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Anton Bordman


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“Anton Bordman plays frantic, chaotic emo-thrash-hardcore that pulses and hums with vibrant energy and political outrage; aggressive, intelligent, and entertaining. The covers are hand screened in 3 colors, and the inserts feature lyrics and explanations. Very nice.”
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“Dude! These guys are so cool. I would take this any day over that soul-less shit like Daughters. Anton Boardman is 2 crazies making insane noisy hardcore. Bass and drums, and it sounds like the work of more than a pair. Shit, Pg99 required 8 mo’fo’s to generate their noise, and hear is AB rockin’ out with a mere deux!

There are 8 songs on here, and they run the gamut of spasticated hardcore to, well more spasticated hardcore. Pour early Combatwounded, Angel Hair and Hail Mary through a funnel and you get a musical splodge of emo violence. Everything is played fast and erratically, with both chaps taking on the roll of screaming and hollering. They are even gracious enough to include song explanations (one of my favourite things a band can do with their inserts). The stuff is personal/political and makes for interesting reading. I seem to recall a similar level of attention to detail in their previous release. Anyways, be sure you read through what they have written as you’ll probably nod your head and relate to some of it.

This is a good record. This is a hardcore record. Certain people will want to hear this and read the stuff that comes with it. Most people probably won’t. “

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  • Jamugha

    I've scanned and uploaded all the inserts for both 7's. The inserts for the "Doll" 7" can be found here: and the other 7" here:

    5 Apr 7:29pm Reply
  • xsandwichesx

    Does anyone have the lyrics/liner notes for their self titled? The ones I found for Where Did Dolls Originate were quite promising.

    24 Jan 2014 Reply
  • scrtyblnkt

    neither of those band photos are anton bordman, one of them is halo perfecto though (which had the drummer of anton bordman)

    30 Nov 2012 Reply
  • 16N0R4N7

    Dime Con Quien Andas Y Te Dire Quien Eres, Cabrón.

    14 Nov 2012 Reply
  • FilupLees

    Chokingnamoth, to the best of my knowledge there are 2 7"s. The self titled one came out in 2001 and is 10 songs long. The second. Where Did Dolls Originate? came out in 2003 and can still be bought from Will Killingsworth Clean Plate Records. It has 8 songs. They both have really interesting liner notes, and the self titled one comes with a book mark. I've also been looking for that "Final Session" thing as I've seen references to it in a few places, but never a download link.

    20 Jan 2012 Reply
  • zuh_desperado

    welcome to the [duos community] !

    29 Jun 2011 Reply
  • magoenmascarado


    25 Nov 2010 Reply
  • true_til_deaf

    can someone aim me towards mp3s of this. I just have the 2 7"s but can never find digital format...

    1 Jul 2009 Reply
  • Kant13

    фантастик ??? помоему они дурачье страшное

    15 Jan 2008 Reply
  • J0rgeEduardo


    19 Aug 2007 Reply