Boner Records

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Boner Records
FounderTom Flynn
GenreHardcore punk, heavy metal, punk rock
Country of originUnited States
LocationBerkeley, California
Official website

Boner Records is an American independent record label in Berkeley, California owned by Tom Flynn.[1] It has released recordings by Fang (Flynn's band),[1][2] Verbal Abuse, MDC, Boneless Ones, Duh, Steel Pole Bath Tub, Melvins, The Warlock Pinchers,[3] Hell's Kitchen, and Superconductor.[4]



Buzz Osborne[edit]

Dale Crover[edit]

Joe Preston[edit]


  • Landshark (1982)
  • Where The Wild Things Are (1983)
  • A Mi Ga Sfafas? (1987)
  • Landshark/Where the Wild Thing Are (1989)


  • Metal Devil Cokes: It's The Real Thing (1989)

Verbal Abuse[edit]

  • Rocks Your Liver (1986)

Fearless Iranians from Hell[edit]

  • Fearless Iranians from Hell 7" (1986)
  • Die for Allah (1987)
  • Holy War (1988)
  • Foolish Americans (1990)
  • Foolish Americans/Holy War/Die for Allah CD (1990)

Hell's Kitchen[edit]

  • If You Can't Take The Heat (1988)

Steel Pole Bath Tub[edit]

Milk Cult[edit]

Ed Hall[edit]


The Warlock Pinchers[edit]

Star Pimp[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b Montoro, Philip (July 2, 2015). "Star Pimp played bizarre, infectious sludge that's worth cleaning off 20 years of dust to hear". Chicago Reader. Retrieved December 24, 2018.
  2. ^ Cross, Charles (2016). rt Cobain and Nirvana - Updated Edition: The Complete Illustrated History. Voyageur Press p. 22. ISBN 978-1-6278-8986-5.
  3. ^ Murphy, Tom (August 6, 2010). "Warlock Pinchers: An extensive oral history straight from the jokers' mouth". Westword. Retrieved December 24, 2018.
  4. ^ Earles, Andrew (2014). Gimme Indie Rock: 500 Essential American Underground Rock Albums 1981-1996. Voyageur Press p. 316. ISBN 978-0-7603-4648-8.