Since this movie will never again see the light of day or be sold anywhere, we have decided to upload a few of the crucial scenes. Here is a re-edit of the movie footage featuring the controversial One Life Crew. Please share!
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It’s Friday, as we head into the non work week simulation filled with NFL head hunting, Patriotism and Corporate Sponsored Kneel Downs for Freedom.
I am going to be putting out a weekly blog here on Rustbelthammer because I need something to do because there are only so many times you can eat shrooms and golf.
So look for that blog 10AM Monday 9/12/16 here at RustBeltHammer.com
This Sunday! ! ! !
Matty “Destroy Clevo” Greenfield and I are heading down to San Antonio
The Great San Antonio Bash : Featuring Booker T’s Reality of Wrestling
Scheduled to appear:
~Former WWE and TNA Superstar and Olympic Gold Medalist Kurt Angle
~Former WWE Superstar and Team Angle member Shelton Benjamin
~TNA Superstar and former TNA World Champion EC3
~Former WWE Superstar Billy Gunn
~Former WWE star and World Wide Star Colt Cabana
~Former WWE, TNA and ECW Superstar Tommy Dreamer
~Former ECW manager and World renown official Bill “Fonzie” Alfonzo
~Former WCW Superstar Buff Bagwell
~Former WWE and Current Lucha Underground Star Johnny Mundo aka John Morrison
~Current Lucha Underground Star M Dogg 20 Matt Cross aka Son of Havoc
Anyways, its going to be sick and I will be back here next week to break down the chaos and the Pandemonium.
This has been a long time coming! I am super proud of this first podcast which features an all-star cast of Aaron Melnick, John Tole, Blaze Tishko, Trevor Trentine, and the musings of host Matt Greenfield. Please help spread this around and enjoy!
Where Integrity sounds sinister, In Cold Blood sounds bleak. This album reminds me of driving through the rain and sludge of Northeast Ohio on a really shitty day, feeling bummed out and hating life. I love it! We got the singer of Mushroomhead on vocals here but this is no nu-metal album. Hell On Earth is a certified hardcore sleeper hit with severe metallic overtones. Heavy, sluggish (in a good way), and harder than the rusty nails in a decaying Rust Belt infrastructure. Do yourself a favor and revisit this album. The solos from A2 (Integrity, Inmates) sound just like you would expect. The riffs from Blaze Tishko (One Life Crew) carry this sucker to the next level. It’s really a great piece of Cleveland Hardcore history.
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Meanstreak is a “band” surrounded by incredible myth. People refer to them in the same breath as Integrity, Confront, and the legendary Clevo bands who have influenced generations of followers. The thing is, they never played a show. on top of that, these brutes only have one song, “Final Word”, which appears on the Only The Strong Victory Records 7 inch compilation.
This is a band that simply never was! Do not argue semantics. You know exactly what I mean! Mean Streak is pretty much an anomaly. Let’s take a look at the members of this band. We have Mean Steve Murad, fresh out of Confront, on vocals. The bass is handled by Tom Brose of Confront and Integrity. Some guy who disappeared named Nate was on drums. And last but definitely not least is the oddball of the bunch, Paul Schalacter. This guy comes from a whole different breed of hardcore bands and is a founding member of Cider, Darvocets, Inmates, and Brainwashed Youth. What an incredibly weird and awesome lineup. Some members of this collaborative song would go on to feud and (physically) fight, or never see each other again. Something this strange could never happen again.
It’s nice to fantasize about what a full length record by these rowdy fellas would have sounded like. I guess it would have probably been a cross between One Life Crew, Confront, Integrity, and Cider. The shows would certainly be outrageous and the legend would definitely spread far and wide.
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While I was still peeing in my Scooby Doo underwear, Cleveland bands were playing hardcore shows at face melting speeds. Confront is a group that should be of legendary status. You may be familiar with a band that rose out of their ashes named One Life Crew. Confront were different though. They played fast hardcore before it achieved a wildly popular cult status . Anyhow, I don’t want to babble on. Let this video speak for it’s self. Confront, Hyper As Hell, False Hope, Ugly But Proud at The Rage in Cleveland, OH on 12/20/87.