Brutal Chud

Brutal Chud

Profile:
Hardcore/speedcore Label from Dresden, Germany, owned by Noize Creator and Mirko Rotzsch. Now defunct.
Parent Label:
[l4761]

Label


Cat#  Artist Title (Format) Label Cat#  Country Year
BC 03 Noize Creator Out Of Order Vol. 2 / Rotten Shit EP(12", W/Lbl, Ltd, EP) Brutal Chud, Brutal Chud BC 03 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
BC 012 Insumision La Frustracion Lo Cubre Todo(12", Album) Brutal Chud BC 012 Germany 2001 Sell This Version
BCHUD 01 Noize Creator Out Of Order Vol. 1(12") Brutal Chud BCHUD 01 Germany 1995 Sell This Version
B CHUD 02 S 37* Riot - 37 - 19 - 96(12") Brutal Chud B CHUD 02 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
B CHUD 03 Noizecreator* Out Of Order Vol. 2(12") Brutal Chud B CHUD 03 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
B - CHUD 04 Zodiac Psychic Hardcore(12") Brutal Chud B - CHUD 04 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
B - CHUD 05 Noizecreator* Rotten Shit EP(12", EP) Brutal Chud B - CHUD 05 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
B CHUD 06 Various Cannibalistic Underground Sampler(12", Smplr) Brutal Chud B CHUD 06 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
B CHUD 07 D.O.A. (4) Dead On Arrival(12") Brutal Chud B CHUD 07 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
B - CHUD 08 DJ Tron Fuckin' Deathcore EP(12", EP) Brutal Chud B - CHUD 08 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
B - CHUD 09 Re.Pete D-Fens EP(12", EP) Brutal Chud B - CHUD 09 Germany 1996 Sell This Version
B - CHUD 010 Various How To Kill All Happy Suckerz(2x12", Comp) Brutal Chud, Brutal Chud B - CHUD 010 Germany 1997 Sell This Version
brutal chud 010/011 Various How To Kill All Happy Suckerz (Comp) brutal chud 010/011 Germany 1999 Sell This Version

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defend

defend

November 17, 2010
One of the best old terrorcore/deathcore/speedcore label of all times.
Low quality ... but with soul kicking beats struggles all hate in my mind.
Almost every vinyl from Brutal Chud brings this good feeling about middle 90's music.
Next to: Provision, Speedcore, Russian Roulette and Special Forces HITS with no remorse!!!
djthumpa

djthumpa

June 12, 2008
For me this was, and is still, the hardest speedcore label around. Every release had at least a couple of good tracks on it and the quality of music was always high, even if the mixdowns and mastering were of varying quality!

Brutal Chud sums up what speedcore is to me, aggressive, hard as nails and completely unforgiving! The highlights for me are the DJ Tron EP, the Re.Pete tracks and most Noize Creator EPs, its just great stuff all round. The S37 EP is also brutal, with thrashy guitars and pounding kickdrums.

Its a crying shame that whoever pressed these vinyls didn't check the mastering of the tracks before, but hey I suppose thats another quirky charm of the label. Speedcore seems to be faster and faster these days, but the Chud boys proved back in the day all you needed was a kickdrum and some guitars. Absolutely brain melting stuff.