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  1. Seminal traditional Norwegian hardcore band from Horten. Released three seven inches in 1993, 1994 and 1997 respectively. Super pissed off, gruff…

  2. Much heralded Norwegian hardcore luminaries from Oslo formed 1986 by Svart Framtid, Kafka Prosess, Stengte Dører and Bannlyst alumni. Disbanded…

  3. Stengte Dører was a norwegian hardcore punk band located around the Blitz squat in Oslo. Members of Stengte Dører also played in bands such as…

  4. Svart Framtid was a hardcore punk band founded in 1982 in Oslo, Norway. They released only one EP in 1984 which is a highly priced collectors item…

  5. KOLOKOL is a norwegian hardcore punk band. They have released two seven inch records, "Tilbake til start" and "Grundrisse". Their debut album…

  6. OSLO CITY STRAIGHT EDGE

    Probably the best Norwegian/European hardcore band ever!

    The members of Sportswear reformed in 2011 under the name…

  7. Life... But How to Live It? was a band based out of the Blitz squat in Oslo, Norway. Their drummer Dyret had earlier on played in the bands;…

  8. Kafka Prosess was a hardcore punk band that rose from the ashes of Svart Framtid and Bannlyst in 1985. The band was closely affiliated with the…

  9. Chunky, severely pissed off traditional Norwegian hardcore from Tønsberg.

    Discography:
    "Hjelpeløs" seven inch (Siri Rekkårdz '97)
    "Du synker inn i…

  10. Bannlyst was a hardcore punk band from Molde, Norway. They put out one demo tape in 1983, one split tape with Angor Wat and the "La dem ikke…

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