Svart Snö – Den Sista Spiken I Sista Kistan LP

Döda mig, Ren, säker och billig – From the EP Ren, säker och billig. Finn records 1989.

Veteran, Komfort, Fisk på torra land – From the CD Besserwisser, Really fast rec 1994

Levande död – From the comp LP Really Fast vol 4, 1988

Bevakad – previously unreleased

Klättra mot himlen, Viljans triumf, Varje val, Den sista spiken i den sista kistan – from the LP/CD Nemesis divina, JKR, 1992.

Den civiliserade apan, Den enda sanna kärleken. Vem stal mitt mars-
vin?, Ingen sång i den nya vintern

Den enda sanna kärleken, Den civiliserade apan – From the EP Den civiliserade Apan, Really fast rec, 1991

Vem stal mitt mars-vin – From the comp EP Civilisationens bakgård, Elderberry rec 1991

Ingen sång i den nya vintern, previously unreleased

Ismer, Ett väl utvecklat vansinne, Karl för sin hatt – from split 10” Atomvinter/Svart snö Fäk off 1997

Explodera, Vilsen men på väg, 1000 religoner – From the CD Smock n roll Beat Butchers 1996 / LP Prank Records,1997.

Jag Skratta och spydde samtidigt – From the EP Svart snö S/T, Baraf skivor 1993

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Finally, almost two decades after their demise – here it is, the ultimate and only Svart Snö compilation. The Last Nail in the Last Coffin, as the Swedish title reads, is a long overdue production for all those who were too young when the band was around, while it can serve as the finest best-of record for the rest of us. This album presents the band’s development all the way from their raw and straighforward first demo in 1988 up to their much more well-produced swansong eight years later.

Svart Snö broke through the boredom of their Stockholm suburbs in 1987, at a time when the punk scene in Swedens capital city really needed just them. They came around bringing an injection of anger, energy and fastness that bore testimony of local predeccesors – bands such as Agoni, Mob 47 and Crudity – but Svart Snö also managed to add their own flavour of less predictable hardcore punk into their potion. This at a time when most punk bands in Stockholm either did their best to recapture the more poppier sounds of 1977 or were heading toward the speed- and deathmetal cage.

Over the years Svart Snö managed to keep evolving musically, sometimes blending their roots in solid hardcore with a dirty rock’n’roll-ish sound. Always melodic in their own brand of rowdiness, Svart Snö weren’t interested in just copying other bands, neither musically nor lyric-wise – where they managed to put across their political messages with an often humorous twist.

Long awaited, now finally ready for your ears. This is Svart Snö’s finest hour (or 47 minutes, to be precise). Digitally remastered at Communichaos Media Clay Station – 20 songs alive and kicking from the coffin – selected by the band members themselves from all of their releases and compilation records 1988-1987, plus two previously unreleased tracks.

500 copies with gatefold and inlay.

Weight 500 g