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Burnt Cross - Earth Dies Screaming CD

Discussion in 'Anarcho-Punk music albums downloads' started by robmarriott72, Feb 3, 2010.

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    We now have our second cd available for a sliding download on Moshpit Tragedy Records, this means you pay as you want or even get it free if you so wish. Our first CD "Carcass of Humanity" has been downloaded over 2000 times from this site,

    http://moshpittragedy.com/info-burntcross2.php


    "If you downloaded these two brothers first CD "Carcass of Humanity" from Moshpit Tragedy then you wont be dissappointed with this offering. 10 tracks of anger-filled English Anarcho Punk similiar to bands such as Conflict, Flux,Cress etc. All songs come from the 3rd,4th and 5th 7"s which are now out-of-print. Political,sincere and killer tunes which have finally been given the digital treatment".


    Tracks are-

    1-BRIAN HAW
    2-CARCASS OF HUMANITY
    3-GOVERNED BY FOOLS
    4-REALITY OF SACRIFICE
    5-OUR NATURE,OUR CHOICE
    6-REMEMBER CHERNOBYL
    7-IN NATURE WE TRUST
    8-THIS BLOODY AGE
    9-BURDEN OF FAITH
    10-CONSUMED

    http://www.myspace.com/burntcross


    http://www.myspace.com/burntcross




    Maximum Rock'n'Roll reviews-

    BURNT CROSS "In nature we Trust" EP
    Fans of '80s anarcho / peace punk take note - BURNT CROSS just crossed a time warp and they are here to fly the flag of anthemic, politically charged melodic punk. The vocals (and lyrics) are the highlight here, appealing to the lowest common denominator in the same way as classic bands like SUBHUMANS and CRASS..... I realise that those are lofty comparisons, and I certainly do not think that BURNT CROSS reaches that status, but their delivery is certainly comparable. These are infectious tunes, so catchy that not only did i forget the drum machine, I fucking forgot it was there before the first song was over. How good is this record ? I have already fired off an e-mail to the label, ordering myself copies of the first two BURNT CROSS EPs. (MRR#316)

    Burnt Cross - "what hope tomorrow" EP
    This is fucking great anarcho-punk. It has loads of power due to the nature of the recording. The sound is fuzzy and distorted, yet accompanied by great hooks. What makes BURNT CROSS interesting is that the vocalist sounds angry and he is backing up his lyrics with bite. Can't stand bands that don't sound like they mean it and BURNT CROSS are not guilty of this. Four tracks on this disc that are well worth searching out. (MS) (tadpole / active rebellion / opiate) MRR #312
     




    RECORD INFORMATION

    The Earth Dies Screaming
    Release Date : 2009

    Tracks 1-10 have been taken from: 3rd 7" - [m=343768]. 4th 7" - [m=1309995]. 5th 7" - [m=1309992].Issued in a standard jewel case with 8 page b/w booklet with lyrics/info.Track durations taken from Audiograbber.
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    Burnt Cross Biography

    WEBSITE
    Burnt Cross is an anarcho punk recording project which came together in Brighton, UK and is made up of twin brothers [a2016279] and [a2016280].

    Though formed in January 2007 the brothers are no strangers to playing punk rock and have performed in bands together as far back as kids fifteen years ago.

    The first album ‘Carcass Of Humanity’ was released through Pumpkin Records in 2007 as a 10 track CD and later as an LP version through Tadpole Records (recently re-released on to red vinyl). So far they have also co-released ten 7” EP's with over 20 international record labels. (as of May 2014). The second CD was a split with Scottish punk band A.U.K and was entitled “Earth Dies Screaming, the third CD/LP 'Mankind's Obituary' was released in late 2011 with the vinyl issued early 2012.

    All music is recorded in Rob’s bedroom using an 8-track and the band are influenced by the 80’s Anarcho punk sound like such bands as Existance, Flux of Pink Indians, Crass etc. A free download of Carcass of Humanity and Earth Dies Screaming is available from http://www.moshpittragedy.com/

    Band members: Rob Marriott, Paul Marriott
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    Burnt Cross is an anarcho punk recording project which came together in Brighton, UK and is made up of twin brothers Rob Marriott and Paul Marriott.

    Though formed in January 2007 the brothers are no strangers to playing punk rock and have performed in bands together as far back as kids fifteen years ago.

    'CARCASS OF HUMANITY' was released through Pumpkin Records in 2007 as a 10 track CD and later as an LP version through Tadpole Records (recently re-released on to red vinyl).So far they have also released seven 7"s and are releasing a new 12" in Jan/Feb 2011. The second CD was a split with Scottish punk band A.U.K and was entitled "EARTH DIES SCREAMING" and both CD's are available for £5 (for both) inc post from Burnt Cross facebook page or the myspace site. Tshirts are also available.

    All music is recorded in Rob's bedroom using an 8-track and the band are influenced by the 80's Anarcho punk sound like such bands as Existance, Flux of Pink Indians, Crass etc. A free download of Carcass of Humanity and Earth Dies Screaming is available from moshpittragedy.com

    www.myspace.com/burntcross or find them on facebook which is their official website

    Read More...
    Disclaimer: this biography was gathered automatically through an external music database and could be inaccurate. We don't control the information found here.


    Label - Tadpole Records

    Punk, Hardcore, Metal & Noise label from Brighton, UK. Founded and run by Darren Bourne (4).
    Started in 1996, had a few years off and started up again in 2007, ended in 2018


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    Re: BURNT CROSS-Earth Dies Screaming CD

    We also have free Burnt Cross patches for just a stamp if anyones intertested, 3 designs, get in touch
     
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    Re: BURNT CROSS-Earth Dies Screaming CD

    wow!! im amazed with this... i remember seeing the album in mrr or somewhere...

    yes!
     
  4. robmarriott72

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    We also have a split 7" coming up in a couple of months with CRESS, will keep you posted :)
     
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    this is great.... love what your doing.... thumbs up from Australia
     
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    Re: BURNT CROSS-Earth Dies Screaming CD

    For all you tape collectors out there this is a must- 22 Burnt Cross tracks on one cassette which comes with a 12 page lyric booklet, patch and all inside a special printed envelope pack as below.

    This has been put out by Dans La Death Records(France) and to order a copy please email-

    [email protected]
     
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    hey definitely motivated to follow your example... but a one person thing though mostlikly acoustic... punkrawk 4 sure don't like grassy shit. any tips??
     
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    Re: BURNT CROSS-Earth Dies Screaming CD

    Burnt Cross just use BOSS900cdr 8 track to record, i only have a guitar and mic and thats it, i dont do computor based music, the drum machine is in-built and so i record that live cos im shit at programming (ie- i have to turn knob when chorus comes in etc) then just lay gutair down and bass (which is just one guitar string through one of the effects) and then my bro comes over once every 6 weeks and lays his vocals down.
    The machine cost £275 but its cheaper now and has suited us great, released 6 7"s and and LP from it and all is going good, with a split 7" with Cress coming up soon so worked well for me.

    Heres a link to pic of what i use and to hear our music just go to our myspace site, we have 2 free download cds on Anarchopunk.net also

    Thanks, Rob (Burnt Cross)

    http://viewmorepics.myspace.com/index.c ... ID=4622427
     
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    gracias!! that sounds great. I got a 4 track at a yard sale for 3 us dollrs and I may try to mix with that. I dont know how to play a guitar although i heard it's easier than a frenchhorn, sax, trumpet with i can play. Lyrics have been in the making since the 1989... thanks for the advice...

    I've had the albums for a few months now.

    A local punk performer did a one man show locally, but he has declined to do "[email protected]" work anymore... take care.
     
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    dued dint know you wear a 2 man band burnt cross is kick ass i constantly jam your music
     
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    Maximum R'n'R review of Brian Haw 7" which is fully included on this cd

    BURNT CROSS - "Brian Haw" EP
    A US re-press of this Brighton, England duo's third EP that was issued in very limited quantity in the UK in 2008. BURNT CROSS is one of the strongest current bearers of the UK anarcho punk tradition a la SUBHUANS, CONFLICT, and CRASS, and this four song EP showcases the basic stripped-down music that frames their anarcho-punk rants delivered in a thick UK accent. What's hilarious is the accent and language that was spread all around the world by the Empire where the sun never sets sounds perfect for ripping the British government to pieces with lyrical condemnation 200 or so years later. The long lyrical rants just don't have the same bite spit out in Californian "yeah dude" or a Southern drawl, which explains why still to this day there are bands from Encinitas or Corona singing in UK accents. The great, heavily accented vocalist here adds considerable force to lyrics about police treatment of war protestor Brian Haw, the (formerly) current UK government under Gordon Brown and environmental destruction. The music is at first listen somewhat simple mid-tempo anarcho punk, but the simplicity masks its underlying creativity, making it an ace EP. (KS)
    (Loud Punk)
     
  13. punkmar77

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    I find this generalization of California Anarcho-Punk to be a ridiculous stereotype and also full of shit, 'yeah dude' culture is not Ca., it is part of it but that represents less than 5% of this culture.. Latinos don't say 'yeah dude' and we have a lot to be angry and defiant about and Anglophile 's don't have a clue about what the fuck we go through here in order to survive the oppression not only from the State and police but from the inherently racist majority of the rest of the population. Also any band that sings with a UK accent here is not accepted so I don't understand what the fuck this MRR reviewer is jabbering on about. Burnt Cross is alright but we have bands here that rip them to pieces, Captain Planet and Death Crisis alone.....not to mention Crucifix and Diatribe :@
     
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    Yeah its just a review, i wouldnt get angry about it, i agree that people all over suffer opression and couldnt care about anglophile reviewers who like the accent, he should of used his head a bit more if it was gonna cause offence but if you picked apart every review in MMR you could debate for years..

    As for the other bands ripping Burnt Cross apart well who cares, some people like Burnt Cross more than these bands, its just a matter of opinion, we aint doing music to be better than anyone or compete, we will leave that to childish rock/pop fans . We just do this band as a non-profit DIY project to get a message out, not to say "ooooh were better than you" , thats sucks
     
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    My apologies Rob, I let my anger get ahead of me.....I like Burnt Cross, that review just chapped me....
     
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    No worries my friend, if i could delete the review from this post i would cos i dont want to cause any offence, you are right to think the guy told it wrong about Cali bands etc, i thank you for your reply, i was hoping it wasnt gonna turn into a slanging match which happens on here too much so respect for your maturity, love and anger-Rob
     
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    BURNT CROSS / CRESS - split EP
    While I've heard the buzz about BURNT CROSS for quite a while, this is actually the first time I've heard them, and I'm quite damn impressed! It's just angry and stripped-down as the Crass Records bands that th...ey draw their influences from. Very Feeding of the 5000 meets the SYSTEM or LIBERTY with vocals that are just as pissed and well articulated as Colin Jerwood's. That was a refreshing change of pace from my usual fare and I will have to track down the back catalog posthaste (too bad all those singles are so damned limited!). I haven't heard CRESS since their split with DOOM oh-so-many years ago, but
    their multi-vocal anarcho-punk assault sounds virtually unchanged. Compared to BURNT CROSS, these tracks are a bit more metallic (except the spoken-word bit) and maybe drag a bit in spots. Still, it's a solid split and both sides are well worth hearing. Kudos to both bands for taking a well-worn style and making it sound fresh and vital again! (AU) Maximum R'n'R


    Read more: http://bulletins.myspace.com/index.cfm? ... z10SacNUuC
     
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    Burnt Cross cover of The Apostles "Mob Violence"

    [video]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54E5sXhyh9o[/video]
     
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    new website and EP in 2 months
     

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