The Real Hardcore Drum&Bass Label
Aural Carnage - the beginning..
This is the Story of a lonely boy who does'nt had left any friends because he had to sell his Flatland BMX Bike
to move to the big city and always did music that the Neighbours never liked. His name is Bazooka.
He had planned to start a Label since some years ago but never really had the chance to begin his dream.
But luckily he had some friends (left) called Amiga Shock Force. They helped him out of his disgraceful situation, because they were friends since years and trusted him and so it all began. Aural Carnage was born and it finally started in 2004.
Bazooka started producing music in 1991 with his (still loved) AMIGA 1200 on Protracker. He always liked the harder sound,
from C-64, ACiD House, Britcore Hip-Hop, Breakbeats, Hardcore over to Jungle, Drum & Bass to Death Metal.
He's still listening to it all. But because he's a DJ as well (since 1994) he liked producing electronic music which can be
banned on Vinyl for the full enjoyment of sound. His first 12" was released in 1995 on Shockwave Recordings.
Later under different psydonums like Aggroman on Mokum/Fukem Records and many more which won't be mentioned here.
1995 - Style -"HARDCORE/GABBER". Fast, brutal distorted sounds. That was nice but already in 1996 Bazooka started
producing Drum & Bass with Death Metal Guitars and cutted Amens. Yeah, well, that name wasn't there at this time but
just to let ya know, Bazooka (or was it Aggroman? ;) ) get into this breaks shit fukkin' early.
1998 - Hardcore scene was getting boring, Tech Step was on it's way and he liked that sound much more than HC.
D&B was just too fuckin' slow so the Pitch on Turntables was always on +8 so because of that it was the only logical
conclusion to produce faster D&B himself and use harder sound, actually that's what Aural-Carnage Recordings is all about.
However, between producing Hard/Speed Core Tunes and the today Aural Carnage Releases was some time in finding and
creating an own style which is now called: "Real Hardcore Drum & Bass". I hope you enjoyed this story and the AC Releases!