Five years ago, in the fateful month of May 2011, MPX released its first two tapes. The Rest in Peace – Exhumed compilation as well as the Messerschmitt – Demo’lition demo. Can you believe it? Five years later and I’m still going (more or less), trying to keep it all together. I even planned new releases for this year! Ok, MPX is a bit older, it actually started in 2010 with a Trench Hell concert, but who cares?
But YOU should care about it – because for the complete month of June, there will be a 25% discount on ALL products in the store! The discount applies as soon as you select a product for your cart. And of course, there’s also a distro update this month…
Canadian Punkers ZEX have been robbed on their tour! Two days ago, when they played in Barcelona, their tour bus has been robbed and somebody stole part of their equipment, personal stuff and merchandise. With 3 more weeks on tour, this could kill the band!
I am VERY happy to announce that I’ll be organizing a concert for this amazing Canadian Punk band during their Europe tour which just started.
Why do I announce this so late? Because I am a lazy, stupid fucker (that’s the short version). But it’s taking place so everybody should come for a fun night. It’ll cost around 5€, beer’s cheap so there’s no reason to stay at home.
After many delays, personal issues (mostly too much work and me moving) I can finally announce that the CD of the Midnight Prey EP will come out within this month. The files have already been sent to the pressing plant and I hope it will arrive within the next two weeks.
Sorry for all the delays and problems, I am a lazy bum. This will also probably be the last MPX release, I only plan to release a Krossburst 7″ (whenever the recordings are done) and maybe release the upcoming Iron Kobra single (as Dying Victims Productions will be on hiatus for a year), after that I might call it a day. Running MPX was and is always fun, meeting new cool guys, finding new awesome music. I hope I’ll be able to go through it for some more years, but can’t promise too much.
Oh, but I’m already planning a concert again for next year. This time, in Jena (as I moved here). News on that will follow when all is set.