Got this little burner in the mail last week from A Friend Of The Escape from a band who said they thought they would be perfect Noise Punk Monday fodder. SCUM were right. Following the set guidelines for their various chosen subgenres to a fukkn 'T' and blazing through raw as fuck Scandi/Japan influenced noisy hardcore. Just the way you like it.
TERMINAL ESCAPE is a home for cassettes. Terminal Escape is here to share music that was released on, or copied onto, cassette. You are encouraged to acquire physical copies of the tapes you enjoy, as this blog is meant to support those artists and labels, not circumvent them. If you have a legitimate claim to any of the music I've shared and would like it removed, I'm happy to do so....but someone is probably already streaming it on YouTube anyway so you shouldn't be so uptight.
DEAD LINKS are common. Digital media are temporary. I will re-post tapes from Terminal Escape's infancy from time to time (primarily when requested), but I will not chase dead links.
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