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MK Ultra reunion surveillance footage

Posted in former bands on October 6, 2009 by All Conference Vintage

Noted agitators of the old guard, MK Ultra, surfaced again this past weekend in Chicago, signaled the alarm to sleeper cells, and faded again into the shadows.

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MK Ultra discography update redux

Posted in former bands on September 23, 2009 by All Conference Vintage

from ihateyouthattack.com

“MK-ULTRA “Discography” 2 x LP’s on clear are nearly sold out. A 3rd and perhaps final press of 170 copies on black vinyl will be for sale at their show in Chicago on October 3rd along with limited edition shirts. If you haven’t purchased advance tickets now you are advised to do so. “

MK Ultra discography update

Posted in former bands on July 14, 2009 by All Conference Vintage

Youth Attack has the vinyl ready and waiting. MK Ultra added to the wait by adding a few last minute revisions to the cover and booklet, but everything is at the printer’s now.
Rumor has it that the first press is a run of 500 and that this pressing is as good as gone already.

MK Ultra live in Naperville, IL about 12 years ago

Posted in former bands on June 30, 2009 by All Conference Vintage

This photo was from an in-store show at Record Breakers in Naperville. I want to say this was from 1996 or 1997? I think we played with Billy Builders and Charles Bronson- but I can barely remember this.

celebrity endorser: Sara Reeble for MK Ultra

Posted in former bands, friends on June 10, 2009 by All Conference Vintage

I couldn’t resist reposting this from Sara’s blog

MK Ultra discography 2xLP

Posted in former bands on June 4, 2009 by All Conference Vintage


This is the cover of the long awaited MK Ultra discography, the band that I used to front before taking on the Executive Vice Presidency of The O.S.S. . Rumor has it that it comes with a 28 page booklet. This record should be available in the coming weeks. It exists.

from the Youth Attack website:
“Little seems to be said of their existence now, but from 1994 until their demise in 2000, seminal Chicago outfit MK-ULTRA (along with LOS CRUDOS, CHARLES BRONSON, PRETENTIOUS ASSHOLES, BILLY BUILDERS, etc.) emerged to define one of the most devastating and outspoken hardcore scenes of all time. This 55 song retrospective features their entire vinyl output including both EP’s, splits with Los Crudos and Seein Red, compilation tracks, and excerpts from their original demo tape. YouthAttack is proud to present this long awaited reissue of the some of the greatest hardcore ever captured.