LP | "Wet Za Wet"
2012 | WARSAW PACT RECORDS
ABADDON was a polish Hardcore, Punk band formed in 1982 as PARTYZANTKA MIEJSKA (URBAN GUERILLA) but soon the they changed their name into ABADDON and were active till the year 1987, in 2001 they reformed with a slightly new line up but splitted up finally in 2005. ABADDON played tight, fast and direct Hardcore as a reaction against the fucked up situation behind the iron curtain, they set a statement against facism and against any form of authoritan power, the band did not focus on contemporary problems, they also made lyrics about facist brutality during WWII and the polish revolts in 1981. "Wet Za Wet" is the debut album of the band, the songs were recording 1985 in Ljubljana, (nowadays) Slovenia when ABADDON did a small tour in Yugoslavia.
"Wet Za Wet" saw the light of day in 1985 on the french label NEW WAVE RECORDS.
Already second pressing run limited to 512 copies on Black vinyl that are housed in a nice gatefold sleeve.