Do you really need a description of this album!? That's where everything you love started. Quorthon was the king of kings for real. Edited by Black Mark Label. Yellow goat, of course!!
Plasmatics - New Hope for the Wretched (LP)
Punkerized metal or metalized punk? Who the hell cares as long as a band can deliver a historic debut like “New Hope for the Wretched”? Can you imagine the bastardly and experimental crossover of '77 punk with Motörhead? The album is from 1980 and it still sounds amazing and just as transgressive. And then there's Wendy O. Williams, of course... always in our hearts.
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