DISORDER "Perdition" LP


DISORDER "Perdition" LP

Finally back in print after an absence of 9 years it includes a 24”x24” poster of the album cover artwork.

When it comes to UK Punk and Hardcore there are lots of great bands and
great records, the kind that change you forever. The kind of bands and
records that make "must have" lists and continue to inspire and
devastate listeners to this day.
Disorder from Bristol is one of those bands. More distorted, metallic
and noisy than their contemporaries and the bands that had come before
them. Disorder created a unique template of noise that many have copied
and cited as a defining influence. Their 1982 Perdition EP is one of
those rare records. 8 tracks of some of the best uncompromising,
exciting, loud and extreme music ever released.The EP wasn't all speedy
noisy driving punk, it has a catchiness and melody along with its
thundering tom driven drum sound, rumbling guttural bass assault and one
of the coolest primitive dinniest razor sharp guitar sounds imaginable.
The EP includes the brooding dark post-punk inspired epic 'Remembrance
Day' and the track 'Life that appears in the now legendary UK punk
documentary 'UK/DK' from 1983.


Suicide Children
Out Of Order
Remembranse Day Part 1 & 2