Nov 6, 2006

NO ONES HERO "no ones hero" 3rd 7"

A few weeks ago I was at a friends house in Erie. I looked in his closet and he had a small stack of 7"s given to him from another friend to sell on ebay. I freaked out as I pulled this gem out of the pile. You might remember NO ONES HERO from an older Coregasm post that you can hear/read by clicking here. Well this is their 3rd 7" and I was more than excited to finally hear this. I can't believe it took me over 10 years to randomly find it in my friends closet.

Check it out as it's 3 more powerful songs from this great band. The vocals are even a little bit more frantic and the kick drum just cuts through to your chest. There's some sweet grooves that remind me of some older Turmoil parts here and there and the vocals sound somewhat like the singer of Starkweather only in a full blown hardcore band. Over all a good solid release by Motherbox Records & No Ones Hero in 1996.

NO ONES HERO "s/t" 7" on Motherbox Records(#17) 1996
1. Roadside
2. Car 54
3. Crow


phil d said...

i think the best thing about these songs are how frantic the vocals sound i love it. solid shit.

Andrew @ AVERSIONLINE said...

Yikes, the bulk of the recording blows, but the songs are definitely good stuff, and yeah, the vocals are pretty raging.

Emil said...

hey eric, this is totally unrelated but you should post the brother's keeper / by the grace of god split 7" and zine scans if you have it around.

Jeff said...

you should put out a discography of no ones hero and fistcuff stuff. I would love to have both on cd...I know the bass player of the band... here is his my myspace if you want to get in touch with him. if not he's in a new band called super buick.. they are really good tooo..

have a good one

Anonymous said...

Hello out there. This is Ray from Noones Hero.I'm blown away that people stil dig the band. That means alot. I still have some copies of the record if anyone wants one. I can also burn a cd with all our stuff on it Demos, Records etc. Shoot me an email if your interested. Ray