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Skrewdriver was a rock band formed by Ian Stuart Donaldson in Poulton-le-Fylde, England in 1976. Beginning as a non-political, non-racist punk rock band, Skrewdriver evolved into the most prominent neo-Nazi rock band in the world. Their original line-up split in 1979 and Donaldson reformed the band with different musicians in 1982. The new version of the band played a leading role in the Rock Against Communism movement. ...more on Wikipedia
Genres (Music): Nazi punk, Rock Against Communism, Punk rock, Oi!
Albums: Hail the New Dawn, Hail Victory, We've Got The Power, Blood & Honour, Warlord, + more
No Remorse was a British neo-Nazi rock band formed in 1986 led by white power skinhead singer Paul Bellany, aka Paul Burnley. They were associated with Ian Stuart's Blood & Honour group. In 1988, their debut album, This Time The World, was released, and later that year the band recorded See you in Valhalla after changing record label from Rebelles Européens to Rock-O-Rama Records. In 1989 they recorded the albums The New Stormtroopers and Blood Against Gold. In 1990, their album Blood Against Gold was released, and for the first time, No Remorse performed in North America; first in Ottawa, Canada, and then at Aryan Fest in Oklahoma, USA. In 1991, No Remorse held a concert in Brandenburg, ...more on Wikipedia
Genres (Music): Rock music, Rock Against Communism
Albums: Rare Remorse, This Time the World, The New Stormtroopers, See You in Valhalla, Under the Gods, + more
Ian Stuart Donaldson (11 August 1957 – 24 September 1993), also known as Ian Stuart, was a white supremacist musician from Poulton-le-Fylde, Lancashire. He was best known as the frontman of Skrewdriver, an English Oi! band which, from 1982 onwards, he rebranded as a white power rock band. He raised money through white power concerts with his Blood and Honour network. Donaldson attended Baines School in Poulton, where he met Sean McKay, Phil Walmsley, and John Grinton. They formed the cover band Tumbling Dice, who played songs by The Rolling Stones and other bands. In 1975, they formed Skrewdriver, a band that gained a reputation for attracting violence at their concerts.After the original ...more on Wikipedia
Genres (Music): Rockabilly, Folk music, Nazi punk, Rock Against Communism, Punk rock
Albums: No Turning Back, Slay The Beast, Patriot
Landser was a German neo-Nazi rock band. Landser is an old-fashioned German colloquialism for a low-ranking soldier. The band, which is outlawed in Germany, was previously called Endlösung, and was founded by members of the neo-Nazi group Die Vandalen - Ariogermanische Kampfgemeinschaft, which was founded in 1982. They performed only one concert that was open to the public, and did so wearing masks. However, they held several private concerts in restaurants in Berlin, Germany. Landser had their CDs manufactured abroad, mainly in the United States, Canada and Eastern Europe. The music is distributed online, by underground dealers through peer to peer networks or purchased from music labels in ...more on Wikipedia
Genres (Music): Rock Against Communism, Punk rock, Hard rock, Oi!
Albums: Tanzorchester Immervoll, Das Reich kommt wieder, Ran an den Feind, Rock gegen Oben, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?, + more