"Four Corners" came out on 625 Records in the U.S. and featured 5 bands - Life's Halt from the U.S., Dead End (Sweden), Razlog Za (Croatia), German straight edgers Highscore (from the last post) and Holland's Point of Few. Each band contributes at least 3 songs, giving each about a split 7"s worth of material... The entire is record is killer, with Highscore and Life's Halt doing what they do best. Dead End were short lived and didn't release much else, but their tracks are some of the best and showed a group with lots of promise. Razlog Za are perhaps the weakest link - mostly due to the recording quality of their songs - but their contributions are by no means detrimental. Point of Few comes out the winner, though, in my mind. Their short, heavy and ultra-fast tracks bring to mind compatriots like Lärm and Seein' Red or perhaps a more muscular version of U.K. thrashers Active Minds. Overall, a great collection of fast, pissed off youth crew influenced hardcore.
Various - Four Corners Lp