• War System:
    Pat Terrorain Vocals
    Scary Dave Guitar/Vocals
    Sean Drums
    Jon Bass/Vocals

    01. Beneath the Machine
    02. They Lied
    03. The Gods of Famine
    04. Overlord
    05. Cast Your Net
    06. Nailed to the Cross

    Descent to Hell
    Jim – Vocals
    Stiff – Bass
    Maynard – Drums
    Michel – Guitar

    7. Judas Disciple
    8. Nothing Will Change
    9. Hate Fuel
    10. The Other Side
    11. Fu k It
    12. Dig Your Own Grave

  • The BNP’s message of hate is being spread across the country by a small but dedicated band of racist activists.

    But now, a commercial media organisation is seeking to financially profit from the BNP’s campaign. Clear Channel – one of the UK’s largest poster and billboard companies, that has a close relationship with Music and it’s promotion – have sold the BNP adverts across the country.

    They have provided the BNP with high profile sites – putting the BNP’s racist message on a pedestal and giving them the oxygen of publicity. In a matter of days these billboards and posters will be spreading across the country. But we can stop them if enough of us complain to Clear Channel and we get them to cancel their contract.

    We have set an easy-to-use page so you can send a letter of complaint – will you send them a message of complaint?


    (tags: newswire)
  • Police surveillance of a peaceful protester was ruled unlawful today in a decison that lawyers say will change the way demonstrations and protests are policed.

    Judges ruled that specialist ­surveillance units from the Metropolitan police had breached the human rights of Andrew Wood, an arms trade campaigner, when they photographed him and stored the pictures on a police database.

    One judge said there were ­unresolved civil liberties questions about the way images were taken and retained in "the modern surveillance society". Lord ­Justice Dyson said there were "very serious human rights issues which arise when the state obtains and retains the images of persons who have committed no offence and are not suspected of having ­committed any offence".

    The judgment is a blow to the Met, which has been criticised over the way it polices protests since last month's G20 ­demonstrations and the death of Ian Tomlinson.