Disfear Re-Issues Soul Scars On Vinyl For 25-Year Anniversary

Swedish crust punks Disfear have announced that their debut record Soul Scars will be reissued on vinyl LP on May 8th, 2020. The band, famous for their hybrid of d-beat hardcore, grindcore, and Swedish style melodic death metal introduced the most complete form of their sound on that album.

The band have issued the following statement:

Coming up on the 25 year anniversary of the release of Soul Scars, originally released in May 1995, we celebrate the occasion with a repress of the album on vinyl, with our friends La Familia Releases, Havoc Records, and Punkdistro.de, and on streaming services with the help of our pals at Relapse Records. Thanks guys!

May 8 2020 is the date to remember.

Take care, stay home and stay safe!

Updated from punkdistro.de:

The pre-sale for Disfear’s Soul Scars LP has started last week and is overwhelming!

The limited colored version on purple-marbles vinyl is almost sold out from us!! There are only eight copies left…first come, first serve!

The record is still in production but we┬┤re right in time! Release date will be MAY 08!!

Fans of hardcore punk and in particular Discharge will find something of enduring quality in this hard to find, and thankfully re-released record. Now we look forward to a CD re-issue since vinyls are hard to play in the car or on boats.

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7 thoughts on “Disfear Re-Issues Soul Scars On Vinyl For 25-Year Anniversary”

  1. Doug says:

    Interesting video if you don’t have anything better to do.

    https://youtube.com/watch?v=A17mICgKUqY

  2. Hammmerscnictzl says:

    I think Vomitory mixed in D-beat influences more skillfully without being a blatant D-band and made really fine death thrash that could get a group of armed soldiers enthusiastic about the upcoming rape and pillage (“there are no innocent civilians!”) The faggot cunt that was on here trying to be funny spamming the comments with Vomitory posts got me to check them out and now I listen to them all the time. Mainly their first two albums but there’s nothing gay or homo about their other shit either. I can’t say the same for Disfear who are famous for being on Relapse Records during the Adidas/hairgel/Xgames-grind era and nothing else.

    1. Jiub says:

      Listening to Raped in Their Own Blood now, you’re actually right. Never picked up on that before

    2. Scum says:

      That faggot cunt was a pin in the ass but Redemption is a killer album.

      1. F1 Racist says:

        well he got you geniuses to talk about good metal didnt he

  3. ignominious says:

    I too have bemoaned the lack of a record player on my boat.

    1. Enda Miller says:

      Indeed, many times….

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