Album: 13 Rocking Anthems
Release Date: July 1989
Music Genre: Punk Rock Hardcore
Label: In Your Face Records (2)
Release Country: United Kingdom
Record Type: 11 Tracks Vinyl LP
Hailing from a tiny village outside Stoke-on-Trent, UK - Plasmid - as they were originally called - started as a three piece politically-themed fast hardcore punk formed by Reevsy (guitar/vocals) and his 15 year old cousin Steve, on drums.
After one Plasmid demo, they joined up with newly recruited bassist Kalv from Nottingham, playing some local shows under their newly chosen, more "metallic" moniker, Heresy. Many of the early shows were booked by local HC promoter, and later Earache founder, Dig. Influenced by Discharge and the fastest US HC bands like MDC (2), Dirty Rotten Imbeciles and especially Siege (2), Heresy were lucky to have the formidable talents of Steve on drums, though young, he put himself through a punishing daily rehearsal schedule, such that he was arguably the fastest drummer in the world when they entered the local Nottingham no-budget Pavilion Studios just before Xmas 1985 to record the "Never Healed" flexi.
With Reevsy on guitar and vocal duties,and Kalv on bass, the band laid down 6 tracks in barely a day. The flexi was released by Kalv and Dig's DIY jointly funded label (the name "Earache" (...)
|A1||Everyday Madness Everyday|
|A2||Break The Connection|
|B1||Consume / Face Up To It|
|B2||Into The Grey|
|B4||Street Enters The House / Cornered Rat|
|B5||Open Up (D.Y.S.)|
Two John Peel Sessions on one LP.
The first side was originally transmitted 21st February 1989, second side on 9th March 1988.
In Your Face Records insert included.
"Thanks aplenty to John Peel".
Released by arrangement with BBC Enterprises Ltd.
℗ BBC 1989.