NEW VIDEO – Oblong – Kill Boy, Kill (Lockdown Version)

By |April 1st, 2020|0 Comments

South Wales new wave punkers Oblong bring you this….

NEW RELEASE – The International Split 12″ EP

By |February 5th, 2020|0 Comments


Link2wales Records 
are proud to announce the release of this beast…
Emissaries Of Syn / MxAxMxA / Psycho – Split 12? LP
Released stoday – Conwy’s Emissaries of Syn, Moscow’s MxAxMxA and Boston’s Psycho team up for a 45rpm 10 mins a side holocaust!
This is a label collaboration between ourselves and No Bread Records, Lickerish Records, Let The Bastards Grind Records and Pyrrhic Defeat Records…
Cat No – L2W 021 (PDLP1) – BUY NOW

NEW RELEASE – COW – All My Friends Are Dead To Me EP

By |December 16th, 2019|0 Comments


COW release their debut EP ‘All My Friends Are Dead To Me’ on Dec 17th…
The Liverpool quartet are fronted by Dyserth native Kyle Lee who also plies his trade in Gintis.
He says that the four track EP will be available on ‘Spotify, iTunes, all that shit…’

NEW SHOW – Neil Crud On TudnoFM #153

By |October 21st, 2019|1 Comment

No session on the show tonight – just 90mins of the purest filth your ears can hope to endure…
Please share this post to help promote the show…

NEW RELEASE – Rabo De Toro – Debut Album

By |August 23rd, 2019|0 Comments


Link2wales is proud to announce the release of the brand new debut album from Rabo De Toro.

It’s punk Jim, but not as we know it, as these Bangor anarchists swing literally from swing to West Side Story to punch-you-in-the-chops punk rock.
This album will challenge your reason for living, the way you live.
It’ll make you laugh.
It’ll make you angry.
It’ll make you want to smash up your local government offices and plant flowers.
It’ll make you want to form a band, form a political movement, form a bingo club.
Rabo De Toro by Rabo De Toro is masterpiece put together by the masters of broken pieces…

Out today on link2wales records on digipak CD and download… (CD comes with bonus track)
Cat No – L2W 019

Live album launch on Friday 27th September at The Skerries in Bangor…