Yer Toez (Mad Butcher/Knockout) £3

Blank 77 – Killer Blanks (Radical) £5

BUSH – Sao Paulo (Thrash Bastard) £3

Dog On A Rope – Spike (Chase Out) £4

Dragnet – We’re All Cutthroats (DeadAlive) £3

ETA – We’re Not the Problem (PFC) £7

Freaks Union/Whizzwood – split LP (Peter Bower) £5

A Global Threat – What the Fuck Will Change (Punkcore) £5

Highscore – s/t (Deranged) £3

Hit Me Back Life (Punk Before Profits/Six Two Five/Refuse) [clear mint] £3

The Horror – The Fear, the Terror, the Horror (Crimescene) £5

Hot Water Music – The New What Next (No Idea) [clear vinyl] £7

Imbalance – Wreaks Havoc With the Inner Ear (Armed With Anger/Hermit) [clear vinyl] £5

Impact – s/t???? (AntiSociety) [[1982-84 demos + 2006 recordings] £3

In The Shit – A World of… (Mass Prod/Blind Destruction) £3

I Walk The Line – Badlands (Combat Rock/Boss T) [brown vinyl] £4

I Walk The Line – Desolation Street (Combat Rock) £4

Lets Grow – Disease of Modern Times (Refuse/Thrash Bastard) £3

Look Back & Laugh – s/t (Lengua  Armada) £4

Manifesto Jukebox – Desire (Boss Tuneage) [pic disc] £4

The Newtown Grunts – Disgruntled (Rat Race) £4

Niblick Henbane – Go Away (TKO) £5

No///Se – s/t (Yo-Yo) £5

No///Se – Lower Berth (Yo-Yo) [red vinyl] £5

Offenders – Endless Struggle (Kangaroo) £4

The Pist – Ideas Are Bulletproof (Elevator Music) £6

Power Corrupts – War Against Reason (Beanhead) [blue vinyl] £4

Registrators – Terminal Boredom (Rip Off Records) £3

Reproach / Sunpower – Live split (Crucial Attack) £5

Right Brigade – s/t (Revelation) £6

The Rites – s/t (DeadAlive) £5

The Rites – Wish You Never Knew (Even Worse/Way Back When) £5

Runnin’ Riot – Reclaim the Streets (Streetmusic) [pic disc] £8

Sick On The Bus – Go To Hell (Mass Prod/Brain Damage) [gatefold sleeve] £5

Snoty – Short&Quick&Love (Hermit) £3

Subversives – Protest & Dance (Step-1) [yellow] £5

The Stakeout / Burnpile – split (Six Weeks) £5

Skate Korpse – s/t??? (Punks Before Profits/Feral Kids) [screen printed sleeve] £5

The Specials – Live at the Moonlight Club 1979 (2Tone) £10

Strung Up / Direct Control – split LP (Tank Crimes/No Way) £7

Sunpower – Bondage (Gorilla Records) £5

Sunpower – Pain for Profit (Holy Shit/Still Holding On) [gatefold sleeve] £5

Swellbellys – Bordeaux Or Bust (Peter Bower) [LTD 200] £4

Swellbellys – Bullets & Blades (Peter Bower) [white/black split col vinyl] £4

Tear It Up – Nothing to Nothing (DeadAlive) £8

Tear It Up – Just Can’t Stand It (Deranged) [red vinyl] £8

Tear It Up – Taking You Down With Me (Havoc) £8

Tear It Up / ETA – Split LP (DeadAlive) £8

Toe to Toe – Threats & Facts (Kangaroo) £4

Tranzmitors – s/t (Deranged) £3

Union 13 – Youth, Betrayal and the Awakening (Epitaph) £8

Violent Arrest – Life Inside the Western Bloc (Boss Tuneage/Farewell) [red splatter] £8

Voorhees – Spilling Blood Without Reason (Zandor) £5

Whatever – Youngsters (Dr Strange) £8

Where Fear and Weapons Meet – The Weapon (Revelation) £7

White Kaps – Cannonball Man (Hopeless) £7

Wreck of Old ’98 – s/t (Opiate/Milliepeed/Superfi/SNCL) £3

The Wynona Riders – JD Salinger (Lookout) [w/ bonus 7”] £10

Various – Musique Pour La Resistance [Anticlockwise/Critikill/Kamizol/Swellbellys] £3

Various – Retro Is Poison (Punk Before Profits) [Ciril, Karnvapen Attacks, I Object, Active Minds] £3

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Postage costs (UK ONLY): First LP £3.20; additional LPs £1.

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Splatterpunk Fighting Back

 

The latest Splatterpunk anthology, SPLATTERPUNK: FIGHTING BACK (co-edited by Kit Power), has been nominated for a Splatterpunk Award at Killercon (organised by Wrath James White and Brian Keene), along with 3 of the stories: Extinction Therapy by Bracken Macleod, Melvin by Matt Shaw and Molly by Glenn Rolfe. All of the royalties from FIGHTING BACK are being donated to the cancer care charity, MacMillan.

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Jack Bantry’s Top Ten Splatterpunk and Extreme Horror Novels

I’ve read a lot of these types of lists in the past, never agreed with many of the books on the lists, so I’ve decided to create my own.  Some predictable titles on here, but hey-ho, these are my favourites and this is my list.

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“A DIY Guide to Putting Out Your Very Own Zine” by Jack Bantry

“A DIY Guide to Putting Out Your Very Own Zine” by Jack

In the 1980’s and 90’s photocopied, or Xeroxed, zines were very popular. They were an affordable way for a publisher to put out an anthology (or collection) of stories. Unfortunately, due to the advancement in printing, the traditional zine has been replaced by glossy, professional looking magazines, and people took advantage of the internet to produce (mainly free) online zines (these were short lived). Now, with technology being the way it is, podcasts and (YouTube) video blogs are the new thing.

So, why write a column about putting out your very own zine, you may ask, when the article could be a guide to putting out a podcast or YouTube blog? Well, it doesn’t have to be this way.

I think there’s still a place for the traditional zine in modern publishing.

Why?

Nostalgia: we all love some nostalgia.

Affordability: cheap to print (or use your workplaces machine). Do a deal with work. Buy the paper and give them some money towards the ink or toner if needed.

Helps create the publishers persona or brand for you, the writer/publisher. Jack Bantry – he’s the Splatterpunk guy, (not to be mistaken for David Schow – the older, original Splatterpunk guy!).

Creating a market for short stories, these are disappearing rapidly so you could do your bit (we all could – how cool would that be?) and help the “scene” grow and become stronger.

Do something similar (and probably cheaper) with your own stories, like a chapbook.

Better still get together with some other writer friends. For example: if four of you put in a story and then all chipped in on the printing cost in would cost you next to nothing (especially if you used the works copier); and it would give you…

Something to sell at conventions: you can print as many as you want, whenever you want, and take them to the next convention you are attending.

So how do you put out a zine?

Create your own style (brand). I’m a punk so I have gone with what I know. I also love splatter fiction. There we have it. Splatterpunk Zine.

What do you include? Whatever you want: fiction; non-fiction; illustrations; interviews; book reviews. It doesn’t even have to be fiction, it could be essays.

You can pick the style or genre: extreme horror; Splatterpunk; bizarro; ghost stories; quiet horror, crime, Sci-if, a guide to picking and eating wild mushrooms in North Yorkshire. It really can be whatever you want.

Once you’ve decided what you want to produce you get writing or invite or go down the open submissions route. There lots of computer programmes to help you layout the zine (you’ll probably already have some on your computer) and you can get fancy programmes like InDesign. Or you can be old skool (old is cool) and go cut & paste with some scissors and glue. Create a master copy and go the printers.

Then you’ve just got to sell them. Keeping the costs down will help with a low sale price. Set up your own website (free using places like WordPress), linking to pay sites like Big Cartel (again, free) will allow people to pay with PayPal, or just get out there to conventions and book/zine fairs and sell them.

There’s no right way to put out a zine, I’m no expert, just get out there and have a go.

It’s also DIY!

See you in the queue at the photocopier.

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Splatterpunk: Fighting Back (a charity anthology)

SPLATTERPUNK: FIGHTING BACK is a horror anthology edited by Jack Bantry and Kit Power, published by Splatterpunk Zine, in aid of a cancer support charity. The anthology features new fiction by Adam Millard, Matt Shaw, Bracken MacLeod, John Boden, Duncan Ralston, Rich Hawkins, Glenn Rolfe, George Daniel Lea, Tim Curran, WD Gagliani & Dave Benton and Kristopher Rufty. Like our previous anthology, SPLATTERPUNK’S NOT DEAD, the cover art’s by Dan Henk, with cover design by Mike Dickinson.

The anthology is available on paperback and Kindle from Amazon.

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TENEBRION by James H Longmore (Book Review)

TENEBRION by James H Longmore (Black Bed Sheet Books)

A group of young film makers, hoping to land the coveted first place spot of a contest, have a doozy of a plan to do so. First, they’ll film their movie at the scene of a horrific crime, a school shooting that haunts the city to this day. Second, they’ll perform a black magic ritual and invoke a demon – on film. Third, they’ll win all the fame and accolades. Solid plan…until it goes south. The ritual is a success and our crew of film folks find themselves pursued through a haunted school by an evil beast bent of ravaging their bodies as well as their minds. It could be boiled down as PECKER meets NIGHT OF THE DEMONS.

The cast of TENEBRION are not the most likeable, that’s what I liked about it. And the depth Longmore gives them is remarkable. What would surely be another shallow pulp horror novel is elevated by the attention to character detail and the gallows humor he peppers this with. Much like the last thing I read from him, FLANAGAN, Longmore lets his comic side show through at the darkest times. A bloody good time to be had here. (John Boden)

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THE SILENCE OF DEATH by Kyle Lybeck (Book Review)

THE SILENCE OF DEATH by Kyle Lybeck

Private Paul Eastbrook was a member of Special Forces during the Vietnam conflict. When a routine mission goes terribly wrong, Paul finds himself on the wrong side of justice and held accountable for dark deeds that chain him to an ugly and lonely future.

Decades later, Scott Eastbrook is released from prison and angry as hell. He has a plan in place to avenge his father’s imprisonment and the brutal and bloody trail of this revenge will mark a map of many states. He takes a reluctant accomplice along, one who has a lot of insight into the history of the matter. And then things get even stranger.

Kyle Lybeck is the author of two collections, with THE SILENCE OF DEATH, he flexes his muscles on a longer work. The characters are well drawn and the brutality is just that. The story moves at a good pace and delivers us to an ending that is a fist to the jaw. THE SILENCE OF DEATH is an edgy revenge thriller with a lot of heart and even more blood. (John Boden)

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