APATIA “Demo 1991” LP GREENCORE ZINE anthology (ltd edition, green)
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APATIA “Demo 1991” LP + GREENCOR ZINE anthology (ltd edition, alt. cover, green vinyl) 35.00 EUR / 150.00zl
(REFUSE) In 1991, APATIA is already a well-recognized band in Poland, regularly playing shows and often appearing in fanzines. Ready to take the next step, they work hard new and phenomenal material that is already presented at their shows. Before the band enters the studio for the first time, new songs appear on the “Live” cassette (also known as “Literature and art in the fight against fascism”) and record a demo of 11 songs, which will then be used as promo material only and send to potential publishers – Pietia from QQRYQ and Uszaty from NNNW. This never published and unknown demo of the band is now being released on vinyl exactly 30 years after its recordings. Documents the band just before recording the first album for Nikt Nic Nie Wie.
APATIA of the beginning of the 90s it was an absolutely new quality in the local hardcore scene with its own characteristic style and great lyrics. For the next 20 years, we were able to enjoy the work of these guys who created one of the strongest pillars in the history of Hardcore Punk in Poland.
Demo 1991 LP comes out with the anthology of the fanzine “Greencore”, published in Poznan by members of Apatia – Bulwa and Matol, in the years 1989-1990 (all in Polish!). During this period, four issues were published, which – as the name suggests, combined the subject of HC (interviews, reviews, reports) with ecology and also strongly promoted vegetarianism and took up current socio-political and anti-Nazi topics. The zine published columns and comics. “Greencore” has published interviews with the bands ORANGE WORLD, S.K.T.C., KANADA, STRAWBERRY, A.P.S.F., BLOCKADE, AGENT 86, INDIREKT, AHIMSA, DER PANIK TREIBRIEGEL and ASSASSINS OF GOD.
This anthology reflects the spirit of the young DIY scene of that period – enthusiasm and activism on many levels.
Graphic design of the album cover and anthology: Jaroslaw Skladanek. Mastering Smok (Studio As One).
One-time pressing of 309 copies.